June 16 marks Youth Day and several organizations, individuals and the Metro have held events to commemorate the heroes of June 16, 1976.
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The town of Ekurhuleni has, in partnership with several organizations, launched a series of youth events across the town to celebrate Youth Month.
The youth program started on June 6 and will continue until early July.
Members of the state Health Research Advisory Board participate in a youth drug and addiction camp June 6-10 at Sanca Horizon.
Entrepreneurs with registered businesses in Kathorus and surrounding areas can commemorate June 16 through an exclusive presentation session.
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The top three pitchers will have a chance to showcase their business at the main Ideas Festival taking place on June 29, when you have a chance to win a share of R100,000 in business support prizes.
Click on the link https://bit.ly/EkurhuleniIdeasFestival2022
The OR Tambo cultural precinct in Wattville will be a hive of activity when the town hosts the second edition of the demo concert on June 11.
Dozens of young people from all over will flock to share a stage, showcasing an array of exhilarating performing arts skills to celebrate Youth Month.
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The annual concert has grown in popularity with art lovers across the city and beyond since the first edition was held last year.
This year’s concert promises to be bigger and better with the addition of more performing arts disciplines such as poetry, dance, disc jockey, storytelling, music and marimba band, among others.
Entrance to the concert is free and all Covid-19 regulations will be observed.
Alcoholic beverages will not be permitted. The concert will begin at 10:00 a.m. at OR Tambo Cultural Precinct.
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