It was all fun and joy for the North Coast residents at the family fun day at Numz Adveture Island in Tinley Manor on Wednesday.
When royalty calls, the VIP’s of the South African sports and business world answer and unite at the glamorous Beverly Hills Hotel, Umhlanga to celebrate the launch of Her Serene Highness, Princess Charlene of Monaco as patron to Lifesaving SA
Thousands gathered in Groutville on Friday as President Jacob Zuma unveiled the refurbished grave of Chief Albert Luthuli and his wife as a national heritage site on the 50th anniversary of Luthuli’s death.
The walk and half marathon were to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Luthuli’s death on July 21, 1967
The Rotary Club of Zimbali officially handed over funds raised from the recent Miss Ballito Pageant to two beneficiaries – the North Coast Courier Orphan Fund and the Save the Rhino organisation. The event which also included an information session took place on Wednesday, July 20 at the Zimbali Resort.
While the Ballito Pro was in full swing at the beach shoppers were treated to a stoke-filled surfing themed family fun day at Tiffany’s Shopping Centre on Saturday.
The North Coast Courier office transformed into a cupcake-decorating factory this morning as staff members iced and decorated more than 200 cupcakes for the children of Smile With Us community centre in Frasers, as part of our Mandela Day initiative. The Orphan Fund assists in providing daily meals for the children.
The sun was out to greet shoppers for the Sugar Rush market on Saturday. There was plenty of yummy food on sale for those who had worked up an appetite during the ParkRun. The market is on every Saturday from 7am to 12pm.
It was a real case of Christmas in July for a lucky 11-year-old from Salt Rock, who got a massive present from the Ballito Radio Control Club (BRCC) at their Open Day last Sunday. Murray Yoko won a trainer radio control plane, which his parents said was a dream come true as he had been asking for the expensive toy for some time now
While it is the surfing that defines the Ballito Pro pres. by Billabong yearly extravaganza, that makes up only a small part of the fun. There were food, clothing and curio stalls to delight and amaze, a half-pipe for the avid skaters and adrenalin junkies, free concerts at Salt Rock Beach, cook-offs, wine-tastings, motorcycle displays and so much fun on the beach that you would almost have been forgiven for forgetting about the surfing on display
Last week’s party at Salt Rock beach drew huge crowds to the best and biggest beach party of the year