MIDEM ARTIST ACCELERATOR 2018 UNVEILS FINALISTS VIBRANT SELECTION OF UPCOMING TALENT FROM ALL OVER THE GLOBE PRESS RELEASE MIDEM ARTIST ACCELERATOR FINALISTS

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Midem today announces the 11 finalists in the Midem Artist Accelerator (MAA), the international music career booster to fast-track talent on the world stage.

Home of the global music community, Midem takes place in Cannes, France, from 5-8 June.

Now in its fourth year, the MAA has a solid track record for bringing rising talent to a wider global audience. Following the 2017 edition, participating artists BE CHARLOTTE signed to Columbia Deutschland/Sony Music Germany while IRIS GOLD signed a global deal with Playground Music Scandinavia after being both spotted in Cannes. Another MAA alumni M.ANIFEST, has been booked for several festivals and also struck a deal with an experienced music consultant who helped him negotiate recording contracts for singles and for music placements in film.

This year’s MAA Artist Ambassador, South-African DJ and producer BLACK COFFEE will be keynoting in Cannes and sharing his know-how with the 11 hot new acts. “As Midem puts the spotlight on Africa’s bourgeoning music scene, I’m truly honoured to be this year’s Artist Ambassador of the Midem Artist Accelerator. I’m thrilled to discover the 2018 finalists and be able to share with them my own experience as an artist,” said BLACK COFFEE.

The 2018 finalists are: AKA (South Africa), R’n’B/hip-hop/urban; AGAR AGAR (France), pop; BEZ (Nigeria), world; BIGSTAR (South Africa), R’n’B/hip-hop/urban;CLIENT LIAISON (Australia), pop; DAMIAN LYNN (Switzerland), pop; DYLAN WILLIAMS (United Kingdom), R’n’B/hip- hop/urban; HAUTE (France), R’n’B/hip-hop/urban; HYPHEN HYPHEN (France), pop; LA DAME BLANCHE (Cuba), R’n’B/hip-hop/urban; and T$HEGO (South Africa), R’n’B/hip-hop/urban.

All finalists will perform live on the Midem Beach in Cannes in a series of concerts during the event, and will benefit from a tailored programme during the tradeshow, including coaching sessions and unique networking opportunities.

Discover the 11 finalists and vote for your favourite here before 6 May. The artist with the most votes will play live at the Midem 2018 Opening Night Party.

The finalists also have a unique opportunity to be recognised and mentored by a Committee of execs from UTA, Viacom, OkayAfrica & more.

The Artistic Committee of top-notch industry players for the 2018 MAA includes: Abiola Oke, CEO & Publisher, OkayAfrica (USA/Africa); Alex Okosi, Executive Vice President & Managing Director, Viacom International Media Networks Africa/BET International (Africa); Christian Bernhardt, Agent, United Talent Agency (USA);Devraj Sanyal, Managing Director & CEO, Universal Music Group South Asia/EMI Music South Asia/Enchanted Valley Carnival (India); Emmylou Prevett, Creative Content & Programming Manager, Vevo (France); Julian Marshall, Global Head of Content, Shazam (UK); Leila Cobo, Executive Director of Latin content and programming, Billboard (USA); Patrik Larsson, A&R and Label Manager, Playground Music Scandinavia (Sweden); Rob Hallett, Founder, Robomagic (UK); Willy Ehmann, Artist Manager (Germany); Yoon-Young Kong, Founder and Executive Producer, Zandari Festa (South Korea); and Yoshinari Hirayama, Promotion & Marketing Chief Manager, Creativeman (Japan).

In addition, the finalists will receive further mentoring from a pool of experts as part of their Midem experience. Among those offering mentoring services are: Data Analytics (real–time charts, playlists, airplay and social monitoring) by David Weiszfeld, Founder & CEO of Soundcharts, the Market Intelligence platform for the Music Industry; navigating the streaming services and the use of the Spotify platform with Wilbert Mutsaers, Head of Spotify Benelux, Shows and Editorial; free legal consultation from the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers (IAEL); the use of a messenger bot and fan messaging platform with Sam Taylor, COO of I AM POP. Finalists will also have access to the Global Sync and Brands Summit, the gathering of the music supervision community, and to a series of dedicated workshops around music sync and placements, digital and social media strategy, and the artist-fan relationship.

