Rotary Club of Century City Cape Town Health Projects

Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi, the previous Minister of Health called on all sectors of society to respond to the crippling quadruple burden of disease affecting the health of our country.  “We have to ensure that coverage of our services for prevention as well as treatment, care, and support, together with their quality, improves in every corner of our country.  The Key will be to improve the involvement of communities in the planning and implementation of solutions. ”

 Enter Rotary International. As an organization that, through community service, seeks to improve the lives of people within our local communities, Rotary International developed the Rotary Family Health Days and these take place in many countries throughout the world. Right here in Century City, the local Rotary Club of Century City partnered with the Century City Home Owners Association, to bring Rotary Family Health Days to our doorstep.

The Rotary Family Health Day program is a unique public/private partnership program. The three-day, the integrated annual program provides holistic, comprehensive, preventative health programs. In partnership with the National, Provincial and District Departments of Health, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, Gilead Sciences,  SANAC, Alere, TB/HIV Care, Gift of the Givers, the SABC Foundation, Caxton, and many more, people living and working within the Century City precinct to have access to free health services. 


This took place at the Taxi rank on the 2nd and 3rd of October, and at the Square on the 4th of October, visitors to the sites were able to access free services such as:

Blood pressure screening / Cholesterol screening / Glucose screening / HIV Testing / TB testing / Men's health / Woman's Health / and so forth


of previous attendees said they were treated with respect at the Health Days


of previous attendees saw a significant improvement in their Health


of previous attendees had a good experience at the Health Days

Rotary Family Health Day

The Rotary Family Health Day was a huge success this year, despite it having to start a day later due to some unfortunate protests - but better late than never! We think the photos speak for themselves - and just look at those stats! A huge thank you to all of the wonderful sponsors who made the day happen - there are just too many to mention, but we are ever so thankful to them all.



Health Care Workers recognition

21st October 2020

End Polio Event

Rotary Club of Century City members who are all People of Action came out to support the global awareness that Polio has been eradicated in Africa, however, it remains our collective responsibility to remain vigilant so that it does not return!