On Saturday, motor racing enthusiasts from across Newcastle gathered at Newcastle Oval Raceway for a fun evening out and some serious speed on the track.
As an additional means of fundraising, Ncandu 86 Round Table will sell ‘winter warmer’ pancakes at Hutten Heights Pick n Pay this Friday (July 13), from 4.30pm onwards.
Chairperson of Nofta, Rajesh Ramdaw reported that Nofta currently had more than 77 men in its organisation.
The Anglo-Boer-Zulu War Commemoration held on June 30 at Haggards on Hilldrop, was an enlightening event, where visitors had the chance to go back in time and relive the life of Sir Henry Rider Haggard and his role in the first Boer war.
Those who attended the market day found their truly was a little bit of ‘something for everyone’ being provided to them.
Anyone interested in helping Ndima with a holiday job can contact Mohamed Seedat on 082 337 8357.
They were also encouraged to leave messages and well-wishes on a wall for their loved ones at AMSA, urging them to work safely and come back home to their loved ones.
According to Ncandu 86 Round Table President, Karl Niebuhr, the initiative was initially devised as a concept whereby Round Tablers would wear light clothing outdoors to experience the winter cold, and feel what those less fortunate experienced during the frigid months.
Motivational talks were given to the youth by an SAPS representative and a volunteer from CANSA Newcastle. A member from SANCA also enlightened the youth on the effects of alcohol and substance abuse.
At a thrilling annual event at Status Hall, the venue was packed to capacity with NAON members, family and friends, who gathered to pay homage to local mothers.
From acrobatic acts to fire performances and exquisite dances moves, the men at Exotica International metaphorically and literally set the stage on fire.