Elelwane Pahlana, General Manager of Transformation at Edcon, said, “Edcon is proud of its longstanding association with the SAPS Johannesburg Central Cluster and hopes that the awards continue to serve as a source of pride to those who are shortlisted and individuals who go on to become winners. It is our way of acknowledging the hard-work, dedication and sacrifices those members of the police force make daily under very difficult conditions.”
The Trade Route Mall in conjunction with Salaamedia will be hosting the eye opening exhibition at the mall from the 6 – 16 October 2017 at the mall’s Lifestyle Court.
It therefore, comes as no surprise that the author is also a Russell aficionado.
About 150 officers were awarded medals for serving the police force. The policemen were awarded for serving the South African Police Service for 10 years, 20 years and 30 years.
The event will take place on September 23, at the Sports Complex in Lenasia Extension 9. The event will commenced at 9pm and end at 4pm.
Local Kirkwood resident Stef Delport is passionate about the area and the history. He shared some of his knowledge with the SANParks Times.
Two weekends of fun filled entertainment with live bands, King of Golden Oldies – Baboo Hoosein, quwali by Shanawaaz Quwal, Fusion VibZ, Jozi Chutney, Sooraj, Kashvita Music and Dance Academy, and the new South African stand-up comedians – Waheeda Patel (known as Gori Khala) and Bash Hoosein, our own “Sugar in the morning ding ding” will be performing on the 23rd at 8pm.
Three years down the line, with determination, consistency and persistence to make every Eid a memorable occasion for the whole community, they are now beginning to embrace the idea and take active steps to ensure that the activities on the day of Eid are meticulously streamlined and well planned.
This event took place on Saturday, September 9. Both the hearing and the deaf communities supported this initiative. The day was filled with various activities in every nook and cranny of the school.
Join the celebration on Sunday, September 17, at the Siva Gnana Sabay Siva Koil Temple at the corner of Hummingbird and Robin Avenue in Lenasia.
Withdrawing cash or exchanging currency while you are travelling could turn out to be quite costly due to changing market conditions between you leaving and arriving at your destination…