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IIG hosts 'Born to be wild' auction

On Thursday 8 May the Insurance Institute of Gauteng (IIG) will host their ‘Born to be Wild’ charity auction at the Barnyard Theatre in Cresta. The proceeds from the auction will go to four charity organisations – the Wet Nose Animal Rescue Centre, Oasis Haven, Frederic Place, and Timbavati Foundation. This year the IIG has introduced a raffle to raise some extra funds. The ticket is R100.
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Tracker launches second safe bike park

This weekend Tracker is launching its second safe park for cyclists – the RideFree Bike Park at Avianto Trails in Muldersdrift. The planned roll out of others across the country is proof of Tracker’s commitment to safer cycling through its RideFree initiative. Tracker’s investment includes an upgrade to the 30km of trails at Avianto Trails as well as the addition of on-site medics, a bike wash facility and cycle clinics.
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Taxi financier supports local primary school

As part of its support for the communities in which its customers operate, SA Taxi, the country’s only specialist provider of finance to the entrepreneurs who operate minibus taxis, is donating, through the SA Taxi Foundation, 500 DeskBags to the Zenzeleni Primary School. Made from recycled vinyl billboards, the bags are designed to contain school books while still being light enough to be carried by pre-primary children.
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In support of high school rugby

It is exciting to witness the start of this year’s Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools Rugby series. This is the second year that Mutual & Federal will be the headline sponsor as part of an ongoing commitment by Mutual & Federal to support high school rugby in our country. Mutual & Federal is dedicated to seeing young rugby players grow in South Africa.

Auto & General adopts Little Angels

Auto & General and partners including Altech Netstar, Origin, FIA Tygerberg Branch, Prism, V-Plus, JC Maintenance, Unico Makelaars, Sapcor Gordons Bay, Direct Axis and Telesure Group Services, among others, donated 14 new beds and bedding to Little Angels, a Cape Town based community home for children with Cerebral Palsy. Here are photographs taken by Rozelle de Waal.
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Genasys sponsors Lehae Knights

In all started in 2011 when Steve Symes, CEO of Genasys and a huge soccer supporter, commissioned his team to find a grass roots soccer team to sponsor. The team went out and
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Born to ride

Cycling safety has become a hot topic in recent years, and Tracker has risen to the challenge with their new Ride Free Bike Park at Central Park Trails Modderfontein, which was launched
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Camargue invests in education

Camargue’s Nkejane Mofokeng says, “While we may all come from challenged backgrounds of varying degrees, we all have dreams and a desire to realise them and we believe that education is the key to dream fulfilment. Education and positive reinforcement allows children to dream. To realise that regardless of circumstance, childhood or background, if you put in the effort, and have the desire within yourself, you can dream the impossible and succeed.”