The Centre shares its facilities by hosting the Adult based Education for elders and young parents who endeavours to uplift themselves. Students come from the Wyebank , KwaDabeka, Clermont and Zamokuhle areas. There are four educators namely C. Majola, Mrs RL Radebe, N. Mabuza and its manager, D. Zwane. Adult learners are divided into different levels within the AET program which are categorised according to the national Department of Education. Students are brought up to Level 4, that enables them to further their studies at FET colleges. Attendance fluctuated throughout the year, increasing in the beginning of the year and dwindling as the year continued, caused by various socio-economic issues affecting the students. At the moment we have approximately 80 students from 18 – 60 years of age.

M.A. Motala Islamic Centre

• Adult Basic Education & Training Computer Course Graduates
• A project of the Southern Africa Dawah Network (SADN)

The M.A. Motala Islamic Centre recently sponsored 6 of its very own Adult Basic Education & Training (ABET) learners for an advanced computer and secretarial course in Sherwood. The students selected for this course were those from the basic computer course classes provided at the M.A. Motala Islamic Centre. This enlightening course lasted for 6 weeks and allows these underprivileged learners to gain empowerment within the world of employment.