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                     ANNUAL REPORT
                                                                                    Annual Report 2007   01


An Extraordinary Hospital for Africa’s Children                                              /02
The Vision and Mission of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
The nature of services provided by the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
Specially mandated services
A centre of learning
Patients come from far and wide
The role of outreach
Demands on the Hospital

The Children’s Hospital Trust                                                               /05
The Children’s Hospital Trust Vision
The Role of the Children’s Hospital Trust
Governance of the Children’s Hospital Trust

The Year in Review                                                                           /07
The Chairman’s Message
The CEO’s Message

Trust Projects and Programmes                                                                /10

Financial Review                                                                             /18
Independent Auditor’s Report
Income Statement
Balance Sheet
Statement of Changes in Trust Fund
Cash Flow Statement
Notes to Financial Statements
Detailed Income Statement
Income Pie Chart
Income and Expenditure Graph

Donations Review                                                                             /36
Developing long-term relationships – Trusts and Foundations
Eventful Fundraising

Donor Report                                                                                 /38
Major Supporters
Event Supporters

Getting Our Children Home Where They Belong                                                  /46

Trust Our Team                                                                               /50

Board of Trustees, Patrons and Committee Members                                             /51
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                                                                               The Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital
                    An Extraordinary Hospital
                      for Africa’s Children                                      Vision
                                                                                 The Red Cross War Memorial
                                                                                 Children’s Hospital strives to be a
                                                                                 leader in specialised health care
                                                                                 for children.

                                                                                 To be a leading national specialist
                                                                                 children’s hospital providing
                                                                                 quality health care to our clients,
                                                                                 as well as valuing and advancing
                                                                                 the frontiers of child health.


                                                                                                                       The idea to build the Red Cross War Memorial
                                                                                                                       Children’s Hospital goes back to the Second World
                                                                                                                       War when a group of South African soldiers of all
                                                                                                                       races resolved that when they returned home, they
                                                                                                                       would create a place of healing in honour of their
                                                                                                                       fallen comrades. They contributed part of their salary
                                                                                                                       to a special fund and once back on South African
                                                                                                                       soil, planned the Hospital together with the Red
                                                                                                                       Cross Society and Cape Provincial Government. The
                                                                                                                       Hospital had relatively humble beginnings when
                                                                                                                       it opened in 1956, but today, 52 years on, it is a
                                                                                                                       cornerstone of paediatric health care in southern Africa
                                                                                                                       – not only treating extremely sick children with great
                                                                                                                       success, empathy and commitment, but, importantly,
                                                                                                                       training others to treat them as well.

                                                                                                                       THE NATURE OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE
                                                                                                                       RED CROSS WAR MEMORIAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

                                                                                                                       The Hospital provides comprehensive specialist
                                                                                                                       services for children. The staff of this Hospital
                                                                                                                       function as a team in delivering these specialist
                                                                                                                       services. In other words, the services are child-
            “ E V E RY C H I L D B E G I N S T H E W O R L D AG A I N. . . ”                                           centred, completely integrated and absolutely age-
                                                                                                                       appropriate. Teaching, training and research are
                                  – HENRY DAVID THOREAU –                                                              fundamental elements of these services, as is constant
                                                                                                                       medical self-audit and critical clinical evaluation.
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    HIGHLY SPECIALISED SERVICES                                PATIENTS COME FROM FAR AND WIDE                                The Children’s Hospital Trust
    The Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital is the      The Hospital’s young patients come from throughout
    regional centre for cardiac surgery in children. Some      South Africa and from countries beyond its borders.
    quaternary (highly specialised) surgical procedures,       The vast majority are from poor and marginalised
    such as liver transplantation, are performed at the        communities and approximately one third of the
    Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital which is        children are under a year old.
    a national centre. In respect of public sector patients,
    renal transplants, complex paediatric neurosurgery         THE ROLE OF OUTREACH
    and cancer surgery is provided almost entirely by the
    Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.                Despite the great demand on the Hospital’s services,
                                                               the professional staff manage to run an active
    In the Western Cape almost all complex surgery in          programme of outreach, transferring paediatric skills
    the public sector done on children under the age of        to fellow specialists in large regional hospitals – both
    5 years, and almost all the surgery done on children       in the Western Cape and in neighbouring provinces.
    under the age of 2 years, is performed at the Red          In addition, the Hospital is something of an umbilical
    Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and Tygerberg       cord to many doctors and specialists throughout
    Hospital.                                                  southern Africa in the sense that it provides telephonic
                                                               advice and support on the diagnosis and treatment of
    A CENTRE OF LEARNING                                       really complex cases. This service applies to doctors
                                                               working in both the public and private sectors. Even
    In association with the University of Cape Town’s          the general public has direct access to the Hospital
    Health Sciences Faculty, the Hospital is a major centre    through its invaluable Poison Centre hotline.
    of learning, with the School of Child and Adolescent
    Health (SCAH) on campus. A wide range of paediatric        DEMANDS ON THE HOSPITAL
    disciplines is taught and important medical research
    into the diseases of childhood is done at the Hospital.    But while the Hospital does much to restore health
    This is particularly relevant because it is research set   and maintain hope, the number of patients needing
    in the South African context and, as such, contributes     its services and the number of parents needing
    to the advancement of children’s health in developing      comfort and guidance grows steadily every year.
    countries worldwide.                                       250 000 patients were treated and approximately
                                                               8 000 operations were performed during the past year

                                                                                                                           “ L E T U S P U T O U R M I N D S TO G E T H E R A N D S E E
                                                                                                                          W H AT L I F E W E C A N M A K E F O R O U R C H I L D R E N. ”
                                                                                                                                                   – SITTING BULL –
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                                                                                                                                             The Year in Review
       The vision of the Children’s Hospital
       Trust is to support the Red Cross
       War Memorial Children’s Hospital
       in order to ensure that it maintains
       its status as the centre of world
       class excellence in children’s health
       care, training and research on the
       African continent.


    The Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital                 The Trust has a long record of outstanding
    is funded by Government, which pays its annual                 administration, project management and donor
    operational costs, an amount of nearly R300 million.           stewardship. It is guided by its own Governance
    The Children’s Hospital Trust is an independent charity        Charter, which provides all stakeholders with written
    and the official fundraising arm of the Red Cross War           guidelines on the effective and efficient administration
    Memorial Children’s Hospital, proudly assisting it             of the Trust itself. This comprehensive document aligns
    for more than a decade to upgrade and maintain its             the Trust with best business practices recommended
    buildings and equipment. The Trust does not fund the           in the King 2 Report. The Charter also sets out the
    operational costs of the Hospital such as staff salaries       requirements for the meticulous financial control of
    or utility bills. The Trust is a non-profit organisation that   all funds placed in its care, determines the objectives
    relies on the benevolence of donors to realise its aims        to achieve best possible donor stewardship, describes
    and objectives. It enjoys a record of sound financial           the working relationship between the Trust and its
    administration, good governance and through careful            main partners and ensures that fundraising initiatives
    planning, is able to assure donors that every last cent        are always aligned to the Trust’s mandate and to the
    donated is spent on improving the Hospital.                    Hospital’s own priorities.

    Over the past 14 years, the Trust has raised over              An evolving governance structure was approved
    R300 million in funds to address many pressing needs,          by the Board in 2007. This is to align the Trust
    but much has yet to be done. Many challenges still face        with its strategic objectives. New Sub-Committees
    the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and             were agreed to in 2007 including a Programme
    these must be addressed if it is to maintain its interna-      Committee to fully interpret the Hospitals needs, an
    tional reputation as a centre for paediatric excellence.       Audit and Risk Committee, an Investment Committee
    The multi-disciplinary approach and whole child care,          and a Remuneration Committee. Each will have an
    the special equipment needed for the smallest of               appropriate number of Trustees serving on it, together
    children and keeping up to date with modern paediatric         with members of the community who have the relevant
    medicine are all integral to saving children’s lives. The      expertise and the generosity of spirit to give their time.
    Trust continues to play its part in making this possible.      This will ensure that the Trust maintains the highest
                                                                   standards of financial control and accountability in          D O N ’ T C O U N T E V E R Y H O U R I N T H E D A Y, M A K E
                                                                   dealing with donor funding.
                                                                                                                                        E V E R Y H O U R I N T H E D A Y C O U N T. ”
                                                                   (Trustees, Patrons and Committee members listed
                                                                   on pages 51 – 53)                                                                  – ENGLISH PROVERB –
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                            THE CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE                                                                               THE CEO’S MESSAGE

                            The Children’s Hospital Trust has developed into a successful and effective institution over the     Upon returning to the Children’s Hospital Trust in March 2007 to take up the reins, I anticipated
                            past number of years, and 2007 was a particularly important year in that progression. The            and found that the Trust remained as it has always been – an innovative and forward-thinking
                            year started with the arrival of Nicky Bishop to take up the post of Chief Executive Officer, seven   organisation.
                            years after she had left the Trust to work at WWF in the UK. The experience and expertise she
                            has brought with her has taken the Trust to its next level of development.                           On my first day, the building work on the Operating Theatre Complex began, after the successful
                                                                                                                                 completion of the biggest fundraising campaign that the Trust had ever undertaken. It was
                            In this she has been greatly assisted by the grant given to us by The Kresge Foundation in the       both humbling and inspirational to witness the conclusion of the campaign and the start of the
                            United States. These funds have enabled us to build up our infrastructure, as well as develop        construction. Within a month there was a children’s circus party held at the Hospital for donors
  Chris Niland – Chairman   and increase our staff. No doubt Nicky and Kresge will have a huge influence in the success of        and the supporters we had received so much from in funds and media support. The fantastic                 Nicky Bishop – CEO
                            the Trust, now and in the future.                                                                    children’s Zip Zap Circus was there to entertain, and the MEC for Health to add the thanks of
                                                                                                                                 Government to our donors for their commitment.
                            In 2007 the Trust registered as a charity in the UK with the Charity Commission. Being a
                            respected, as well as local and internationally renowned hospital, means that the Red Cross          To see the continued love that the community at large, from all walks of life has for this Hospital,
                            War Memorial Children’s Hospital can benefit from those wishing to help in the UK.                    is a testament to the care that children, treated by outstanding professionals, receive here.

                            The Children’s Hospital Foundation was also formed in 2007. The aim of the Foundation is to          Also, the staff at the Trust, Trustees and Patrons have a thread of continuity running through
                            provide funds from an invested portfolio, to its only beneficiary, the Children’s Hospital Trust.     them, together with fresh impetus too, which is a great combination. With the most welcome
                            In May, R59.6 million was donated by the Trust to the Foundation, the result of three legacies       support of this great team of people, I have spent 2007 putting into place a five-year strategy
                            being invested over the years. This body has a separate Board of Trustees and its funds are          and the means to deliver it. Again, a combination of continuity in supporting the Hospital, and
                            managed by Investec. It will continue to be the recipient of undesignated legacy funds, which        looking beyond to new things – to assist the delivery of training and research, both within the
                            in turn yields an income stream for the Children’s Hospital Trust. This measure will help secure     Hospital and beyond in community areas and other African countries.
                            ongoing stability and sustainability for the Trust and the programmes it funds, while also acting
                            as a reserve for the charity.                                                                        In researching the needs that the Trust could possibly help with, it has been fascinating to visit
                                                                                                                                 the essential step-down facilities that the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital relies
                            Legacies or bequests are an increasingly important part of the Trust’s income. There is no           upon – St Joseph’s which cares for many of the long term cancer patients and Sarah Fox, which
                            greater gift than to leave an organisation a legacy for preserving its future. The first Children’s   is the home where many of the Burns Unit patients stay. They are separate organisations, yet
                            Hospital Trust Legacy brochure, specially created for informing any interested parties, was          integrally linked to the Hospital, and provide exceptional service to our children. Listening
                            launched in 2007.                                                                                    to the aims of the Government to strengthen outlying healthcare services, how this helps the
                                                                                                                                 Hospital to focus on the most complex and serious cases, has been very useful too, and I am
                            The increasing activity of the Trust and the Foundation and the increase in income and assets        grateful to all those who took time to input and educate me.
                            under management, as set out in the Financial Statements, brought with them a need for new
                            structures, and new talents to support those structures. The Board of the Trust has always           The Trust has continued to raise funds in 2007 and we achieved over R40 million income in
                            insisted, not only on good governance, but on the best governance. Accordingly, a formal             one year for the first time in our history. I offer my sincere thanks to each and every one who
                            Audit and Risk Committee has been formed, and held its first meeting in 2007. Independent             has supported the children through the Trust in 2007, whether it be through funds, services, the
                            people with the required experience and expertise have been invited to serve on this committee.      gift of time, expertise or any combination of the above. (Please see pages 40 – 45 for specific
                            Again, in the interest of good governance, the Board of the Children’s Hospital Foundation is        reference). To the dedicated staff who have embraced change exceptionally well, and at a
                            independent of the Trust, and people with the particular skills required for the purposes of the     great pace, I say thank you and well done!
                            Foundation have been asked to serve on that Board, under the chairmanship of John Bester,
                            who for years has overseen the finances of the Trust so ably.

                            The Trust is not only the fundraising arm of the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital – it
                            has become a development Trust as well. It has overseen all the buildings erected with donor
                            funds. It is project-managing a number of training projects in partnership with the Hospital and     Nicky Bishop
                            the University of Cape Town. It assists in planning developments, and is the catalyst for others.    CEO
                            In adopting these roles, the Trust ensures that donor funds are spent to the best advantage of
                            child health, and that full benefit is received for each and every Rand donated.

                            I wish to record my thanks once again to those Trustees, Patrons and many others who have
                            given the Trust unwavering good council over the years. Also to our many donors, both here
                            and overseas, who help this Trust to function as it should for the good of future generations of
                            children. We could not do this without you.

