Our Partners

THANK YOU TO OUR CURRENT PARTNERS & SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT!

The Cape Town Science Centre would not be where we are today without the support of many private and public supporters.

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  • Mather’s Trust
  • ER Tonnesen Will Trust

PAST SPONSORS of the Cape Town Science Centre

XENON (R350,000+)

  • Department of Science & Technology
  • Western Cape Education Department
  • Plascon
  • LEGO Foundation / Hands On Technologies
  • MTN SA Foundation
  • SAP 
  • South African Agency for Science & Technology Advancement

KRYPTON (R100,000 to R349,999)

  • Anglo American Chairman’s Fund
  • City of Cape Town
  • Dr Hugo Nelson
  • IG Architects
  • Lasec SA and Edutrade
  • Price Waterhouse Coopers
  • Western Cape Department of Economic Development and Tourism
  • Woolworths Financial Services

ARGON (R10,000 to R99,999)

  • ARG Design
  • Cape Town’s Child
  • Centre for Early Childhood Development
  • Concor Construction
  • DataX
  • ER Tonnesen Will Trust
  • Far South Networks
  • Fireworkx
  • HCI Foundation
  • Jo Jo Tanks
  • Kanyisa Real Systems
  • Kwikot
  • Lesedi Nuclear Services
  • Macquarie Securities
  • Mather’s Trust
  • Metal Windows
  • Murray & Roberts
  • National Geographic Kids
  • ParcelJet Couriers
  • Paul Bothner Music
  • Peter Haylett Associates
  • Pick ‘n Pay
  • Popular Mechanics
  • RSA Litho
  • San Michelle
  • Sannitree
  • Shevel & Simpson Quantity Surveyors
  • Soli Philander
  • Status Africa
  • Strapp Murray/Project X

NEON (R1,000 to R9,999)

  • Bicycling Empowerment Network South Africa
  • Distell
  • TCS Hygiene
  • Cape Town Hotel School
  • Career Planet
  • Sea Point Florstore & Belgotex Carpets
  • Starke Ayres
  • Henry Fagan Structural Engineers
  • John Jones
  • Karcher
  • Rogeema Kenny
  • Solms-Delta Wine Estate
  • Society for Automation, Instrumentation, Measurement and Control
  • Spur Group
  • Technews
  • Trellidor (Coroma)
  • University of Cape Town Chemistry Department
  • Zeiss Optronics
  • Zip Zap Circus School

The CTSC operates under the auspices of the Interactive Science Foundation NPC (RF), a registered Non-Profit Organisation (031-701-NPO) and Public Benefit Organisation (18/11/13/2663). All funds received directly support our educational activities and exhibits. We value and encourage your support.