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Soweto Lenyalo Indaba

If you’re in the middle of planning one of the biggest days of your life and feeling overwhelmed with decision making, this event is for you! Brides, come meet ALL Wedding Suppliers from your white wedding gown to his traditional sandals right down to your cake, decor & even make up artist!

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Food and beer pairing

A delectable 5-course meal paired with SAB beers. A trade brewer guides guests through the pairing, explaining how the mouthfeel, flavour and aroma of each beer enhances the flavours and textures of the food.

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HalaalGoods Market 3.0

The Halaal Goods Market is a first of its kind artisanal food and design market that boasts halaal locally sourced items.

This market has scoured through home industries, small businesses and pop-ups to curate the best connoisseurs of Halaal goods.

This is not a normal run of the mill event. Our stallholders have taken the flavours of the world and added the halaal touch. From Korean to Japanese and a twist on traditional favourites, there’s something for every palette.

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Pirates 21km

SUNDAY 18th February 2018 is that time again for Gauteng’s toughest 21km race. Are you tough enough? The race is positioned as a conditioner for Two Oceans and Comrades and an ideal opportunity to get an indication of how your training is progressing. The race follows a circular route, running past the water tower on top of Northcliff Hill and back again. The first half has three challenging hills, the first starting after one kilometer and then undulating with two more climbs, the last peaking at the King of the Mountain point at about 14km.

The downhill after that is fast, enabling runners to pick up time. The start and finish are at the Pirates Club, Braeside Road, Greenside. And finally, a big thank you again to Credo Wealth as our sponsor who is once again contributing to making this event even more successful each year.

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