Corporate Social Investment

Ithembelihle LSEN School CSI

Kaizer Chiefs recently honoured an invitation to be part of the Ithembelihle LSEN School’s annual sports day. Ithembelihle School caters for children having a disability. The school is based in Primrose, Germiston, and has 305 learners.

Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Lorenzo Gordinho attended the event representing Kaizer Chiefs.

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Kaizer Chiefs and Vodacom CSI

Following his sweep at the 2015/16 Kaizer Chiefs’ Players Awards, Willard “Salt and Vinegar” Katsande and Vodacom handed over R50 000.00 to Edenvale based charity organisation COMPASS (Community Provision and Social Services).

Vodacom provided an additional R 50 000 for the Vodacom Fans Player of the Year Award so that the winning player could donate the prize money to a charity of their choice. This is in keeping with Vodacom’s commitment to making a difference in the lives of South Africans.

GO LIVE GOALS CSI at St John’s

St John’s through Giuseppe, Lia and Gennaro hosted a fun day for underprivileged children at schools that they do various community projects with, they handed out all the sporting equipment that they collected, from cricket bats to soccer boots and balls, hockey sticks and tennis rackets.

GO LIVE GOALS – Giuseppe, Lia and Gennaro.

Kaizer Chiefs and Vodacom Soccer Clinic – Durban

Kaizer Chiefs organised a soccer clinic for girls before their home game against Ajax Cape Town in Durban in October. About 70 youngsters were trained and coached by Amakhosi stars Enocent Mkhabela, Ryan Moon, Keagan Buchanan and Siyanda Xulu.

The clinic was hosted at the Berea Sports Club.

Jessica Motaung at the Save The Children Event

Jessica Motaung attended the Save The Children event held on Thursday 03 March 2016. Kaizer Chiefs cares, children are the future.


Kaizer Chiefs on National Bandana Day 2015

The Glamour Boys wore their bandanas in support of National Bandana Day on the 12th of October 2015, raising awareness and supporting patients diagnosed with leukaemia and other life threatening disorders. Become a bone marrow stem cell donor.

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