Trustee: Mrs Sasah Netshifhefhe
Mrs Sasah Netshifhe has a lifelong involvement in education. She has a B Ed from the University of Limpopo and a Further Diploma in Education from the University of the Witwatersrand. Mrs Netshifhefhe has worked in schools, the Department of Education and the NGO world. Her deep understanding of schools and their communities allows her to advise Class Act in the most meaningful way.
Below, Mrs Netshifhefhe shares some of her personal wisdom and insights…
I went to school at the age of 5, at Iketsetseng Private School in Maseru. I completed my Junior certificate at a convent school, but my parents took me out when I decided I wanted to be a nun!
My idea of perfect happiness is to be able to discern my path to my destiny, so I know how to get there without too many painful bruises.
I consider my greatest achievement to be a born again Christian. It has caused me to review my purpose in life, and I am now very conscious of my thoughts and actions.
Education opens a world of opportunities. It is up to you to make the right and best choice to benefit in all spheres and live the best life.
I believe that Class Act has the most upstanding objectives to lift the standard of education for all South Africans, especially the most disadvantaged.
As a trustee of Class Act I hope to be able to contribute to its ideals and identify more opportunities for the organisation to grow and develop.
I draw inspiration from watching my daughters grow into independent and strong minded individuals, and engaging me in robust debates about life and its challenges.