“I decided to conquer my doubts and fears by taking part in beauty pageants. When I started winning, I realised that I could have something going in the modelling industry,”
The 25-year-old, who was crowned Mr AbaQulusi 2017 this October, said that he has always seen the world of modelling as an art he was created for.
Last Thursday saw the celebration of Diwali take place, with the Hindu population honouring the age old tradition across the country. Vryheid was no exception.
YOUNG men and women from all around AbaQulusi put their best foot forward the previous Saturday as they battled it out for the title of Mr and Miss AbaQulusi 2017.
The Paddadam committee decided that allowing the Park to be used as a wedding venue defeated the main aim of the development if families had to be denied access to the recreational facility.
This year saw an amazing 150 Clivia entrants from 13 exhibitors and 51 different categories.
The community banded together to put the fun in ‘fundraiser’ and bring local lass, Nicole Fynn, R9 000 closer to her perfect wheelchair.
“Derry: a small city in Maine, a place as hauntingly familiar as your own home town. Only in Derry, the haunting is real: in the sewers and storm-drains beneath the streets, in the canals and wastelands beyond them, something is lurking…”
Amid the freezing weather conditions and the nerves, Danceology participants managed to achieve excellent results in the Hip Hop and Open Categories at the Harrismith Eisteddfod.
Two evenings’ entertainment certainly saw poetry in motion as the dancers of Stepping Out Dance Academy put on a memorable showcase for the public at Pionier High School in their Beauty Within Show and Tell spectacular.
Vryheid SPCA pulled out all the stops to celebrate Spring, hosting a magnificent and massively successful Spring Dance to bring in the changing of the season.