The aim of the event is to raise much-needed funds towards the renovation of MTN’s second halfway house for abused children and women in Greenbury and a purchase of a new property, a stone throw from the existing centre.
The 10km race along the promenade in Durban, anchor sponsored by Ice Promotions, witnessed over 600 participants with part of proceeds going towards Childline KZN as part of the Lower Tugela Lifeskills outreach programme.
The evening’s dinner and presentation was a colourful event with well wishers and patrons in attendance.
Over 200 smiling faces greeted him that morning. All of them teens who were eager to prove their skill and have the opportunity to test out the state-of-the-art technology to identify bowling talent in disadvantaged areas – enabled by Audi.
The aim of golf day is to help a local non-profit organisation, Meeting the Needs Founds, to raise much-needed funds towards the renovation of their community centre in Greenbury and a purchase of another house in the proximity area.
The completion saw a number of students perform their practical examination to be promoted to their next higher ranking.
The grounds and the surrounding area will be under the control of Woodview United in conjunction with the Department of Parks and Gardens.
The wicket takers for the Phoenix team were Suhael Sogan, Caleb Singh and Devashan Naidoo who took one wicket each.
The scorching Summer’s heat did not deter them when Sajhida Abdool, Patrick Ludongo and Raju Nundlal completed the marathon. Club members had a good run through the township of Soweto which saw Patrick Ludongo completing in 3: 50.
Vukani Maphumulo led Team VAC in the 10km in 37 minutes, an incredible 3, 7minutes per kilometre, where he maintained third position overall from start to finish.
There were lots of prizes and giveaways at this very popular event on the athletic racing calendar.