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Achievements

  • 2015

    FW de Klerk Goodwill Award

    The FW de Klerk Foundation- The FW de Klerk Foundation is delighted to announce that it's board has decided to present the 5th annual FW de Klerk Goodwill award to Afrika Tikkun.

  • 2013

    South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA)

    Transformation Award - Uthando Centre owned and developed by Afrika Tikkun, the community centre was developed in a heritage building - the old Transvaal Memorial Children's Hospital

  • 2012

    Sports for Social Change Network (SSCN) Award

    Inaugural SSCN Award - On 2 March; the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund invited the SSCN members and stakeholders to a dinner showcasing best practices in the sport-for-development sector. Kick4Life and Afrika Tikkun received the inaugural SSCN Awards

  • 2011

    Cyril Harris Humanitarian Award to Marc Lubner

    ABSA Jewish Achievers Award

  • 2010

    Ernst & Young SA Chapter of the World Entrepreneur Awards

    Lifetime Achievement Award to Bertie Lubner - lifetime achievement award in 2010 Ernst & Young South African chapter of the World Entrepreneur Awards

  • 2010

    YPO Award

  • 2008

    Inyathelo Award for Family Philanthropy

    The Lubner Family exemplify excellence and leadership not only in their individual philanthropy but in their family approach to giving

  • 2008

    Spirit of Jo’burg Award

  • 2006

    Mail & Guardian Investing in Life

    Most Innovative Award – Maafrika Tikkun

  • 2005

    Mail & Guardian Investing in the Future

    Best Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) Award

  • 2005

    Impumelelo – Silver Award

    The Impumelelo Social Innovations Centre was established in 1999 (formerly known as the Impumelelo Innovations Awards Trust). Their objective is to identify and unearth examples of best practices at the local government level. The society now includes social innovations from NGOs, the Private Sector and Civil Society

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