Alf James

Scoring a winning goal

Winner -- Chief Executive's Award: <b>Metropolitan Soccer Development Programme</b>.

‘Mama’ of development schemes

Winner -- Corporate Award: <b>Clover Mama Afrika</b>.

Ramaphosa follows his passion

Runner-up -- Corporate Award: <b>Shanduka Foundation</b>.

Home sweet home

The judges singled out Futuregrowth for “making a business case for investing in people. It's an unusual entry in this category...''

Daily bread makes a difference

The judging panel pointed out that one-off and short-lived corporate employee involvement programmes are more like team-building exercises.

Sowing the seeds of knowledge

Hlokomela runs two wellness clinics that provide accessible healthcare and referral services to farm workers, migrants and their families.

A challenging learning curve

The Investing in the Future judges commended the intervention at a crucial time in the educational life of learners.

Being casual has its benefits

The Absa Casual Day campaign was singled out by Investing in the Future as a winning example of organisations “partnering for the benefit of society".

A project with potential

The idea for an after-hours clinic emerged in March 2006 after it became clear that other clinics were not serving specifically male workers' needs.

Stimulating a scientific society

Winner -- Non-profit Organisations Award: SciFest Africa

Helping people to help themselves

Winner -- Enterprise Development Award: First National Bank's Hogan Technology.

Banking on volunteers to make an impact

Winner -- Best Corporate Employee Involvement Programme Award: FirstRand.

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