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Wednesday, November 21, 2012


Clowns Without Borders South Africa) will host a benefit for its Ubuntu Clown Fun(D) to support new projects for children affected by HIV/AIDS, violence, and poverty.

The Benefit Concert boasts a not-to-be missed programme featuring storyteller Grande Dames Gcina Mhlophe and Nomusa Xaba; live music from Thulile Zama, Nje and the South Jersey Pom Poms as well as spoken word artists Ewok and Tumelo Khoza … and Clowns!

Clowns Without Borders South Africa is extremely grateful to the many artists who have agreed to give their time and talent in support.

The Big Benefit Bash will be on November 23 at 17h30 in Corner Café, Glenwood (corner Brand/Cromwell). Tickets R50 minimum donation.

Clowns Without Borders South Africa is an artist-led humanitarian organisation dedicated to improving the psychosocial condition of children and their guardians in areas of crisis. Since 2004, Clowns Without Borders has provided emotional relief to over 250,000 children and guardians with more than 500 performances and workshops throughout Southern Africa, the African continent, and the world. Their motto is “children being children again.”

The Ubuntu Clown Fun(D) will enable Clowns Without Borders to respond even more efficiently to requests from organisations, orphanages, and schools in communities affected by HIV/AIDS, poverty, and violence. Anyone wishing to contribute to this fund can do so online at

For more information, contact Hannah Mangenda on 031 368 1912 or 082 399 0224 or visit