We are committed to improving the lives of people in our community and maintain an ongoing social responsibility programme. This includes:


EXSA hosts an annual Organ Donor Friends Golf Day to raise funds for the Organ Donor Foundation and the Eye Bank.

Players are invited to join hands with EXSA management and shareholders to contribute to the promotion of organ donation, specifically in the Western Cape. Following his receipt of a donated kidney, Exsa founder and director the late Kosie Laubscher, made this cause his life’s passion. Exsa supports this strongly and hosts an annual golf day to raise funds for this cause.

The Organ Donor Foundation raises awareness of organ donation within the medical community and trains and health care professionals in organ procurement. The Eye Bank obtains and distributes eye tissue to surgeons for transplant purposes in order to restore or improve the sight of people who are blind or partially blind due to corneal disease or injury. It is a registered non-profit organisation, authorised by the Department of Health.


Repelsteeltjie is a day care centre at De Doorns in the Hex River Valley and cares for more than 100 children aged 2-6 years on weekdays.

The centre is attended by the children of farm labourers in the community as well as for children from previously disadvantaged communities. Children are supervised and stimulated for the entire workday and receive breakfast and lunch daily.

Exsa’s vision is that when children leave Repelsteeltjie aged 6, they should be competent academically, emotionally and spiritually and physically strong enough to start primary school. The skills and values learned at pre-school should prepare children life by instilling a sense of respect for themselves and those around them. To this end, we aid Reepelsteeltjie on request when they need specific requirements.