Every year, on one of the oldest farms just outside Durbanville, Welbeloond, something is stirring. Vendors set up shop, selling everything from soaps, jams, crafts, art to food and mirrors. Curious and eager people flock from all over to witness and be a part of this spectacular event. There’s a lot to do and see and afterwards you can relax with a bite to eat and a glass of wine. If you don’t believe me – have a look at the marketing video we made to showcase the renowned CY Market. (cymarket.co.za)
Amazink Live, situated in the vibrant township Khayamandi just outside Stellenbosch, hosts wonderful funfilled evenings spiced with local culture and talent. The cosy setting, brilliant acting and dancing combined with local beers and wine and traditional dinners make for an evening to remember. Sing and laugh with the stars on stage – Amazink leaves you entertained, well fed and with lots of memories! At the end of the wevening you will dance as the show becomes one with your natural rhythm. Experience South African culture as never before – watch the event video and see for yourself!
After months of hard work, Tygervalley Centre launched their new look with several exciting events and a wonderful competition. Have a look at the activities that went on as well as the amazing prize that was given away to one lucky girl. The arena was magically transformed into a stunning lounge for a night of cocktails, shows and fun. The next morning the tenants of Tygervalley enjoyed a lavish breakfast. Enjoy the video!
Herewith another video we filmed at Tygervalley.
The youth of any nation is the future of that nation. If a society fails to realize this simple truth, we as a society will fail. Issues like these were discussed at the Millennium Development Goals Post 2105 summit that was held outside Cape Town and was organized by the NGO organization Ilitha Labantu. There were representatives from all over our South Africa and other parts of the world. They represented different NGO’s, the South African government (3 ministers) and even the United Nations. They discussed Youth Empowerment in South Africa. Critical issues about our youth and our country’s future were raised and discussed. Ilitha Labantu played their part to represent the women and youth of this country and the issues that affect them.
Suiderland Plase is committed to a sustainable land reform process by assisting emerging farmers to acquire vital business experience through a structured mentoring programme. Zandberg symbolises the essence of what empowerment really means. In partnership with the AgriSeta and training provided by Operational Process Improvements (OPI), Suiderland Plase have ensured that these workers attain their entitlement to land in a responsible and sustainable manner.
True empowerment is not about giving land to farm on – it is about acquiring the knowledge and skills to run an economic viable business in a sustainable manner.
With this in mind, beneficiaries enrolled on the New Venture Creation Learnership sponsored by the AgriSeta and conducted by the accredited training provider, Operational Process Improvement (OPI).
What better way to tell this story than with a documentary promotional video that combines visuals, sound and emotion to tell this story of hope and opportunity.
Watch this video clip to hear what the Western Cape Minister of Agriculture and the people of Zandberg and Suiderland have to say and see what true empowerment is all about…
Click here for other videos of hope.
We were asked to document the annual Wedding Expo that was held at the Tygervalley Centre. The centre was filled with some of the best service providers from all over. There were cakes, dresses, photographers, videographers, a fancy limo and even a mime. Brides-to-be had a wonderful time indulging their senses with all that was to see. Have a look at the video, and if you’re getting married at the end of next year, be sure to visit!
Die Burger Bride of the Year was held at Tygervalley Mall and presented by the vibrant and funny Nico & Christi Panagio. In a previous post we revealed some of the photographs that were taken. Now we have the video to show you more! There were 12 brides for each month of the year who paraded on the catwalk showing off their dresses, designed by the best designers alongside other models sporting designer wear. This spectacular event was organized by Cream Library. A group of sponsors gave away a wedding worth R25000 to the very lucky girl, Miss Grobler. Have a look at the video and see which bride was chosen as bride of the year! Thanks to Willem Foster who assisted with the video capturing.