Etana partners with a wide variety of champions through a series of ongoing sponsorships and events. We like to support a range of champions, from cyclists (the MTN cycle team) and South Africa's Olympic gold medallist rowers (Sizwe Ndlovu, Matthew Brittain, James Thompson and John Smith), to soccer teams (the RED Etana Devils).
This year’s daREDevil run, taking place on 4 November 2011, will be bigger and better than ever as we go national with events in Jozi, Cape Town and Durbs! Be sure to register as a runner or supporter, and check out how you can stand a chance to win the trip of a lifetime to Thailand in the process…View more
Our passion for motor racing is second only to our passion for providing top-class business insurance, but even then not by much! We have some of the biggest petrol-heads in the industry working at Etana (including our chairman Paolo Cavalieri, himself an enthusiastic racer), so it only makes sense that we throw our full weight behind South African motorsport.View more
Like rowing, Etana is driven by people … which is one of the reasons we sponsor South Africa’s 2012 Olympic gold medallist men’s lightweight four team, Sizwe Ndlovu, Matthew Brittain, James Thompson and John Smith. This is no wateRED-down partnership! These rowers are perfectly in synch, and have made a huge splash on the world scene, taking the Etana brand with them.
The 2013 Unogwaja Challenge, in which 12 people are cycling more than 1 700km from Cape Town to Durban in 10 days so they can run the 90-kilometre Comrades Marathon, is now under way – and if you are travelling between South Africa’s largest coastal cities, look out for the team in their bright red kit.View more
The brilliant sunshine of Friday morning, 2 November was a good omen for the 2012 Etana daREDevil run following a week of incessant rain along the KwaZulu-Natal coast.
More than 200 Speedo-clad men in “50 Shades of RED” gathered in very muddy conditions to create awareness of prostate and testicular cancer by running through peak-hour traffic around the Moses Mabhida Stadium.View more