Sesego Cares Commemorates Freedom Day 2017

Sesego Cares Freedom Day Trip 2017

The mention of the word ‘Freedom’ in South Africa for many, provokes nostalgic memories of the iconic first black President Nelson ‘Rolihlahla’ Mandela. It is figures such as he which inspired millions of South Africans as we entered an era of democracy and freedom.

As Sesego Cares continues to build on Mandela’s legacy, we did not forget to take part in the Freedom Day celebrations.

A day well spent at the Constitutional Hill by the Sesego team reminded everyone of how far we have come since the drastic legacy of apartheid. And we continue to stand as one nation and one family.

Sesego Cares hopes everyone had a worthwhile Freedom Day and that next year you will also join us as we commemorate the legacies of the greats who brought us this far.

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Our Sesego project highlight this week

Over R1,5 million have been invested in the following organisations who were the major beneficiaries of the annual Sešego Cares projects.

CHOC, The Ruth First Jeppe Girls Memorial Fund, The Rotary Club of Northcliff’s wheel chair fund and the Walter Sisulu Cardiac Centre.

The Walter Sisulu Pediatric Cardiac Centre also benefitted from Sesego Cares projects .It is a philanthropic paediatric cardiac foundation for Africa, focusing on delivering life-saving surgery for underprivileged children with congenital heart disorders from across Africa. Sešego Cares is a loyal supporter since the inception of this fund.

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