                            CB Niland
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                                                     Trust Projects and Programmes

                                                     Other projects have also been planned, resource                  were formed for this innovative project, which will       6   WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP – THE FAMILY
                                                     secured and initiated in 2007. All these projects were           enhance the capacity of specialist skills in other            RESOURCE CENTRE
                                                     identified and prioritised by the Hospital itself and are         countries. This has been generously funded by an
                                                     included in the Hospital’s current strategic plan.               American philanthropic organisation for five years             The Hospital is the product of many organisations
                                                                                                                      and provides a platform for the Hospital to help              coming together for the promotion of child health,
                                                     1   EQUIPPING THE OPERATING THEATRES                             other parts of our continent.                                 and in 2007 we were pleased to partner with the
                                                                                                                                                                                    Friends of the Children’s Hospital Association. They
                                                         The new Operating Theatre Complex needs a                                                                                  have been providing care for patients and their
                                                         significant amount of state-of-the-art equipment                                                                            families for over 30 years, and we’re excited to
The year started with the exceptionally successful
                                                         to realise the vision of a modern operating theatre                                                                        announce that a collaboration with the Hospital, the
Investec Art Benefit, which was the conception
                                                         complex. This will cost over R55 million and will                                                                          Trust and the Friends has resulted in a new project.
of Amanda Bloch, Patron of the Children’s
                                                         contain a new Central Processing Department
Hospital Trust. A superb evening saw many works
                                                         (CPD), a system that enables the fine, specialist                                                                           Creating a place where the families of sick children
of art being auctioned to guests at the dinner,
                                                         instruments needed for each theatre to be put                                                                              can gain information about their child’s condition
brought together by Amanda and Linda Givon
                                                         together after sterilising and sent to the area                                                                            or illness, offer support for parents, carers, siblings,
of the Goodman Gallery, whose procurement of
                                                         required as a pack ready for use. The Department                                                                           and provide a place to wait for transport has long
the art was pivotal to the success of the event.
                                                         of Health of the Western Cape has provided                                                                                 been the dream of the Friends of the Children’s
This event, together with the public campaign,
                                                         part of the funds for this first-world system to be                                                                         Hospital Association. This dream started becoming
ensured that the full amount needed to start
                                                         implemented. Rapid progress in health sciences                                                                             a reality in 2007 as a suitable space was identified,
building the new Operating Theatre Complex
                                                         and medical technology has brought with it vastly        3   NURSES PAEDIATRIC TRAINING PROGRAMME                          planning for the conversion took place and generous
was raised and building could begin.
                                                         improved diagnostic and treatment modalities.                                                                              commitments from donors were gained.
                                                         Modern medical equipment enhances efficiencies                One of the major health scarcities is that of
                                                         and improves surgical outcomes.                              specialist paediatric nursing skills. In 2007 funding     7   WARD UPGRADE
                                                                                                                      was secured from the Harry Crossley Foundation to
                                                         Work on identifying the major items needed for               back two programmes for post graduate paediatric              The Trust is project-managing an ongoing
                                                         each specialist theatre is well on the way. Funding          nurses; courses for ICU and specialist training,              programme of ward upgrading jointly funded by
                                                         for equipment has been generously given by many              again implemented by UCT. In 2008 these will                  the Provincial Government of the Western Cape
                                                         donors and has enabled the Hospital to start                 enable 23 nurses to have a year’s training whilst             and the Trust. The surgical step-down ward D2 is
                                                         planning.                                                    working on site. In addition to Red Cross War                 the first to be done.
                                                                                                                      Memorial Children’s Hospital nursing staff, there
                                                                                                                      will be nurses from the Eastern Cape and Kenya            8   WINNING AWARDS
                                                                                                                      who will participate and return to their hospitals
                                                                                                                      with a new qualification.                                      In November some esteemed philanthropists to the
February saw the successful completion of the                                                                                                                                       Trust received recognition for their contributions to
Operating Theatre Complex Appeal, with                                                                            4   INFECTIOUS DISEASES CLINIC                                    the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital at
R70 million raised to build eight theatres (double                                                                                                                                  the inaugural Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards. The
the current capacity), designed to a standard                                                                         The need was identified to create a designated area            Ackerman family, who has supported the Hospital
certain to improve the surgical outcomes for                                                                          for children requiring outpatient care for conditions         for over 50 years, received a Family Award.
children far into the future. Building began                                                                          such as serious infectious diseases, diabetes and             Mr Raymond Ackerman gave the lead gift of
on 12 March 2007. Construction over the                                                                               Endochrinological disorders. HIV is a pandemic                R4 million for the new operating theatres, which
year progressed well and remained on track in                                                                         that has impacted upon the needs of the Hospital,             started the high-profile campaign and was matched
terms of both timing and budget. Co-operation                                                                         with secondary illnesses such as TB increasing. As a          by others. His family has also generously supported
between the contractors and the Hospital staff has   2   AFRICAN PAEDIATRIC FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME                      result, the work already being done by the Hospital           the Hospital and staff throughout 2007, culminating
been outstanding, allowing existing operations                                                                        will, we hope, be consolidated in one area in this            in a wonderful series of Christmas gifts, in a surprise
to keep running whilst the new building goes up          This is a new initiative for the Trust and aims to           new facility.                                                 handover that was enjoyed by the Hospital nurses.
adjacent to the existing theatres.                       bring paediatricians from other African countries
                                                         to train at the Hospital. A programme, run by            5   UPGRADING THE HOSPITAL LECTURE THEATRE                        Other Children’s Hospital Trust award winners
                                                         the University of Cape Town (UCT), identifies                                                                               included Amanda Bloch, a Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                         specialists to come to the Red Cross War Memorial            As a centre for teaching in the Hospital, this facility       Patron and Vivien Cohen, who spent much of 2006
                                                         Children’s Hospital for periods of up to two years           has been in need of an upgrade to encompass                   combining their passion for art and children. The
                                                         to give them further skills, which they will take back       modern techniques and replace out-of-date                     Investec Art Benefit, an annual event founded by
                                                         to their institutions. Partnerships with University          infrastructure. A generous donor has agreed to                Amanda Bloch, raised R3.5 million for the campaign
                                                         academic hospitals in Kenya, Malawi and Uganda               support this and the work will take place in 2008.            in February 2007.
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    9    THE BIG PICTURE                                             3)   Supporting outside facilities that support/work with
                                                                          the Hospital. This could be a secondary level health          base, and the production of Management Informa-
         A proposed new hospital for children in Gauteng,                 clinic where skilled staff from the Hospital go to help       tion Reports,
         as outlined by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund,               train staff in child health care, or supporting the
         has received a warm welcome. We believe it can                   step-down facilities where the Hospital’s patients        •   moving the IT server to become independent of
         only be good to have another hospital dedicated                  on long-term treatment are accommodated, or                   outside IT support,
         to helping the sickest children in the north of the              funding research and finding solutions to childhood
         country. The Children’s Hospital Trust has served                diseases in the African context.                          •   the website was redesigned to be more user-friendly
         on the Steering Committee for the new project and                                                                              with up-to-date information,
         the Hospital staff have greatly assisted. It highlights          This three-pronged strategy broadens the ways
         the need for more facilities for children, and with              in which the Trust can help both the Hospital and         •   integrating various, previously unconnected systems
         over 50 years experience, the Hospital has a special             support those it relies upon, as well as to develop           between finance and fundraising,
         role supporting this project in Johannesburg.                    the skills so needed in South Africa. Beyond this,
                                                                          the role of the Children’s Hospital Trust in serving as   •   adding staff and agencies to implement the broader
    10 STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILDREN’S                            a catalyst to develop new and sustainable initiatives         overall strategy.
       HOSPITAL TRUST                                                     adds a further dimension that the Trust brings to
                                                                          helping children in need.                                     The Children’s Hospital Trust would like to thank all
         The R70 million fundraising campaign brought                                                                                   those who have been involved in the development
         back donors who had supported the institution               11 SUPPORTING THE NEW STRATEGY – DEVELOPING                        of the new strategy, and whose hard work and
         for many years and, in addition to this, new                   THE BUSINESS                                                    dedication throughout 2007 have made the
         constituencies – in particular, international funders                                                                          strategy’s implementation a reality.
         from the United States and Europe. With the swell                To achieve its five-year strategic objectives, the
         of support and the operating theatres building                   Children’s Hospital Trust needed to identify suitable
         programme underway, there was an opportunity to                  programmes and to secure ongoing funding.
         evaluate the Hospital’s future needs in order to see
         how the Trust could play a role in meeting them.                 One of the ways to deliver greater, ongoing funding
         The Trust’s strategy must be in line with that of the            has been initiated by the Trust’s support from
         overall health plan.                                             The Kresge Foundation. 2007 was the second
                                                                          year of a five-year programme of Kresge funding
         The Provincial Health Department’s objectives for                to the Trust. This United States-based Foundation’s
         2010 are embodied in its Comprehensive Service                   overall objective is to grow individual philanthropy
         Plan (CSP), and one of the main goals is to improve              in South Africa, for the betterment of communities.
         outreach into communities. The Hospital’s strategy               The Trust is one of only five recipients in the country
         for the same period supports this by ensuring that               and the only non-university institution to receive a
         the sickest children are treated at the Red Cross War            grant.
         Memorial Children’s Hospital, where complex and
         specialised interventions can be fully resourced.                The Trust invested in starting a new marketing
                                                                          programme in 2007 to attract as many new donors
         The Five-Year Strategic Plan for the Children’s                  as possible, and to build long-term relationships
         Hospital Trust has identified three main ways in                  with them while cementing ties with current and
         which it can support these plans:                                past supporters.

    1)   Continuing to maintain and enhance the physical                  This has required significant change within the
         infrastructure of the Hospital to best help its patients,        Children’s Hospital Trust in 2007:
         their families and the Hospital’s staff.
                                                                     •    adaptation of the Trust’s traditional marketing and
    2)   Supporting paediatric specialist training, which                 communication activities to be encompassed within
         enables the skills base within the Hospital, across              the new plans,
         the country and indeed the continent, to be
         maintained and improved. The African Paediatric             •    a new corporate identity,
         Fellowship Programme is the pioneering example
         of such an initiative.                                      •    infrastructural investment in developing the data-
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18 The Childrens Hospital Trust                                                                                                                                  Annual Report 2007      19

                                                              JOHN BESTER, FEBRUARY 2008 TREASURER, THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL TRUST

                                  Financial Review            The Children’s Hospital Trust has for the year ending 31 December 2007, recorded its most successful year since
                                                              its inception in 1994. Donations received amounted to R41,0 million (2006: R27,2 million). Interest income
                                                              received totalled R8,5 million (2006: R5,2 million). Further gains arising during the year included the realised
                                                              gain on the disposal of available for sale investments in the amount of R26,3 million (2006: R4,8 million). Thus
                                                              the total income received by the Trust during 2007 amounted to R78,6 million (2006: R38,1 million). This is a truly
                                                              remarkable achievement and far surpasses any of the preceding years.

                                                              The administrative and other operating expenses were kept within budget and amounted to R5,6 million (2006:
                                                              R4,5 million). An amount of R19,9 million (2006: R14,7 million) was expended on capital projects on behalf of
                                                              the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital as the Beneficiary of the Trust. This was mainly paid in respect of
                                                              the O.P.E.R.A.T.I.O.N Theatre campaign. A cost to income ratio of 11,2% (2006: 14,0%) was achieved during the
                                                              year. In the previous year, the higher ratio was attributable to capacity building expenditure which was expended
                                                              to expand the Trust’s fundraising capability in future years. The result of this investment is now being seen in the
                                                              increase in donations received by the Trust. The funds under management are managed on the same stringent
                                                              controls that have been implemented throughout the history of the Trust.

                                                              The Trust continues to operate on the basis that all donations received are applied to the development initiatives
                                                              and that none of the donated money is used to cover any of the office and administrative expenses. These expenses
                                                              continue to be funded out of the efficient management of the funds received and from separate investments
                                                              established for this purpose.

                                                              The Children’s Hospital Trust donated the assets under management, arising from prior bequests received in
                                                              previous years which were not designated to any specific project in the Hospital nor asked for by the Hospital, to
                                                              the newly-created Foundation Trust. The original bequest of R11 million and two more, accumulated over the years
                                                              to R58,6 million, which was transferred to the Foundation Trust. This Annual Report does not include the Annual
                                                              Financial Statements of the Foundation Trust, which are available upon request.

                                                              The Trust maintains the principles of Good Corporate Standards as advocated in terms of Good Corporate
                                                              Governance for South Africa and conducts its business with discipline, transparency, integrity, responsibility and
                                                              accountability to ensure a justifiable long-term future for the Trust and that this is in the best interest of all of its
                                                              stakeholders. The Board of Trustees retains the effective control over the Trust, assuming the ultimate responsibility
                                                              and accountability for the proper management of risks and opportunities as well as the performance of the Trust.
                                                              The Board of Trustees is chaired by an Independent Non-Executive Trustee and has thirteen Independent Trustees
                                                              all appointed in terms of the Trust Deed. The Trust Charter is regularly reviewed.

                                                              The Executive Committee of the Trust, comprising of the CEO and a number of Trustees, meets every second
                                                              week and reviews, inter alia, the Financial Reports of the Trust on a monthly basis, as well as the various other
                                                              operations. The Systems and Controls within the Trust are regularly reviewed.

                                                          John Bester

                                     – JOHN F KENNEDY –
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    Independent Auditor’s Report                           TO THE TRUSTEES OF THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL TRUST                 Balance Sheet            FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                                                                                                                                           Note(s)        2007           2006
    We have audited the annual financial statements of the Children’s Hospital Trust, which comprise, the balance
    sheet as at 31 December 2007, the income statement, the statement of changes in trust funds and cash flow                                                                                                 R’              R’
    statement for the year then ended, a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory notes, as
    set out on page 25.
    TRUSTEES’ RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS                                                                   NON-CURRENT ASSETS                                                         131 921     49 781 185
                                                                                                                            Available-for-sale investments                                   4                -    49 781 185
    The Trustee’s are responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance
    with South African Statements of Generally Accepted Accounting Practice. This responsibility includes: designing,       Property, plant and equipment                                    3         130 921                -
    implementing and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of financial             Investment in Children’s Hospital Foundation                     14           1 000               -
    statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error; selecting and applying
    appropriate accounting policies; and making accounting estimates that are reasonable in the circumstances.              CURRENT ASSETS                                                           85 383 028    64 240 852
                                                                                                                            Related party loan                                               14        339 196                -
    AUDITOR’S RESPONSIBILITY                                                                                                Trade and other receivables                                      5        1 150 268       195 968

    Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. Except as described        Cash and cash equivalents                                        6       83 893 564    64 044 884
    in the qualification paragraph, we conducted our audit in accordance with International Standards on Auditing.
                                                                                                                            TOTAL ASSETS                                                             85 514 949   114 022 037
    Those standards require that we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain
    reasonable assurance whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement.
                                                                                                                            Funds and Liabilities

    An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the               FUNDS                                                                    85 017 003   113 577 137
    financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgement, including the assessment of             Capital donations                                                        69 509 093    82 771 823
    the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk      Fair value reserve - available-for-sale investment                                -    18 653 619
    assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of
                                                                                                                            Accumulated funds                                                        15 507 910    12 151 695
    the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for
    the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. An audit also includes      CURRENT LIABILITIES
    evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made
                                                                                                                            Trade and other payables                                         7         497 946        444 900
    by the directors, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements.
                                                                                                                            TOTAL FUNDS AND LIABILITIES                                              85 514 949   114 022 037
    We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit

    In common with similar organisations, it is not feasible for the Trust to institute accounting controls over cash
    collections from donations and fundraising activities prior to the initial recording of this income in the accounting
    records. Accordingly, it was impractical for us to extend our examination beyond the receipts actually recorded.