MAA is a unique opportunity that helps artists grow their careers. This is why we are thrilled to be associated with this great initiative and provide free access to the platform for the Artistic Committee and Artists Finalists participating in the programme,” said David Weiszfeld.

“MAA is a great showcase for emerging talent looking to take their careers to the next level. At POP, we help artists tell their stories and build a direct one-on-one connection with fans on Messenger, and we’re pleased to support the MAA participants with the power of Messaging. By using POP’s simple Messenger bot platform, MAA participants will be able to connect directly with fans to tell their stories using chat, ensuring that their content is seen at this critical stage in their careers,” added Sam Taylor.

We are particularly excited about this year’s line-up for the Midem Artists Accelerator, with its strong accent on talent from the African continent. This truly global event also features artists from as far afield as Australia and Cuba, along with some home-grown French talent. When they all perform live in Cannes, I think that Midem attendees will be in for a real treat,” said Alexandre Deniot, Director of Midem.

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Vibrant Bollywood programme lights up South Coast Bike Fest™ 2018

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The celebration of KwaZulu-Natal’s cultural diversity and encouragement of social cohesion are important elements of the annual South Coast Bike Fest™, sponsored by UGU South Coast Tourism and Tourism KZN, running from 27 to 30 April at the seaside town of Margate. The introduction of the dynamic Bollywood programme on Monday, 30 April works into this cultural celebration, bringing the entertaining festival to a close on a particularly high note.

 

Starting at 11am, children are invited to participate in the fun and vivid Colour Fes at the Budweiser Main Beach Stage. Inspired by the traditional Hindu festival of Holi, children will get the chance to throw colourful powdered paint –  resulting in a fun, messy array of colour. This vibrant beachside activity will take place on the sand – away from all non-participating festival-goers – and participants are encouraged to wear white clothing for maximum effect.

 

The festival will then take a musical turn as renowned South African musician, Milano Singh, takes to the stage at 1pm for a dynamic one-hour, high-energy set. Famed KwaZulu-Natal radio DJ, Deon Govender, will then prove why he has such a big influence on the local club scene as keeps the momentum upbeat from 3pm to 4pm. His enthusiasm and larger-than-life personality make this a not-to-be-missed gig.

 

This enticing line-up includes entertainment in the form of traditional Indian dancers who at be performing throughout the day. Festival-goers will also get a taste of local Indian culture through one of the many food outlets serving authentic cuisine and, for a touch of decorative body art, there will be henna tattooists at the show ready to make their mark.

 

In addition to this captivating programme, visitors to the South Coast Bike Fest™ will also get the chance to visit eight festival-themed bars, a corporate dealership deck as well as 22 onsite clubs, pubs and restaurants catering to all interests and tastes. There is also full line-up of more than 30 South African artists – in addition to the above-mentioned – and a jam-packed entertainment programme, including:

 

•             Stunt shows and SOUTH COAST ENDUROX in the Full Throttle Staging Arena.

•             Shredbetty’s Ladies Learn to Ride

•             Various parades and outrides.

 

All bikers and pillions are urged to pre-register online for #freefunseeker tickets which gives free access to the entire event precinct including the main stage featuring all the headline artist performances. All non-biking pedestrians will be charged a nominal fee of R60 per day which provides access to the event precinct. For another R150, #fuelyourfun ticket holders can access the Budweiser Main Beach Stage Golden Circle. Children U12 (accompanied by an adult) enter free. Pre-registration for the biking community and limited pedestrian ticket sales are available atwww.southcoastbikefest.co.za. Tickets will also be sold at the gate.

 

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Old favourites UB40 are back in Cape Town in May on their 25th Anniversary Tour

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Britain’s most successful reggae band, UB40 is back in Cape Town at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on 15 May 2018, as part of their Ali, Astro & Mickey 25th Anniversary South African Tour. The three UB40 members, Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue, will be performing as an 11-piece band. Fans can expect to hear all their classic hits like Red Red WineKingston TownCan’t help falling in love and many more.

