The M’dala Trust Online Auction 2022

24th October from 8am until 7th November 9pm

This year will be the 2nd online M’dala Trust Auction. Last year (2021) was an incredible success and featured some of the best Zimbabwe artists and their work, ever available on an online auction. The Trust raised over R250 000! As importantly, it gave former Zimbabweans, many now living far from “home”, a chance to buy some heritage art. This year we will be doing the same and it will be just as good. Bidders also have the peace-of-mind buying online with Noordhoek Auctions. It is a totally trustworthy means to buy art and know that what was offered will meet your expectations. Please support this worthy cause and in doing so take the opportunity of buying something of value to rekindle childhood memories.

The M’dala Trust has, since 2004, provided nearly R10 million in aid to elderly and needy Zimbabweans living in South African and in Zimbabwe. This has been made possible by the incredible generosity of many current and former Zimbabweans and well-wishers living across the globe. Without them none of this could have happened.

Today the needs of the elderly and indigent is greater than ever before – particularly of those living in Zimbabwe. Many of these people who could never have anticipated the desperate situation they now find themselves have no other means of support and survive on humbling handouts from M’dala and other worthy charities like us.

We need to double our efforts and then double them again if we are to really make a difference.

This auction will be that opportunity. Winning bidders – and we know bidding will be tough and competitive – will own a bit of history and in the process make a difference to many poorer family and countrymen/women of our native land. Not only do these pieces have real lasting value but more importantly, owning a piece will keep that memory of Zimbabwe alive.


Trust Registration No. IT 1134/2004

Non profit organisation Registration 035-987- NPO

Public benefit organisation 930 010 286