South African Cultural Observatory

Jozini Cultural Music Festival

03 DEC 2016 - 03 DEC 2016
Category: Culture
Region: KwaZulu-Natal
Town: Jozini
Cover Charge: R25
Contact Details: Sphamandla @ 0824232456 email: sphamandladelani@gmail.com
Booking Details: The tickets will be sold at the community radio station (maputaland community radio), community supermarkets, and also through door to door campaigns.

THE Usiba Cares and Jozini Film Entertainment are established by the two young stars. Our aim is that we want to create better lives for everyone in the community, whether they are educated or uneducated, through skills development and knwoledge. With this event, we want to enhancce government and other private sector involvement in this poor community by investing in something. 

 

Venue

Venue Name: Umsiyane hall
Street Address: B847 NANDI STREET
JOZINI, HIGH WAY

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