TAU Mining promotes and encourages educational and cultural activities within the local communities.

We regularly engage in community development projects aimed at the overall upliftment of the communities within which we operate. A specific focus is given to education and training in local communities in order to upskill the members of these communities with the goal of assisting with the creation of overall employment opportunities for locals in these communities.

ABET Training

Adult basic education and training is the general conceptual foundation towards lifelong learning and development, comprising of knowledge, skills and attitudes required for social, economic, and political participation and transformation applicable to a range of contexts.

Kosmos Childrens Haven

Donation included basic items such as Mattresses, Backpacks, Water Bottles, Irons and shower curtains. Some renovations were also completed at the children’s home to improve the quality of living.

Mehlwana Secondary School

TAU Mining in collaboration with its Shareholder, Mynbou Rigs Afrika, donated 2275 Textbooks for Mehlwana Secondary School, a public school located at 5 Mkhasibe Street, Phola Location, Ogies in Mpumalanga Province.

Greater Phola Ogies Women Forum

GPOWF is a Non-Profit Organisation that is based in Phola at Emalahleni, empowering and uplifting women and youth to be economically independent. Protecting vulnerable children and create projects to sustain the women and youth’s livelihoods. TAU Mining made a donation to provide dignity packs to young girls and women, inclusive of roll-on, soaps, sanitary towels, tooth paste etc.

Re-Action Consulting

TAU Mining provided financial support for Lungile Skhosana a bedridden single mom, from Phola - Vezi Section, in need.

Kwa-Thema Stimulation Centre NPO

TAU Mining donated to the Centre for children with disabilities. This is a community-based initiative started, operated and managed by parents of children with disabilities and volunteer and assists in educating and promoting the rights of the children. One of their goals is striving to reduce inequality by empowering and promoting the social and economic inclusion of all, including persons with disabilities. The Centre has been in existence sine 1998, founded by Mirriam Ndebele who took her pension savings to open the Kwa-Thema Stimulation Centre as she herself had raised a child with disabilities.

Gamsberg community Project – Learners & driver’s License program

A group of local community members were identified to be assisted obtaining their learners and drivers licenses and ultimately assist with employment opportunities.

Gamsberg community project - Dump Truck and Drill Rig Assistant Training initiative

A group of local community members were identified to attend our operator training programme in order to upskill the local community members and assist them with obtaining licenses and ultimately assist with employment opportunities.