 This 25th Anniversary Tour has taken the band to North and South America, Nigeria, Dubai, Europe and Papua New Guinea. They also performed to sold-out arenas in London, Manchester and Birmingham. Band member Ali Campbell said: “We’ve had an outstanding three years on the road. In America, we’re playing huge venues that we last visited twenty years ago.”

 Real music pioneers, UB40 was established in 1979. After taking a break, the band reformed in 2013 and has been at the top of their game since then, developing into a formidable touring outfit. In 2014 they released a critically acclaimed top 10 album, Silhouette, and have plans to release a new studio album later this year.

 “UB40 is an old favourite among so many South Africans,” says Elouise Matthys, the PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest. “Their songs are iconic, and extra special as they formed part of the soundtrack of so many people’s youth. It will be fantastic to see them playing at GrandWest. Fans should buy tickets soon to ensure they do not miss out on the show.”

 Campbell said: “For me, it’s all about promoting reggae. At the end of the day, fans don’t care about what goes on behind the scenes. They only care about the music, and that’s what we’re giving them. We’re having a great time and we’re doing it in style.”

 UB40 is playing at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on 15 May 2018. Tickets are on sale at Computicket from R460. Doors open at 19h30 and the show starts at 20h30.

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BET’S NEW SHOW FIX MY LOVE BRINGS HONESTY AND HOPE WITH KHABONINA

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 In today’s world we all have relationship issues and struggles that we are never quite sure how to fix.  BET brings you a brand new local production, aimed to set lovers in difficulty onto the path of mending their broken hearts …but with a few interesting twists on Fix My Love starting on Wednesday 2 May at 21:30 CAT on BET (DStv channel 129).

Hosted by vivacious actress, dancer and choreographer, Khabonina Qubeka, with the support of clinical psychologist and councilor, Dr Khosi JiyaneFix My Love will be taking a fresh approach by taking us into the lives of the couples who appear on the show. By showing us their relationship struggles, delving deep into what drove them to a low point, and finally allowing them to talk through their issues.

Says Monde Twala, Vice President for BET, Youth and Music for Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN Africa): “BET is committed to local content that entertains and makes a difference in our viewers lives. Fix My Love is a great new addition to our local programming and will resonate strongly with BET audiences across Africa. I’m thrilled to welcome Khabonina to our family and I am confident she will be loved and make a great success of this fresh local series.”

Will these couples commit to fixing their love? Each episode will see audiences first getting to know the couple by hearing about the highs and happiest moments in their lives together, before the full and intense story of what went wrong is revealed through their intimate introspection.  The couple is then sent off on a ‘one night to save your life’ mission, where they go on a dinner date to explore whether they can fix their love. Intense discussions, burning questions and a surprise twist await them to find out if they will give their love another chance, or face the reality to call it quits.

Commented Khabonina Qubeka: “For Fix My Love I intend on bring honesty and genuineness because as an avid viewer of reality emotainment shows, often I find myself wishing that the host could have come from an honest place or sounded more genuine. Often hosts are chasing something else and completely miss the genuineness of the context being shared by the guest and I hope I won’t be that person.”

Would you commit to fixing your relationship? Catch Fix My Love on BET (DStv channel 129) from Wednesday 2 May at 21h30 CAT.

Visit www.betafrica.tv, like and chat to us on Facebook atwww.facebook.com/BETinAfrica, or join the conversation about the channel on Twitter and Instagram @BET_Africa using the hashtag #FixMyLoveBET.

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THE MISS SOUTH AFRICA 2018 REGIONAL QUALIFIERS: Who will take the coveted crown in May?

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Meet the Miss South Africa regional qualifiers vying for the title of Miss South Africa 2018, one of whom will be crowned – on May 27 – at the pageant’s diamond jubilee, to be held at Sun International’s new flagship Time Square Sun Arena in Pretoria, in a spectacular event which will be televised live on M-Net.

