During the Easter holiday, President Hyper staff helped to spread some festive season cheers and created a wonderful vibe in the shop.
From the moment the patrollers arrived at the DNA paintball field in Hobby Park, Rangeview, positive energy swooped over the fields. The members were all dressed in camouflage outfits, and their excitement was tangible. Eager to get their guns, they lined up at the makeshift storage container.
The Real Life Church’s Easter Egg Dash, held on Monument Primary School’s rugby field, was once again a big highlight for the little ones of Krugersdorp. The News was there witnessing the excitement.
Universal Paints recently held a grand opening at their premises situated at Key West Shopping Centre. A majorette squad from a local school provided excellent entertainment. The News was there to capture it all.
From teenage skaterboys, to primary school BMX enthusiasts – they all love the small, yet quaint skate park. The bars at the park are perfect for grinding with a skateboard and gave Hanré de Villiers an opportunity to show off his great skills. From 50-50 grinds to 5-0 grinds – Hanré did it all.
Members of the Sector 9 Community Protection Forum (CPF) and officers from the Krugersdorp Police Station recently proved that it is possible for two crime-fighting parties to work hand in hand to combat crime in the greater Krugersdorp area.
Sommige van die lede wou selfs van die diere huistoe neem
It was an entertaining evening for the community when world-class entertainer Steve Ashley took to the stage.
The house officially opened in Jorrisson Street, Monument on Friday, 24 February when Mr Padayachee, president of SAESI and his fellow board of directors cut the ribbon in front of the brand new House.
Krugersdorpers from all walks of life participated in their masses in this year’s Cansa Shavathon.
Silverstar Casino recently donated R50 000 to the Black Eagle Project.