Dancers from Unity Dance Studio took to the stage, wowing the crowd with their dance moves, followed by models, who modelled clothing from a local fashion and beauty boutique, as well as exemplary performances by the singers from Kainos Sangstudio.
Three generations, stuck at home, unable to apply for anything, not even a basic education.
Mr Robert Khulu, who owns a welding school in Mpumalanga, decided to buy full school uniforms, including shoes and socks, for these children as a means to give back to his community.
When it was his time to go, he went in peace, saying, “I am going home.”
This Mothers’ Day, the Vryheid Herald team paid tribute to Cindy, and all the mums like her, who have the patience, kindness, perseverance, tolerance, understanding, compassion and humility to love and care for a child with special needs.
Although it is still unclear what events lead up to this gruesome killing, a murder case has been opened.
While some residents were sceptical that the Mayfair wouldn’t enjoy the support it did in previous years, tens of thousands of feet through the gates on Friday and Saturday, proved them wrong.
Phil was involved in a motorcycle and car accident between Vryheid and Melmoth.
“The greatest fear dogs know is the fear that you will not come back when you go out the door without them.”
“Thank you all,” stated pub owner, Dee van der Merwe. “We love you all and are so grateful for the amazing support of the community. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to the bands and for what you have done for Dee’s.”
EX-COP, Dawid Beetge, made his first public appearance as chairman of the Paddadam Committee last Wednesday, handing over a R500 donation to Hospice.