Higherlife Foundation launches book on Philanthropy at 2018 African Philanthropy Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa

Higherlife Foundation launches book on Philanthropy at 2018 African Philanthropy Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa The African Philanthropy Forum (APF) Annual Conference 2018 recently held in Johannesburg themed- Potential and Reality- saw the coming together of over 200 delegates from around the world to explore one goal – to leave Africa better than they found…

U.K Prime Minister, Theresa May, Awards Outstanding Zimbabwean Philanthropists

The Prime Minister has today, 13th June, recognised Tsitsi and Strive Masiyiwa, from Zimbabwe, for their exceptional voluntary service providing education to underprivileged children. Tsitsi and Strive founded ‘Higherlife Foundation’ in 1996, a non-profit organisation that is investing in Africa’s future by empowering vulnerable children through education and creating opportunities for highly talented young people.…

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Tsitsi Masiyiwa’s fireside chat at Carnegie Mellon University Africa

Recently, Carnegie Mellon University Africa (CMU-Africa) hosted Mrs. Tstisi Masiyiwa, Co-Chair and Co-Founder of the Higherlife Foundation, as part of CMU-Africa’s ongoing Distinguished Lecture Series. The series is a long-standing tradition, that brings in industry leaders from across the globe to speak on a variety of topics from cybersecurity to artificial intelligence to space exploration.…

How Africa is Preparing for the Future with STEM Education

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Development experts throughout the globe have grasped onto the acronym as shorthand for the education, training and workforce development policies that will yield the greatest dividends for any country, developed or emerging. For example, the United States spends approximately $500 billion on research and development per year, about 70% of…

Yale University and Higherlife Foundation Extend Partnership to Mentor African High School Student Leaders

Yale University and the Higherlife Foundation are pleased to announce a commitment to extend the Yale Young African Scholars program (YYAS) for another five years, made possible through the continuing generosity of Zimbabwean-born philanthropists Strive and Tsitsi Masiyiwa. Building on the success of Yale’s initial three-year partnership with the Higherlife Foundation, this next phase will…