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Community. Impact.

Our programs are targetED to impact communities that need digital skills the most

Moving ALL of South Africa forward

Everyone should have access to free digital education.

Social Coding is a registered non-profit company that helps rural communities leverage technology for a better future, by providing digital skills training programs for high school learners, as well as small business owners.



beneficiaries from Gauteng and Limpopo engaged in digital training activities



training sessions



black females between the ages 16 and 25



hours of training per beneficiary.

We Believe in Sustainable Community Investment

Broadening The Empowerment Base

Our commitment to empowerment, is not just a company slogan, but a mission we live by, within the organisation and outside of it. From our team of all female directors, to the fact that 100% of our beneficiaries are black, Social Coding is committed to building sustainable impact that benefits the people who need it the most.

Our Mission

Create and improve

The digital skill sets of young people between the ages of 14 and 34 to ensure the future of South Africa’s talent pool is more inclusive.


A talent pipeline to jobs for talented young black graduates from rural communities to be in the ICT space.


Help community members find creative ways to do business in impoverished rural and peri-urban areas that both empowers their communities and grows the bottom line of their own entrepreneurial ambition

“Poverty is one of the greatest
challenges facing humanity. We
believe that everyone deserves the
opportunity to build a better life. That’s
why Social Coding uses digital skills
training to empower the poor to lift
themselves out of poverty.”
-Thembiso Magajana

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Tshiamo Setshwaelo

“Low skills perpetuate poverty and inequality. Targeted skills development can reduce unemployment, raise incomes and improve standards of living. Helping young people develop skills is more than just the right thing to do, it also makes economic sense.”

Thembiso Magajana

“Investing in technical skills development, particularly for women and children, is something we can no longer compromise. We must urgently commit to funding research and training programs that equip them with the skills and knowledge they need to better their lives.”

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