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Wednesday, September 16, 2020


East Coast Radio personality Jayshree Parasuramen can be seen on her Facebook page in the one-woman play,

“As an artist and considering our dismal situation, I needed to change in order to grow. If I don't grow in difficult times then I'm an artist with no Soul.... The living dead. During lockdown after several attempts, she created The Adoeete Foundation for the Arts Industry which was finally approved. It is a registered NPC (Non Profit) with a tax number. Adoeete - meaning "Big Tree" - aims to assist, promote and keep the Arts Industry alive especially for us ignored, deprived underdogs.

A one-woman motivational play with a strong South African flavour produced by the very new Arts Foundation, Ntshontsha is desperately in need of your generous support. Save the Date!!! To save our Artists and Technical Crew!” she adds

There are many credits and a highly qualified team behind this production.

“Let me surprise you on September 26 at 17h00 with my performance and SA's best Production Crew... Our very own "A Team", she adds. “Go Big or Go Home!!!!

 Ntshontsha can be seen on Jayshree’s Facebook page -