The winner will take home more than R2 million in prizes.

The Miss South Africa 2018 regional qualifiers is an impressive group. Among them is a mechanical engineer, several medical and science students, those studying law and commerce and a news broadcaster.

The 28 regional qualifiers come from eight of the country’s provinces – nine from Gauteng; seven from KwaZulu Natal; three from the Eastern Cape; two each from the Free State, Mpumalanga, the Northern Cape and the Western Cape and one from Limpopo.

They are (in alphabetical order):

Ø  Akile Khoza (23) from Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga who is studying for her Masters in neuroscience at Stellenbosch University.
Ø  Altina Vries (26), from Steinkopf in the Northern Cape, currently lives in Cape Town and works as a model.
Ø  Anzelle van Staden (24), from Centurion in Gauteng, has a BComm degree from the Univeristy of Pretoria and is currently a full-time model.
Ø  Avania Reddy (25) from Westville in KZN who is a mechanical engineer.
Ø  Bryoni Govender (21), from Kempton Park in Gauteng, is a third year LLB student at the University of Johannesburg.
Ø  Chanté Holloway (23), originally from Atlantis in the Western Cape and now residing in Johannesburg, studied at the New York Film Academy and works as an actress and model.
Ø  Chanté Jantjies (25), from Northcliff in Gauteng, has a BComm in finance from Varsity College and works as a news anchor for the SABC.
Ø  Daniellë de Jager (20) from Benoni, Gauteng, is currently studying biokinetics at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth.
Ø  Danielle Wallace (25), originally from Mount Edgecombe in KZN and who has an honours degree in social sciences, works as a marketing account manager.
Ø  Eureka Khambako (23), from Hazyview, Mpumalanga, is studying fifth year medicine at Stellenbosch University.
Ø  Karishma Ramdev (23), from Chatsworth in KZN, is a fifth-year medical student at the University of Pretoria.
Ø  Leah Prinsloo (22), from Morningside         in KZN, is a graphic designer.
Ø  Lethukwenama Letsoalo (22) from Bergville, KZN, is studying fourth year medicine at Stellenbosch University.
Ø  Lisa Stoffela (25), from Margate in KZN and who now lives in Sandton in Gauteng, is a final year BComm financial management student at Varsity College.
Ø  Margo Fargo (25), originally from Heidedal in the Free State, has a BSc consumer sciences honours degree and is a co-founder of a NPO.
Ø  Michelle Howell (24), from Kempton Park in Gauteng, is a second year student studying consumer sciences at Unisa and works as a designer and au pair.
Ø  Noxolo Ndebele (24), from Pinetown in KZN, has a BComm Acc degree and currently works as a financial controller.
Ø  Rethabile Lethoko (22), from Greenstone, Edenvale, in Gauteng is a second year BA student at Varsity College.
Ø  Rito-Grace Madingana (25), originally from Welkom in the Free State, is a BComm graduate from the University of the Free State and now works as a model and NGO entrepreneur.
Ø  Tamarin Bensch (25), originally from Bedfordview in Gauteng but now living in Somerset West, who works in property management and interior renovations.
Ø  Tamaryn Green (23), from Paarl in the Western Cape, is in her final year of medicine at the University of Cape Town.
Ø  Taryn Bornman (25), from Pretoria East in Gauteng, has an honours degree in marketing and works in the finance industry.
Ø  Tegan Goldman (25) from Salt Lake in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, is studying Honours in Corporate Communication at Nelson Mandela University.
Ø  Thandokazi Mfundisi (23), from East London in the Eastern Cape, is a final year LLB student at Fort Hare.
Ø  Tharina Botes (21), from Roodepoort in Gauteng, is a first year BComm marketing and business degree student at Damelin and a part-time model.
Ø  Thulisa Keyi (26), originally from East London in the Eastern Cape and who now lives in Gauteng, is currently doing articles at KPMG after graduating from the University of Cape Town.
Ø  Tshegofatso Moloto (22), originally from Limpopo and now residing in Buccleuch in Gauteng, is in her final year BComm in marketing at the University of Johannesburg and is a part-time model.
Ø  Thokozile Mbatha (26), from Kimberley in the Northern Cape and now staying in Observatory, Cape Town, is a digital marketing intern.

