Ryno and Leané du Preez, the owners of Ocean View Spar and Swakopmund Spar, with Cancer Association CEO, Rolf Hansen (right) after a very successful ladies’ breakfast which raised N$200,000 for the fight against cancer. Some 730 supportive women attended the annual event which is now in its 6th year, some driving from Windhoek and even from Cape Town. The proceeds go to the Cancer Association after the event costs have been covered. Said Rolf “Ryno hosts this event annually. He and his wife do an excellent job at it. We are so thankful for their commitment as local community and business members of Swakopmund.”
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