Carnival City and Afrisun Trust honour the season for giving with the fourth annual Christmas party for approximately 700 underprivileged children. This year Carnival City CSI and the Afrisun Trust have jointly pledged R130 000 to bring the spirit of the season to life for youngsters aged six to 12 from orphanages in Ekurhuleni. [...]
Carnival City will be alive with the sound of thrilled children splashing in a water wonderland on December 5. The staff of Carnival City and Afrisun Trust, as part of the seventh annual Christmas Cheer project, will host approximately 600 underprivileged children at the water park, which will be set up on Carnival Citys soccer [...]
The Afrisun East Rand Community Trust (AERCT) has announced the completion of a series of projects in the Ekhuruleni region, having contributed over R750 000 to 4 worthy causes. The first project saw the AERCT contributing R210 000 to the San Michelle Home in Geluksdal. The money went towards the improvement and replacement of wards, [...]
AERCT and Dare to be Successful team up to keep Ekhuruleni Learners Warm This Winter The Afrisun East Rand Community Trust (AERCT) has teamed up with Kwa-Thema-based community organization Dare to be Successful to help keep children at 5 East Rand primary schools warm this winter. Dare to be Successful approached the AERCT with a [...]
The Afrisun East Rand Community Trust (AERCT) has selected 9 female Matric students from the Ekhuruleni Class of 2008 to attend a 2 year Beauty Therapy Course with the Rene Institute of Beauty Therapy in Brakpan. The students, Nokuthula Shabangu and Phumelele Mnguni (KwaThema), Eleanor Paul (Benoni), Jolene Aucamp (Brakpan), Duduzile Ngwenya (Vosloorus), Patricia Baartman [...]
One Hundred and Eight Thousand Fifteen more students were chosen from Katlehong, Tembisa and Wattville were chosen to attend the Saturday and winter school preparing them for The Matric exams.
Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Rand A school for the disabled in Katlehong, the school was presently run from containers. The Department of Education had funded the new building. AERCT assisted with the hospitality classroom, catering equipment, stoves, cutlery and crockery. A full security system was also supplied and installed.
Twenty Thousand Rand AERCT purchased a Nashua Photo Coping Machine for the School. This will assist with the printing of worksheets for the 300 students.