Annual brunch held in support of those affected by cancer

2018-11-07 06:01
All proceeds go to Pink Drive, who did free breast examinations from their mobile clinic. PHOTO: supplied

All proceeds go to Pink Drive, who did free breast examinations from their mobile clinic. PHOTO: supplied

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PINK Ribbons hosted their fifth annual “Brunch 4 Cancer” at the Victoria Country Club recently in what was hailed as an intimate and auspicious gathering of those dedicated to a greater cause.

Inspired by a floral theme, the function boasted many activities including yoga and free foot, head and shoulder massages.

Two of South Africa’s funniest comedians, Mo Vawda and Gem Atkins, kept guests in stitches throughout the day while guest speakers Shamilla Singh and Janice Beneke shared their stories about their battles with cancer.

The Pink Ribbons group is a group of eight ladies who host an annual function to raise funds and create awareness for the early detection of cancer.


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