Who Is Sdasa

The Seventh Day Adventist Student Association also known as SDASA is a voluntary, faith- based organisation of students established in 1967. 

SDASA seeks to empower students by facilitating their growth and development. 

We seek to mobilize professionals and entrepreneurs to utilize their skills, abilities and expertise for professional contribution in an attempt to reach out in order to heal the nation. 

To empower students and mobilize professionals for healing of the nation.
To facilitate a complete development of Adventist students and mobilize professionals for church and social change.
"Secure and Use"
The organisation is driven by its passion to address the socio– economic inequalities & to spread the Advent message · To provide services that will address the socio – economic & spiritual challenges that confront our society · To spread the Adventist health message as taught by the church · To be the stern voice advocating for morality, principle – based living & focus on Jesus Christ & the Bible as a standard for living · Encouraging SDA students to spread the gospel & to be involved in programs that plough back to communities

SDASA has vibrant chapters in the nine provinces of South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho and Swaziland.


SDASA family and friends

Allow me to greet you in the most powerful name of our Lord and saviour and soon coming redeemer Jesus Christ Amen.

Let me first expressed our heartfelt gratitude to the out-going EXCO under the stewardship of President Melusi Mthethwa who have handed the baton over to us. It is very important to acknowledge and appreciate that from time to time, God chooses whom to use, yesterday it was your turn to lead his association today the responsibility is given to us, and tomorrow it will be someone else. Many a times as God’s children we turn to forget it all about God and His mission. Right on the onset we need to pause and take a bow for Bingham Tembe, Jonathan Mthombeni, Handsome Langeni and Tholakele Langeni, who when God made call to them to be His representatives in a place and environment foreign to them, they heeded the call. I don’t believe that the thought could have cross their minds in 1967, the level of influence SDASA would have in the life of her members, the church, society at large and the geographical spread it has reached. To them what was critical was to make a difference.

Elias M. B. Motlhabane