Community and Charity

Rebosis supports education with R220k’s worth of school shoes

Rebosis Education Charity

South Africa’s largest black-owned JSE-listed property group, has taken steps to support education countrywide by providing R200,000 worth of school shoes at the start of the new school year to schools in communities in which they operate.

As part of the Social and Ethics Committee mandate, Rebosis recognizes an overwhelming need to contribute positively to communities surrounding its shopping centres.

Rebosis will continue to support education as a key objective to contribute towards a sustainable future for South Africa which is central in the fight to eradicate poverty and to promote economic development in the country.

Forest Hill City in Centurion, Baywest Mall in Port Elizabeth, and Hemingways Mall and Mdantsane City in East London – had carefully selected their beneficiary schools according to need within their respective communities.

Joe Slovo – Port Elizabeth

Orifile Primary – Tshwane

Bathabile Primary – Tshwane

Philena Primary – Tshwane

Duncan Village – East London

Sandisiwe Public School – Mdantsane

Sakhikhaya J. P. School – Mdantsane

Lwandisa J. P. School – Mdantsane

Funulwazi S.P. School – Mdantsane

Nontsikelelo J.P. School – Mdantsane

nnkqubela J.P. School – Mdantsane

Embekweni Primary School – Mdantsane

Isibane J.P. Schoool – Mdantsane

Nobhotwe J.P. School – Mdantsane