Press Releases

Press Releases

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21/06/2013 Food & Trees for Africa Trees for Africa Arbor Challenge
20/03/2014 Food & Trees for Africa Jeunesse Park Represents South Africa to Tackle Global Challenge
25/10/2012 FIRST® LEGO® League South Africa Gauteng Learners Use Robotics Competition to Find Innovative Solutions for Improving the Lives of Senior Citizens
10/11/2010 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Honouring Quiet Heroes
11/11/2010 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Hope for Community Living on a Rubbish Dump
11/11/2010 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Rugby Coaching and Maths Tutor for Orphans
11/11/2010 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Berea Home Brings Hope to Women and Children
11/11/2010 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Bottom to Better for Primary School in Slovoville
24/02/2011 FirstRand Volunteers Programme Employees Go Barefoot for School Shoes
01/08/2014 FirstRand The 2014 FirstRand Laurie Dippenaar Scholarship for Postgraduate International Study Awarded
14/10/2013 First Rand Limited Implementing Best Practice in CSI-funded Education Initiatives
02/07/2012 Fiona Cameron Consulting Trans-Disciplinary Conference on Early Childhood Development and Education
31/08/2011 Fetola Foundation Emerging Businesses to Benefit from Upcoming Workshop
07/12/2011 Fetola Foundation NGOs Unite Against A Common Foe
16/11/2012 Fetola Foundation Turn Your Good Business into a Great One in 2013
06/03/2012 Federation of Unions of South Africa Federation of Unions of South Africa Not Striking Over Tolls
10/05/2012 Fairtrade South Africa It’s Fairtrade Coffee Week! Celebrate South Africa’s Coffee Culture With a Fairtrade Cuppa
19/09/2012 Fairtrade South Africa Fairtrade Wines Bag Multiple Awards at the 2012 Michelangelo CCL Label International Wine Awards
19/02/2013 Fairtrade Label South Africa Fairtrade Week 2013: Realising Africa’s Potential
19/07/2012 Fairtrade International €5 Billion Spent on Fairtrade Products in 2011: World’s Most Recognised Ethical Label on Solid Ground in Established Markets and Growing Rapidly in South Africa
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