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FNB JoburgArtFair: Early Bird Tickets now on sale

This year, the  FNB JoburgArtFair has introduced a wonderful opportunity for members of the public to buy tickets for R125 if they do so...

Monday, July 23, 2018

FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO THE CATWALK

The Durban Fashion Fair (DFF), which is a proudly eThekwini Municipality initiative developed to grow the fashion industry in the city, as well as create a platform for employment and entrepreneurship opportunities, is now celebrating 7 years on the fashion calendar!

Each year, the Durban Fashion Fair open up their doors not only for potential designers, but for aspiring models as well. DFF hosts an open casting for potential models within the Greater Durban area who are not registered with a modelling agency in order to offer them a platform to wear the creations of the designers invited to showcase their work.

University of the Western Cape invites you to support Golf Day Fundraiser

The University of the Western Cape in association with Standard Bank South Africa cordially invites you to support the Golf Day Fundraiser in support of the Jakes Gerwel Education Endowment and Development Fund. Your participation and voluntary donation will go a long way to ensuring that a deserving and talented young South African access university education.

You can commit your support in the following ways:

1. Secondary Sponsor – R 34 200 (incl. VAT)
2. Four-ball Better ball entry – R 6280 per team (incl. VAT)
3. Branded water point – R 6840 (incl. VAT)
4. Prize sponsorship (two similar prizes)

Villages, Townships, and Small Dorpies (VTSD) Awards honour community heroes in North West

Mphebatho Cultural Museum in Moruleng, Rustenburg reigned supreme at the inaugural VTSD Awards.
The glittering ceremony was hosted at the Klerksdorp Banquet Hall last night and saw Mphebatho Cultural Museum walk away with two awards for Best Museum and Best Heritage Facility.
The awards shine the spotlight on a section of society that is often marginalised and overlooked when the arts and culture sector considers achievers.
Organised by the North West Department of Culture, Arts and Traditional Affairs (Cata) along with the Recording Industry of SA (RiSA), the recipients ranged from music to dance and administrators.
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