We would like to thank everyone, that volunteer on Mandela Day, the 18th of July 2017. Your effort made a huge difference to all the communities and projects that were assisted.
There are so many people out there in need of help. But caregiving, as a once-off act of kindness, unfortunately doesn’t go very far. Reaching out is something that needs to be ongoing for its impact to be truly felt.
This is the thought upon which our social investment vehicle, the Transnet Foundation, was built.
The Phelophepa Health Trains brings health and hope to thousands of rural South Africans in need of access to health-care facilities.
Long before the dawn of South Africa hosting the 2010 Soccer World Cup, the Transnet Foundation recognised the abundance of football talent amongst its youth.
Retired freight containers get a new lease on life to deliver services to most outlying rural communities.
There’s an African proverb that says: ''It takes a village to raise a child''. At the Transnet Foundation, colleagues are now adding a second line of wisdom.
Transnets Phelophepa train was the main focus on Prontuit a KykNet show over 3 segments.
Reading skills are vital for improving the literacy and numeracy skills of learners at all levels. Unfortunately, only 14% of South Africans read books and less than 10% of parents read to their children. Enter the Transnet Foundation’s mobile library programme… aimed at kickstarting a reading phenomenon.
Transnet Foundation’ Socio-Economic Infrastructure Development (SEID) portfolio in partnership with the Education portfolio today launched its maiden career exhibition programme at Idondotha community where it is also developing a community centre in the KwaMthethwa area, in Empangeni.
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