It’s payday and we can all breathe again mense.
Goodbye Januworry and hello 2019!
There are loads of options to choose from this weekend, and you don’t even need any kroon for the Cape Town Open Streets event on Sunday in Bree Street in the CBD.
Residents are encouraged to leave their cars at home, and walk, cycle, skate, play, dance, explore, and connect with neighbours, friends and family at this vehicle free event.
You can go back to your childhood to jump rope, play hop-scotch, hide and seek and any number of games you want.
This will be the fourth time Bree Street hosts Open Streets since 2015.
In February it’s Langa’s turn, followed by Mitchells Plain in March, and it takes place on the last Sunday of each month.
Sticking to the outdoor theme, don’t forget to catch your weekly dose of klopse.
The KKKA carnival at Athlone Stadium kicks off the third leg of its competition, and on Saturday the first 12 teams of 24 will perform, starting at 1.30 pm.
The teams will compete in the items of Afrikaans Combine; English Moppie; Female Adult Sentimental and Male Adult Sentimental.
Tickets are only available at Computicket. Adults pay R50, children R30, and pensioners R30, gates open at 11 am.
At Florida Park Stadium, the Cape District Minstrel Board will compete in the Grand March Pass, Adult Sentimental, Juvenile Combine Chorus.
Nine of the 16 troupes still have to perform their English Moppie and Afrikaans Moppie due to sound system problems last week.
Gates open at 12 pm. Entry for adults is R30, for children R20 and handicapped patrons enter free.