Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd
Kobus Duvenhage Bouers help met droogtehulp na Pofadder.
Mag die druppel in die emmer groot verligting bring!
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
Golf Development Programme
During the December holidays Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd in cooperation with the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture presented their third golf development program. Ten players from the group was chosen to play competitive golf this year. After the game the children took part in other activities and ended the day with lunch.
KDB believes that investing in the youth is of the utmost importance as they are our future.
Jogebed is the foster home of Upington that consists of 2 houses. One for the babies between 5 months and 2 years old and the other house for the older children between 8 years and 16 years.
Foster homes depend on donations from the community to make an existence and therefore it is important for businesses / individuals to open their hearts to such institutions. Every contribution, big or small makes a big difference in someones life. Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd calls on the community to open their hearts and hands to Jogebed for the incredible work done by them.
Community Development – Louisvale Road Police Station
As part of community development Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd made improvements to the Louisvale Road Police Station to renovate the premises and offices.
The following improvements were made under the leadership of Marius Jacobs and Peter van As: The premises were cleaned , curbs were laid and the fence surrounding the premises was restored. The office has been repainted inside and out, new lights were installed, the aircon was repaired and the bathroom was redone.
We don’t realize the difficult circumstances to which police officers are exposed each day. Therefore we want to thank them who make a difference in the community and help us feel safe. May the renewal of your offices express our gratitude and help you have new courage to approach each new day.
Heritage day celebrations on 24 September 2016
On the 24th of September 2016 personnel from Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd participated in a “braai” competition which was held as part of Heritage Day celebrations. This day turned out to be a day full of fun celebrating the cultural diversity of South Africans.
Participants were entertained with song and dance.
All funds raised were donated to the Oranje-Hof Old Age Home in Upington.
Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd annual golf day once again a great success:
This year, Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd offered the golf day in aid of disability as well as golf development of children from Upington and the surrounding region. With the help of several sponsors, an amount of R40 000.00 could be donated to Franco Truter who lost a limb in an accident. Franco’s medical aid contributes a small amount to the costs of a new prosthesis. This donation puts Franco in a position to procure a new prosthesis. An amount of R4 000.00 was donated to Northern Cape Sport and Recreation and will be applied for development and awareness making of golf among the children of Upington and region. The golf players enjoyed the day and the competition among them were very high. The results were as follow:
Build Zone, Lange Carr & Wessels, Nel & Vennote, ZF Mcgawu Sports Arts and Culture, Inter Tekens and Hilti.
The days proceedings were concluded in good spirit with spit-roast and entertainment was provided by guest artist Dewald Dippenaar.
Golf Clinic in Upington during the June 2015 school holidays
During the recent school holidays, Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd sponsored a Golf Clinic for children which was presented by the Northern Cape Golf Development Board in co-operation with the Department of Sport as well as the Desert Palace Casino and Resort in Upington. The Clinic was attended by children between the ages of five and fourteen and was closed with a prize reward to children who showed good progress. The prize winners were rewarded with golf equipment.
Paraplegic House for two disabled women
During 2012 the special needs of a disabled mother and her disabled daughter from Louisvaleweg in Upington came to the attention of Kobus Duvenhage. He offered to build a house specifically designed for the two womens needs. The Local Municipality made a plot available, a few businesses in Upington donated building material and Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd completed a house within six months.
The house was designed and equipped with tools to simplify the lives of the two women. The Local Municipality and Kobus Duvenhage Bouers (Pty) Ltd handed the house over to the two women during June 2012.
De Drift Plaza Plot 1070,
Louisvale Road Upington, 8800,
Northern Cape, South Africa
Postnet Suite 111
Private Bag X5879
S 28°28.556’ | E 021°16.368’