Heritage Day

Every event seems to get better as the word spreads. Again the venue was the community Hall but thanks to the lovely weather, we moved it outside this time. Spirits were high as we enjoyed a break from the cold wet weather although I (being the only umlungu in...

Womens Day

After discussing how to celebrate this month, the men suggested we use our monthly event to honour the women in our community. We mixed it up by using our community hall as a venue instead of our usual outside park set up. It was a risky move as we knew that the...

The First Event

The first event for myDunoon took place on Saturday the 7th of March. It was as successful as a first event could be, and although we had nothing really to compare it too, a few hundred people were engaged. Around 20 incredibly talented artists performed, so that has...

Youth Day event

The weather was threatening to not play along, but nothing could dampen the celebrations. Celebrating the powerful effect a group of united and determined young people can have on the world, we did what we do best. Beautiful poetry, songs and dances- expressions of...

Xenophobia- no thanks

The week before news headlines read “xenophobia spreads across country”. The community seemed to be intentionally avoiding the topic as we are still recovering from the 2008 riots that spread across Cape Town from Du Noon. Unfortunately it was at a unity event that...
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