710 food boxes containing a variety of essentials were handed over to families in need in Lawley, south of Ennerdale, on 22 August. The boxes were packed in 67 minutes by KFC staff and partners as a Mandela Day activity in support of Add Hope, KFC’s feeding initiative which combines customer donations with KFC CSI contributions to feed over 120 000 children through 137 beneficiary organisations.
Over the weekend the 39th annual Loeries awards, took place in Durban ICC. The Loeries are Africa and the Middle East’s premiere initiative that recognise, reward, inspire and foster creative excellence in the brand communication industry.
Helping those in need is one of the best feelings in the world, especially for a magical night, like your Matric Farewell. Preparing for the big night can be a nightmare if you don’t have all the elements to make it a night to remember!
The 110 children at Ipopeng Daycare Centre in the dusty streets of Zandspruit were delighted to receive a visit from Add Hope ambassador, actor and presenter Sthembiso Khoza, and KFC team members. As the visitors helped serve nutritious meals and enjoyed playtime with the healthy, energetic children ranging from babies to pre-schoolers, it was easy to see the difference that Add Hope donations make.
Sport has an amazing, unique way of making a positive impact on society. It brings people, communities and nations together and ignites feelings of camaraderie and pride. Cadbury Lunch Bar, South Africa’s most iconic chocolate bar, is asking fans to bring #MuchMuchMore by donating sport balls to underprivileged communities across the country.
Albany Bakeries Team Up With DJ Zinhle To Make A Thousand Sandwiches for International Mandela Day.
Sarmies for Smiles is the first event of its kind for Albany, and was born out of the desire to get hands-on in making a difference. While Albany is known for their donation of one million loaves to various causes, this event aims to bring the Albany community together for an interactive day of sandwich making and smiles.
CBeebies’ smash-hit show for pre-schoolers, Go Jetters, has launched its very own YouTube page alongside brand new interactive features on its dedicated website.
Brand South Africa will host the Deputy Minister of Communications, Ms Tandi Mahambehlala and the SA Men’s Hockey Team - who are competing in the Hockey World League Semi-Finals currently underway in Johannesburg at the Wits Hockey Stadium, to commemorate International Mandela Day at the New Jerusalem Children’s Home on 18 July 2017.