Empowering the youth in Durban through dance

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Sherwin Green during one his dance lessons at the Durban BAT Centre.
Sherwin Green during one his dance lessons at the Durban BAT Centre.

For internationally-acclaimed dancer Sherwin Green, there is no greater use of his talent than offering free dance lessons to the youth of his hometown, Wentworth.

Green (22), has travelled the world performing as a dancer ever since he was a teenager.

Instead of moving to Johannesburg to establish himself like all young Durban artists do, Green has instead made a long-term commitment to the city.

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