What We do

FutureLearn provides innovative and accessible education solutions to schools, tutors, parents and learners. We are your complete education solution partner, offering a broad range of CAPS-aligned curriculum products and expert support to suit your education needs.

Our Journey

Impaq was established in 2002 under the brand name Impak. We initially focused on providing curriculum products and services to home education learners and parents. We started with only 400 learners in 2002, but our unique brand and innovative offering resulted in rapid growth to 3 800 learners in 2008 and over 5 300 learners in 2012.

PSG Private Equity, a 100% subsidiary of the PSG Group, acquired a majority share in Impak in 2012. The PSG Group, the company behind success stories such as Capitec, PSG Konsult and Curro schools, was established in 1995 and is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).

Since the PSG acquisition, Impak has invested significant time and effort to modernise our brand and offering. We successfully launched our school offering, simplified our tutor model and improved our home education materials. With these improvements in place, we grew to 13 000 registered learners in 2016.

2016 marked a new phase in the company’s journey. We launched FutureLearn as an education group with the vision of developing the future of learning in South Africa and globally, and soon afterwards completed the rebranding of Impaq. The newly formed group owns the Impaq brand and offering, established a new school (Arrow Academy) in Centurion, and has since started to invest in exciting brands that will help build our vision for the future, including Basic Edu-CAPS and Tuta-me.

Our Future

FutureLearn is developing an integrated learning ecosystem and platform that provides individualised guided learning in any environment. To do this, the group will continue to build and invest in innovative education solutions for schools, tutors, parents and learners.


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Stefan Botha
Chief Executive Officer

BEng (Civil) Cum Laude, MBA (Cum Laude)

Stefan joined Impaq in 2012 and his focus since then has been to help the company – and its staff – reach new heights. The self-proclaimed passionate perfectionist is excited about making a significant impact on the future of South Africa’s youth. Stefan was previously employed at McKinsey & Company and Aurecon, where he gained extensive global experience in a broad range of strategic and operational topics.

Wilhelm Pretorius
Chief Operations Officer

BEng (Electronic), PDBA (Cum Laude), MBA (Cum Laude)

Wilhelm is passionate about innovation, improvement and efficiency. He enjoys designing and implementing simplistic yet elegant solutions wherever possible. Before he joined Impaq in 2012, he was a director at Freethinking Business Consultants and headed up the programmes of work as consultant for Standard Bank’s IT division. As COO, he is responsible for creating and delivering outstanding products and services to our clients. Getting things right consistently is his ultimate goal.

Germari Pieterse
Chief Financial Officer

CA (SA), MSc (Hospitality Management), PGD (IHM), BCom Acc (Hons), BIS (IT)

Germari was a financial manager, business analyst and consultant in the FMCG, market research and tourism industries before joining Impaq in 2013. She is passionate about numbers. As CFO, she looks after the Finance, Human Resources and Legal departments. Her responsibilities include developing excellent service solutions to enhance our clients’ experience.

Malusi Cwele
Chief Business Development Officer

CA (SA), BCom (Fin Acc), PGDA

Malusi joined in 2016 as Chief Business Development Officer. He is responsible for strategy and business development, marketing and sales as well as client engagement. As a McKinsey & Company alumnus, he brings with him the experience and knowledge of global decision-making and analysis. He is passionate about education and believes that an inclusive society will be to the benefit of all South Africans.