Volkswagen donates minibus to Robben Island Museum

Volkswagen South-Africa Robin-Island

Volkswagen Group South Africa has donated a T5 minibus to the Robben Island Museum. The vehicle which was previously on loan to the Museum, transports VIP guests visiting this National and World Heritage site.

Volkswagen South-Africa Robin-Island

“Our relationship with Robben Island Museum goes back to 1998 when we first donated a T4 Microbus that was used to shuttle VIP visitors. In 2009, we supplied eight buses to the Island that are being used to transport and hosts visitors,” said Matt Gennrich, General Manager for Communications at Volkswagen Group South Africa.

“We are proud to continue our association with the Museum and the donation of this vehicle will further strengthen our commitment and relationship,” added Gennrich.

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