Group News: South Africa

  1. Cotton On Foundation launch Australia’s first 100 percent aluminium bottled water

    25/09/2020

    We’re removing all single use plastic water bottles from Cotton On Group Australia stores and replacing them with the country’s first resealable aluminium bottled water. With 100 percent of proceeds contributing to quality education projects in Uganda, South Africa, Thailand and Australia - it’s infinitely recyclable and still life-changing.

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  2. Cotton On Foundation’s good hygiene essentials that give back

    24/07/2020

    We’re excited to announce that Cotton On Foundation is making some additions to their essentials items. The new range features, face masks, hand sanitiser, wipes, lip balm, tissues and hand lotion. Like always, these new handy items still change lives because 100 per cent of the proceeds contribute to global healthcare initiatives that help keep kids healthy and in school.

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  3. Get to know Cotton On Foundation’s Teacher Training Programs

    22/07/2020

    Cotton On Foundation exists to empower youth through quality education, which extends far beyond the child and into many different areas of the community. School facilities and their locations are considered; nutrition for children; school resources like textbooks and pencils; any limitations a school might have – the list goes on. But of course, no quality education program would be complete without an incredible team of teachers to deliver it.

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  4. Group makes AFR’s list of Australia’s top philanthropic corporates

    20/12/2019

    The Cotton On Group has been recognised as Australia’s 22nd highest giving corporate for 2019, published by The Australian Financial Review (AFR) in BOSS magazine this month.

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  5. A gift that gives twice

    11/11/2019

    The holiday season is fast approaching. And at this time every year, the Cotton On Foundation release a range of beautiful cards with enamel pins, that when purchased, contribute towards providing a quality education for kids who need it most.

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  6. Cotton On Foundation delivers new classrooms for Ethekwini Primary School

    25/10/2019

    The Cotton On Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Australian retailer Cotton On, has delivered on its commitment to bring quality education to South Africa. Following a R100-million investment pledge by the Foundation a year ago, Ethekwini Primary School, situated in the heart of KwaMashu, Durban, will open its doors to grade seven learners.

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  7. Group opens first store in Bostwana

    27/03/2019

    The Group first stepped foot into the Africa retail market in 2011 opening a Cotton On store in the Clearwater Mall of Johannesburg. The region quickly became one of the fastest growing markets for the business’s store footprint reaching 170 stores across South Africa and Namibia by the end of 2018.

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  8. Cotton On Foundation celebrate 10th anniversary

    10/11/2017

    October marked a special milestone for the Cotton On Group with its philanthropic arm, the Cotton On Foundation, celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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  9. World’s Largest Megastore Grand Opening Breaks All Sales Records

    16/12/2014

    South African customers have once again demonstrated their allegiance to Cotton On, with Saturday’s opening of the world’s largest Cotton On store in Duban smashing Group sales records by 50 per cent for a first day of trade.

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