    In our opinion, except for the effect of such adjustments, if any, as might have been determined necessary had we
    been able to satisfy ourselves as to the completeness of cash collections, the financial statements present fairly, in
    all material respects, the financial position of the Trust as of 31 December 2007, and its financial performance
    and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with South African Statements of Generally Accepted
    Accounting Practice.


    The supplementary schedule set out on page 25 does not form part of the annual financial statements and is
    presented as additional information. We have not audited this schedule and accordingly we do not express an
    opinion thereon.

    Ernst & Young Inc.                                                                                     August 2008
    REGISTERED AUDITOR                                                                                      Cape Town
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    Income Statement                  FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007                                        Changes in Trust Funds                   FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                           2007          2007            2007            2006                                                                   Fair value reserve
                                           Note(s)     Beneficiary    Operating            Total                                                                       Capital     – available-for-   Accumulated
                                                                                                                                                                    donations    sale investments          funds          Total
                                                               R’            R’             R’              R’
                                                                                                                                                                           R’                   R’            R’             R’

     REVENUE                                          40 045 836     8 833 560     48 879 396      33 308 952
     Donations received                      8        39 430 356     1 575 945     41 006 301      27 203 560    BALANCE AT 01 JANUARY 2006                       64 312 546         11 193 989      11 852 641     87 359 176

     Dividends received                                         -      430 715        430 715         918 014    Surplus for the year                             18 459 277                     -      299 054     18 758 331

     Interest received                       8           615 480     6 826 900      7 442 380       5 187 378    Realised gain on available-for-sale
                                                                                                                 investments reclassified to the income                      -        (4 802 304)               -    (4 802 304)
     OTHER INCOME                                     27 280 133              -    27 280 133       4 802 304    statement
     Profit on disposal of available-for-                                      -                                  Unrealised fair value gains on available-for-
                                                       1 016 411                    1 016 411       4 802 304                                                               -        12 261 934                -    12 261 934
     sale investments                                                                                            sale investments
     Realised gain on disposal of                                                                                BALANCE AT 01 JANUARY 2007                       82 771 823         18 653 619      12 151 695    113 577 137
     available-for-sale investments                   26 263 722              -    26 263 722                -   (Deficit)/surplus for the year                   (13 262 730)                    -    3 356 215     (9 906 515)
     reclassified from equity                                                                                     Realised gain on available-for-sale
                                                                                                                 investments reclassified to the income                      -       (26 263 722)               -   (26 263 722)
     TOTAL INCOME                                     67 325 969     8 833 560     76 159 529      38 111 256
     EXPENSES                                                                                                    Unrealised fair value gains on available-for-
                                                                                                                                                                            -         7 610 103                -     7 610 103
                                                                                                                 sale investments
     Beneficiaries expenses                           (19 950 975)             -   (19 950 975)    (14 694 658)
                                                                                                                 BALANCE AT 31 DECEMBER 2007                      69 509 093                     -   15 507 910     85 017 003
     Operating expenses                                         -   (5 477 345)    (5 477 345)     (4 481 900)
     Finance cost                                               -             -               -      (176 367)
     Donation to the Children’s
                                             14      (60 637 724)             -   (60 637 724)               -
     Hospital Foundation Trust

     TOTAL EXPENSES                                  (80 588 699)   (5 477 345)   (86 066 044)    (19 352 925)

     (De cit)/surplus for the year           9       (13 262 730)    3 356 215     (9 906 515)     18 758 331
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    Cash Flow Statement                    FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2007                                Notes to the Annual Financial Statements                                     AT 31 DECEMBER 2007

                                                                     Note(s)           2007           2006
                                                                                                              1   PRESENTATION OF ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
                                                                                          R’             R’
                                                                                                                  The annual financial statements have been prepared        •   the cost of the item can be measured reliably.
                                                                                                                  in accordance with South African Statements of
     CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES                                                                         Generally Accepted Accounting Practice.           The        Costs include costs incurred initially to acquire or
     Cash generated from operations                                    12        13 700 318      6 135 654        annual financial statements have been prepared on             construct an item of property, plant and equipment
                                                                                                                  the historical cost basis, except for the measurement        and costs incurred subsequently to add to, replace
     Interest income                                                              7 442 380      5 187 378
                                                                                                                  of certain financial instruments at fair value, and           part of, or service it. If a replacement cost is
     Dividends received                                                             430 715        918 014        incorporate the principal accounting policies set            recognised in the carrying amount of an item
     Finance costs                                                                         -      (176 367)       out below.                                                   of property, plant and equipment, the carrying
                                                                                                                                                                               amount of the replaced part is derecognised.
     NET CASH FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES                                          21 573 413     12 064 679        These accounting policies are consistent with the            Assets donated are initially recognised at a deemed
                                                                                                                  previous year except as follows:                             cost, being the fair value of the asset on the date
     CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES                                                                                                                                      of acquisition.
     Purchase of property, plant and equipment                                      (58 389)              -       The Trust adopted the following new and amended
     Loans advanced to related party                                              (339 196)               -       interpretations during the year. Adoption of these           Property, plant and equipment is carried at cost
                                                                                                                  revised standards and interpretations did not have           less accumulated depreciation and any impairment
     Acquisition of available-for-sale investments                               (3 565 830)   (22 725 878)
                                                                                                                  an effect on the financial performance or position of         losses.
     Proceeds on disposal of available-for-sale investments                       2 246 128     19 189 396        the Trust. They did however give rise to additional
                                                                                                                  disclosure, including in some cases, revision to             Depreciation is provided on all property, plant and
     NET CASH FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES                                          (1 717 287)    (3 536 482)
                                                                                                                  accounting policies.                                         equipment, to write down the cost, less residual
     TOTAL CASH MOVEMENT FOR THE PERIOD                                          19 856 126      8 528 197                                                                     value, on a straight line basis over their useful lives
                                                                                                                  •    IFRS 7 Financial Instruments: Disclosure                as follows:
     Cash at the beginning of the period                                         64 044 884     55 380 185
     Effect of exchange rate movement on cash balances                               (7 446)       136 502        •    IAS 1 Amendments – Presentation of financial             Item                             Average useful life
                                                                                                                       statements                                              Computers                                  3 years
     TOTAL CASH AT END OF THE PERIOD                                    6        83 893 564     64 044 884                                                                     Furniture and fittings                      6 years
                                                                                                              1.1 SIGNIFICANT JUDGEMENTS
                                                                                                                                                                               The residual value and the useful life of each
                                                                                                                  In preparing the annual financial statements,                 asset is reviewed at each financial year-end. The
                                                                                                                  the Trustees are required to make estimates and              depreciation charge for each period is recognised
                                                                                                                  assumptions that affect the amounts represented              in profit or loss. An item of property, plant and
                                                                                                                  in the annual financial statements and related                equipment is derecognised on disposal, or when
                                                                                                                  disclosures. Use of available information and                no future economic benefits are expected from its
                                                                                                                  the application of judgements are inherent in the            use or disposal.
                                                                                                                  formation of estimates. Actual results in the future
                                                                                                                  could differ from these estimates which may be               The gain or loss arising from the derecognition of
                                                                                                                  material to the annual financial statements.                  an item of property, plant and equipment is included
                                                                                                                                                                               in profit or loss when the item is derecognised. The
                                                                                                                  Depreciation rates                                           gain or loss arising from the derecognition of an item
                                                                                                                                                                               of property, plant and equipment is determined as
                                                                                                                  Plant and equipment are depreciated on a straight            the difference between the net disposal proceeds, if
                                                                                                                  line basis over the expected useful lives, taking into       any, and the carrying amount of the item.
                                                                                                                  account residual values.
                                                                                                                                                                           1.3 IMPAIRMENT OF NON FINANCIAL ASSETS
                                                                                                              1.2 PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
                                                                                                                                                                               The Trust assesses at each reporting date whether
                                                                                                                  The cost of an item of property, plant and equipment         there is an indication that an asset may be
                                                                                                                  is recognised as an asset when:                              impaired. If any such indication exists, or when an
                                                                                                                                                                               annual impairment test for an asset is required, the
                                                                                                              •   it is probable that future economic benefits                  Trust estimates the recoverable amount. An asset’s
                                                                                                                  associated with the item will flow to the Trust; and          recoverable amount is the higher of an assets fair
                                                                                                                                                                               value less cost to sell and its value in use. Where the
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                                                                                                                                                         Notes to the Annual Financial Statements                                         CONTINUED

        carrying amount of an asset exceeds its recoverable         available-for-sale or which do not fall into any             and the present value of estimated future cash flows            services that increase their entitlement or, in the
        amount, the asset is considered impaired and                other classification of financial asset.                       discounted at the effective interest rate computed             case of non accumulating absences, when the
        written down to its recoverable amount.             In                                                                   at initial recognition. The impairment is recorded             absence occurs.
        assessing value in use, the estimated future cash           All purchases and sales of investments are                   directly against the carrying amount of the asset.
        flows are discontinued to their present value using          recognized at fair value on the trade date, which is         Short duration receivables with no stated interest             The expected cost of profit sharing and bonus
        a pre tax discount rate that reflects the current            the date that the Trust commits to purchase or sell          rate are measured at original invoice amount unless            payments is recognised as an expense when there
        market assessment of the time value of money and            the asset. Costs of purchases include transaction            the effect of imputing interest would be significant.           is a legal or constructive obligation to make such
        the risk specific to the asset. In determining the fair      costs.                                                                                                                      payments as a result of past performance.
        value less costs to sell, an appropriate valuation                                                                       Derecognition of nancial instruments
        model is used. Impairment losses are recognised             Available-for-sale financial assets are subsequently                                                                         Revenue
        in profit and loss.                                          measured at fair value with gains or losses being            A financial asset or portion of a financial asset is
                                                                    recognised as a separate component of equity                 derecognised where:                                            Revenue is recognised to the extent that it is
    1.4 FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS                                       until the investment is derecognised or until the                                                                           probable that the economic benefits will flow to the
                                                                    investment is determined to be impaired at which         •   the rights to receive cash flows from the asset have            Trust and can be measured reliably.
        Initial recognition                                         time the cumulative gain or loss previously reported         expired.
                                                                    in equity is included in the income statement.                                                                              Revenue is measured at the fair value of the
        The Trust classifies financial instruments, or their                                                                   •   the Trust retains the right to receive cash flows from          consideration received or receivable.
        component parts, on initial recognition as a financial       The fair value of investments that are actively traded       the asset, but has assumed an obligation to pay
        asset, a financial liability or an equity instrument in      in organised financial markets is determined by               them in full without any material delay to a third             Donations are recognised on receipt.
        accordance with the substance of the contractual            reference to quoted market prices at the balance             party under a pass through arrangement, or
        arrangement. For measurement purposes the                   sheet date.                                                                                                                 Contract income is recognized when the Trust is
        Trust classifies investments as available-for-sale;                                                                   •   The Trust has transferred its rights to receive cash           legally entitled to receive the funds. Interest is
        all other financial assets are classified as loans            Trade and other payables                                     flows from the asset and either (i) have transferred            recognised, in profit or loss, using the effective
        and receivables. Financial liabilities are held at                                                                       substantially all rights and rewards of the asset or           interest rate method.
        amortised cost. Financial assets and financial               Trade payables are subsequently measured at                  (ii) has neither transferred nor retained substantially
        liabilities are recognised on the Trust’s balance           amortised cost, using the effective interest method.         all the rights and rewards of the asset but has                Dividends are recognised, in profit or loss, when
        sheet when the Trust becomes party to the                                                                                transferred control of the asset.                              the Trust’s right to receive payment has been
        contractual provisions of the instrument. Financial      1.5 IMPAIRMENT OF FINANCIAL ASSET                                                                                              established.
        instruments are initially measured at fair value                                                                         A financial liability is derecognised when the
        plus transaction costs that are directly attributable       Available-for-sale investments                               obligation under the liability is discharged,              1.7 TRANSLATION OF FOREIGN CURRENCIES
        to acquisition or incurral of the financial asset or                                                                      cancelled or has expired.
        liability. Subsequent to initial recognition, these         When a decline in the fair value of an available-                                                                           Foreign currency transactions
        instruments are measured as set out below.                  for-sale financial asset has been recognised                  Off setting of nancial instruments
                                                                    directly in equity and there is objective evidence,                                                                         Transactions in foreign currencies are initially
        Trade and other receivables                                 such as a significant or prolonged decline in the             Financial assets and liabilities are off set and the net       recorded in the foreign functional currency rate
                                                                    fair value of the investment below its costs that the        amount reported in the balance sheet when there is             ruling at the date of the transaction. Monetary
        Trade receivables subsequently measured at                  asset is impaired, the cumulative loss that has been         a legally enforceable right to off set the recognised          assets and liabilities are translated at exchange
        amortised cost using the effective interest method.         recognised directly in equity is removed from equity         amounts and there is an intention on a net basis to            rates prevailing at the balance sheet date. Non
                                                                    and recognised in profit and loss even though the             realise the asset and settle the liabilities                   monetary items are translated using exchange
        Cash and cash equivalents                                   financial asset has not been derecognised. The                                                                               rates at the date of transaction.
                                                                    amount of the cumulative loss that is removed            1.6 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
        Cash and cash equivalents comprise cash on hand,            from equity and recognised in profit and loss is the                                                                         The Trust’s functional and presentation currency is
        current accounts and demand deposits, and other             difference between acquisition costs, current fair           Short-term employee bene ts                                    Rands and all amounts are stated in Rands. Items
        short term highly liquid investments that are readily       value, less any impairment loss on that financial                                                                            included in the financial statements are measured
        convertible to a known amount of cash and are               asset previously recognised in profit or loss.                The cost of short-term employee benefits, (those                using the currency of the primary economic
        subject to an insignificant risk of changes in value.                                                                     payable within 12 months after the service is                  environment in which the Trust operates. All
        These are subsequently recorded at amortised                Other nancial assets (loans and receivables)                 rendered, such as paid vacation leave and sick                 exchange differences are taken to profit or loss.
        cost.                                                                                                                    leave, bonuses, and non monetary benefits such as
                                                                    Appropriate allowances for estimated irrecoverable           medical care), are recognised in the period in which       2   STANDARD ISSUED NOT YET EFFECTIVE
        Available-for-sale nancial assets                           amounts are recognised in profit or loss when there           the service is rendered and are not discounted.
                                                                    is objective evidence that the asset is impaired.                                                                           At the date of authorisation of these financial
        Available-for-sale investments are those non                The allowance recognised is measured as the                  The expected cost of compensated absences is                   statements, the following standards which is
        derivative financial assets that are designated as           difference between the asset’s carrying amount               recognised as an expense as the employees render               relevant to the Trust was in issue but not yet effective
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                                                                                                                                                               Notes to the Annual Financial Statements                                           CONTINUED

        and has not been early adopted in the financial statements.                                                                    Reconciliation of available-for-sale nancial assets – 2007

