A wonderful evening was held on the 9th of October celebrating 25 incredible years of building our nation through education, one scholar at a time, at the Spirit Education Foundation. Huge thanks to our donors, supporters, patrons, schools, trustees and alumni who were able to be there to celebrate with us!
A historic day yesterday as we hosted our first Interschool Table Cricket match between Vista Nova and Eros schools.
The match was a tremendous success with both teams enjoying the opportunity and playing very well to ensure that it was a close match. In the end, it was Eros school that emerged victorious by the margin of 26 runs. The children were excited from the onset and it was fantastic to witness them really getting to the game.
Vista Nova were wonderful hosts and we had some cheering supporters which made the atmosphere special for all the players.
Our Head of Equity, Razeen Dinath and Equity Analyst, Zain Ghoor, share their views on Sasol Limited.
The third quarter of the year was again held to ransom to a large degree by the continuing trade tensions between the United States and China, which continues to raise fears of a global slowdown. Further uncertainty surrounds a no-deal Brexit and the drive to potentially impeach President Trump.
We are delighted to bring to you the August edition of the Appleton Times!
Remembering that September is Wills month, the newsletter is designed to bring to you important information regarding Wills and Estates and to answer any questions you may have relating to Fiduciary Services.
In this regard, we would appreciate your feedback on the Appleton Times and in particular, what you would find valuable for us to cover in the following editions.
Enjoy the read and we look forward to hearing from you.
In recognition of the unique legacy bequeathed to our country by President Nelson Mandela, our team pooled their resources to donate toys, food and other goodies for the Childhood Cancer Foundation (CHOC). Madiba had a special fondness for children as is evidenced by his Children’s Foundation and so we felt it right and fitting that we support a Foundation not only for children, but one that cares for those young ones suffering from the ravages of cancer. Our donation and charitable giving reminds us that, while we are in the business of asset management, we also have a duty and responsibility to contribute to our country and help improve the lives of the most vulnerable. We hope that our gift to CHOC House did just this.
The Spirit Foundation have been working again with Everton in the Community to launch a Choir in the L4 District of Liverpool, the object of which is to bring people together who perhaps require some fellowship and company. L4 has been particularly hard hit by government spending cuts and is troubled by ongoing gang related violence and crime. We all hope that the Choir can act as a great shared interest for all those who choose to become involved and we would like to congratulate EitC and in particular Carena Duffy for all the hard work in putting this great initiative together.
A proud moment for the Spirit Community Foundation. As the sponsors of the Everton Disability Team we wish them every success in the European Championship. Here the team are at Manchester Airport about to leave for Tibilisi in Georgia. We wish them every success!