This month the Hospice Palliative Care Association (HPCA) is celebrating 30 years of support to South African hospices with an innovative auction on social media of unique experiences and artworks sourced from amongst South Africa’s top talent.
- In September, Konica Minolta South Africa (KMSA), a division of Bidvest Office (Pty) Ltd., and Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA), committed to plant 1810 trees in three provinces across South Africa. Trees were planted at schools, clinics and community centres in Johannesburg, Newcastle and Polokwane. Johannesburg saw the planting of 900 trees, Newcastle and Polokwane were each allocated 450 trees, which were planted at identified beneficiaries.
Anti-poaching equipment to the value of R2,7 million has been handed over by the SANParks Honorary Rangers (SHR) to SANParks during an event at Phalaborwa on 26 September 2017.
This September, Primedia Outdoor and NGO Food & Trees for Africa celebrate their sixth Arbour Month in an ongoing partnership that seeks to promote environmental sustainability and food security across South Africa.
Following World Rhino Day and in continuation of its R1 million annual donation to SANParks, Saint-Gobain handed over equipment valued at R2.7 million to the SANPark’s Honorary Rangers on Tuesday (26 September, 2017) at the Phalaborwa Sidney Park’s Offices in efforts to augment anti-rhino poaching.
In recognition of Arbour Month, Primedia Outdoor extends its long-term food garden partnership with NGO Food & Trees for Africa. In joined forces, the aim of this initiative is to grow and maintain food gardens across the country which serve as a true source of nutritious food to support the school feeding schemes.
Ten years ago, FCB Joburg MD Thabang Skwambane was so moved by the plight of one small Limpopo child that he founded Aluwani to care for a community of 63 orphaned and vulnerable children, cycling unsupported from Johannesburg to Kilimanjaro to raise awareness and funds for the organisation.
e4 and National Skills Fund partner unlock the potential of technology graduates through extensive internship program
Internships provide a vital link between academic learning and professional employment, and with strategic partnerships, these internships can be effective for business and the youth.
Prima Toys and Wildlife ACT have once again come together in support of one of South Africa’s most iconic and endangered wild creatures – the Rhino.
Cathay Pacific has adopted six-month-old orphan baby rhino, Lula, as part of its ongoing partnership with the Investec Rhino Lifeline (IRL) project, an initiative to protect South Africa’s endangered rhino population from extinction, and educating local and global communities on the importance of rhino conservation.
South African Abor Week, which celebrates the beauty and importance of trees between 1-7 September every year, also promotes the need to plant and maintain trees across South Africa; it has done so since the 1970s.
Brand South Africa and Owami Women will host the annual Owami Women Play Your Part Recognition Awards on Thursday, 21 September 2017.