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.
Die eerste- en tweedespan van die Malelane en Barberton Rugbyklubs het Saterdag op Malalane mekaar die stryd aangesê. Die tweedes het hulle wedstryd goed gewen, maar die eerstes moes die knie buig.
The Olifante of Malelane Rugby Club took on the Impalas Rugby Club of Komatipoort on Saturday for their second clash of the season. Both teams exhibited some great rugby but the match was cut short.
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.
Beacon College, Horizon Academy and Riverview Prep pupils had lots of fun during friendly netball and soccer matches on Monday afternoon. Although some of the tiny netball players were unsure of all the rules and the pole measured about four times their height, they were very enthusiastic and learned a lot. The soccer match was action-packed.
Rainy weather and a muddy track didn’t deter hundreds of eager runners from competing in this year’s Selati Marathon on Saturday morning. Both the main races and fun run were well supported by locals and runners from all over SA and neighbouring countries.
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.
The annual Lalapalm Golf Tournament in Malalane had around 90 players competing over four days last week. Despite being pitted against very experienced players, a local young development golfer walked away with the trophy on Saturday evening.