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           his award is open to   the KwaZulu-Natal
           businesses or social   communities, Department
     Tenterprises that         of Health as well as the
      have made a significant   eThekwini Metropolitan
      positive impact on the   Municipality. Toyota has
      community in KZN.        pledged R15 million to
                               provide Covid-19 testing
      The winner is:           equipment, hospital
      TOYOTA SOUTH AFRICA      facility support, transport
      MOTORS                   for contact tracing and
                               face shields, and sanitisers
      Toyota South Africa      in the KZN region.
      Motors (TSAM) commits
      time and resources to    TSAM refurbished
      developing all South     and upgraded the
      Africans by empowering   pharmacy at Clairwood
      and uplifting local      Hospital in Mobeni –
      communities through      to support Covid-19
      impactful and measurable   cases. By supporting
      social programmes.       the infrastructure       L-R: Grant Adlam, Philile Khuzwayo, Annisha Ragoonandhan and Imraan Noorbhai
      The corporate social     development at the hospital
      responsibility programme   it has enabled the efficient   Cabs for nine months with   the Prospecton Plant in   educators, sanitizers,   decanting bottles and
      has four pillars, namely   utilisation of the beds   the expressed purpose of   Durban.             educational posters and IR   shared some educational
      education; road safety;   and improved the level of   helping health workers                        Thermometers.             pamphlets pertaining
      civic and community      health care.             reach the inaccessible   TSAM supported more                                COVID-19 prevention
      service; and health and   The ToyotaReach         areas.                   than 270 schools in      For our campaign called   protocols.
      human service.           programme expanded its   1 500 food parcels (each   KwaZulu-NataL from     Safe to School Safe to    The finalists are:
                                                                                                          prior to the re-opening of
                                                                                 disadvantaged townships,
      TSAM continues to affirm   scope of involvement to   containing groceries to   informal settlements and   schools in early June 2020,   ■   Ithala SOC Limited
      its fight against the spread   enable access to remote   sustain a family of four for   the Ngonyameni with   TSAM assisted operators   ■   Boxer
      of Covid-19 in South     areas. TSAM sponsored 10   a month) were distributed   readiness packs – including  and drivers of learner   ■   SLG Pty Ltd
      Africa, and has supported   Hilux 2.4 SRX 4x4 Double   to communities around   face shields for all the   transports with sanitisers,   ■   Tronox



           his award           objective of creating a top   Peak Wine Estate, based in
           recognises start-   class tourism experience   the Drakensberg, this allows
     Tup businesses that       for guests and visitors to   customers to experience
      have translated an idea   the region. The Seventeen87   as many different wines as
      into a successful business   Wine Cellar is a truly   possible. Partnerships such
      venture especially given the   unique experience in   as these assist in making the
      circumstances of 2020.   KwaZulu-Natal and one of   Seventeen87  Wine Cellar
                               a kind on the north coast of   the home of KwaZulu-Natal
      The winner is:           KwaZulu-Natal.           wines.
                               Seventeen87 Wine Cellar has  The finalists are:
                               has collaborated with other
      The Seventeen87 Wine     wine farms in KwaZulu-   ■   Tag Your Delivery
      Cellar is a project of   Natal such as Cathedral   ■   Borderless Investment
      Enterprise iLembe with the                          Group (Pty) Ltd

     L- R: Xolani Gumede, chairperson of the board, Enterprise iLembe; Cheryl Peters, Acting CEO Enterprise iLembe;
     and Daniel Maerkl, project manager Enterprise iLembe.

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