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Back row: Simon Makwela and Heather Mavungu.
Front row: Chane Cloete and Chris Kempen.

First annual Great Big BeerRA Festival

Roanne Towers enjoys a cold beer.Lindsey Orrell and Russell and Amanda Margison enjoy drinking beer at the festival.Friends and family enjoy their day.Pat van Wyk, Johan van Wyk, and Werner and Gair Amstel enjoy the day out.Selby Zondi prepares lunch for the residents.Barry Sim and Joan Falken enjoy the day.Back row: Vanessa and Peter Ypenburg....
One of the event organisers, Enid van Goeverden and resident Sam Gondwe at a family fun day in Tourmaline Road Park.

Sundowner community fun day

Residents enjoy the music in the park during the family fun day.Residents gather in the park.Matt Sletcher from Red Helen Band in Sundowner plays the music .Children and parents enjoy the family fun day.Michael Frauen and Ward 134 councillor Wendy Alexander at the fun day.The event organisers are Samantha Visagie, Enid van Goeverden, Michael Frauen...
Chairperson of the CPF Sector 4 sub-forum, Louise Mynhardt and Gathel Moyo keep a watch on proceedings of the day.

Police Awareness Day at Cresta

Captain Walter Spencer and Francois Marais give residents safety tips.Ilan and Jessi Davimes, get a lesson on police work from Warrant Officer Caroline Moyo.Chairperson of the CPF Sector 4 sub-forum, Louise Mynhardt and Gathel Moyo keep a watch on proceedings of the day.Back row: Constable Musa Skhosana, Lieutenant Colonel Katlego Mogale and Sergeant Orden Masumpa....
Ryan Smith, Nicola Tait, Trent Turner and Philda van Blerk at the Randburg Bowling Club.

Randburg Bowling Club contributed about R25 000 to local cancer charity

Wendy Baillie, Margie Deveraux, Orpa Fourie and Roland Heuff, participate in the competition.Ryan Smith, Nicola Tait, Trent Turner and Philda van Blerk at the Randburg Bowling Club.Kim Lucas and Susan Elder at the Randburg Bowling Club.Kim Lucas of CanSurvive accepts the cheque.Randburg Bowling Club president, Laurie Stafford, thanks the players after the competition.Kim Lucas of...
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Horse displays and donkey chats all in the name of NGO growth

South African Riding for the Disabled (Sarda), a non-profit organisation that offers free therapeutic riding to physically and mentally challenged children and young adults who cannot afford it, held another successful market and fun day at the Earth Centre

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