Competition runs until 31 March and the winners will be announced June 2020…
Posted on 10 Feb 2020
Join us at Shavathon on the 29th February – we hope to see you there! English: https://www.shavathon.org.za/files/2020/01/SHAVATHON-English-Radio.mp3 Afrikaans: https://www.shavathon.org.za/files/2020/01/SHAVATHON-Afrikaans-Radio-1-.mp3
Posted on 3 Feb 2020
Here are our radio and TV ads – will you join us at Shavathon on the 29th February – we hope to see you there!
Posted on 29 Jan 2020
Limited edition CANSA ‘Hope’ Wraps will be available at Shavathon events, at R50 per wrap.
Posted on 24 Jan 2020
English Media Release 1 Desember 2019 – Soos die beplanning vir 2020 begin, herinner KANSA almal om die datums van KANSA se 17de Shavathon in 2020 in hulle dagboeke aan te teken. KANSA Shavathon word in 2020 op Saterdag, 29 Februarie by winkelsentrums landswyd aangebied. Die tema van ‘Hoop 2020’ is veral geskik en van […]
Posted on 17 Jan 2020
As the year draws to a close and planning starts for 2020, CANSA, reminds all to diarise CANSA’s 17th national Shavathon, taking place on Saturday, 29 February 2020 at shopping centres countrywide. The theme ‘Hope 2020’ is apt, as participants will be giving ‘Hope’ to cancer Survivors and loved ones, by showing solidarity with them in the fight against cancer as they stencil, spray or shave their hair. Invite 20 people to join the fun event in the year 2020!
Posted on 9 Dec 2019
We thank our ALL Shavathon Online Fundraising Champions, who raised funds through their fundraising pages.
Posted on 1 Dec 2019
This web page contains some of the best pics of Shavathon 2019. View the full gallery on our national Facebook page. Please note that each CANSA Care Centre has its on Facebook Page where local pics of Shavathon events were posted.
Posted on 26 Nov 2019
Vershano is very sickly and spends most of his time in hospital, but he wanted to give back to those who were fighting cancer, so he donated his hair to CANSA to be used to make a wig for those in need.
Posted on 20 Oct 2019
I spent Saturday 5 October 2019 at Wonderboom National Airport with the wonderful ‘Little Annie’ Antonov family where they flew disadvantaged children as well as some children who had cancer.One of the ideas was to cut volunteer passengers’ hair whilst the aircraft was flying and this was undertaken by two local hairstylists Sue van den Bergh and Henry Wakefield who had Veronica Hewett and Kayleigh Weiss seated in deck chairs for the exercise.
Posted on 12 Oct 2019