Betway Cares Stories

Betway initiative aims to develop the community through a nationwide Skills Hub training programme

2/11/2021 4:30:01 PM
Betway South Africa’s ongoing efforts towards propelling the development of community sport were elevated on Thursday as the leading sports betting provider officially launched an innovative community initiative; the #BetwayCares Skills Hub.
 

Betway concludes #BetwayCares drive with Blue Birds FC donation

12/15/2020 9:49:11 AM
Blue Birds FC has become the last beneficiary of the 2020 #BetwayCares drive. The international sports betting provider donated new soccer boots to the club ahead of the 2021 season.

South African Deaf Football Association boosted by Betway soccer boots donation

12/10/2020 9:38:23 AM
Betway South Africa’s ongoing community sport upliftment drive made its way to the South African Deaf Football Association (SADFA) in Katlehong, Johannesburg on Thursday to conclude an extraordinary year of making a difference.

Betway concludes National Disability Month Celebrations in Durban

11/27/2020 10:00:00 AM
Following two successful partnerships with the KwaThema Disability Sports Club in Gauteng, and the Western Province Sport Association for the Physically Disabled (WPSAPD), earlier in the month, KwaZulu-Natal marked the final stop for Betway’s National Disability month efforts. During the event, Betway donated R30,000  worth of training and playing equipment to DPSA through its #BetwayCares monthly drive.

Betway partners with Paralympic Star and WPSAPD in National Disability Month Celebrations

11/13/2020 9:30:00 AM
As part of the continued celebrations and honouring National Disability Month, Betway South Africa joined forces with Paralympic star Mpumelelo Mhlongo and the Western Cape Sport Association for the Disabled (WPSAPD), to make a meaningful difference in their communities.

Betway Kick Starts National Disability Month Celebrations

11/6/2020 9:30:00 PM
In the spirit of continually uplifting communities through sport, Betway partnered with the KwaThema Disability Sports Club at the KwaThema Stadium in Ekurhuleni on Friday, 6 November to highlight, not only the importance of removing barriers, but also to improve the quality of life of people living with disabilities.