BUILDING COMMUNITIES

BUILDING COMMUNITIES.  OUR BOTTOM LINE.

“Thebe Investment through through the Thebe Foundation has made a profound impact to our school, educators, learners and parents through the Math Centre. We thank the Thebe Foundation for their meaningful and consistent support” – VN Mbatha, Allan Makhunga Primary School

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Simply put, building communities is one of the core reasons for our existence.

To enhance Thebe’s community programmes, the Thebe Foundation was established as an independent trust in February 2011 in order to drive Thebe’s corporate social investment strategy. The Foundation forges partnerships between Thebe, its subsidiaries, and economically-marginalised communities, in order to reshape them and ensure a more prosperous and humane future.

Our corporate social investment programmes, which enable us to contribute to socio-economic transformation in our communities, focus mainly on education and enterprise development.

Leveraging the collective goodwill, development commitment, business capacity, and skills of the Thebe Group of Companies and its associated partners, we are able to make transformative interventions. We make a difference and transform lives. Building communities. This is our bottom line.

“Thebe has had a long and committed association with the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Our association has grown into a trusted friendship. We look forward to further support to continue Madiba’s legacy.”

Neeran Naidoo, Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory

“Thebe have provided us with financial, technical and moral support in meeting the strenuous business challenges  as we have grown from a small start-up business to one that has carved an important niche in a highly competitive environment.”

Thebe YA Bophelo – Rohan Laird / Mangaliso Mahlaba

“Thebe Investment through the Thebe Foundation has made a profound impact to our school, educators, learners and parents through the Maths Centres. We thank the Thebe Foundation for their meaningful and consistent support.”

VN Mbatha, Allan Makhunga Primary School