Corporate Social Responsibility Projects


Interstate Bus Lines has been involved with CSR (CSI) initiatives for a long time. Amongst others,

  • we offer road safety and bus safety training to school children in our operational area.
  • we support education through our involvement in the CUT Saturday School and Monyetla projects.
  • we also support the development of sport.

Download our 2019/2020 CSI Projects booklet here.

IBL Cares

IBL Cares for our community. During the year, we have donated food parcels, including IMBASA mealiemeal to some beneficiaries, handed out Hot Cross Buns and Easter Eggs (by Pieter de Necker), and sponsored amongst others, Anchor of Hope, Letsema La Sechaba Community Shield, METTS, Monyetla Saturday School and some of

IBL/SWASAP Ultra marathon

We finally returned to our “Glen Marathon” but this year due to washed-out roads in the Glen area, the race could not return to Glen, hence we did not refer to it as IBL Glen Marathon. The name change did not dampen the vibe though. We teamed up with SWASAP

Sebete Boys make history!

Mathaithai FC from Botshabelo wrote their names in the history books when they travelled to Gauteng to face a Limpopo based outfit in a highly contested soccer match. Sebete Boys were victorious and their victory sees them making history as they successfully qualified for the last 32 teams to compete

IBL soccer league

We continue with our partnership with the South African Football Association, so far the IBL soccer league is one of the biggest soccer leagues in the country. Our soccer league has well over 400 teams comprising of males, females in various age groups. This league forms the bases of local

IBL supports Nthabeleng Motholi

In 2018 Interstate Bus Lines (IBL) initiated a project to help 20 students from child-headed families and families with unemployed parents, with free transport. These families only survived with grants. Students came from Botshabelo, Thaba Nchu and Bloemfontein and were attending different tertiary institutions in Bloemfontein. Free transport was provided

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