        Standard, interpretation or amendment                                Effective                                                                                   Opening          Additions      Disposals          Revaluation             Closing
                                                                                date*                                                                                    balance                                           to fair value            balance
     • IAS 1 Presentation of Financial Statements (Revised)               1 Jan 2009
                                                                                                                                                                               R’                R’                R’                      R’            R’
     • IAS 23 Borrowing cost                                              1 Jan 2009
     • Annual improvements to IFRS                                        1 Jan 2009                                                  Listed ordinary shares          48 695 694        3 565 830     (59 900 595)          7 639 071                        -

        *Effective for year ends commencing on or after this date
                                                                                                                                      Bonds                            1 085 491                  -    (1 056 523)             (28 968)                      -

                                                                                                                                      TOTAL                           49 781 185        3 565 830     (60 957 118)          7 610 103                        -
        The Trust will adopt the above standard on the effective date. The Trustees do not expect that the adoption
        thereof will have a material impact on the financial performance and position of the Trust. It will give rise to
        changes in the financial statement disclosure.                                                                                 Reconciliation of available-for-sale nancial assets — 2006

    3   PROPERTY, PLANT AND EQUIPMENT                                                                                                                               Opening         Additions         Disposals          Revaluation               Closing
                                                                                                                                                                    balance                                             to fair value              balance
                                                         2007                                          2006                                                              R’                R’                R’                       R’                R’
                                      Cost /       Accumulated        Carrying         Cost /    Accumulated          Carrying
                                   valuation       depreciation          value      valuation    depreciation            value        Listed ordinary shares    32 823 714     22 725 878        (14 387 091)            7 533 193              48 695 694
                                                                                                                                      Bonds                      1 159 054                  -                 -            (73 563)              1 085 491
                                                                R’           R’            R’               R’               R’

        Furniture and fittings        32 785             (2 721)         30 064              -                   -             -       TOTAL                     33 982 768     22 725 878        (14 387 091)            7 459 630              49 781 185

        Computer equipment          119 604            (18 747)       100 857               -                   -             -
                                                                                                                                  5   TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES
        TOTAL                       152 389            (21 468)       130 921               -                   -             -

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2007                         2006
        Reconciliation of property, plant and equipment – 2007
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             R’                          R’

                                               Opening Balance             Additions       Depreciation                   Total       Trade and other receivables                                                  135 924                         159 298
                                                                R’                 R’                 R’                     R’       PGWC                                                                        1 014 344                         36 670
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1 150 268                        195 968
        Furniture and fittings                                    -           32 785              (2 721)                30 064
        Computer equipment                                       -         119 604              (18 747)              100 857         The amount outstanding from PGWC (Provincial Government of the Western Cape) has been invoiced before
                                                                                                                                      year end. PGWC therefore has a contractual obligation to pay this amount. There are no receivables that are
                                                                 -         152 389              (21 468)              130 921
                                                                                                                                      past due or impaired.
        Included in additions above are donated assets which has been recognised at a fair value of R94 000.
                                                                                                                                  6   CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS
    4   AVAILABLE-FOR-SALE INVESTMENTS                                                                                                Cash and cash equivalents consist of:
        The investments were transferred to the Foundation during the current year.      Refer to note 14 for more information.                                                                                           2007                        2006
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              R’                         R’
                                                        2007                                           2006
                                       Cost      Cumulative          Carrying            Cost   Cumulative            Carrying        Current accounts                                                              464 011                        171 175
                                                   fair value         value at                    fair value           value at
                                                                                                                                      Call accounts                                                           83 429 553                        62 599 778
                                                 adjustments         year end                   adjustments           year end
                                                                                                                                      Portfolio call accounts                                                                     -              1 273 931
                                         R’                R’               R’             R’              R’                R’
                                                                                                                                                                                                              83 893 564                        64 044 884
         Listed ordinary shares            -                -                -    32 095 961    16 599 733          48 695 694
                                                                                                                                      Interest rate received on bank balances varied between 5% and 10%.
         Bonds                             -                -                -     1 159 054       (73 563)          1 085 491

         TOTAL                             -                -                -    33 255 015    16 526 170          49 781 185
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    7   TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES                                                                                           11 AUDITORS’ REMUNERATION

                                                                                          2007              2006                                                                                          2007                      2006

                                                                                                  R               R                                                                                          R’                        R’

         Accrued bonus                                                                 184 236           139 369               Current year                                                              41 040                   48 460
         Sundry accruals                                                               313 710           305 531               Prior year under provision                                                 7 000                    1 540
         TOTAL                                                                         497 946           444 900                                                                                         48 040                   50 000

    8   REVENUE                                                                                                            12 CASH GENERATED FROM OPERATIONS

                                                                                         2007               2006                                                                                                  2007              2006

                                                                                             R’                   R’                                                                                                 R’                R’

         Donations received                                                       41 006 301          27 203 559               (De cit)/surplus for the year                                              ( 9 906 515)        18 758 331

         CAPITAL DONATIONS RECEIVED                                                                                            ADJUSTMENTS FOR:
         General projects                                                         13 489 707             230 848               Depreciation and amortisation                                                   21 468                   -
         Clinics                                                                      712 877            773 457               Loss/(gain) from exchange differences                                              7 446         (136 502)
         Building projects                                                        25 227 772          26 199 255               Profit on disposal of available-for-sale investments                        (1 016 411)         (4 802 304)
                                                                                  39 430 356          27 203 560               Realised gain on disposal of available-for-sale investments reclassified   (26 263 722)                   -
                                                                                                                               from equity
         OPERATING DONATIONS RECEIVED                                               1 575 945                      -
                                                                                                                               Interest paid                                                                          -          176 367
         INTEREST RECEIVED                                                                                                     Dividends received                                                           (430 715)           (918 014)
         Available-for-sale investments                                               615 480          1 324 438               Interest received                                                          (7 442 380)         (5 187 378)
         Cash and cash equivalents                                                  6 826 900          3 862 940               Donations made to the Children’s Hospital Foundation                       59 632 401                    -
                                                                                    7 442 380          5 187 378
                                                                                                                               CHANGES IN WORKING CAPITAL:
          Included in the above donations received are donated assets. Refer to note 3. In addition to this the                Increase in trade and other receivables                                      (954 300)             46 058
          benefit of rent free accommodation provided by the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital has not                 Increase in trade and other payables                                            53 046         (1 800 904)
          been accounted for.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          13 700 318           6 135 654
                                                                                                                           13 COMMITMENTS
         The surplus for the year is stated after (charging)/crediting
         (Losses)/gain on exchange differences                                            (7 446)         136 502
                                                                                                                               AUTHORISED CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CONTRACTED BUT NOT
         Profit on disposal of available-for-sale investments                           1 016 411        4 802 304              PROVIDED FOR
         Depreciation on property, plant and equipment                                   (21 468)                      -
                                                                                                                               • Capital expenditure                                                       52 102 127           3 772 394
         Employee costs                                                              (3 105 828)       (2 162 682)

                                                                                                                              This committed expenditure relates to capital expenditure and will be financed by cash generated from
    10 TAXATION                                                                                                               donations.
        The Trust is exempt from normal tax in terms of section 10 (1) (N) of the Income Tax Act No.58 of 1962.
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                                                                                                                                                          Notes to the Annual Financial Statements                                       CONTINUED

    14       RELATED PARTIES                                                                                                      invested in companies listed on a recognised stock exchange and whose business operations do not conflict
                                                                                                                                  with or detract from the objectives of the Trust.
    14.1 The Childrens’ Hospital Foundation was formed during the current year with the purpose of receiving bequests
         and donations. The Foundation was established as a non-profit, benevolent and philanthropic institution of a              Liquidity risk
         public character, with the Children’s Hospital Trust as the beneficiary, and with the sole object of raising funds
         for the following purposes, namely;                                                                                      Liquidity risk is the risk that the Trust will be unable to meet its payment obligations as they fall due. The Trust
                                                                                                                                  manages liquidity risk through an ongoing review of future commitments and credit facilities. At year end
         •      For the provision and promotion of Health Care Services to poor and needy persons,                                R83 893 564 of the Trust’s assets were invested in cash products to ensure that the Trust can meet its short
                                                                                                                                  term liabilities. All financial liabilities are due to be settled at the carrying amounts disclosed within 3 months
         •      For the provision and promotion of higher education by Higher Education institutions as defined in the             of the balance sheet date.
                Higher Education Act, 1997 as amended.
                                                                                                                                  Credit risk
         During May 2007 the Children’s Hospital Trust donated its investment portfolio to the Foundation. All unrealised
         gains have been recognised in the Trust’s current year’s surplus upon derecognition of the investments.                  Credit risk consists mainly of cash deposits, cash equivalents and trade debtors. The Trust only deposits cash
                                                                                                                                  with major banks with high quality credit standing and limits exposure to any one counterparty. The Trust does
                                                                                                                                  not have a significant concentration of credit risk. The Trust’s maximum exposure to credit risk is represented
                                                                                                2007                  2006
                                                                                                                                  by the carrying amount of financial assets on the balance sheet. These are no off balance sheet financial
                                                                                                    R’                    R’

                                                                                                                                  Market risk
           Related party loans
           LOAN ACCOUNTS – OWING BY RELATED PARTIES                                                                               The Trust has exposure to market risk, which is the risk that the fair value or future cash flows of a financial
           Children’s Hospital Foundation                                                    339 196                       -      instrument will fluctuate because of changes in market prices. Market price risk comprises three types of risks:
           The loan is interest free and payable on demand.                                                                       currency risk, interest rate risk and other price risk which includes equity price risk.

           DONATIONS TO THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION                                                                        Interest rate risk
           Initial contribution                                                                 1 000                      -
                                                                                                                                  The Trust is exposed to interest rate risk as it places it funds in both fixed and floating interest rates instruments.
           Donation from the Children's Hospital Trust                                   60 637 724                        -      Cash and cash equivalents attract interest at rates that vary with prime. The Trust’s policy is to manage interest
           Bonds                                                                           1 056 523                       -      rate risk so that fluctuations in variable rates do not have a material impact on profit/ loss. Bonds attract
           Cash                                                                            1 005 182                       -      interest at fixed rates.
           Equities                                                                      58 576 019                        -
                                                                                                                                  The table below summarises the Trust’s exposure to interest rate risks, by class and maturity of financial
                                                                                         60 638 724                        -      instrument:

    14.2      The Treasurer of the Children’s Hospital Trust is also a director of Personal Trust International Ltd. Children’s
              Hospital Trust has invested R38 million of its available funds in terms of its investment mandate. No fees                                                Up to 1 month        1 – 3 months        Up to 5 years                Total
              on this investment accrue to Personal Trust International Ltd.                                                       Bonds                                               -                  -                   -                   -
                                                                                                                                   Cash and cash equivalent                 4 080 596         79 812 968                      -       83 893 564
    14.3        Key management personnel
                                                                                                                                                                            4 080 596         79 812 968                      -       83 893 564
           – Short term employee benefits                                                     487 224                       -

    15 FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT                                                                                                                                        Up to 1 month        1 – 3 months        Up to 5 years                Total

                                                                                                                                   Bonds                                               -                  -        1 085 492           1 085 492
         The Trust has various financial assets such as investments in equity securities, trade receivables and cash and
                                                                                                                                   Available-for-sale investments             190 154         63 854 730                      -       64 044 884
         short term deposits which arise directly from its operations. The Trust’s financial liabilities comprise of trade
         payables.                                                                                                                                                            190 154         63 854 730           1 085 492          65 130 376

         Investment decisions are made by the Board of Trustees with the assistance of the investment committee. The              Cash and cash equivalents are subject to floating interest rates, linked to the prime rate. Interest varied
         Trusts investment policy is to increase the value of the investment by way of a diversified portfolio. Funds were         between 5% and 10% for the period.
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                                                                                                                                                        Notes to the Annual Financial Statements                    CONTINUED

        Bonds are subject to fixed interest rates, which vary between 13% and 14.5%.                                               Detailed Income Statement Operating

        Sensitivity analysis – interest rate risk
                                                                                                                                                                                                      2007             2006

        The sensitivity analysis for interest rate risk illustrates the sensitivity to a reasonable possible change in interest                                                                          R’               R’
        rates with all other variables held constant, on the Trust’s surplus for the year. An increase or decrease of 1%
        in interest yields for a full year would result in an increase or decrease in profit/loss of R838 936 (2006: R651
                                                                                                                                  Dividends received                                               430 715          918 014
        Equity price risk                                                                                                         Realised gain on disposal of available-for-sale investments             -       4 802 304
                                                                                                                                  Donations received - operating                                 1 575 945                 -
        The Trust is exposed to equity price risk as it invested funds in South African Equities through an asset manager.
                                                                                                                                  Interest received - investments                                  615 480        1 324 438
        The Trust appointed a reputable asset manager with a good track record in terms of performance of the
        portfolio.                                                                                                                Interest received - operating                                  6 826 900        3 862 940

