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80th Birthday to ‘Save The Rhino’ at Kariega

Rushmere Noach celebrated 80 years of legal excellence at the luxurious venue, The Granary in Stanley Street. More than 120 of their clients joined in the celebration with delicious food by Supernova. As Steve Gough welcomed everyone to this remarkable occasion he went onto explain why the firm is celebrating ’80 years of legal excellence’.

Managing Director Steve Gough opened the evening by formally welcoming guests, highlighting the important familial heritage of the firm and expressing his gratitude to clients for their loyalty and support. Supernova Catering and Events Company served delicious canapé food creations as guests were given the opportunity to pledge to the Kariega Foundation Trust’s “Save the Rhino” cause during the evening. Following an emotional and heartfelt presentation by Graeme Rushmere, Rushmere Noach together with their guests raised R190 000 towards the cause. Prize draws were held, one being drawn from the pledge ballots with two guests each winning a stay at the Five Star, Malaria free Game Reserve. Both Dalen Davidson from Canon and Alfred da Costa from Ukuvula Investment Holdings were delighted with their win.

“Rushmere Noach is eternally grateful for the generosity of our clients and colleagues and for their unselfish show of support towards our heritage and this chosen of Saving the Rhino, the importance of which Graeme so passionately conveyed at our recent function in Port Elizabeth.” said Managing Director, Steve Gough.

Graeme Rushmere, speaking on behalf of Kariega said:  “It’s difficult to express how overwhelmed and grateful we are for the firm’s idea to highlight our cause and partner with our Foundation for Rushmere Noach’s 80th birthday celebration. It is just an unbelievable and generous effort by everyone, including their clients”.