2019 World Cancer Day on the 4 February marks the launch of a 3 year 'I Am and I Will' campaign led by the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) . The call-to-action is for individuals, communities, educational institutions, workplaces and policy leaders in government to make a commitment to help lower cancer risk.



2019 World Cancer Day: CANSA Endorsed Sunhats

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in South Africa with about 20,000 reported cases every year. The good news is that wearing the correct sun protective gear can significantly lower the risk of skin cancer.

Our hats that carry the UPF50+ swing tag and are endorsed by CANSA which means our hats offer the assurance of protection against the harmful effects of the sun. Ultraviolet protection factor (UPF) is a numerical rating given to clothing to indicate how effectively the fabric blocks ultraviolet (UV) radiation. UPF50+ is the highest rating given to a garment for “excellent” protection from UV radiation.


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2019 World Cancer Day: Stylish Sunhats

We know the importance of looking stylish whilst keeping sun safe too. Emthunzini Hats offer a wide selection of fashionable hats for men and women of all ages.

Our hats are designed in Australia and our experienced buyers select the top styles each year. Visit our online shop to view our full range of styles and colours. Browse our selection of UPF50+ hats.


Sunhats UPF50+


2019 World Cancer Day: Sunhats for Children

Check out our selection of hats for children from babies to teens and in between! All children's hats are UPF50+ rated. We know the importance of keeping children sun safe as well as teaching them from an early age to wear a hat all year round. Our hats for younger kids are cute and practical. For tweens and teens the styles are trendy and cool.

Visit www.sunhats.co.za for our full range of hats for men, women and children. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We would love to hear you’re your thoughts about the 2019 World Cancer campaign.

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