                                                                                                                                                                                                 9 449 040       10 907 696
        Sensitivity analysis – equity price risk
        The sensitivity analysis for equity price risk up to the date of the donation illustrates the effect on equity, as a
                                                                                                                                  Accounting fees                                                  (85 482)         (49 248)
        result of a change in fair value of equity instruments held as available-for-sale at 31 December 2007, due to
        a reasonably possible change in equity indices with all other variables held constant. An increase or decrease            Advertising and sales promotion                               (1 268 097)        (109 870)
        of 5% would result in an increase or decrease in reserves by RNil (2006 : R2 489 059). The full amount would              Asset management fees                                            (88 596)        (254 108)
        be recognised in the Trust’s revaluation reserve.                                                                         Auditors remuneration                                            (48 040)         (50 000)
                                                                                                                                  Bank charges                                                     (48 069)         (37 800)
        Currency risk
                                                                                                                                  Capital development                                                     -        (739 347)
        The Trust has a foreign bank account designated in pounds. The Trust is therefore exposed to the movement                 Computer expenses                                              (170 328)         (155 245)
        in foreign currency and is exposed to currency risk. The bank account is used to record any foreign donations             Depreciation, amortisation and impairments                       (21 468)                -
        received from foreign donors. At year end an amount of GBP 50 627.07 (R693 130) (2006: GBP 48 085.09
                                                                                                                                  Employee costs                                                (3 105 828)      (2 162 682)
        – R664 627) was held.
                                                                                                                                  (Losses)/ gains on exchange differences                           (7 446)         136 502
        Sensitivity analysis – currency risk                                                                                      General expenses                                                 (61 831)         (45 236)
                                                                                                                                  Insurance                                                        (24 402)         (13 538)
        The sensitivity analysis for currency risk illustrates the sensitivity to a reasonably possible change in the GBP/
                                                                                                                                  Legal expenses                                                    (1 719)                -
        SAR rate, with all other variables held constant, of the Trust surplus for the year. Based on year end exposure,
        an increase or decrease in the value of the Rand by 5% will result in an increase or decrease in the surplus of           Postage                                                          (34 569)         (83 319)
        R34 657 (2006 : R33 231).                                                                                                 Printing and stationery                                          (72 651)         (83 982)
                                                                                                                                  Repairs and maintenance                                          (13 872)         (21 839)
        Fair value
                                                                                                                                  Telephone and fax                                                (77 199)         (67 662)

        The carrying amount of financial instruments approximates fair value.                                                      Thank you – Events                                             (105 300)          (83 812)
                                                                                                                                  Training                                                         (42 258)        (533 409)
    16 CONSOLIDATION OF SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE                                                                                   Traveling expense                                              (197 155)         (124 246)
                                                                                                                                  Volunteer costs                                                   (3 035)          (3 059)
        A separate set of consolidation financial statements has been prepared for the Children’s Hospital Trust and
        the Children’s Hospital Foundation.                                                                                                                                                     (5 477 345)      (4 481 900)

    17 CAPITAL MANAGEMENT                                                                                                         Operating surplus                                              3 971 695        6 425 796
                                                                                                                                  Interest paid                                                           -        (176 367)
        The Trust has appointed an asset manager to manage its invested funds. The Trust manages its accumulated
                                                                                                                                  Net operating surplus                                          3 971 695        6 249 429
        funds as capital and seeks to hold funds in order to finance future projects.
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                                  Donations Review

                                                                            Between January and December 2007, the Children’s Hospital Trust banked R41,006,301 in voluntary income.
                                                                            This comprises R21,877,984 from Trusts and Foundations, R2,196,788 from Individuals, R4,409,051 from Events,
                                                                            R5,610,659 from Corporates and R432,167 from Regular Giving (comprising Give As You Earn and individual
                                                                            regular givers), R4,449,061 from Government, R1,575,945 operating cost donation from Kresge and R454,647
                                                                            from Bequests.

                                                                            Developing long-term relationships – Trusts and Foundations
                                                                            During the course of 2007 we have received funding from International Philanthropic organisations from the
                                                                            USA and Europe. These major investors in African Paediatric Health and Training offer exciting opportunities
                                                                            for upskilling and training – both in South Africa and throughout Africa. We are thrilled to be working with such
                                                                            forward-thinking organisations.

                                                                            Eventful Fundraising
                                                                            The Trust is incredibly fortunate to have many committed people and organisations, who, year after year arrange,
                                                                            manage and host special events to raise funds on our behalf. Many of them do this expecting no reward other than
                                                                            the knowledge that they have made a contribution to the welfare of children in Africa. An overview of fundraising
                                                                            events held in 2007 is reflected in our supporter list on pages 41 – 43.

                                                                            The premise that “every bit helps” continues to form the backbone of the Trust’s success over the past fourteen
                                                                            years. When reflecting on the myriad of donors who have contributed to our success in 2007, it is clear that the
                                                                            community continues to impact on this extraordinary Hospital by giving whatever resources they have at their
                                                                            disposal. We thank all the individuals, companies, schools and organisations who continue to help in any way
                                                                            they can. The extensive list of Gifts-in-Kind donations in our supporter list on pages 44 and 45 is indicative of the
                                                                            spirit of generosity intrinsically woven into the fabric of our society.

                      “ I N D I V I D U A L L Y, W E A R E O N E D R O P.
                         TO G E T H E R , W E A R E A N O C E A N. ”
                                     – RY U N O S U K E S ATO R O –
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                                       Donor Report                                                                       / Currie, Peter (Mr) / Dangwen Trust / Department of Public Enterprises / Du Toit, Jacques (Mr) / Dugardyn, V /
                                                                                                                          Ehlers, Jinnie (Dr) / Estate Late J R Derman / Estate Late Krige, Penny (Dr) / Estate Late Luck, Frank (Mr) / Estate
                                                                                                                          Late Warner, K A / Fagan, Anton Gabriel (Mr) / Fairheads International Trust Company / Fantastic Investments /
                                                                                                                          Friedman, Barry (Mr) / Glas Dowr FPSO Charity Fund / Green Cross Health Shoes / Hall, Grizelda (Mrs) / Harley
                                                                                                                          Davidson Club / Haw & Inglis (Pty) Ltd / Herschel Girls School / Hotstuff Marketing / Jarvis, K (Mr & Mrs) / Jaytrade
                                                                                                                          cc / Leatt Corporation Inc / Lin, Christina (Ms) / Lockhat, F (Dr) / Marzio, Paul & Julie (Mr & Mrs) / Metropolitan
    Major Supporters – Donations Received for 2007                                                                        Health Group W.C. / Mohamed / Nel, R J (Mr) / Nevic Windodrapes / Octagon South Africa / P Du T Malan
                                                                                                                          Boerdery Edms BPK / Pam Golding Properties / Pamela Barlow Charitable Trust / Pathcare, Dr's Dietrich, Voigt,
                                                                                                                          Mia & Partners / PD Naidoo & Associates / Purple Ant Management / Radical Food / Raines, Kathleen (Mrs) / Reid
                                                                                                                          Family, The / Reynolds, Peter (Mr) / Riedemann, Pieter (Mr) / Ruth Burlak Salon / Santos Football Club / South
                                                                                                                          Peninsula Tool Hire / Sportsmart cc / St Ola's Trust / Strand Precision Motor Engineers / Stromberg, J A (Mr) / Struik
    R5,000,000 + : The Atlantic Philanthropies / The ELMA Philanthropies Services (U.S.) Inc                              New Holland Publishing (Pty) Ltd / The Bester Family Trust / The Chaim & Jessie Cantor Charitable and Educational
                                                                                                                          Trust / The Dick Goss Family Charitable Trust / The Economist Magazine / The Jack Leslie Trust / The Royal Cape
                                                                                                                          Yacht Club / The Vine Trust / Tickle, Deborah / Tongaat-Hulett Group Limited / Topfast / Union Swiss / Uniondale
    R2,000,000 + : Nelson Mandela Kinderfonds (Dutch Lotteries) / Provincial Government of the Western Cape (PGWC)        Lions Club / Vanilla Canvas Art Gallery / Voster-Munnik, Gerda (Mrs) / Western Province Cricket Club

    R1,000,000 + : Harry Crossley Foundation / The Kresge Foundation / Tiger Brands Social Investment Company             R5,000 + : Abrahams, M (Mr) / Adcock Ingram / Advanced Design Group / Advent Properties (Pty) Ltd / Banned
                                                                                                                          Winnings / Barnett, C S (Mr) / Behardien, M S / Berman Bros. Construction / Big Time Trading cc / Boshoff, Brian
                                                                                                                          (Mr) / Botha, Glen & Heidi (Mr & Mrs) / Codron, Salvatore (Mr) / Creal, Stuart (Mr) / Cross Berth Cold Store / da
    R500,000 + : Ackerman Family Foundation / Edgars Consolidated Stores LTD / Engen Petroleum Ltd / Network
                                                                                                                          Sonseca, Miguel (Mr) / Damaschke, Rene (Dr) / District Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons / Dose, CH (Miss) /
    Healthcare Holdings Limited (Netcare)
                                                                                                                          Du Plessis, C P (Dr) / Embroiderycraft (Pty) Ltd Workers & Staff / Engelbrecht, Neels (Mr) / Flywell Travel Agencies
                                                                                                                          Cape Town (Pty) Ltd / Fourways / Frame Textile Group / Frater, S M A H / Georgiou, Andrew / Ghavalas, D (Mr) /
    R200,000 + : Beyleveldt, Shirley (Mrs) / Carigest SA / Children's HeartLink / Estorick, Isobel (Ms) / Greendale       Giancarlo, Lanfrancia / Givon, Linda (Mrs) / Gottschalk, Eli (Mr & Mrs) / Hannay-Robertson, Clemency (Mrs) / Hirt
    Charitable Foundation / The Rolf-Stephan Nussbaum Foundation                                                          & Carter / Ho, Glenn (Mr) / Horwood, Helen (Mrs) / Hunter, Lance (Mr) / Hyne, Louis (Mr) / Israel and Rose Kurgan
                                                                                                                          Charitable Trust / Jacobs, Q L / Jensen, Gill (Mrs) / Joe's Radiators / Kaplan Kushlick Educational Foundation /
                                                                                                                          Laberer, Thomas (Mr) / Le Roux, Michiel & Cecile (Mr & Mrs) / Leiseder, Gila (Ms) / Lewis, Liz (Ms) / Lind, Jason
    R100,000 + : Ackerman, Wendy (Mrs) / Estate Late Phyllis Raath / Hosken Consolidated Investments (HCI                 (Mr) / Lomas, Dave (Mr) / Lotze, Elmi (Dr) / Mackay, J / MacLennan, Andy (Mr) / Magna Carta / Marais Attorney /
    Foundation) / Investec Private Bank / Jedelect Distributors / Jive 10Km Big Walk / Nedbank Limited / Philip Schock    Master Currency (Pty) Ltd / Mazor, R & E (Mr & Mrs) / McKinstry Trust / Media24 Corporate Communications / Morse
    Charitable & Educational Foundation / Prosser, Larry (Mr) / The Gourmet Festival / The Little Tew Charitable Trust    Consulting (Pty) Ltd / Nardone, Andrew (Mr) / Owens, Sue (Ms) / Palmer, M I / Peak Projects cc / Peck's Cupboard
    / The Mauerberger Foundation Fund / Trencor Ltd / The Stella and Paul Loewenstein Educational and Charitable          Doors cc / Penfold, R F / Performance Enhancement and Rewards (Pty)Ltd / Place of Play / PricewaterhouseCoopers
    Trust / Van Zyl, J J M (Mr)                                                                                           / Rabie Property Projects (Pty) Ltd / Ravens, Keith (Mr) / Riyadh Seafood Corporation / Safmarine (Pty) Ltd /
                                                                                                                          Saldanha Group / Sankfin (PTY) Ltd / School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences (UCT) / Searll, L (Mrs) / Sentinel
                                                                                                                          International Trust Company / SG Menell Trust / Simonstown Hindu Ladies / Singh, Madhu (Ms) / Smith, James
    R50,000 + : Achievement Awards Group (Pty) Ltd / Adriaan Carter Louw Trust / Assirelli Italian Design cc / Bloch,     and Robyn (Mr and Mrs) / Smith, Neda (Ms) / Solomon Ruben & Ann Winer Educational & Benefit Trust / Southey,
    Jonathan (Mr) / C & E Harding Charitable Trust / Cape Bar Council / Cape Union Mart Group / Cohen, Vivienne           Sheila (Mrs) / Southworth, PM (Mr) / Sportsmans Warehouse / Steyger, Bakker / Strebel Foundation Trust / Sunter,
    (Ms) / Douglas Jooste Trust / Estate Late Barbara M Smith / Estate Late M A Matthee / Frank Robb Charitable           Robert John (Mr) / Terespolsky, Michael (Mr) / The Bidvest Chairman's Fund Trust / The Diane Kaplan Charitable
    Trust / Integra Lifesciences Corporation / Lions Club Of Constantia Valley / Macsteel Service Centres SA (Pty) Ltd    Trust / The Golfers Lounge cc / The Joffe Property Realisation Trust / The Kurt & Joey Strauss Foundation / The
    / McNally, Spencer (Mr) / Mentz, Gert (Mr) / Muslim Association For Red Cross Children's Hospital(M.A.R.C.H) /        Pact Trust / Unilever South Africa Foods (Pty) Ltd. / University of Cape Town / van Eden, May (Mrs) / Version One
    New Apostolic Church Cape / Nomads Golf Society / Norman & Rene Parker Trust / Novartis South Africa (Pty)            / Viviers, Paul (Mr) / Weeks Mr
    Ltd / Percy Bilton Charitable Trust / Pick 'n Pay / Pioneerfoods / Rawbone Trust / Rotary Club of Claremont / South
    African Fruit Exporters / The Lighthouse Club / The New Clicks Foundation Trust / Weiner, Ronnie (Mr) / Wrighton,
    Peter (Mr)                                                                                                            R2,000 + : Absa Bank Ltd / Adams, Latiefa (Ms) / ADT Security / All Survey Industrial (Pty) Ltd / Arnold & Yvonne
                                                                                                                          Galombik Charitable Trust / Associated Magazines (Pty) Ltd / Augrabies Desert Marathon / AV Stagin Worx / Azriel
                                                                                                                          & Moyra Fine Foundation / Bayly, M J (Mr) / Benning, Fred & Denise (Mr & Mrs) / Bevcap / Blizzard Promotions /
    R 20,000 + : Ackerman, Jonathan (Mr) / Ackerman, K J (Mr) / Alan Honeyborne Memorial Trust / Astellas                 Boogertman & Partners Architects / Bowie, Elaine (Mrs) / Bridge House School / Burger, J A / Cape Pilchard Pioneer
    Pharmaceutical (Pty) Ltd / Barrie Cline Clothing / Bateleur Capital (Pty) Ltd / Berk Property Holdings (Pty) Ltd      cc / Card Technology Serv / Carse Muller Attorneys / Carstens Budget Holiday Accomodation & Hospitality Services
    / BFD Holdings Ltd / Bloch, B D (Ms) / Cailcom / Carrol Boyes Functional Art cc / Cawood, Janette (Miss) /            cc / Charles & Renee Abrams Family Charitable Trust / Clint Thomas Ceilings and Partitioning Specialist cc / Dales,
    Charities Aid Foundation Southern Africa / Cheam School, UK / Cormack, Cynthia (Mrs) / Crawford, Martin (Mr)          P (Mrs) / Dalib Investments / de Swardt, J B (Mr) / Delport, Elizabeth (Ms) / Delta Primary School / Du Plessis,
    / Epstein, Martin (Mr) / Estate Late JE Nothling / Estate Late Von Brandis / Fabian, Dennis & Lauren (Mr & Mrs) /     A G E (Mrs) / Du Toit, Paul (Mr) / Fairlady Magazine / Friedman, Jack (Mr) / Galaxy 3 Productions / Garmany,
    FG Connock Charity Trust / Foschini Group / Fountain Medical cc / Geffen, Saul (Mr) / Goldstein, Anthony (Mr)         Rob (Mr) / Gartner Africa / Greater Than / Hartz Fundraising Solutions / Heher, D (Mr) / Heneck, (Mr and Mrs)
    / Goodman Gallery / GrandWest Casinos & Entertainment World / HT Gormley Testamentary Trust / Ilitha Project          / Heneck, B H / Hollard Commercial & General / Jacobs, J H (Mr) / KAZAK Clothing / King Cake And The Party
    Services / Jooste, Gerald (Mr) / Kovensky, M L (Mr) / Marefa International (Pty) Ltd / MEDpages / Metal Windows       Palace / Kronendal Primary School / Labia, J B R (Dr) / Lavies, John (Mr) / Lewis Stores (Pty) / Mackenzie, J M (Mrs)
    / Moultrie, Tom (Mr) / Nashua Mobile / Noakes Family Charitable Trust / Raubenheimer, Christian (Mr) / Retail         / Mallick, R (Mr) / Mamet, Kerin Elizabeth / Maneveld, S / Manitou Foundation / Marcus Medical / Martingraphix /
    Credit Solutions / Roche Products (Pty) Ltd / Samsung / Sensitech Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd / Smeda, Gerry (Mr) /     Mathiassen, Wendy (Dr) / Maynier, Darcy (Mr) / Mcgivern, Sean (Mr) / Milners Dental / Nagel's Taxis / Norsworthy,
    Steenberg Golf Club / Stratford, Ivor / The Graham Beck Foundation / Three City Events (Pty) Ltd t/a Baba Indaba      Pat (Mrs) / Owen, Derek (Mr) / Palm Park Primary School / Pappadopoulos, Nikolaos (Mr) / Parlabean, Ted (Mr) /
    / Trident Capital / Whalley & Associates / Wraith, Matthew (Mr) / Wyeth S.A.                                          Pepkor Branch 4126 / Personal Finance / Pets Aquaria / Pettit, David (Mr) / Phragmites / Pieterse, Andrew (Mr) /
                                                                                                                          Potgieter, Philip John (Mr) / PSGH / Radeen Fashions (Pty) Ltd / Rautenbach, Gerard (Dr) / Reddam House School
                                                                                                                          / Reed, Austin / Rondebosch Boys Preparatory School / Roux, M D (Mrs) / Rylands Primary School / Sahd, Winston
    R10,000 + : A & M Pevsner Charitable Trust / Ackerman, Raymond (Mr) / Alz International (Pty) Ltd / Atlas             (Mr) / Samassa, Lloyd (Mr) / Sandoz SA (Pty) Ltd / Sank Family, (The) / Sank, Abe and Barney / Seven Grandfathers
    Management Services (Pty) Ltd / Barnard Jacobs Mellet & Co. (Pty) Ltd / Basil Read (Pty) Ltd / Beekman, Lize (Ms)     / ShopPR / Signal Singkoor / Silberbauer, Brenda (Ms) / Smith, Robyn / SSB Transport cc / Table View High School
    / Bergh, M C (Mrs) / Bester, Vincent (Mr) / Botten, Karen (Ms) / Britechem (Pty) Ltd / Brown, Niall (Mr) / Carl &     / Tanna, C (Mr) / The A A Newman Family Charitable Trust / The Ellerine Holdings Trust Fund / The Eric Samson
    Emily Fuchs Foundation / Carstens, Karin (Ms) / Clover Cargo International / Conradie, AF (Mr) / Currie, D R (Mr)     Foundation / TNS Research Surveys (Pty) Ltd / Tonkil, Mark & Bronwen (Mr & Mrs) / Transtrade International /
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    Major Supporters – Donations Received for 2007                                           CONTINUED                       Event Supporters

