CSI Projects

Our CSI philosophy
As an agency of the Department of Transport we are driven by departmental outcomes to demonstrate our contribution to and support of national priorities. The State President and the Cabinet developed 12 governmental outcomes in 2010 to collectively address the key priorities of government. The 12 outcomes identified and agreed to by the Cabinet are as follows:

  • Outcome 1 – Improved quality of basic education
  • Outcome 2 – A long and healthy life for all South Africans
  • Outcome 3 – All people in South Africa being and feeling safe
  • Outcome 4 – Decent employment through inclusive economic growth
  • Outcome 5 – A skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path
  • Outcome 6 – An efficient, competitive and responsive economic infrastructure network
  • Outcome 7 – Vibrant, equitable and sustainable rural communities and food security for all
  • Outcome 8 – Sustainable and improved quality of household life in human settlements
  • Outcome 9 – A responsive, accountable, effective and efficient local government system
  • Outcome 10 – Environmental assets and natural resources that are well protected and continually enhanced
  • Outcome 11 – The creation of a better South Africa and contribution to a better and safer Africa and world
  • Outcome 12 – An efficient, effective and development-oriented public service and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship

How to qualify

You need to be a non-profit organisation, preferably registered with the Department of Social Welfare. If you have not yet registered, you must provide your Constitution.


In order to encourage sustainability, ATNS will only fund permanent or semi-permanent resources which are resources that will remain in the use of the organisation over a long period of time and can benefit the greater organisation and community at large. ATNS will not fund salaries, rental, bursaries, trips (domestic use of own vehicle) and tours, food, stationary or vehicles.

Media Coverage

In 2014, four Highveld Secondary School learners approached ATNS and Airports Company South Africa’s Management to assist their institution with ICT infrastructure. The two entities responded positively to the request by sponsoring the necessary equipment.

Highveld Secondary School, which is in rural Mpumalanga, school has an overall staff complement of 30 educators and just over a 1000 earners. The school has three classes that have ICT solution requirements, namely, an IT centre, CAT centre and a library. Two classes already have computers and both entities have provided the third with computers and related infrastructure.

To date an end-to-end IT solution has been provided. These include 20 computers, two printers, a scanner, and the YTEACH programme* content. Air conditioners have been installed in all three computer labs at the school to monitor and maintain the temperature, air distribution and humidity in the computer laboratory. Educator training on how to use the technology has been provided.

The school has in the past few years achieved between 95% and 100% matric pass rate. It is envisaged that the above-mentioned ICT infrastructure will benefit the entire Elukwatini community.

The library was officially opened by the Deputy Minister of Transport Hon. Sindisiwe Chikunga, MP, in the presence of MEC for Education in Mpumalanga Ms. Regina Mhaule, MMC for planning and economic development, Cllr. Q Thabethe, Councillor of Aramburg ward 10, Cllr. Emelly Mkhabela, ATNS CEO, Thabani Mthiyane, CEO of ACSA Mr. Bongani Maseko, Principal of Highveld Secondary School, Mr. Magagula and principals from neighbouring schools, as well as a large contingent of businesspeople and pastors from different churches in the area.