MMI donates Christmas gifts to Diepsloot children

The company have donated gifts ranging from doll; soccer ball; school shoes; pencil crayons and books to over 47 children and Father Christmas was also in attendance to hand over joy and happiness to the children….
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Absa exceeds fundraising target

The Absa Business Banking team set themselves an ambitious fundraising target of R100 000 per annum for the next three years that would go towards uplifting orphans’ lives at the Soweto-based orphanage. Yet, in only…
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SkyVision helps to fight Ebola

SkyVision CEO, Ori Watermann said the company have strong ties across the African continent, with partners and regional offices throughout the region, including an office in Guinea, making this cause particularly close to their hearts….

Girls and Boys Town

COVER has supported Girls and Boys Town for a number of years. See below for their mission statement. Youth, families and communities: South Africa’s strength and future “Creating opportunities for youth to grow and develop…
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Invest in the women of Cape Town

In celebration of women’s day on Saturday 9 August, ForwardFund a dynamic community investment initiative steered by the HGG Financial Group, is hosting a Women’s Investment Workshop on Friday 8 August from 11h00 to 14h30 at the Artscape Theatre.

Sixth Thandulwazi Breakfast Forum

The Thandulwazi Maths & Science Academy, established by the St Stithians Foundation in 2006, is an example of a partnership between the independent and public school sectors, educators/ learners, and corporate partners. Private public educational partnerships and collaboration are critical if we are to turn around South African education, particularly in key subjects like Mathematics and Physical Science.
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Young entrepreneur focuses on health

In 2012, a then 24-year-old Lufefe Nomjana had a dream to make a sustainable change in his community in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. With a desire to promote healthier living through more nutritious food, Lufefe started his own vegetarian bakery, which he called the Espinaca Bakery.

INSETA develops HR skills

INSETA recently funded 20 Human Resource graduates on training to become skills development facilitators (SDFs). The university and INSETA have always had a good working relationship and when the university’s work integrated learning (WIL) Coordinator, Susanne Taylor approached INSETA on this great initiative, INSETA did not hesitate to sponsor the programme. “Today’s employers within the insurance sector are prioritising character over high grades.”