    Victoria League in South Africa / Vosloo, Susan (Dr) / White Horse Carriers / Zammech Trading cc / Zeppel, HI            Our sincere thanks to our committed event supporters:
    (Mrs) / Zoccola, Mary (Mrs) / Beukes, Martie (Mrs) / Dasopatis, Stavroula (Miss) / Goodman, D C (Mr) / Murugan,
    K C (Mr) / Roos, Joseph (Mr) / SSB Transport cc / Wessels, FJ / Lyddell, D R (Mr) / Britz, Werner (Mr) / Gorman,         • Johnson & Johnson for their committed support and for once again honouring
    Gavin (Mr) / Bertelsmann, Richard (Mr) / Borchers, Geraldine Anne (Judge) / Chagan, Ameesha (Mrs) / Kruger &               us as the beneficiary of their annual Johnson & Johnson/Living & Loving Baby of
    Company / Rautenbach, Gerard (Dr) / Fish, Steven and Jacqueline (Mr & Mrs / Beatty, David (Prof) / Van Niekerk,            the Year Competition.
    Seth (Mr) / SASOL Ltd / Hartley, Clayton (Mr) / Issel, Rashida (Mrs) / Malan, P
                                                                                                                             • The thousands of enthusiasts who gathered at the Green Point stadium to walk for
                                                                                                                               charity at the Jive 10km Big Walk.
    R1,000 + : Abercrombie and Kent Southern Africa / ADP Projects (Pty) Ltd / Ah Tow Edries, L (Mrs) / Ajam, T
                                                                                                                             • Amanda Bloch for hosting the Investec Art Benefit in collaboration with
    (Miss) / Alberts, Barbara (Mrs) / Allie Contractors / Allman, Susan (Dr) / Appanah, R (Mr) / Armadien, M (Ms) /
    Arntsen, M (Ms) / Aronan Maintenance / Ashton, B R (Mr) / Bailey, Nigel (Mr) / Bardien, Aziz (Mr) / Barnett, Natalie       Linda Givon of the Goodman Gallery and the numerous top artists who
    (Ms) / Bay Primary School / BC Architects / Bennie, Catherine (Miss) / Berger, R W (Mr ) / Best & Less / Bhajan,           donated works for auction. Capetonians gathered at Workshop 17, dressed in
    Harrilall (Mr) / Bieber, E P H (Mr) / Binedell, Elizabeth (Mrs) / Blumberg, Kenneth (Mr) / Bremridge, Denise (Mrs)         their finest, to attend the annual Art Benefit with sensational artworks auctioned
    / Bretherton, David (Mr) / Broomberg, Peta and Ryan / Carter, John (Dr ) / Cavernelis, Stephen (Mr) / Chaffey,             to raise money for the new Operating Theatre Complex. Our sincere thanks to
    Patricia (Mrs) / Chalton, Derek (Mr) / Chameleon, Chris (Mr) / Chetty, Lionel (Mr) / Chiappini, H P (Mrs) / Chorlton,      those who supported this flagship event included in the supporters list on page 44
    Anne (Ms) / Cinderella Mark Lodge / CNC Products / Coetzee, Karel (Mr) / Consani, A C T (Mrs) / Cook, John                 and 45.
    (Mr) / Cornelissen, Simone (Mrs) / Coulentianos, E S / Cowley, Selwyn (Mr) / Cox, Sharon (Dr) / Crafford, M (Mrs)
    / Cronje, L / Crossley, Heidi (Ms) / Cumax Twenty One / Curtis, Christopher Robert (Mr) / Daniels, M / Davids,           • The 12 cyclists, under the leadership of Keith Ravens, who took up the huge
    Deline (Ms) / Davids, N A (Mrs) / Davids, Rifaat (Mr) / Dawes, B (Mr/s) / Dawson-Biggs, Lisa Joy (Mrs) / de                challenge of participating in the Operation Theatre Cycle Tour from Port
    Almeida, Adele (Mrs) / de Bruijn, Johan (Mr) / De Wit, C E (Mrs) / De Wit, J H (Mr) / Dennesig, Lis (Ms) / Design          Elizabeth to Cape Town.                                                                Ruda Landman from
    Liason / Dien, Rasheed (Mr) / Dingler, C (Mr) / Doncaster Motors / Dynamic Rebar Specialists / Edwards, J C (Ms)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Carte Blanche kept guests
    / Edwards, Jennifer / Ellis, Inge (Mrs) / Erlangsen, Ilze (Mrs) / Ernstzen, M B (Mr) / Essack, Zuleiga (Mrs) / EWH       • Tony van Marken who delighted VIP guests at the Boschendal VIP dinner
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    entertained as MC at the
    Electrical / F & S Majiet Service Station cc / Farah, Simone (Ms) / Ferreira, Jonathan (Mr) / Fig, Dennis & Garda (Mr      through the recount of his incredible journey to summit Mount Everest.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Investec Art Benefit
    & Mrs) / Firth, William & Wendy (Mr & Mrs) / Fischer, D B G (Ms) / Fletcher, Doreen Grant (Mrs) / Francis Thompson
    and Aspden / Gardner, L T (Mrs) / Germishuys, T P / Gibson, B (Ms) / Gilham, C / Goedemoed Doodgenootskap                • Dave Macready and Matthew de Wet for successfully completing the
    / Mr Goldberg / Golden Key Manufacturing Jewellers / Goldstein, Richard / Good Hope Seminary High School /                 Nedbank Cape Epic Cycle Tour – a gruelling 9-day cycling challenge.
    Goodman, D C (Mr) / Goodwin / Gordon, Roy (Mr) / Gouverneur, M E (Mrs) / Graham, A S (Miss) / Green, D (Mr)
                                                                                                                             • Hypnotic Challenge for hypnotising audiences at the Milnerton Playhouse and
    / Guthrie, Daqrryl (Mr) / Guy Golan Consulting / Hannay-Robertson, L A (Mrs) / Hariby, R / Harries, Dubravka
    (Mrs) / Hart, A E (Mrs) / Harvey, John (Mr) / Hattingh, Nathan (Mr) / Hawkes, C J (Mr) / Hen-Boisen, Joanne (Ms)           raising funds for the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.
    / Hose Manufacturers / Huang, Zhan / Interactive Bioquiz cc / Jackson, Anthony (Dr) / James, B (Mrs) / James,            • The exciting and informative baby and parenting show, Baba Indaba, who have
    Betty (Mrs) / Jandera, Vivien (Dr) / Janse van Rensburg, S / JDN Beleggings (Edms) Bpk / Jeanne-Pierre Family
                                                                                                                               opened up their hearts and exhibition to us. This event has created a platform
    Trust / Jeeva, Nipun (Mr) / Johnson & Johnson Medical (Pty) Ltd / Jonker, A J (Mr) / Jordaan, I (Mr) / Jowell, C /
    JS RC Castlewalk / Kadama, J K (Mrs) / Karbett Trust / Keys, Caryn (Ms) / Kirkman, Stuart (Mr) / Kirsten, Gary (Mr)        where we are able to inform the public of the work done at the Hospital.
    / Kloppers, Margaret (Mrs) / Kotze, Bennie (Mr & Mrs) / Langford, John & Isabelle (Mr & Mrs) / Lardner-Burke,            • Marie Claire for helping the dreams of our brave patients come true through
    N S (Mrs) / Leetz, Cheryl (Ms) / Leopon 45 Properties / Lever, Janine (Ms) / Levetan, B (Dr) / Levin, Don (Mr) /           their partnership with local celebrities who were asked to share their childhood
    Levin, Ros (Mr) / Liesbeeck Primary School / Lilja, Bruce (Mr) / Lloyd, Roger (Mr) / Loftus, J P / Loudon, Mark (Mr)
                                                                                                                               memories and model their autographed “Each One, Reach One” T-shirt.
    / Lucky Beans Playgroup / Lyddell, D R (Mr) / Macintyre, E L M (Ms) / Maclenah, A H / Manson-Smith, Graham &
    Zoe (Mr & Mrs) / Marsden, Bradley (Mr) / Marsh, I (Mrs) / Marshalls Limited / Martins, Victor (Mr) / Mathew, M M           Marie Claire auctioned these limited edition T-shirts and featured a few of our
    (Mrs) / Mathews, A (Miss) / Mathews, M (Ms) / MCD Financial Services (Pty) Ltd / McGrath, E A (Mrs) / McJannet,            extraordinary patients in Marie Claire.
    Auriel / Mellet, P W T (Mr) / Meyers, Winnie (Ms) / Middleman, M (Mrs) / Moller, Heinrich (Mr) / Monkey Films /
                                                                                                                             • Gourmet Festival for hosting their annual Table of Peace and Unity event in
    Moores Rowland / Morgendaal, C B (Mrs) / Motala, Cassim (Prof) / Moult, Nicholas (Mr) / Multimedia Solutions /
    Musikanth, Evan (Mr) / Mutlow, Marie (Mrs) / Myburgh, Leeza (Miss) / Naidoo, S S / Ndlovu, Sizakele (Miss) / Nel,          Cape Town where 750 guests gathered around a 300-metre table at the foot of
    Lizette (Mrs) / Neumann, Scharll (Mr) / Nielson, Amanda (Ms) / Nordien, Qarnita (Ms) / Ogilvy / Osborne, S W /             Table Mountain to break bread and enjoy a gourmet luncheon. Similar luncheons
    Osman, Nazarine (Mrs) / Palmer, Noeline (Ms) / PCS Assignments / Pedlar, S P (Mr) / Peertuin Architects / Peertuin,        were held in Durban and Pretoria in aid of charity.
    D / Peertuin, S J / Penniello, Oscar & Sylvia (Mr & Mrs) / Pep Stores - Central Office / Perivolaris, Aristidis (Mr)
                                                                                                                             • Andrew Chin for organising the Youth Day 3km Swim in Camps Bay to raise              Isidingo star, Craig Urbani
    / Peters, W M C (Mrs) / Pillay, N / Pims Culture Club / Pi-Squared / Potvent cc T/A Genprop / R F Design / RDA                                                                                                   with partner Chantal and
    Properties / RDABLDG / Reinecke, Annette (Ms) / Rhoda, W H / Richter, A / Robinson, Gareth (Mr) / Romanhof,                money for the little patients at the Hospital.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   their daughter Genna at the
    Rocky (Mr) / Rose, Diahann (Ms) / Rotary Anns Club of Strand / Rothgiesser, F (Mr) / Roux, Nicole / Rowand, A R /        • Sarita Stern who presented the newly formed operatic vocal quartet ‘Voices of             Baba Indaba Expo
    Royker, Meyboob (Mr) / Sacher, Maurice (Mr) / Samsodien, Waadiyah (Ms) / Sandak Lewin Trust / Sayed, M R (Dr)
                                                                                                                               Hope’ together with senior students from the UCT Opera School at the ‘Voices of
    / Scanlen, Clint (Mr) / Scanlen, Mandy (Ms) / Schreiber, Manuka / Shaff, Yvonne (Ms) / Shaun's Metals / Shepherd,
    Lizel (Miss) / Simon, L (Mr) / Simon, Mark & Leanne (Mr & Mrs) / Simons, G A (Dr) / Simpson, D M (Mr) / Smillie,           Hope’ concert held at the Baxter Theatre.
    C M (Mr) / Smit, H A O (Mr) / Smith, Pieter (Mr) / Smuts, J V (Mrs) / Smythe, Andrew & Lynda (Mr & Mrs) / Solanki,       • The SPAR Woman’s Challenge where more than 9 000 runners lined up at the
    Chandrakant (Mr) / Somerset West Golf Club / Sperling, VF / St Cyprian's School / St George's Grammar School /             start of the 10km race at the Bellville Velodrome to support the Red Cross War
    Stars Away Investments 99 (Pty) Ltd / Stelzner, Susan (Ms) / Steyn, Dora (Dr) / Stihl / Suliaman, N J (Mr) / Sullivan,
                                                                                                                               Memorial Children’s Hospital.
    Aidan (Mr) / Sunday Inner Circle / Synovate (Pty) Ltd / Teeton, TW&JC (Mr&Mrs) / The Caxton Group / Theron, G
    M (Ms) / Thompson, U (Mrs) / Timour Hall Primary School / Trans Africa Safari's / Trikam, K K (Mr) / Tshabangu, P        • Nedbank for hosting their first City of Cape Town 10km & 5km Marathon
    (Mr) / TSP / Umhlanga Sands / Van der Westhuizen, C / Van Niekerk, Seth (Mr) / Van Rensburg, Marike (Mrs) / Van            which started and ended in the city centre, but wound through surrounding
    Ryneveld, A J (Mr & Mrs) / Vennard, Cisca (Ms) / Venter, R (Mrs) / Verson, R G (Mr) / Viljoen, Karien (Dr) / Vlahos,
                                                                                                                               suburbs and passed the Hospital.
    Themi (Mr) / Vorga, Mario (Mr) / Vos, Weisner / W A Construction / Wappoint Charity / Warner, Marcelle (Mrs) /
    Waudby, Philip (Mr) / Wentzel, J / Western Province Blood Transfusion / Westvig, Karl & Gaby (Mr & Mrs) / Wickens,       • Phillip Waudby, a 54-year-old running enthusiast and businessman from
    John (Dr) / Wilde, C B / Willard, Tim (Mr) / William Holmes Family Charitable Trust / Williams, A / Williams, D G          Johannesburg who competed in the SA Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Desert
    (Mr) / Williams, J L (Ms) / Wilson, Ruth (Mrs) / Wilson, V R (Mr/s) / Wirtgen South Africa Pty Ltd / Woodland, JS /
    Wynter, Murray & Tracy (Mr & Mrs)
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                                                                                                                                                                                                           Event Supporters                 CONTINUED

