The last few weeks have been so hectic it’s not even funny… from one event to the next and still having to deal with life in between. It sucks having to grow up!!!!
So I thought just to catch up with everyone out there, I would give a little run down on what’s been happening.
Let’s start with the Cansa Relay for Life/ eKasi tour; on the 24th of August I joined the Craz-e presenters and ETV actors as we ventured down to the KZN coast for the Cansa Relay for life and the eKasi tour. Starting off in Durban North beach we partied the night away at De la Sol where honestly I have never seen a place so packed before in my entire life, sardines have nothing on an ETV party… Needless to say the next day shades were definitely worn by all as we headed off to Max’s Lifestyle restaurant in Umlazi where, as their website says, it’s the best place to go to experience township culture and in my opinion the best Shisa nyama (in case you didn’t know, this a township braai or barbeque) ever. 16:00 and off we go again this time to Glenwood high for the Cansa Relay for Life where we showed that Cansa never sleeps and neither would we as we walked around Glenwood high’s rugby field for 12 hours straight from 6pm-6am. It was such an amazing cause and an amazing event that the 12 hours seemed to just fly by. After that it was a rush to the airport to make our 8:00 flight back to OR Tambo.
An hour and a change of clothes later, it was off to see the ponies at the BMW International Polo Series at Waterfall Estate in Sunninghill. I was lucky enough to be dressed by the amazing Miss Boos couture and spent the day enjoying BMW’s new offerings and some good polo.
And that was just one weekend…
The next weekend was spring day the 1st September and there was no better place to be then Joburg Day presented by 94.7 Highveld stereo. It was so awesome even the Hoff showed up. The line up consisted of the cream of the crop in term of SA performers; Toya Delazy, Chiano Sky, Prime Circle, MiCasa, Pascal and Pearce just to name a few.
The evening ended off at Flair’s Masquerade ball in celebration of its 3rd birthday and what an amazing event it was, i can’t believe that it has already been 3 years since my brother opened it.
So i think that just about covers the highlights from the last few weeks, the weeks that follow are going to be jam packed and even more exciting, from fashion police parties, shooting my new portfolio with some amazing photographers to cooking up a storm with the Star newspaper.