Established in 2016 through the ENCHA Group Corporate Social Responsibility, it is a youth led non-profit organization based in the Atteridgeville Community.  The objective of the organization is to provide academic and social support to primary and high school learners within the community with the ultimate goal of ensuring that they complete school and further their studies in institutions of higher learning as well as become members of the community with high moral values.  The organization consists of young people in both primary and high school, who have taken the Cadets Pledge  to transform their lives and become responsible citizens.


We provide a safe haven and seeks to achieve success and development in academic excellence.


To create a safe and supportive platform for the resolution of socio-economic challenges within our communities, driven by passion, compassion and respect for all humanity.


We are committed pioneers of positive transformation, driven by compassion
And respect for all humanity.
Our values encompass love, care, honesty and trust; these are evident in the provision of safe and supportive social platform for young people.
Our services are steeped in integrity, honour and discipline.
As a united team we are driven by our vision of growth and development, anchored by principles of perseverance and persistence.
Open and honest communication is one of the bedrocks of our guiding principles. We pledge our best intentions, driven by our company ethics of integrity and honour, and sincerely believe we will succeed in supporting excellence among young people of Atteridgeville.

Employment Opportunities Created for Youth
Running Projects
Primary Schools Engaged
High Schools Engaged
Learners Benefited from SCI

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It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Meriki Moseneke.

Meriki passed away on Friday 29 November 2019.
She was a valuable and warmhearted Patron of the Supreme Cadets Institute and will be missed.

The Supreme Cadets Institute is a proud supporter of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence. We choose to be active participants in the fight to eradicate violence against women and children.


Can you think of any other place in the world where two Nobel Peace Prize winners lived on the same street? Both Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu had houses on Vilakazi Street in Soweto.

Pheli Colourful run is less then a day away.
Feel it, it is here.

On Sunday, 5 October 2019 our senior cadets concurred the 5km National Big Walk together with over 30 000 participants around the country.


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