The 20th Business and Arts Awards (Basa) ceremony was held at Nirox Sculpture Park on Sunday, 17 September and the event reaffirmed the notion that businesses and the arts – two entities at different ends of the spectrum – can support each other’s endeavours with ease. The award ceremony proved once again that business and the arts can come together to great beautiful partnerships. The News was there to capture every magical moment.
Hundreds of children gathered around the Key West Shopping Centre’s amphitheater to see their favourite purple dinosaur and when he took to the stage, their excitement were almost tangible. The News was there to capture every exciting moment.
The FNB President Square branch, as part of FNB’s Pet Drive, handed the food over to Wollies volunteers and it’s safe to say that it was a strange thing to see a bank do. The News was there to capture the exciting moment.
Dié mark is op Saterdag, 2 September by die Noordheuwel Inkopiesentrum gehou, en sal na verwagting elke tweede maand daar plaasvind. Die News was ook daar en het die geleentheid baie geniet.
The busy bees from Honeyfield Charity’s pre-school were seen out and about, basking in the warm sun of the new season.
To support these institutions the Red Heart Riders often host fundraising events, and their latest was no exception.
Meer as 20 motorfietsklubs van Krugersdorp en omstreke het onlangs die hardekwas-stigma afgeskud toe hulle op 4 Augustus tydens ‘n potjiekoskompetisie meer as 1 000 blikkies kos vir die Wes-Randse Bikers Kerk bymekaar gemaak het. Die News was daar om elke opwindende oomblik vas te vang.
Erik Dreyer, founder of Meeting Meeples and the Board Game, aims to promote all European style board games such as Catan among many others which originated from Germany, France and Britain. The News really had some fun talking about games with Erik.
Each year a different district is chosen to host one of these championships. This year it was the chance of the Krugersdorp, Randfontein and Discovery districts. The News was there to see all the fun play out.
Even though it was sad to say goodbye to Ivan du Plooy as president, the Lions were more than thrilled to welcome the next Lion into the presidency. The News captured every exciting moment.
Curro Krugersdorp Independent School came up with the initiative of helping some of these babies in need. On Tuesday, 1 August, the Cradle of Hope was more than thrilled to receive five cots and roughly ten bags of necessities. The News was there when the handover was made.