"We need business to understand its social responsibility, that the main task and objective for a business is not to generate extra income and to become rich and transfer the money abroad, but to look and evaluate what a businessman has done for the country, for the people, on whose account he or she has become so rich."

Vladimir Putin

At MGH we dedicate our resources to the betterment and growth of three Non-Profit Organisations namely South African Haemophilia Foundation, Liaphakoe Liatile NPC and Maclese Foundation.




South African Haemophilia Foundation

In June 1970, a national congress was held in East London and the South African Haemophilia Foundation came into being and shortly thereafter was admitted to the membership of the World Federation of Haemophilia. The foundation is comprised of seven voluntary committees for the Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal, Free State, North and Central Regions. The Foundation has as its mission:

  • To provide a fellowship for persons with haemophilia and similar conditions, for their families and those concerned in their health and welfare.
  • To promote the interests of persons with haemophilia and similar conditions.
  • To, where possible and within the means of the Foundation, financially assist persons with haemophilia and similar conditions needing such assistance.
  • To strive to facilitate adequate treatment facilities and access to safe products for the treatment of haemophilia at the best financial dispensation possible.
  • To render its services in the Republic of South Africa.





Maclese Foundation

Wants to establish a program based on the current need for improvement on Mathematics, accounting, IT and Physical Sciences results in the Northern Cape. 

Through study sessions and camps for specific activities based on each subject need and creating measurable tools to evaluate whether students and educators are succeeding. Programs will serve grade 10-12 school learners, educators and coordinators. Students will be identified by the school/community liaison, teachers and principals. The community learning centers will improve student attitudes, and lower their risk for substance abuse and involvement with the juvenile justice system. Programs such as violence/substance abuse prevention, conflict resolution, and academic enrichment will be provided.