Majozi and Ruby Gill concert

2016-04-06 06:00

Sir, DARK grey low-lying cloud welcomed us at the Beehive on Sunday. The clouds hung over us for the day, but luckily only brought light drizzle. This did not deter the spirits of our wonderful Greytown community who turned up to support this worthy cause.

The concert opened with local artist Rens van der Watt, who delighted the crowd with his choice of songs, sonorous voice and quirky sense of humour. Ruby Gill serenaded us on keyboard and guitar with her talented performance.

Majozi rounded off the afternoon with his relaxed, confident style. His glowing personality sparkled throughout his performance.

Thank you to the Beehive, Big Beat, Rens van der Watt, Ruby Gill, Majozi, Paul Du Preez, Megs Govender from Plennegy Printing, Lee and John Odendaal from Lord Grey and the Wembley Parent Committee for helping us put this event together at minimal cost.

Lastly we would like to thank those who came or who contributed towards supporting the concert at the Beehive. The money raised by this event will go towards Letcee and Khayalami.

We look forward to seeing you all again next year.
Michael and Louise Yeadon

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