The 50th edition of the Ballito Pro pres. by Billabong was one for the books, with thousands coming out to enjoy the golden sands at Willard Beach and the hospitality of the Dolphin Coast.
Wearing their warmest clothes, kids queued in line, eagerly waiting to get the desired autograph of surfing legend Shaun Tomson at his movie night at Ballito Junction last week. As part of this Positive Wave Tour during the Ballito Pro presented by Billabong, Shaun Tomson stopped at the Ballito Junction to chat to the nippers, sign copies of his book The Code: The Power of “I Will” and show the kids and their parents his movie – Bustin’ Down the Door.
Whether you needed a quick shoulder rub, a cool treat, adrenaline rush or just wanted to soak up the vibe, the Ballito Pro retail area was the place to be.
Willard Beach is the place to be all week long.
It was all fun and games for the kids when they got have their faces painted and enjoy colouring, free popcorn and balloons during Tiffany’s Centre fun day on Saturday.
Families came from far and wide and united over a plate full of lekker braai meat while spotting wildlife at the Rain Farm Game Lodge Father’s Day lunch on Sunday.
It was a Bob the Builder bonanza at Kr8tive Kidz Campus in Ballito on Friday, as the children spoilt the hero’s in their lives with a festive Father’s Day braai. The perfect weather allowed the dad’s to enjoy an afternoon outdoors with their little ones, while learning how to build a table thanks to the handymen from Build It.
It was all puppy breath kisses and craft beer clinking at the Tops Lifestyle and Tops Tiffanys sponsored Ales for Tails festival at Sugar Rush last weekend.
It was all million dollar smiles, glitz and glam as the ten Miss Ballito finalists strutted their stuff on killer heels at last weekend’s cocktail evening at SMD Ballito. The finalists of the beauty pageant with heart hosted by the Rotary Club of Zimbali, introduced themselves and presented their sponsors to the equally stylish audience nestled between the luxurious cars in the showroom.
Wednesday evening’s Simbithi Sings event hosted by SA music icon Kurt Darren was a delicious extravaganza of good food, vocal talent and dancing till midnight while raising funds for New Guelderland Combined School.
It was a candlelit evening with the stars shining brightly down for Umhlali Prep’s old boys’ and girls’ evening on Saturday. Former students from far and wide returned to their roots and the evening was checkered with exclamations from people who had not seen each other in years. The event was part of the school’s centenary celebrations as they mark their hundredth birthday this year.