Solahart joins forces with FTFA
Solahart South Africa is committed to the environment. From reducing carbon emissions with solar water heaters, to raising environmental awareness through events, to picking up rubbish in the community, Solahart believes being involved makes a difference.
Solahart South Africa recently announced a new incentive programme. The programme benefits existing Solahart customers who refer Solahart to friends and family members. Referrals that turn into sales earn Solahart customers their choice of reward from Solahart's exclusive gift selection, ranging from Weber braais to luxury luggage sets.
To bring focus back to Solahart’s environmental commitment, Solahart offers the option of donating ten trees to Food & Trees for Africa. Food & Trees for Africa educates South Africans on the effects of climate change while offering advice on how to counteract individual and corporate carbon offset. In addition to this valuable service, FTFA plants trees in less privileged communities around South Africa to educate, promote sustainable development and help prevent common problems like soil erosion.
Said Solahart managing director, Jim Hickey: “Environmental concern
was one of the deciding factors when I started Solahart South Africa in
1982. Today, the planet is in dire need of drastic action on the part
of individuals and corporations alike. Solahart’s commitment to the
environment is a passion shared by everyone in the Solahart family.
“Getting involved with a forward-thinking organization like Food
& Trees for Africa, that helps the environment while helping South
Africans who need it most, seemed like the next logical step for us,”
For more information on Food & Trees for Africa, visit their website. Existing Solahart customers who would like to submit referrals
can follow this link.
Hout Bay in the dark
Hout Bay residents can expect a bit of discomfort on Thursday, 20 August due to power outages.
According to a report by SAPA, the City of Cape Town announced a planned power outage in Hout Bay due to system upgrades at the Bisschop Road substation.
Residents will be without electricity from 08:00 to 17:00 on the day.
Until 28 August,
Keep in the Sunlight!