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About Us

How ONEWingz Originated

ONEWingz was born out of Darren Scott’s previous radio project: Good Morning Angels” – where he and Di Broodryk assisted the needy in the same way, on Jacaranda FM. When Darren left Jacaranda in 2011, his Angels Golf Event alone had raised over R3,5 million in just 4 years! ALL of these funds were used during that period, to change peoples’ lives for the better.

  • The world we live in right now
    can be hard
  • It’s about making an impact,
  • Making small differences
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ONEWingz 2021 Golf Day Legends Tribute Concert

The Latest Differences We've Made

ONEWingz steps in to assist KZN Flood Relief!

After KZN’s worst flood devastation ever, OneWingz decided to join hands with another radio station in Durban, to assist with flood relief efforts. Darren called his former producer, WR van der Merwe, who is now the East Coast Radio Breakfast Show producer, and asked what OneWingz could do to assist, using the large presence and network of ECR in that area, as a conduit for our assistance.

2022 ONEWingz Golf and Legend Tribute Sells out in one day - Again!

Preferred bookings opened for the 15th OneWingz Golf and Legend Tribute at Steyn City on 8 September 2022, opened on Monday. And was sold out by close of business Tuesday! This is the second year in a row that South Africa’s Premier Charity Golf and Entertainment event has sold out after one day, with all fourballs gone within 26 hours in 2021!

A Brand New Mobility Scooter for Debbie and Ronelle Shaw!

Debbie and Ronelle Shaw are a happily married couple, who have gone through a torrid couple of years. They are currently living in separate places, to enable Ronelle to work to nring in their only income, while Debbie is unable to work because of disability. Furthermore, Debbie is not mobile and uses a mobility scooter to get around, but this had broken down. So SilverStar Pays Forward stepped in and bought Debbie a brand new mobility scooter worth nearly R20 000!

Christopher Duma gets support for the year, and Oni gets to realise his soccer dream

Christopher and Christina Duma used to live in Dobsonville, Soweto, with their son, Oni, and had just started making their way in life, moving to a new apartment on the West Rand, when Covid hit. Christopher – a security guard – was retrenched, and Christina became the sole breadwinner of the family.