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We are proud to announce that our Integrated Report was named the 2019 winner in the NPO category of the JSE Chartered Secretaries Integrated Awards ceremony hosted at Montecasino last night.“Sea Rescue is a peoples organisation, we are accountable to our donors, volunteers, staff, stakeholders and beneficiaries. Our Integrated Report is an expression and disclosure to everyone that we are open to scrutiny to ensure that with reference to Drowning Prevention we stand to our vision of saving lives, changing lives and creating futures in South Africa' says CEO, Dr. Cleeve Robertson.The Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa Integrated Reporting Awards are the leading awards of their kind in the Southern African business fraternity. The Awards are co-hosted by the JSE Limited who have partnered with CSSA for the past 20 years. More and more organisations are adopting an integrated approach to their financial and non-financial reporting to provide a clearer perspective of their business performance, prospects and impact on stakeholders. As more and more companies realise that their integrated report is an important communication tool to key stakeholders, the interest in the Awards grows. The Awards, started 62 years ago by CSSA, aim to encourage solid financial and non-financial reporting and full disclosure of information to all stakeholders of the Southern African business fraternity and other key stakeholders. The Awards allow organisations to be measured against their peers and offers the opportunity to develop and instil sound reporting practice through the valuable feedback provided by experienced judges. With the adoption of the King lV report, the Integrated Reporting Awards have been given greater impetus.Once again, a massive thank you to everyone involved in producing our award-winning Integrated Report. A special word of thanks to all the photographers who so generously donated their work and to DHL for printing our report pro-bono as well as Investor Sense, Fresh Identity and Kilgetty Statutory Services.If you would like to read our report, click below: worked with us to ensure that our reporting is in line with industry standards and thank you to Fresh Identity studio who once again brought the report to life with their design. Althea Nutt and Megan Hughes (NSRI) with Chris Wilson our pro-bono Company Secretary from Kilgetty Statutory ServicesThank you to the Indaba Hotel, Conference Centre and Spa, for once again sponsoring our accommodation, we appreciate it.
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