Grantleigh celebrates 20 years in style

Caleb Phipson (8) fancied himself as a ball rather than a player during bubble soccer game PHOTO: Orrin Singh

GRANTLEIGH School celebrated its 20 year anniversary in style on Saturday.

Theo Bothma and his wife Jolene enjoyed the day out with their son Elijah and daughter Jesse PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

Lungi Msubo, Nodumiso Mashaba, Zame Duze and Nanagamaso Bodlani took some time out to chill under a tree and enjoy lunch
PHOTO: Orrin Singh

It was a day and evening filled with many activities – music, food and overall fun.

Drummer Josh Kylnsmith and Matthew Mole in action
– PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

Shalomé Landman, Jamie Boyce, Sne Mhlongo, Nothile Zungu, Ziyanda Mbhense and Samkele Mgenge strike a pose
PHOTO: Orrin Singh

Families got to enjoy a variety of goods for sale in true flea market style, while the kids enjoyed jumping castles and bubble soccer. Older kids put on a display of action hockey on the AstroTurf.

Jezreel Naicker and Aahil Hassim cooled off with smoothies in the heat
PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

Tumi Ntheledi, Melvin Luthuli, Lwandile Khumalo, Shaun Naidoo and Ndumiso Ndunakazi

Among the headline acts were Zululand’s Dance Academy, acclaimed eShowe musician Dave Stark, folk duo Emil Loubser and Alex Gibbs of Suburban Chills and top South African muso Matthew Mole.

Tyron Ferraris, Kristen Hartley, Gunther Kelling and Mini Nkosi ready for the music to begin – PHOTO: Orrin Singh

 

Brothers Liam, Nathan and Dilan Govender

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