The Dennis Hurley Centre in collaboration with the US Consulate held a Women’s Indaba in Durban on 1 September 2018. Musa Hlatshwayo and Mhayise Productions, who were helping the Centre curate the event, approached ASSITEJ SA for a collaboration.
We got on board with taking charge and planning entertainment for their safe room for kids whilst their moms attended the Women’s Indaba.
Our line-up of edutainment for the little people included:
- Adi Paxton (Cherry the Clown enthralled with her ditsy antics, interactive story telling with props and costumes and balloon sculpting).
- Maureen Ganess from Golden Empire cc captivated with two story telling puppet show
- Queen Mote entertained with nursery rhymes and story telling in English, Zulu and Sotho.
The kids were also provided with paper, colouring pencils, crayons and khoki pens to become artistic and just go wild with their imaginations.
We are happy to have been part of this event and help moms who also wanted their children to be part of the day.