Posts by Andrea Vinassa

DJ Black Coffee has his Casual Day sticker!

  DJ Black Coffee has his Casual Day sticker and will be joining millions of South Africans on Friday 4 […]

Casual Day funds research on children with disabilities

“Child disability is a neglected and serious national problem, yet the scale of the problem is not documented and hence not represented on a policy and services level,” says Therina Wentzel, National Director of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCPPDSA) …

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Nenio Mbazima

Nenio Mbazima was born in 1976 and became deaf at the age of 10 after a bout of meningitis. He […]

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Prudence Mabhena

Zimbabwean-born Prudence Mabhena was born with arthrogryposis, a condition that deforms the joints; it has cost her both of her […]

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JUNE 16 CASUAL DAY AMBASSADOR CHALLENGE

Casual Day ambassadors have issued their annual challenge to the youth of South Africa to spring into action for persons […]

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Prudence Mabhena Casual Day’s newest Ambassador

Casual Day finance officer Egness Ncube, Casual Day ambassador Prudence Mabhena, with Casual Day NGO liaison officer Zaza Khazamula and […]

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The Importance of Specialised Wheelchairs for Children – NCPPDSA

The Impact of Casual Day in your Beneficiary Community. Your R10 in action! Featured beneficiary: NCPPDSA The National Council for […]

Down Syndrome South Africa is a national beneficiary organisation of the annual Casual Day fundraising campaign and the umbrella body of all Down Syndrome associations across South Africa. These funds will be used to sustain the organisation’s work in the community.

Eradicating stigma & marginalisation around Down syndrome

The Impact of Casual Day in your Beneficiary Community. Your R10 in action! Featured beneficiary: Down Syndrome SA The incidence […]

Mr South Africa, Armand du Plessis, pictured with Alma School, a school for learners with disabilities in Pretoria - top performer in Gauteng

Gauteng Show & Tell: Mr SA adds some glamour

Casual Day packs a R28 million punch! Mr South Africa, Armand du Plessis, handed out the awards to the top ten organisations that raised the most money for Casual Day in 2014…

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LIMPOPO SHOW & TELL: Our biggest function ever!

Limpopo Province does Casual Day proud! The Polokwane Show & Tell was the biggest function we have ever had. 580 people and fairylights spanned across the ceiling made this an event to remember…

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