Gifts to buy for little ones this Christmas

EWN reporter Katleho Sekhotho speaks to Aubrey Masango, standing in for Xolani Gwala, about what has been whispered in Santa’s ear this year listing the presents that children want.

She was at the Menlyn Park Shopping Centre sitting on Santa's lap finding out what kids want to receive as gifts this Christmas.

  1. Traditional Lego building toys

  2. Elsie's dress from the Disney movie called Frozen

  3. A toy called My Little Pony

  4. Some kids have huge imaginations, one child asked for live dinosaurs

Listen to the audio below for more suggestions...


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