Anyone interested in learning traditional Okinawan karate and kobudo (weapons) can contact him on 060 725 9815.
A festive afternoon prevailed on Saturday at the monthly FedAuto meat competition, with players sporting club and Springbok jerseys.
The pick of the Harriers athletes was Mthokozisi Dlamini, who completed the gruelling road race in eight hours, 21 minutes and 22 seconds.
Listing his movements from Harriers to Eskom Athletics Club and then Nedbank, Thulani said his successes were also down to fitness and aerobic classes.
Dundee scored a four early in the game, but Samantha and team rallied to remain in contention throughout the game.
Organisers of the competition explained the pub hosted speed pool (speedball) competitions on Tuesday nights, and dedicated Thursdays to singles and doubles competition.
Funds raised are then used by the club for upkeep.
There were lots of prizes for the top fishermen in the three categories, which were the men, women and children, as well as a few lucky draws.
For more information regarding karate class times and fees, contact Sensei Johan Swart on 083 658 7157.
Great bowls and a wonderful spirit of camaraderie were evident despite the competitive nature of the event.
Although Highlanders will have a weekend off in the Puma (Mpumalanga) League, the A and B teams will be in action this weekend in away clashes with Piet Retief.