Africa Print hosted a watering hole at the successful Paprint Charity Golf Day, held at the Gary Player course at Sun City on 6 April. The event, supported by Papercor and featuring Sappi as its main sponsor, raised funds for three nominated charities: Little Eden Children’s home, SA Cystic Fibrosis Society and Nazareth House.
There is a strong relationship between Paprint and Papercor, with Raymond Blake, MD of Papercor, serving as the Paprint Captain. Paprint boasts a 70 year history. The paper and print association raises money for charity throughout the year by hosting golf days. Last year's events raised R10,000 each for its three charities.
There are no membership fees to join Paprint, and anyone can participate in the Paprint Charity golf days. The next two events are being held at the Benoni Country Club on the 27th July and Randpark on 2nd November. For more information, please contact:
At the Africa Print hole, players could guess how many tees were in the jar. Grayson Troskie from Mlass (Pty) Ltd won a bottle of Johnny Walker Black.