Locals were treated to a variety of entertaining acts when Circus Royale visited Komatipoort and Malalane last week. Acrobats, cats, dogs, horses, clowns, a magician and a trapeze artist had the audience cheering and laughing.
MTB cyclists from all over Mpumalanga competed in this year’s Nkomazi MTB Challenge to up their standing in the Mpumalanga Marathon Series. Saturday was a cool, but clear day and competitors were treated to spectacular scenery. They not only faced a tough route, but also some excellent competition. Participants ranged from schoolchildren to veterans.
Ouers het sedertdien met trots foto’s op sosiale media geplaas en met hulle hardwerkende kinders gespog.
Onderbergers, Laevelders en toeriste van elders in die land het tussen Donderdag en Saterdag na die Komatipoort Sportterrein gestroom om te kom garnale eet, deur ‘n verskeidenheid interessante stalletjies te loop, na top musikale vermaak te luister en lekker saam te kuier.
Riverview Prep School in Malalane presented a great performance of classic musical Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat last week. Colourful costumes and the great acting, singing and dancing abilities of students made this retelling of the Bible story of Joseph and his coat of many colours a very special one.
Die jaar se Buffalo Festival by die Buffalo Hotel in Hectorspruit het aan feesgangers ‘n verskeidenheid stalletjies, smullekker kos en hope vermaak verskaf. Daar is van vroeg tot laat gekuier en pryse gewen.
Parents should regularly talk to their children, approach the school if they become aware of bullying and ensure that their child gets therapy.
‘n Paar leerders het ook by Anaïs se optrede musiek-DVD’s en Innibos-kaartjies gewen.
Die plaaslike Guardian Angels het ‘n groep seniors Donderdagoggend met ‘n rustige piekniek op die NG Kerk se terrein en opwindende ritte in ‘n spoggerige veteraanmotor bederf.
The annual Portuguese Festa at the Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Malalane once again drew dozens of people eager to enjoy Portuguese food, music, dancing and hospitality. The event started with a mass on Sunday morning and by 12:00 guests were socialising and tucking into delicious pastries, salads and meats.
Young and old visited the annual Easter Festival at Marlothi Shopping Centre in Marloth Park on Saturday. There were lots of interesting stalls, food, a beer garden and live entertainment by the LM Boys.