                                             Marathon to raise funds for the Hospital. The marathon is a unique, self-             • Engen and the Santos soccer team who support the Hospital through their
                                             sufficiency race held over six legs in seven days, where participants must carry all     ‘Goals for Charity’ campaign. A number of Santos players and Octagon staff
                                             their supplies and equipment.                                                           visited the Burns patients and their families to hand out toys and food parcels at
                                          • Portrait People’s new photographic studio for arranging fun face-painting
                                            competitions for the young shoppers at Long Beach Mall and also spending               • Lize Beekman for composing the beautiful Lize Beekman Lullaby CD for young
                                            precious time with the little patients capturing beautiful moments at the Hospital.      and old to enjoy, and for her tireless passion to raise funds to ensure that the
                                                                                                                                     patients continue to receive the love and care that they deserve. Thank you to
                                          • Pick ‘n Pay for graciously hosting our exciting “R5 Win Free Groceries for a
                                                                                                                                     Baba en Kleuter and Baby City for their support in producing and distributing
                                            Year” competition and for co-sponsoring the impressive prize of R24 000 with
                                                                                                                                     this CD.
         Phillip Waudby running
                                            McCain. A special thank you to Pick ‘n Pay for their successful re-launch of a                                                                                                    The Hospital’s patients with
       the SA Kalahari Augrabies            stunning new range of Lolo baby wear, ensuring babies around the country               • The Cape Town Male Voice Choir for entertaining the children at the Hospital             the Cape Town Male Voice
      Extreme Desert Marathon to            can continue to wear our ”Lolo” character in style.                                      with songs and acts. The choir also performed their annual concert at the City                     Choir
      raise funds for the Hospital                                                                                                   Hall to raise additional funds for the Hospital.
                                          • All schools in the Western Cape and other provinces that supported the Hospital
                                            through various projects and events during the year.                                   • Little Red Wagon for arranging a music and dance evening in Hollywood and
                                                                                                                                     also sold T-shirts with patients’ artwork to raise funds for the Oncology Unit. A
                                          • Adventurer Ricky De Agrela who was accompanied by Lolo, the Children’s
                                                                                                                                     special thank you to Christine Marais Hoffman for showing us that there are
                                            Hospital Trust mascot, on his Freedom Ski to the South Pole. The purpose of
                                                                                                                                     special people abroad who care deeply about Africa’s children.
                                            his adventure was to communicate his passion, the awareness of our environment
                                            and how southern Africa will be the most affected by Global Warming related            • The Coots Golfers for hosting their extremely successful annual Coots Golf Day
                                            diseases and to create awareness of the Hospital and the challenges it faces with        in aid of the Hospital at Westlake Golf Club.
                                            these diseases.
                                                                                                                                   • Ruth Burlak Salon in Cape Town who invited their clients and friends to attend
                                          • Kelly Burke from Flux Communications and the Harley Davidson Club for                    a Ladies Breakfast in support of the Hospital.
                                            hosting a Christmas Party for all the Oncology patients. The joy your motorcycles
                                                                                                                                   • Gonzos Pool Lounge for hosting a ‘Christmas in July’ party to raise funds for
                                            and gifts brought to these patients won’t soon be forgotten.
                                                                                                                                     the Hospital.
                                          • Pricewaterhouse Coopers staff who attended their Annual Spring Ball and
                                                                                                                                   • UCT Physiotherapy students who organised a UCT Fun Run to raise awareness
                                            supported the Hospital by purchasing raffle tickets.
                                                                                                                                     and much-needed funds for the Hospital.
                                          • Volunteers from the All Africa Initiative, staged by the Church of Jesus
                                                                                                                                   • Jerry Smeda for decorating his home in Kuilsriver with thousands of bright
                                            Christ of Latter-Day Saints who gave of their time to wash the windows at the
                                                                                                                                     Christmas lights to raise money for the Hospital.
      Ricky De Agrela at the South
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kauai treats the Hospital’s
     Pole with Lolo, the Trust mascot                                                                                              • Kauai who treated the staff in the Out Patients, ICU, Cardiology and Surgical
                                          • Pam Golding who sponsored paper and crayons for the patients at the Hospital                                                                                                             staff to lunch
                                                                                                                                     departments to a delicious lunch and Kauai smoothies.
                                            to create beautiful Christmas drawings for the Pam Golding Christmas Card
                                            Competition.                                                                           • The students at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology who organised
                                                                                                                                     a successful fundraising Market Day.
                                          • Karen Botten and Gerda Munnik for organising their annual Groot
                                            Constantia Christmas Gift Fair where hundreds of keen Christmas shoppers               • Jeremy Killian, landscaper and owner of Nature’s Blueprint, who created an
                                            could choose from a variety of hand-made gifts while supporting the Hospital.            ‘Urban Knot Garden’ displaying different garden styles. The Children’s Hospital
                                                                                                                                     Trust shared his exhibition stand by raffling a Weber Gas Braai sponsored by
                                          • Steenberg Golf Estate for hosting their annual Steenberg Classic Golf Day to
                                                                                                                                     Laughtons in Sea Point.
                                            purchase life-saving equipment for the Hospital.
                                                                                                                                   • Metal Windows for collaborating with their loyal client base to contribute
                                          • The Landmarks Half Marathon for including the Red Cross War Memorial
                                                                                                                                     financially to the Hospital and their commitment to helping us spread awareness
                                            Children’s Hospital as a landmark in their annual race and for raising money for
                                                                                                                                     for a very special Hospital.
                                            the Hospital.
                                                                                                                                   • Vanilla Canvas Art Gallery for exhibiting artworks created by the patients and
                                          • Corporates and keen golfers who spent a day with some of SA’s best sportsmen
                                                                                                                                     staff at the Hospital. The children were treated to art classes by well-known artists
                                            such as Jacques Kallis, Mark Boucher, Justin Kemp and Eric Simons at the
                                                                                                                                     such as Tania Babb, Candice Dawn B and Andrew Cooper who helped
                                            Celebrity Golf Day hosted by Fusion Events and sponsored by Investec.
                                                                                                                                     them create masterpieces.
                                          • Vanessa Maccioni who hosted her annual private Christmas Dinner where
                                                                                                                                   • Nashua for hosting the Nashua Golf Day to raise money for the purchasing of
                                            friends and family gathered to celebrate the festive season in support of the
                                                                                                                                     equipment for the Hospital.
   Trust staff members with SA Proteas                                                                                             • Place of Play for giving healthy children the opportunity to help sick children            Patients from the Hospital
   Jacques Kallis, Mark Boucher, Justin   • Media24 and Sarie for their unwavering support shown through monthly                                                                                                             Primary School creating art for
                                                                                                                                     get well and for their passion and commitment in promoting good old-fashioned
     Kemp and Shane Jabaar at the           editorials, as well as their numerous financial donations and regular innovative                                                                                                  the Vanilla Canvas Art Auction
                                                                                                                                     outdoor playtime for families.
            Celebrity Golf Day              fundraising projects.
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    A                             D                                    Hirt & Carter              Mark Bowan Picture Frames          Radio Helderberg                            Ultra Sound & Lighting
                                                                       Holly Wood Furniture Co.   Mark Jennings                      Radio Tygerberg                             Union-Swiss: Bio-Oil
    Alan Crisp                    David Goldblatt                       – Vince & Ronel Muir      Marlene Dumas                      Research Surveys TNS                        Usha Seejarim
    Alison Kearney                Deborah Bell                         Huey Club                  Master Organice – George van Zyl   Richard’s Electrical - Richard White
    Alliance Group                Dell Foundation                                                 Maties Radio                       Robert Hodgins                              V
    Amanda Tiffin                  Diane Victor                         I                          Maureen Shields                    Rogan Ward
    Ambassador Group              Die Burger                                                      Maxwoods                           Rose Café                                   Vanessa Maccioni
    Amber Booysen (4 years old)   DNA Strings                          Ian Farrow                 Media24                            Ruda Landman                                Vanilla Canvas
    Andrew Cooper                 Dr Marc Hendricks                    Ike Moriz                  Metro Emergency                                                                Vineyard Hotel & Spa
    ArabellaSheraton              Drum Café                            Indigo Design              Mikhael Subotzky                   S                                           Voice of the Cape
    – Grand Hotel                 Dumile Feni                          ISquared                   Mint Design
                                  Dutch Embassy & Dutch Navy                                      Murray Clan Insurance Brokers      South African Journal of Child Healthcare   W
    B                                                                  J                          My T Chai                          Sally Williams
                                  E                                                                                                  Sam Nhlengethwa                             William Kentridge
    Baba Indaba                                                        James Swemmer              N                                  Samsung                                     Willie Bester
    Babysense                     Easy Pay                             Johannes Segogela                                             San Souci                                   Wine of the Month Club
    Bear and Hug                  Eclectic Facilitators                                           Nature’s Blueprint                 Santos Soccer Team                          Winston Saoli
    Beezy Bailey                  Elite Marquee                        K                          Newsclip Media Monitoring          Sarie                                       Workshop 17
    Belinda Glass                 Engen                                                           Nic Marais                         Senzeni Marasela                            Write Shoppe
    Bell-Roberts Art Gallery                                           Kagiso Pat Mautloa         Nice Equipment                     Shamwari Game Reserve
    Birkenhead Villa              F                                         Nigel Mullins                      Shelley Redelinghuys                        Z
    Boschendal                                                         Kangro Holdings            Nomadik Tents                      Simons Restaurant
    Bounty Magazine               Falcon Electronics                   Karen Botten               Nontsikelelo (Lolo) Veleko         Siyakhulu                                   Zip Zap Circus
    Brett Murray                  Fine Music Radio                     Karen Knipscheer           Norman Catherine                   South African Travel Centre                 Zwelethu Mthethwa
    BSG                           Fluxcom                              Karina Turok                                                  Spoilt
    Busy Bee Photography          Frances Goodman                      Kathryn Smith              O                                  Steadtler
    Butlers Pizza                 Frank Michael & Monday Golf School   Kauai                                                         Stodels Nursery
    Bizzy Bodies                  Fresh FM                             Kelvin Grove               Octagon                            Sue Tacon
                                               Kendell Geers                                                 Sue Williamson
    C                                                                  Kiddo                      P                                  Sydney Kumalo
                                  G                                    Kim Lieberman
    Cameron Platter                                                    Kluk & CGDT                Pam Golding                        T
    Candice B Dawn                Garden Court Sandton City                                       Party Design
    Cape Argus                    Garden Matters – Philip & Melanie    L                          Paul du Toit                       Tania Babb
    Cape Car Hire                 Gear House                                                      Percy Konqobe                      Terence Warwick
    Cape Town Male Voice          Geoff’s Handicraft                   Laughtons Hardware Store   Peter Godsiff                      The Chocolatier
    Choir                         Giggling Gourmet                     Leonie Brown               Philip Haupt                       The Framer
    CC Africa                     Goddards Electrical                  Lifestyle Portraits        Phinda Game Reserve                The Italian Shop
    Cecil Skotnes                 Good Hope FM                         Linda Givon                Picardie Spring Water              The Madikwe Collection
    Cellucity                     Goodman Gallery                      Lindt & Carpe Diem         Pick ‘n Pay                        The Stellenbosch Hydro
    Chez Bean                     Gossow & Harding                     Lion Sands Game Reserve    Pippa Skotnes                      The Write Shoppe
    Chris Brewer                  Graduate School of Business          Lisa Brice                 Portrait People                    The Young Ones
    Christine Stopford            Graham Beck Wines                    Low & Schreiber            Postnet Sun Valley                 Thistle Cottage
    Claremart Auction Group       Greater Than Public Relations        Luan Nel                                                      Toi Toy & Monkey Biz
    Clico Guest House             Greg & Sandy Fitzgerald                                         Q                                  Toshiba
    Cliffe Dekker Attorneys       Groot Constantia Wine Estate         M                                                             Tracey Rose
    Clifford Boughan                                                                              Quivertree Publications            Travelling Bookshop
    Clive van den Berg            H                                    M Tech SA                                                     Twelve Apostles
    Commodore Hotel                                                    Maack & Maartin            R
    Croyden Wine Estate           Harley Davidson Club                 Mandy Scanlen                                                 U
    Cyprian Shilakoe              Heidi Hadaway                        Marcell the Magician       Radical Catering
                                  Highbury Safika Media                 Margot Hattingh            Radio CCFM                         UCT Radio
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                  Getting our children home
                      where they belong               TASHLIN THOMPSON (8 YEARS OLD)

                                                      After a weekend of flu-like symptoms, including a high fever, the Thompsons took their
                                                      daughter Tashlin to the doctor. He immediately referred her to the Red Cross War Memorial
                                                      Children’s Hospital where she was diagnosed with Leukaemia at just 6 years old. She was
                                                      admitted to hospital and underwent numerous courses of intense chemotherapy treatment
                                                      over a period of 6 months and could not attend school. After months of high-level care at
                                                      the Oncology Unit, Tashlin is now recovering well and her parents and family are looking
                                                      forward to having her enjoy her childhood with them.