They now stand a chance to make it to the Top 12 which will be announced on Thursday, May 3.

Says Gareth Flusk from the Miss South Africa Organisation and one of the judges: “We were delighted with the calibre of all the entrants in the year that we proudly celebrate our 60th anniversary and we are looking forward to a competitive final in May.”

Adds Suzette van der Merwe, Executive: Commercial Communications for headline sponsor Cell C: “We have a very talented and diverse group of regional qualifiers this year; they all have the acumen, dedication and right attitude to take the crown.”

Miss South Africa is proudly presented by Sun International and Cell C.

Go to:
Ø  Website: misssa.co.za
Ø  Facebook: facebook.com/MsSouthAfrica
Ø  Twitter:  @Official_MissSA
Ø  Instagram: @official_misssa
Ø  YouTube: youtube.com/TheMissSAPageant

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THE MISS SOUTH AFRICA 2018 REGIONAL QUALIFIERS Who will take the coveted crown in May?

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Meet the Miss South Africa regional qualifiers vying for the title of Miss South Africa 2018, one of whom will be crowned – on May 27 – at the pageant’s diamond jubilee, to be held at Sun International’s new flagship Time Square Sun Arena in Pretoria, in a spectacular event which will be televised live on M-Net.

The winner will take home more than R2 million in prizes.

The Miss South Africa 2018 regional qualifiers is an impressive group. Among them is a mechanical engineer, several medical and science students, those studying law and commerce and a news broadcaster.

The 28 regional qualifiers come from eight of the country’s provinces – nine from Gauteng; seven from KwaZulu Natal; three from the Eastern Cape; two each from the Free State, Mpumalanga, the Northern Cape and the Western Cape and one from Limpopo.

They are (in alphabetical order):

  • Akile Khoza (23) from Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga who is studying for her Masters in neuroscience at Stellenbosch University.
  • Altina Vries (26), from Steinkopf in the Northern Cape, currently lives in Cape Town and works as a model.
  • Anzelle van Staden (24), from Centurion in Gauteng, has a BComm degree from the Univeristy of Pretoria and is currently a full-time model.
  • Avania Reddy (25) from Westville in KZN who is a mechanical engineer.
  • Bryoni Govender (21), from Kempton Park in Gauteng, is a third year LLB student at the University of Johannesburg.
  • Chanté Holloway (23), originally from Atlantis in the Western Cape and now residing in Johannesburg, studied at the New York Film Academy and works as an actress and model.
  • Chanté Jantjies (25), from Northcliff in Gauteng, has a BComm in finance from Varsity College and works as a news anchor for the SABC.
  • Daniellë de Jager (20) from Benoni, Gauteng, is currently studying biokinetics at the Nelson Mandela University in Port Elizabeth.
  • Danielle Wallace (25), originally from Mount Edgecombe in KZN and who has an honours degree in social sciences, works as a marketing account manager.
  • Eureka Khambako (23), from Hazyview, Mpumalanga, is studying fifth year medicine at Stellenbosch University.
  • Karishma Ramdev (23), from Chatsworth in KZN, is a fifth-year medical student at the University of Pretoria.
  • Leah Prinsloo (22), from Morningside in KZN, is a graphic designer.
  • Lethukwenama Letsoalo (22) from Bergville, KZN, is studying fourth year medicine at Stellenbosch University.
  • Lisa Stoffela (25), from Margate in KZN and who now lives in Sandton in Gauteng, is a final year BComm financial management student at Varsity College.
  • Margo Fargo (25), originally from Heidedal in the Free State, has a BSc consumer sciences honours degree and is a co-founder of a NPO.
  • Michelle Howell (24), from Kempton Park in Gauteng, is a second year student studying consumer sciences at Unisa and works as a designer and au pair.
  • Noxolo Ndebele (24), from Pinetown in KZN, has a BComm Acc degree and currently works as a financial controller.
  • Rethabile Lethoko (22), from Greenstone, Edenvale, in Gauteng is a second year BA student at Varsity College.
  • Rito-Grace Madingana (25), originally from Welkom in the Free State, is a BComm graduate from the University of the Free State and now works as a model and NGO entrepreneur.
  • Tamarin Bensch (25), originally from Bedfordview in Gauteng but now living in Somerset West, who works in property management and interior renovations.
  • Tamaryn Green (23), from Paarl in the Western Cape, is in her final year of medicine at the University of Cape Town.
  • Taryn Bornman (25), from Pretoria East in Gauteng, has an honours degree in marketing and works in the finance industry.
  • Tegan Goldman (25) from Salt Lake in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, is studying Honours in Corporate Communication at Nelson Mandela University.
  • Thandokazi Mfundisi (23), from East London in the Eastern Cape, is a final year LLB student at Fort Hare.
  • Tharina Botes (21), from Roodepoort in Gauteng, is a first year BComm marketing and business degree student at Damelin and a part-time model.
  • Thulisa Keyi (26), originally from East London in the Eastern Cape and who now lives in Gauteng, is currently doing articles at KPMG after graduating from the University of Cape Town.
  • Tshegofatso Moloto (22), originally from Limpopo and now residing in Buccleuch in Gauteng, is in her final year BComm in marketing at the University of Johannesburg and is a part-time model.
  • Thokozile Mbatha (26), from Kimberley in the Northern Cape and now staying in Observatory, Cape Town, is a digital marketing intern.

