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We take pride in uplifting our communities. Our economic development initiatives, executed directly through our projects and from the Mothership, affirm this goal.

Roggeveld Wind Farm

Educator support


Educators and Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners are frequently the initial points of contact for children who have emotional and psychological issues. Roggeveld Wind Farm trained 41 educators and ECD practitioners from Sutherland, Matjiesfontein and Laingsburg on how to improve learners’ growth mindsets, deal with negative attention, listen with empathy, shape behavioural outcomes, and build learners’ confidence and esteem to increase school participation rates. The educators and ECD practitioners who have taken part in this project have expressed their gratitude.

The contributions for this initiative totalled R460 100.

Core SDGs: Goal 4.

Winter uniforms


A solution to end the issue of learner absenteeism due to the lack of warm school uniform was initiated when Roggeveld Wind Farm stepped in to assist children of Acacia Primary School, Matjiesfontein Primary School, and Roggeveld Primary School.

The harsh conditions of the Karoo during the winter months had made attending classes difficult for the learners whose parents are seasonal employees and rely on earnings which are contingent on the harvest. Roggeveld Wind Farm donated school shoes and winter coats to children who did not have school shoes or basic warm clothing.

The initiative, which had a total spend of R320 501, impacted the lives of 1430 learners.

Core SDGs: Goal 4.

Kruisvallei Hydro Plant



The Clarens community helped to determine the need for low-cost bricks. Committed to poverty alleviation, Kruisvallei Hydro Plant donated a brickmaking machine to the Nnete Foundation, an NGO that provides a variety of community outreach programmes to the rural communities around Kgubetswana.

The facilitators from Nnete Foundation received accredited training in brickmaking and bricklaying from TJEKA Training Matters. The brickmaking machine was used to upskill young people and to sell bricks at a competitive price to the local community.

A total of R146 805 was allocated for the initiative, which improved the lives of 10 trainees.

Core SDGs: Goal 1.

E-scooter initiative


Thusanang Care Group, a Clarens-based NGO, received an electric motorcycle to help with mobility within its community to be able to distribute medicine and various health and sanitary products.

At least 250 dignity packets and chronic medicine were delivered to people from Kgubetswana township and other rural villages since Kruisvallei donated the electric motorcycle. The dignity kit included a face cloth, sanitary pads, wash soap, a toothbrush, and roll-on. The e-scooter was used for mobility to distribute the dignity packs from house to house while helping the NGO reduce its carbon footprint.

The successful initiative helped 200 beneficiaries.

Core SDGs: Goal 3 and 7.

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