Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE), initiated by the South African government, encourages local businesses to contribute annually to the socio-economic development of previously disadvantaged black (African, Coloured, Indian or Chinese) people residing in the country. In an effort to enhance the socio-economic circumstances of these people, Organising African Societies in Struggle (OASIS) was formed.

Our key focus area is to provide quality education to develop communities through:

1 Training and skills development

  • Youth Leadership Development Programme
  • Hospitality Operations Training
  • General Education

2 Anti-poverty initiatives

  • Micro-business support
  • Education facilitation

The objective is to directly impact the ability of all beneficiaries to secure long-term employment. OASIS procures donations from corporate South Africa to invest in these specialised training programmes and community projects.