Featured Sponsorships

The Future is Bright - R2 Million in Bursaries to be Awarded

We’ve partnered with South Africa’s favourite radio stations to offer qualifying students a share of R2 million in tertiary bursaries.

Hollywoodbets renews sponsorship of Comrades Marathon

Hollywoodbets has renewed its sponsorship as the Official Sports Betting Partner to the Comrades Mar...

KZN Cricket roll out first phase of Bowl Out Hunger

The KZN Cricket Union kicked off the first phase of Bowl Out Hunger Campaign as food parcels reached...

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Soccer Sponsorships

PMB Legends FC

Hollywoodbets Raisethorpe showed their support for PMB Legends FC as part of the Hollywoodbets My Community Programme 2020/21....

KZN Cricket roll out first phase of Bowl Out Hunger

The KZN Cricket Union kicked off the first phase of Bowl Out Hunger Campaign as food parcels reached...

Bayview United Sporting Club

Hollywoodbets Pelican chose Bayview United Sporting Club as their organisation of choice for the Hol...

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Latest Partnerships

Ngculu Zebras Rugby Club - Phaka

Phaka Powered by Hollywoodbets

Hollywoodbets is proud to be associated with the popular Phaka rugby show, which is presented in both English and Xhosa


Lighthouse Foundation

Hollywoodbets’ My Community Programme and Nomzamo Mbatha’s Lighthouse Foundation united to donate R1.35 million to South Africans suffering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, via their “Brighter Future” campaign. South African starlet Nomzamo Mbatha partnered with Hollywoodbets to reach out to those who truly need it. Hollywoodbets made One Million Rand available to the My Community Programme in order to bring some relief, and a brighter future to NPOs and NGOs across South Africa’s nine different provinces. This initiative provided financial support to several beneficiaries, basic hygiene items, food as well as other essentials. The Lighthouse Foundation and the Hollywoodbets My Community Programme also made a R50 000 donation to the Nelson Mandela Foundation as well as a R300 000 contribution towards the Solidarity Fund.

Hollywoodbets committed to donating a total of R2 250 000 to the National Horse Trust (NHT) over a period of three years. Horse racing is a large part of the business, so it was an important organisation for the Hollywoodbets team to invest in. This large investment will enable the NHT, and the horse care units operating under its umbrella, to continue doing the important work of caring for retired racehorses, and neglected and abused equines, as well as continuing rural outreach educational programmes to help those relying on horses and donkeys as a means of income.

The NHT has been looking after the health and protection of equines since 1988. Currently, the Trust is the benefactor of three affiliated care units located in Gauteng, Port Elizabeth and KwaZulu-Natal. Even though the organisation was started specifically with the care and protection of retired race horses in mind, it has extended its sphere of influence and responsibility to now embrace all neglected and abused horses and donkeys. The NHT achieves this by educating rural equine owners on how to properly care for these animals, as well as relocating abused or neglected horses and donkeys when needed. The Trust heavily relies on donations from the public in order to continue doing this important work.

The Comrades Marathon is the world’s largest and oldest ultramarathon race that takes place  in KwaZulu-Natal. Hollywoodbets is proud to have been a part of it for the past 11 years, and also to have been the halfway mark sponsor for 2017, 2018 and 2019. A huge part of our involvement includes giving back to the community of Drummond where our refreshment station is based. Each year, we work with this community by engaging with the local chief in terms of what is required, and then delivering any remaining usable stock to them. This year, the event had to adapt to the current pandemic. As a result, 2020 saw the first ever Comrades Virtual Race Campaign, and we wanted to ensure that they could still be involved in some way or the other. We, therefore, made a donation of R12 500 which went towards supplying 95 food hampers to the community of Esikhelekehleni in Drummond.