                                                      MBALI MAHLANGU (6 YEARS OLD)

                                                      Mbali was burned in a shack fire in Mpumalanga when she was just 4 years old. Her parents
                                                      sought treatment for her at two other hospitals in Mpumalanga and Pretoria. After more
                                                      than 9 months in isolation and undergoing many skin graft operations on her head, hands
                                                      and stomach, her wounds were still not healing. Her parents, Leon and Tshepo Mahlangu,
                                                      decided to bring her to the Burns Unit at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital.
                                                      Mbali received a further 6 months’ treatment at the Hospital before being discharged. Despite
                                                      severe scarring on her face and hands she is a delightful, happy little girl with a beautiful
                                                      personality. She will receive continued physiotherapy in Johannesburg before returning to the
                                                      Hospital for further plastic surgery.

                                  LIVE IN THEM.”
                                   – NANCY REAGAN –
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                                                                                                                            Bank Details

                         AIDEN MALUMBO (9 YEARS OLD)                                                                        SOUTH AFRICA
                                                                                                                            Bank Account Name: The Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                            Standard Bank: Rondebosch
                                                                                                                            Account Number: 071443126
                                                                                                                            Branch Code: 025009
                                                                                                                            Fax your deposit slip and contact details to (021) 686 7861

                         At age 3, Aiden Malumbo suddenly collapsed at his home and was rushed to a private hospital        INTERNATIONAL
                         in Cape Town. He was subsequently referred to the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s
                         Hospital and was diagnosed with a high-risk brain tumour within 72 hours. His case was             Bank Account Name: The Children’s Hospital Trust
                         particularly complex as the tumour was large and was growing in close proximity to the             Standard Bank: Rondebosch
                         brain stem and spinal cord. An emergency neurological surgical procedure was performed             Account Number: 071433090
                         to remove fluid build-up on the brain and help relieve the pressure that was causing his low        Branch Code: 025 00911
                         levels of consciousness. A second 6-hour operation followed to remove most of the harmful          Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ
                         tumour. After a short stint in ICU, Aiden regained consciousness and, a few weeks later had        Bank Telephone Number: +27 21 680 4729
                         a course of radiotherapy to further reduce the remainder of the tumour. Now, more than 6           Fax your deposit slip and contact details to +27 21 686 7861
                         years later, Aiden is completely recovered and enjoys spending time on his Sony Playstation.

                                                                                                                            UNITED KINGDOM
                                                                                                                            Charity name: The Children’s Hospital Trust,
                                                                                                                            South Africa, Registered No 1121573
                                                                                                                            The Cooperative Bank
                                                                                                                            Account Number: 65256860
                                                                                                                            Sort Code: 08 - 92 - 99
                                                                                                                            PO Box 250
                         SHUKRIE SONDAY (12 YEARS OLD)
                                                                                                                            Delf House
                                                                                                                            Charity correspondant: Mr Benedict Hall
                                                                                                                            32 Leppoc Road
                                                                                                                            SW4 9LT
                         In July 2007, Shukrie Sonday and his two younger brothers were involved in a dreadful              Tel: 0203 051 0109
                         liquid explosion. Not only did Shukrie lose both his brothers in the fire, but he also sustained
                         burns to 80% of his body. After the accident Shukrie was immediately referred to the Red
                         Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and arrived by ambulance at the Trauma Unit. At
                         the time, doctors felt he had a very low chance of survival, but a team of specialists rallied
                         around to give him their most expert care. Over a period of more than 6 months, Shukrie
                         underwent countless operations and skin grafts – including the use of synthetic skin and
                         special dressings. It’s been a hard journey for Shukrie and his family, but with ongoing
                         support from a dedicated rehabilitation crew – a physiotherapist, aromatherapist, music
                         therapist and cultural therapist – he is well on the way to a full recovery and looks forward to
                         playing the trumpet again soon.
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                                                                                                                                           Board of Trustees, Patrons and Committee Members

                                              Trust Our Team                                                                               TRUSTEES
                                                                                                                                           Mr Usman Ahmed                     :   Chairman, Flywell Travel
                                                                                                                                           *Emeritus Professor David Beatty   :   Deputy Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust; Emeritus Professor of the
                                                                                                                                                                                  Department of Paediatrics and Clinical Child Health University of Cape
                                                                                                                                           Mr Allan Bell                      :   Retired Director of Companies (deceased 31/01/08)
                                                                                                                                           *Mr John Bester                    :   Treasurer, the Children’s Hospital Trust; Financial Director, Personal Trust
                                                                                                                                           *Mrs Isabelle Franzen              :   Business Consultant
                                                                                                                                           Mr Roy Gordon                      :   Former CEO, I&J Holdings; Business Consultant
                                                                                                                                           Mr Peter James                     :   Former Director, Safmarine Corporation Ltd
                                                                                                                                           Mr Don Macey                       :   PR Consultant and Lecturer; Chairman Delta Environmental Centre JHB;
                                                                                                                                                                                  Former Manager Standard Bank Foundation
                                                                                                                                           *Professor Cas Motala              :   Senior Lecturer, Department of Paediatrics, University of Cape Town;
                                                                                                                                                                                  Director Clinical Services and Head of the Allergy Clinic at the Red Cross
                                                                                                                                                                                  War Memorial Children’s Hospital.
                                                                                                                                           *Mr Chris Niland                   :   Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust; Attorney
                                                                                                                                           *Mr Ted Parlabean                  :   Retired Director of Companies
                                                                                                                                           Mr Themba Pasiwe                   :   Director, Thembalethu Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd; Director, Cape Town
                                                                                                                                                                                  International Convention Centre
                                                                                                                                           Emeritus Professor Heinz Rode      :   Emeritus Charles FM Saint Professor of Paediatric Surgery, University of
                                                                                                                                                                                  Cape Town, and Dept. Paediatric Surgery, the Red Cross War Memorial
                                                                                                                                                                                  Children’s Hospital
                                                                                                                                           * Dr Thomas Sutcliffe              :   Retired Head of Health, PGWC; Chairman of the Provincial Audit Committee
          (Back Left to Right) Natalie Jean Earle (Communications Resource Liaison), Sandi Sher (Communications Coordinator: Marketing),
          Tara van Schalkwyk (Communications Coordinator: Events), Isabel Sars (Data Capturer), Tania Basson (Project Manager), Helen
                                                                                                                                                                                  for the Department of Health
          White (Communications Manager), Joanne Hen-Boisen (Fundraising Manager), Lynda Reeves (Direct Marketing Manager)
                                                                                                                                           * Executive Committee members
          (Front Left to Right) Melisa Patterson (Office Assistant & Receptionist), Desiree Potter (Personal Assistant to the CEO & Trust
          Coordinator), Anne-Rose September (Finance Assistant), Nicky Bishop (CEO), Lea Schäfer (Individual Development), Natasha
          Rossouw (Finance Manager), Lizel Shepherd (Fundraising Researcher)
                                                                                                                                           Mr Christopher Beatty              :   Director of Companies
                                                                                                                                           Mrs Amanda Bloch                   :   Businesswoman and Fundraiser
                                                                                                                                           Mr Dudley Cloete-Hopkins           :   Director, Alphen Hotel
                                                                                                                                           Mrs Cynthia Cormack                :   Fundraiser, Guernsey, Channel Islands
                                                                                                                                           Emeritus Professor Sid Cywes       :   Emeritus Charles FM Saint Professor of Paediatric Surgery, University of
                                                                                                                                                                                  Cape Town, and Dept. Paediatric Surgery, the Red Cross War Memorial
                                                                                                                                                                                  Children’s Hospital
                                                                                                                                           Dr Mamphela Ramphele               :   Chair of Circle Capital Ventures

C O M I N G TO G E T H E R I S A B E G I N N I N G. K E E P I N G TO G E T H E R                                                           Dr Christo Wiese                   :   Chairperson, Pepkor Ltd and Director of Companies

         I S P R O G R E S S. W O R K I N G TO G E T H E R I S S U C C E S S.
                                                                – HENRY FORD –
52 The Childrens Hospital Trust                                                                                                                                                                         Annual Report 2007      53

    Sub-Committees 2008

     NAME                         DESIGNATION                DESCRIPTION                                         NAME                         DESIGNATION                DESCRIPTION

     FOUNDATION BOARD                                                                                            Ms Desiree Potter            Minute Secretary           PA/Trust Co-ordinator, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                 Ms Natasha Rossouw           In attendance              Finance Manager, the Children’s Hospital Trust
     Mr John Bester               Chairman                   Treasurer, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                             Financial Director, Personal Trust                  Programme Evaluation Group
     Mr Chris Niland              Trustee                    Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust             Emeritus Prof David Beatty   Committee Chairman         Deputy Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                             Attorney                                                                                                    Emeritus Professor of the Department of
                                                                                                                                                                         Paediatrics and Clinical Child Health University
     Emeritus Prof David Beatty   Trustee                    Deputy Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                                                                         of Cape Town
                                                             Emeritus Professor of the Department of
                                                             Paediatrics and Clinical Child Health University    Emeritus Prof Heinz Rode     Committee member           Trustee, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                             of Cape Town                                                                                                Emeritus Professor of Paediatric Surgery,
                                                                                                                                                                         Former Head of Surgery at the Red Cross War
     Mr Thabo Seopa               Trustee                    MD of Telkom Directory Services (TDS)
                                                                                                                                                                         Memorial Children’s Hospital
     Mr Vela Mabena               Trustee                    Ntinga Transformational Consulting Services-
                                                                                                                 Mr Chris Niland              Committee member-Trustee   Chairman, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                             Training and Marketing
     Mr Louis Fourie              Invitee                    Consultant: The Logic Filter
                                                                                                                 Ms Nicky Bishop              Committee Member           CEO, the Children’s Hospital Trust

     THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL TRUST SUB-COMMITTEES                                                                Prof Andrew Argent           Committee Member           Clinicians Council Chair/Medicine
                                                                                                                 Prof Tony Westwood           Committee Member           Co-ordinating clinician for Child Health PGWC
     Investment Committee                                                                                        Prof George Swingler         Committee Member           Director: School of Child and Adolescent
     Mr John Bester               Committee Chairman         Trustee, the Children's Hospital Trust                                                                      Health

                                                             Financial Director, Personal Trust                  Ms Suzanne Ackerman          Committee Member           Business Person

     Mr Chris Niland              Committee member-Trustee   Chairman, the Children's Hospital Trust             Mr Spencer McNally           Committee Member           Business Person
                                                             Attorney                                            Ms Amanda Bloch              Committee Member-Patron    Businesswoman and Fundraiser
     Mr Christopher Beatty        Committee member           Patron, the Children's Hospital Trust               Mr Dominique Uwizeyimana     Committee Administrator    Administrator
                                                             Director of Companies                               Ms Joanne Hen-Boisen         Invitee                    Fundraising Manager
     Mr Thabo Seopa               Committee member           MD of Telkom Directory Services (TDS)
                                                                                                                 Liaison Committee
     Ms Nicky Bishop              In attendance              CEO, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                 Dr Dimitri Erasmus                                      CEO, the Red Cross War Memorial Children's
     Ms Desiree Potter            Minute Secretary           Trust Co-ordinator, the Children's Hospital Trust
     Mr Jonathan Bloch            By Invitation-Investment   Financial Advisor Investec Cape Town
                                                                                                                 Ms Nicky Bishop                                         CEO, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                 Dr Tom Sutcliffe                                        Trustee, the Children’s Hospital Trust
     Audit and Risk Committee                                                                                    Prof Cas Motala                                         Trustee, the Children’s Hospital Trust
     Mr John Bester               Committee Chairman         Trustee, the Children's Hospital Trust
                                                                                                                 Building and Capital Work Committee
                                                             Financial Director, Personal Trust
                                                                                                                 Mr Ted Parlabean             Committee Chairman         Former Director of companies, former Trustee
     Mr Chris Niland              Committee member-Trustee   Chairman, the Children's Hospital Trust
                                                             Attorney                                            Mr Glen Mackie               Committee Member           Business Person

     Ms Deborah Tickle            Committee member           A partner in tax services at KPMG                   Emeritus Prof David Beatty   Committee Member           Trustee, the Children’s Hospital Trust

     Mr Trevor Puley              Committee member           Commercial Director of the Integrated Supply        Mr Willie van der Merwe      Committee Member           Business Person
                                                             and Trading Division at BPSA.                       Mr Craig Summersgill         Committee Member           Quantity Surveyor
     Mr Llewellyn Smith           In attendance              Partner, KPMG                                       Ms Tania Basson              Minutes in attendance      Project Manager, the Children’s Hospital Trust
     Ms Nicky Bishop              In attendance              CEO, the Children's Hospital Trust                  Ms Nicky Bishop              In attendance              CEO, the Children’s Hospital Trust
                                            The Children’s Hospital Trust
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                                             Cape Town South Africa
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