Durban outfit `In The Flesh’ presented two Pink Floyd tribute shows on the South Coast recently. The first was staged at Izotsha Creek and the second at Rocky Ridge in Ramsgate.
A group of enthusiastic wildlife lovers gathered last Saturday to search for snares in the Ivungu River Conservancy. The recent snare hunts have been spearheaded by Trainee Inspector Werner Taljaard of the Lower South Coast SPCA. A lot of snares were removed by the team.
The South Coast’s wind swept beaches, seagulls and aloes make for splendid scenery.
It was business, breakfast and fashion flair for businesswomen at Zizi’s recently.
Marburg Secondary’s class of 1998 celebrated their 20 year matric re-union at St Michael’s Sands Hotel last Saturday.
Bargain Wholesalers’ annual golf day took place at San Lameer last Tuesday. Great prizes were on offer for top performers on the day.
Senior citizens at Lighthouse Community Services enjoyed another wonderful monthly meeting at the Port Shepstone Rehab Centre last Saturday. They enjoyed lunch, games and social interaction.
Thundering hooves and slick stickwork was the order of the day at the annual Paddock Polocrosse Fun Tournament in Oribi Gorge. It included a three-day unofficial test series between South Africa and Ireland.
Art by the Sea opened its annual exhibition at Margate Art Museum last Wednesday. A variety of art pieces from the club’s members were on show.
South Coast Hospice hosted a tea and comedy show at the Port Shepstone Methodist Church last Saturday. Lucky draws, best hat awards, raffles and of course, tea and cake, formed part of the proceedings.
The KZN Road Racing Club hosted its championships at Dezzi South Coast Raceway last Saturday. Plenty of action, from high speeds, burning rubber and oil spills to flying bonnets, the event provided a thrill a minute.