Tamryn Montgomery, Kyeta Purchase and Kelly Snyman.

Paddlers go pink for Lettie

The Lettie Paddle initiative, when it started, was an attempt to support Nikki ‘Lettie’ Haynes and her husband Zoog during Nikki’s fight against cancer.
Hundreds of residents took part in Saturday's ‘Let’s Gijima for CANSA Active’. The event, held on World Cancer Day, aims to raise awareness and education about the disease, pressing governments and individuals across the world to take action. The fun run started at Bike and Bean. Participants dressed up in fun, bright colours for the event.

Runners Gijima for CANSA

To commemorate World Cancer Day and to encourage people to stay fit and healthy, CANSA hosted the Gijima for CANSA 5km event today.
Liam Rijsmus, Jayden McNamara and Dylan Sykes were eager and excited to start their first day at school.

New chapter begins for Glenashley learners

GLENASHLEY Junior Primary welcomed 101 Grade one learners to their school this morning. Among the new group of enthusiastic learners were a set of triplets. The Grade R learners also started their schooling year today. Five sets of twins and a set of triplets formed part of the new Grade R learners at the school.

Feeling the Christmas cheer

Remax Panache invited clients and their families to be a part of their Christmas lights on evening.

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