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We dress to impress

Afro-Heavens Creation will host a unique event in Selebi Phikwe on 19 March.

Dubbed ‘We dress to Impress’, the themed show aims to celebrate trending styles of the world, and the Phikwe edition will celebrate Africanism.

It is the first-of-its-kind in the mining town, and revellers can expect to dance to the African rhythm and indulge in the motherland cuisines, as well as play African games.

Activities on the day include horse and quadbike riding.

“We shall have a specialised kiddies corner where children will play and socialise with others. Jumping castles, trampolines and different games shall be organised to entertain young kids,” said the Event Coordinator, Chilly Segona.

Confirmed artists for the event include: Dr Vom, Ubuntu Band, Chef Gustos, Penene, Mzekillah, Kerrymore and many to be announced in the coming weeks.

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