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Meet our Community Groups: Likhwezi Arts Project

Likhwezi (meaning morning star) is an organisation that deals with young people around Khayelitsha, Philippi East, Gugulethu and Langa. The organisation was established by Pamela Mtati in February 2003, as a dancing and singing group and community service organisation. The groups’ collection combines song and dance from a variety of Southern African cultures accompanied by
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Meet our Community Groups: Khwela Community Based Organisation

The Khwela Community Based Organization (Xhosa: “Jump In ”) was established in January  2009, with the overriding aim of utilizing drama, art, music and dance to add value and improve the quality of life of children and youth from impoverished target communities by: Transferring performing arts skills to young people to improve their prospects of future
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Your favourite Cape Town Carnival moments

The evening of Saturday 15 March 2014 will be a night few will forget in Cape Town. For several hours that evening, the Fan Walk was alive with music, dancers, bright costumes and beautifully designed floats. We asked some of our team to share with us their favourite float, costume or Carnival moment. “I loved
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Meet our Lead Performers: Alicestine Hansen

Tell us a little about your background: I’m hailing from a small West Coast town called Vredenburg. Growing up I was a fun filled, bubbly child that always liked to entertain people. My life completely changed at the age of 17 when I was in grade 11, I fell pregnant. I knew that although it was
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Meet our Lead Performers: Tamarah Adams

Tell us a little about your background: I grew up in a small town not much to see not much to do but since I was able to walk I always put up little shows for my life. I was a sport maniac and I won the Western District Karoo National debate. I was part
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