What is SACEE?
The South African Council for English Education is a registered non-profit association mainly consisting of voluntary members. SACEE was established in 1955 by a small group of people who were dedicated to the protection of English usage. Our mission statement – to support the teaching, learning and appreciation of English. Today, through a network of branches and membership, the Council succeeds in initiating and sustaining a wide variety of worthwhile activities and projects, undertaken voluntarily by members and aimed at benefiting teachers, learners and college and university students. SACEE provides a practical means for individuals and organisations to participate in the development of skills and in the enjoyment of the English language. SACEE draws together people with an appreciation of the richness of the language, a concern for clarity of thought and a respect for the multilingual diversity of South Africa.
Where is SACEE?
A National office is based at Crestview, Waterfall in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Branches operate in Gauteng (3 branches in Pretoria, Johannesburg and Mid-Vaal) in the Free State (Bloemfontein), Eastern Cape (2 branches in Port Elizabeth and East London) and the Western Cape (Cape Town). It is hoped that future branches will be opened soon in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Limpopo.
Who can join SACEE?
Anyone who enjoys using the English language and believes in maintaining its usage.
Membership consists of – teachers, lecturers, learners, pensioners, journalists,
editors, writers, broadcasters, TV presenters and the corporate sector.
To download an application for membership form click here.
How does SACEE sustain itself?
Through membership fees, contest entry fees, sale of publications, sponsorship, advertising, donations and fundraising events. SACEE is a registered ‘Public Benefit Organisation’/NPO and holds Section 18A status.(tax exemption for funders)
1. BRANCH REPRESENTATIVES:
|BRANCH||REPRESENTATIVE||TO SERVE TO|
|Border||Mr Neil le Roux||May 2016|
|Bloemfontein||Miss Norine van Arkel||May 2016|
|Eastern Cape||Mrs Anne Peltason||May 2016|
|Johannesburg||Dr Rohan Quince||May 2016|
|Pretoria||Mrs V (Sheila) Naidoo||May 2016|
|Polokwane||Mr T Mashitisho||May 2016|
|Western Cape||MrsTerrill Nicolay||May 2016|
|Mid-Vaal||Miss Annastella Papageorgiou||May 2016|
2. PROJECT CO-ORDINATORS:
|English Alive||Mrs Anne Schlebusch|
|English Olympiad||Dr Diana Ayliff|
|Language Challenge and Puzzle Parades||Mr Neil le Roux|
|SACEE Newsletter||Miss Pat Bootland/Mrs Lesley Todd|
|Website coordinators||Miss Pat Bootland/Mrs Lesley Todd|
3. OTHER APPOINTMENTS:
|National Treasurer||Mrs Lesley Todd|
|National Secretary/Administrator||Miss Patricia Bootland|