Turning Point Ministries is hosting a grand legacy concert in memory of Reverend Sam Owdbehari. The event will be held at the church at 20 Victory Road, Lions Grove on July 28 at 7pm.
It’s a fund-raising event to realise Rev Owdbehari’s vision of seeing the church ceiling and floors complete.
The concert is a mix of some of his favourites including comedian Maeshni Naicker and Idols 2013 top 10 contestant Crystalene Nair. All proceeds to go towards completing the church. Tickets cost R100 per person. For further information contact Samantha at 078 5059243 or Rosan at 064 5268503.
Hope on the Move, a non profit organisation on the South Coast, is hosting a fund-raising high tea in support of Latisha Sadapal. Miss Sadapal, of Marburg, was diagnosed with a rare type of stomach cancer at the age of 24.
Unfortunately her medical aid cancelled her membership. Latisha has fought with a fierce heart from the start.
She has completed her chemo cycle and had an operation to remove her entire stomach. Since the operation she has had several complications.
The event will be held at Margate Hotel on Saturday, July 21 at 2pm. Tickets cost R100 per person. For further information contact Peroshnee at 082 7787110.
After sell-out shows around KZN earlier this year, Aunty Rumba, the alter ego of TV personality and actress Jailoshni Naidoo, makes her way for the very first time to the Wild Coast Sun Hotel and Casino Resort’s Tropical Nites Theatre for an encore of her outrageous stage comedy show, ‘Aunty Rumba Goes to Bollywood.’
Everyone’s favourite aunty is on a hilarious and stir-crazy mission to meet her Bollywood hero, superstar Rajnikanth.
Audiences can brace themselves for side-splitting comedy. Along for the ride is Aunty Rumba’s noisy neighbour Aasiya, brother Bully and many other colourful characters.
Adding to the feast of comedy, Leona Dean and her dazzling dancers will bring Bollywood to life.
Don’t miss this spectacular show on Saturday, July 21 at 7pm. Tickets are R150 per person from Computicket and Sheppie Greengrocers. For more information contact Mishay at 066 2535295 / 076 5626511.
The Port Shepstone Tamil Association will host its annual Tamil Golf Day at the Port Shepstone Country Club on Sunday, July 22. Tee off time is at 9am with a shotgun start. Cost is R250 per person including lunch. For bookings please contact the Pro Shop at 039 6950140, Bobby Naidoo at 081 8915136 or Preggie Perumal at 073 3823220.
Night of worship
Everyone is invited to attend the ‘United Night of Worship’ to be held at Port Shepstone Civic Centre on July 27 from 6pm. The following gospel ministers will be leading the worship: Martin PK, Peter Tobe, Pastor Ncanda, Bonga Diko, Buhle Mnyandu, Xolo Nzama, Asanda Makhaluza, Lethu Nhlumayo and the Gofirm Choir. Tickets cost R100 per person. To book contact Sharmitha at 078 8284710.
The Shree Raam Narayan Mandir in Marburg invites all to its annual Ganga Pooja (river and beach prayer) to be held at My Den, Oslo Beach on July 28 at 2pm. The mandir will also observe Pancho Pooja, a public prayer, at the mandir on July 29 at 7.30am. Guest speaker is Ranjith Ramnarain. Enjoy a session of Debi Maa Ki Pachra and kirtans by Vikesh Moonilall. Lunch will be served. Officiating priest is Pundit Aview Misra. For further information contact Singh Samsunder at 039 6854767.
Harry and the Gupta
Shree Hanuman Sanathan Dharma Sahba Mandir together with Mega Zone Media will present ‘Harry and the Gupta’, where Durban’s ‘Con of Cons’ meets Joburg’s ‘Don of Dons’. The show will be staged at Marburg Secondary School hall on August 18 at 8pm. Tickets cost R150, R180 and R250 (VIP). After the comedy show, also catch Nagara Touch from 10pm to midnight. For further information contact Veena Lakhan at 079 5220794.
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