• September 2015 - CANSA Rooi Rose Tea

    On the 12 September Rooi Rose magazine hosted another lovely #KANSAtee for CANSA Cape Metro, Boland and Overberg at the City Hall in Stellenbosch. This is a high tea in support of the Cancer Association of South Africa. Here some pics including the lucky winner of one of our new E-Collection sunhats.

    Most of our hats carry the UPF50+ swing ticket which means they are specifically tested and verified as meeting the UPF50+ requirements. Awarded the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) Seal of Recognition (CSOR), the hats offer the assurance of protection against the harmful effects of the sun and therefore provide peace of mind.


    Posted by Caroline Olive Collaborator
  • AN AFRICAN ADVENTURE: Following Megan Vass

    Its so wonderful to follow Megan Vass (and hats) on their epic trip. These recent pics of hats on Lake Liambezi, The Zambezi Queen, going fishing on the Zambezi river and Stanley & Livingstone Private Game Reserve at Vics Falls - our favourite photo. Stanley and Livingstone are wearing Gilly hats!

    Posted by Carol Olive
  • CANSA 'Research In Action' Conference 2015

    We donated over a 100 hats to delegates at the CANSA The Cancer Association of South Africa 'Research in Action' 2015 Conference in July. The event brought the SA cancer research community together to share cancer research and find more ways to reduce the impact of cancer. Most of our hats carry the UPF50+ swing tag and CANSA seal of recognition.

    Posted by Caroline Olive Collaborator
  • 2015 Father's Day Winner

    This is Peter Willan wearing his Oscar Natural hat that he won in our June Fathers Day competition. Thank you Kaye Willan for sharing the photo with us all the way from Majorca! A much needed hat for sun protection.


    Posted by Carol Olive
  • Following Megan Vass On Her African Adventure

    We are excited to be following Megan Vass, Graham and friends on their African Adventure. 10 African countries, 16 600km in 90 days. Megan is traveling with a selection of Emthunzini Hats - the Gilly, her favourite. If your hat could tell stories...

    Posted by Carol Olive