Saturday, 6 September 2014 will be a great opportunity to join in and walk the Flamingo Trail in the Zwartkops Nature Reserve. The walk starts at 9:00 and should last between 3 to 4 hours. Should the weather not be great the Aloe Trail will be done. The trail is 11 km long, but there are different short cuts so families with children can come and walk as far as they are able
The walk includes wonderful panoramic views of the area and the experience of walking through 3m high Valley Thicket. The Flamingoes are a magnificent sight on the salt pans. If you are interested in attending please meet at the Algoa Brick factory off Grahamstown Rd where there will be guards to look after your cars. Bring a hat, good walking shoes, and a stick for the slippery parts, water, a snack and mosquito repellent.
The South African Police, Mo Jazz and Municipality crime awareness and prevention initiative also takes place on Saturday 6th September at 23 Nundu Street NU11 Motherwell and starts at 13h00.
Mxhosa Pop Up Exhibition is open to the public on Friday 5th September and Saturday 6th September from 13h00 – 17h00 at Havana Blue next to McArthurs Pools. MaXhosa by Laduma has set its footprint nationally and globally foreseeing more opportunities to grow internationally. Born and bred in the Eastern Cape, Nelson Mandela Bay, brand dedicated and named after the unsung Artisans which are the ancient Xhosa people, the brand can authentically celebrate its birth source home.
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