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Sponsors & Partners

Our Sponsors
Our sponsors are those companies who contribute either funds or services to assisting Let’s Play in encouraging and facilitating more activity and healthier lifestyle habits in South Africa’s children, their families and within communities ...more

Media Partners
Our Let's Play campaign is media driven and as such benefits from the support of our various media partners. Through their networks we're able to access a variety of media platforms, including radio, television, newspaper and magazine ...more

Activation Partners
Activation Partners are organisations that facilitate activations on behalf of Let's Play; they are primarily involved with our Let's Play a Million initiative in addition to their curricular and extracurricular committments ...more

Activity Advocates
Activity Advocates are organisations that encourage and facilitate play, activity and sport through their involvement with schools, events and communities ...more

Professional Partners
Let's Play has support from a number of organisations that provide advice and counsel within their professional capacities ...more

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Neil Down Under in 2016
The best-laid pre-tour plans...
October 20: No, I am not in Adelaide (yet) but I will be covering the tour down under.

Gavin Rich
Losing the arrogance made good platform
From what was said by the key role-players beforehand and again in the press conference afterwards,...

Segun Odegbami
Mamelodi Sundowns - so near yet so far
Mamelodi Sundowns are on the verge of history, as they are within touching distance of what has...

Michael Todt
Woosie's unwise words
The World Golf Hall of Fame is a rather prestigious place to find oneself, and has an interesting...

Brenden Nel
Looking for a few good men
It isn’t difficult to believe that this week’s Springbok coaching indaba in Cape Town will do...

Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref Webb confirms PL meddling
Referee Howard Webb has admitted that there was definitely interference from the PL.