They now stand a chance to make it to the Top 12 which will be announced on Thursday, May 3.

Says Gareth Flusk from the Miss South Africa Organisation and one of the judges: “We were delighted with the calibre of all the entrants in the year that we proudly celebrate our 60th anniversary and we are looking forward to a competitive final in May.”

Adds Suzette van der Merwe, Executive: Commercial Communications for headline sponsor Cell C: “We have a very talented and diverse group of regional qualifiers this year; they all have the acumen, dedication and right attitude to take the crown.”

Miss South Africa is proudly presented by Sun International and Cell C.

Go to:

Instagram: @official_misssa

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Moses Kotane Local Municipality Mayoral Golf Day raises R132 000 for education fund

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Enthusiastic golfers hit the course at the Gary Player Country Club at Sun City on 11 April for the 2018 Moses Kotane Local Municipality Mayoral Golf Day. Thanks to the keen support of novice and practiced golfers who participated, the charitable event raised R132 000 for the Moses Kotane Local Municipality Mayoral Bursary Fund which offers financial assistance to underprivileged individuals in the North West Province for education.

During dinner and prize giving, an auction of sporting memorabilia was staged and once again, people dug deep to help increase proceeds raised for the fund. Each member of the winning 4-ball team walked away with a Wheely Duffle Bag and two night’s stay at The Palace, including a 2-ball at Gary Player Country Club or Lost City Golf Course.  The winning 4-ball, with a score of 101 points, comprised of Musa Ncanana, Sameer Ebrahim, Cornelius Madiele and Mohammed Hafejee. Prizes were also awarded to the top five 4-balls, Nearest to Pin, Longest Drive and Longest Day.  Catch the day’s festivities on Sun City’s Facebook page,SunCitySA!

“The Moses Kotane Local Municipality Mayoral Golf Day was a spirited event, offering golfers an opportunity to pit their skills against other golfers on one of the most beautiful golf courses in South Africa, while making a contribution to a worthy local cause. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to the golfers and sponsors who took part in the event to support this initiative which is close to our heart,” says Thapelo Modise, Marketing Manager at Sun City.

Raul de Lima, Sun City’s General Manager, handing over the day’s proceeds to Honourable Mayor of Moses Kotane Local Municipality, Ralesole Diale

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Ken Payet, Golf Manager, congratulating the winning 4-ball team; Sameer Ebrahim, Musa Ncanana, Mohammed Hafejee and Cornelius Madiele)

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A strong stance from the winning 4-ball team.

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