The Newcastle couple’s story became a movie after Mrs de Klerk took part in the Huisgenoot’s birthday competition.
The day provided lots of fun, entertainment, and in-store specials.
“We wouldn’t be where we are without these women.”
Authentic Chinese and Taiwanese cuisine, traditional drinks and Eastern entertainment were laid on the table.
The park had adults and children jumping into pools of spongy cushions.
Riding stunt brothers, JC, Clive and Brenton geared up and gave a spectacular show.
Closing off 2016, the AGM focused on the organisation’s accolades during the course of the year.
The Carnegie Art Gallery, together with the Department of Arts and Culture, celebrated Heritage Day, by curating a Visual Art exhibition, Igugu lesizwe-Our Pride with the Chief Albert photographic exhibition.
Patrons sipped on cocktails and tapped their feet to the renditions of the famous Purple rain and Cotton fields. Click on link for more photos
Pick n Pay, together with Factory Plaza, hosted colouring-in competitions and face painting at their branches in town.