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Garlic harvests

Garlic harvests

During the winter season, garlic was planted in the outside beds at some of the homes of our tunnel beneficiaries.  Harvest time for it is here and Pick n Pay is once again supporting these vegetable farmers by buying from them.  1 kg Garlic that gets planted produces a harvest multiplied by 6! For Garlic orders, please contact Elbie Louw at  082 331 3391 or Mamojake at 076 898 8263. ... Continue Reading »

Spoudazo: B-BBEE Compliancy

Spoudazo: B-BBEE Compliancy

During November, Spoudazo had our annual verification by LDSW Incorporated, an accredited B-BBEE verification agency. The report on factual findings confirm that more than 75% of our beneficiaries are previously disadvantaged. Entities can therefore claim 100% of any contribution made to Spoudazo as Social Responsibility contributions towards B-BBEE.   ... Continue Reading »

Beudene beneficiary for Pedal4Purpose

Beudene beneficiary for Pedal4Purpose

On 26 October 2015, Franco Smith, head coach of the Toyota Cheetahs, his wife, Tania Smith and MJ Smith head coach of the Toyota U/21 Cheetahs, will cycle from Bloemfontein to Sea Point as part of the Pedal4Purpose campaign. Beudene Daycare for Disabled in Bloemfontein is one of their beneficiaries. Pedal 4 Purpose is a platform for cyclist to combine their love for the sport and their pedalling power to make a difference to meaningful causes. ... Continue Reading »

Pedal 4 Purpose: 1146 km from Bfn to Ct For Beudene Daycare for Disabled & Alta Du Toit Care Centre

Pedal 4 Purpose: 1146 km from Bfn to Ct For Beudene Daycare for Disabled & Alta Du Toit Care Centre

On 26 October 2015, Franco Smith, head coach of the Toyota Cheetahs, his wife, Tania Smith and MJ Smith, head coach of the Toyota U/21 Cheetahs, started cycling from Bloemfontein to Sea Point as part of the Pedal 4 Purpose campaign. Beudene Daycare for Disabled in Bloemfontein is their beneficiary. Pedal 4 Purpose is a platform for cyclist to combine their love for the sport and their pedalling power to make a difference to meaningful causes. ... Continue Reading »

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