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CASUAL Day is just around the corner and People Against Suits and Ties wants the public to be a part of it in support of persons with disabilities.
The organisation encourages all South Africans to buy a sticker, dress casually and wear a T-shirt on September 4.
Last year, with the help of several celebrities, Past collected R2million. This year they want to raise even more.
This year's theme is "Drop your suit and Join the Team".
"Past hosted a Casual Day Comedy Evening at Joe Parker's Comedy Club, and Pantless comedians Joe Parker, Tespo Mogale, Darren Maule and others provided light entertainment as well as encouraging South Africans to show their support for persons with disabilities.
"You can show your support by buying a R10 Casual Day sticker from any Absa branch and wear a T-shirt this Casual Day," said Lisa Kalk of Past.
Past was launched last year as a movement against suits and ties. Its members include Mark Fish, Breyton Paulse, Pabi Moloi and Liezl van der Westhuizen.