The Muddy Puppy event returned by popular demand, and it was nothing short of spectacular. On Sunday, 8 April, dogs and their owners were presented with the opportunity to strengthen their bond by getting muddy together in a fabulously filthy obstacle course. News journalist Alanicka Lotriet took her own doggy along and enjoyed it thoroughly.
Monument Primary School hosted its first ever colour run on Wednesday, 28 March to raise money for specific school projects.
Op Dinsdag, 27 Maart het Laerskool Krugersdorp-Noord hulle jaarlikse kaskarwedren en fondsinsameling gehou. Almal het hulle gate uit geniet. Die News se Bianca Pindral was daar om saam gees te vang.
The event was a championship competition and the Dream Star Foundation was one of the sponsors. To support this non-profit organisation, the dancers and everyone else who attended wore ribbons and socks in awareness of International Down Syndrome Day, which was on 21 March.
Round 2 of the 2018 Regional Motocross (MX) Championship Northern Regions went smoothly as the overcast sky and drizzle kept the main track at Dirt Bronco in Luipaardsvlei wet enough to lay the dust. News journalist Bianca Pindral was there to capture all the action.
Handicapped Scuba Association South Africa hosted a 50-hour dive marathon and gave people with all kinds of disabilities the chance to dive with their fellow divers. The marathon was held at Miracle Waters in Brits. News journalist Bianca Pindral joined them.
Krugersdorp High School recently hosted its annual Best of the West Tournament which was held over two consecutive weekends and saw nearly 50 primary and secondary schools on the netball courts and hockey fields.
A Viking Thing, was hosted by the Medieval Fight Club South Africa at La Vue Lodge in Muldersdrift and those who attended showed off their amazing costumes and skills.
Op Vrydag, 16 Februarie was geesvang en lekker kuier aan die orde van die dag toe bejaardes van Jubilado-aftreeoord aan ‘n stylvolle en humoristiese modeparade deelgeneem het.
Saturday, 24 February saw just under 3 000 cyclists from all over South Africa battle it out for the win when they participated in the Bestmed Berge en Dale road race in Krugersdorp and Muldersdrift.
The Muddy Puppy Race was hosted at Walkhaven Dog Park by One Plan Pet Insurance and by the time the starting whistle was blown, everyone was already covered in mud, including the dogs, and both humans and dogs were having a ball. The News’ Bianca Pindral was there to capture the fun and muddy event.