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Corporate Social Responsibility Projects

 

Corporate Social Responsibility has become part of our DNA. Over the years we have continued to contribute to the advancement and uplifting of our communities. Download our 2019/2020 CSI Projects booklet here.

Anchor of Hope: Charity Golf Day!

Introducing Anchor of Hope, the rockstar Non-Profit Organisation based in Bloemfontein! These incredible folks aren't just your average do-gooders. They've been turning heads and making waves with their awesome initiatives. From mowing lawns and sprucing up streets, parks, and roads, to taking charge of cleaning duties at the Braam Fischer

Education is the key to success

After a two-year hiatus due to the country's Covid-19 outbreak, IBL-sponsored weekend class projects have returned this year. Monyetla Bursary Project resumed their Saturday classes after this break. IBL also got into a new partnership with another weekend classes project called Metts Academy. Projects like Monyetla and Metts are also

The 2022 Mandela Month Initiatives

Interstate Bus Lines was a co-sponsor of the David Modise & Shaxe Khumalo Foundations, along with Motheo FM, in July this year. We took to the streets of Batho Location, cleaning different public spaces in the area, including the Maphikela House, Digareteneng, Caleb Motshabi Centre, and many more.   We

Jagersfontein Disaster

On 11 September 2022, the walls of the artificial Jagersfontein mine dam collapsed, causing a disaster in the town. Two people were killed, and many others were displaced. After visiting the area, Interstate Bus Lines donated two 5000 liter JOJO tanks, washable sanitary towels, R25000 towards basic clothing items, and

Operational excellence: Litaba Maphisa

For years, IBL's subsidy has increased marginally and has not included any expansion despite our operational space. Things got even worse this year when the company was notified in April 2022 that the subsidy allocation had been reduced. The reduction in subsidies, the timing of the subsidy reduction, poor service

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