Over 150 mini cricketers were present at the KFC Mini Cricket coaching session at Port Shepstone Country Club last Saturday. The children, from six local primary schools, learnt the art of batting, bowling and fielding.
The grand opening of Hybrid Fit took place last Friday.
A farewell party for Suid-Natal High’s LSEN pupils took place at Umdlado Lodge in Umtentweni last Friday.
Professor Richard Brooksbank had the guests enthralled as he related the story of six unique and exquisite pieces of lace created by his great-grandmother, Louise Lienaux-Vergauwe who was in Antwerp, Belgium, for the duration of the First World War.
`The Best of the Carpenters’ played to a packed Azalea Hall at Margate Retirement Village recently.
Cricket legend, Peter Pollock, was the guest speaker at a recent Spring Breakfast, hosted by the Port Shepstone Presbyterian Church.
The annual Hibberdene Spring Fair took place at the Hibberdene Town Hall last weekend. From tasty food to an array goodies to buy or browse,there was something for everyone.
Local band, ‘The Gentry’ performed ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ at Izotsha Creek last Sunday. It was a full house with patrons enjoying the wonderful music and good food.
A Sathsang (spiritual get together) was held at the president of the South Coast Chamber and Commerce, Vijay Naidoo’s residence in Olso Beach last Sunday. A number of devotional bhajans (songs) were rendered.
South Coast Hospice held a fun walk, and boot sale at Hamel Farm, Izotsha last Saturday. The event was in memory of Helen Mostert, a volunteer at hospice, who passed away.
A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony was held last Friday, September 28, which was attended by Her Worship the Mayor, Councillor Cynthia Mqwebu, teachers, Matilda Ngcobo, who heads up the Zenzeleni crèche in Gamalakhe, and other important role players.