Monday afternoon saw a group of Stepping Out’s dancers travel to Empangeni for the first round of the popular competition ‘Dans in jou taal’
The Club has now been revived and boasts a refurbished club house and three revamped tennis courts.
Conrad Gerber caught his first Black Musselcracker at the competition and it was certainly a whopper, weighing in at 26.90kg and earning him first place in the Heaviest Bottom Fish category.
Come and spend some time with the legendary Bruce Fordyce. Let’s make this weekly event the first step in a health living.
13 members of the VAC are taking part in this year’s down-run.
The Vryheid Dojo is conditioning a generation of these heroes, fire fighters, crime fighters and even teachers, to be at their physical and mental peak, so that they can truly make a difference in the communities they serve.
Vryheiders will have an opportunity to meet Comrades legend, Bruce Fordyce, on June 16, when he will be in town to officially open the long awaited local parkrun.
The event is being hosted in an effort to not only raise awareness but also support the Khaya Lam project.
Guess who Vryheid Golf Club had the privilege to host today?
Our men in maroon will be tackling 2018 with confidence and enthusiasm in their brand new jerseys.
Proud coach, Deon Vermaak, believes with a hundred per cent certainty that, with the talent Rhyno has shown, his dream of competing in the Olympic Games will soon be a reality.