Uthando (LOVE) South Africa. Benefit Event 2014.

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Cape Town. – After my morning tour with Uthando (Love) South Africa, I cannot advocate enough for the work that they do and the projects that they are involved with and support.

On Saturday 6 September 2014 Uthando will be hosting their 3rd annual Benefit Event at Cape Town’s City Hall. This spectacular and inspiring event is the pinnacle of 5 years of Uthando and the perfect opportunity to share the LOVE, PASSION and TALENT of the communities.

The Programme for the evening invites all to arrive at 5.30/6pm to soak up everything that is on offer. They are closing Corporation Street and will have Cape Town Food Trucks selling food and coffee with entertainment in the street, and an exhibition inside the City Hall.

8.00pm – 10.30pm  – A variety show with choirs, dance groups, bands and guest appearances.

10.30pm – 12.00pm – Eitan Stern will be providing a chilled and party vibe as DJ in the foyer.

Performances will be by Siv Ngesi, MC for the evening, the Gugulethu Tenors Guest Performance, Amy Biehl Foundation (Youth Choir and Kwaito Dance), Hout Bay Classical Music ProjectBetterchoice Gumboots DanceDance for AllJikeleza Dance Project, Poetry reading by incredible poet Kgomotso MalaleKronendal Music Academy Jazz band, Masibathandande Seniors Project ChoirThokozani Youth ChoirZama Dance School Classical Ballet and a guest appearance by 3 Tons of Fun.

Many of the projects will be exhibiting with project leaders there to talk about their work and aspirations. Including some of my favourites: Abalimi Bezekhaya, Greenpoplizwi Photo Club, Mdzananda Animal Clinic and Streetsmart South Africa.

Tickets are R275.00 pp with group bookings for a minimum of 10 people at only R150.00 pp. Bookings can be made through Computicket or by contacting James Fernie directly at: jamesfernie@uthandosa.org

Please spread the word to friends, colleagues, clients, travellers and anyone who is interested in attending this proudly South African extravaganza! For the very best cause.

I’m going to be there right up close and person, undoubtedly very moved by the palpable, raw, vibrant talent that we have in this beautiful country of ours. I cannot wait!

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For more information, please watch this video which offers more insight into the projects that Uthando works with, many who will be represented on the night. Let’s help spread the LOVE!

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