Some of the key activities here include boat cruising, horse riding, quad biking, tandem jumps and helicopter flips and we are raring to try everything under the sun. Until then, please remember all roads lead to the Makgadikgadi epic and you should also get yourself here pronto!
Seeing the cyclists tackle the challenging terrain reminded me of my childhood biking days, and I was utterly smitten by the skills and passion they displayed throughout the entire race. It was truly a breath-taking moment, to see the compassion shared by the three SADC countries in contributing to the needy and racing for a worthy cause.
“To make it more interactive, the audience is set to honour the theme and come dressed in their German Print or preferred African attire. The gist of the night is to share the true life experiences of Mmakgosi, her inspirational testimony of overcoming Bipolar and Depression, her healing journey, Faith, Hope and Love through storytelling and Poetry. The show features the likes of Poetess Phopho (Nametso Dorothy Phonchi), SekeiGirls and Tshegofatso Kwadiba.”
Speaking at the recent Nedbank Tour de Tuli, Ebudilwe said her 2014 break into cycling was never about winning but building up for her cycling career where she has since won numerous awards since her debut.
The show kicks off in Pretoria on 9 December at Sun Arena, Time Square, Johannesburg on 10 December at the Ticketpro Dome before heading to Cape Town on 12 December at the GrandWest, Grand Arena and finally Durban on 14 December at the Durban ICC.
Women’s Month is a tribute not only to the thousands of women who marched on that day in 1956, but also a tribute to the pioneers of the women’s movement around the world. Just recently, in commemoration of the milestone month, a local women-oriented syndicate dubbed Mmamotse Glow Events brought under one roof women from all walks of life for the coveted High-Tea companionship in Mokolodi, near Ramotswa.
For those of you who want to attend Makgadikgadi Epic as a gateway to feeding your camping lust and passion, the venue is just right. Coming from Nata for 60km on gravel road lies the Makgadikgadi Nxai Pan National Park and inside this very park are campsites at truly give-away prices. For only P25 (citizens) and P100 (expatriates), one can relax and set up camp at the government-owned camp, which also affords one an opportunity to see the Big 5 and more. This bargain prompted us to further drive through the Palms of Zoronga and Gweta to reach and experience the park first hand.
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