Corporate Social Investment

Highway Group is passionate about making a contribution towards the youth, education and the development of our country. As a corporate citizen, we are continuously adapting our CSI strategies to make a valuable contribution in areas that can impact on the lives of people in a sustainable way. The Corporate Social Investment programmes at Highway Group are focused on two key areas:

  • Skills development and support for the local community through:
    (i) youth development and sponsorship of local sports tournaments,
    (ii) donation of computer equipment to local schools and libraries
    (iii) sponsorship of youth choirs
  • Environmental Sustainability through sustainable business and property maintenance’ practices


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