Corobrik Orchestra 2017 was held in Penzance School’s Nkulisa Conference Centre on Sunday. A massed orchestra rehearsal was held at the venue before the orchestra entertained the crowd later in the afternoon. As a curtain-raiser to the main concert, members of Bryan Clark’s Marimba group and Steel Drum players showed their talent to the audience.
Animal RAID hosted its first-ever Pit Passion with Fashion animal fundraiser at Musgrave Methodist Church Hall on Saturday. Featuring pit bulls and other canine power breeds, the Survivor themed fashion show was the first of several fundraising events organised for the purchase of the NPOs planned pro-life animal sanctuary to be based in Waterfall.
The evening made way for Tafta to unveil its first ever cinema advertisement which forms part of it’s latest “Follow Me” campaign.
Women enjoyed a pamper day at Cowey Park Pharmacy last week.
“Women need to change their way of thinking about themselves, be affirming and positive.”
Hundreds of women and men gathered at Durban beachfront today for the annual Durban beach Sari Stroll.
Pieter-Dirk Uys presents this one-man memoir at Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre until 6 August.
Scripture Union celebrated 150 years internationally with an event on Saturday.
Jenny-May Hudson gave a talk on dealing with adversity at Glenwood Presbyterian Church on Saturday.
Theatre-goers were spellbound by James and the Giant Peach, the magical reimagining of the well-loved, deliciously quirky children’s classic by Roald Dahl, which is showing at Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre during the school holidays.
Durbanites flocked to the beachfront this morning donning their crazy hats to take part in Child Welfare Durban and District’s fundraising walk.