MILZET is committed to bringing positive change in the lives of South African communities where we work and where we come from. Over the years MILZET has supported community projects in youth education and training, as well as support for the disabled. As a company that is 100% woman owned we care deeply about issues that enhance the lives of women and their economic development. Here are some of the recent events and projects MILZET has supported.
We have a social responsibility, a constitutional opportunity and moral obligation to help others - Janie Lewis
July 23, 2017
Walk the talk
Milzet team featuring The Minister of Department of Women and the staff participated in Walk the Talk which took place on the 23rd of July 2017 at Mark's Park sports club.
Milzet’s cause for the walk was “Economic Emancipation of Women to Curb Violence Against Women ‘’ to raise awareness on the violence against women and children and to stand up to voice that violence must come to an end.
Milzet believes that, when a woman is involved in economic activities a lot of people benefit from it.
May 26, 2017
Not in Our Name March
Milzet further participated in "Not in Our Name March" that took place in Soweto on 26th May 2017.
September 6, 2016
The Ikusasa Labo Disabled Care Centre got a lovely surprise last month when they were visited by Milzet Holding’s Nomathemba Kubheka who wanted to see how she could lend a helping hand towards ensuring that things continue to run smoothly at the centre. Nomathemba handed over a refrigerator as well as a gas heater to the centre.
The caregivers at Ikusasa Labo would like to extend their gratitude to Milzet holding for donating these appliances which have made a big difference for them.
"It was a very thoughtful gesture as we need the fridge in order to keep the children’s food and leftovers. The heater also helped keep everyone warm during the winter," said Thabsile Ntshangase who works at the centre.
July 24, 2016
Walk the talk
Milzet team featuring The Minister of Department of Women and the staff participated in Walk the Talk which took place on the 24th of July 2016 at Mark's Park sports club. Milzet cause for the walk was "Unapologetically empowering women".