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|About||The SAPS Education Trust was established by the SAPS to support the educational needs of children of police members who die in the line of duty & on duty.|
|Mission||To effectively and efficiently provide and manage resource support for the education of children of members deceased in the line of duty and on duty.|
The South African Police Service wishes to introduce the South African Police Service Education Trust (SAPSET). The SAPSET was established by the SAPS to support the educational needs of children of police members who die in the line of duty and on duty. The education of the beneficiaries of our members is a fundamental social responsibility which the SAPS embrace. A significant number of police members still die in the line of duty and on duty each year. As the SAPS, we are pursuing a number of strategies and initiatives to deal with this challenge. Taking care of our member’s’ beneficiaries is one of our key intervention mechanisms.
The National Commissioner of the South African Police Service is the founder and patron of the Trust.
Board of Trustees
The Trust deed provides for the appointment of a Board of Trustees, which will have the general control of the Trust assets and strive to attain the objects for which the Trust is established. The board of trustees were appointed by the founder as follows:
•Mr. Groovin Nchabeleng (Chairperson)
•Mr. Koos Radebe
•Mrs. Yvonne Mhinga
•Lieutenant General (Retired) Calvin Sengani
•Lieutenant General(Retired) Zukiswa Mbombo
Executive Committee Members
The Trust deed also provides for the appointment of an executive committee which will vested with the powers and functions of the founder. The following three commissioned officers in the SAPS have been appointed as executive committee members:
•Lieutenant General CN Mbekela
•Lieutenant General A Lamoer
•Lieutenant General NK Mazibuko
The vision of the Trust is “To be an organisation which provides the best education and training for the development of children of members deceased in the line of duty”.
The mission to the Trust is to “Effectively and efficiently provide and manage resource support for the education of children of members deceased in the line of duty”.
The Trust’s values are:
|Founded||The SAPSET was registered with the Master of the North Gauteng High Court, Pretoria on 23 November 2010.|