Lowfeld Soul Food will be holding the inaugural Charleston South African Festival, with special guests, Die Campbells, on September 22 and 23.
The South African Expats (Pennsylvania) and PA, NJ , DE, MD, one of the most active and philanthropic expat-groups in the country recently hosted another of their sensational braais under sunny skies at Ridley Creek Park in South Eastern Pennsylvania.
Saffas in Idaho recently held a lovely get-together at The Farmhouse in Surprise Valley.
The Fumana Wine for the Holiday Masquerade Ball was a glitzy, glammy affair where the best food, wines and entertainment were served to patrons.
In Lorton Virginia, Saffas had their dancing shoes on when they recently celebrated Heritage Day. There was plenty to eat, but for new Saffa friends, it was a wonderful opportunity to mingle and share their love of SA traditions.
When Nanette O’Grady, aka Southern Protea, hosts a Tannies Tea, it’s your lucky day! So says organiser of the Nashville monthly Tannies Tea, Kobie Pretorius.
Bliksem, that was fun! Team Vuvuzela crushed it when they won the Spirit Award at the recent Dragon Boat Festival held on the East bank of the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee.
The weather was perfect, the treats were delicious and the kuier was outstanding! The July Tannie’s Tea, held at the home of Cornelia Vance in Hendersonville, was well supported and there were even South African favourites like biltong and boerewors for sale
The recent Kentucky Potjie was a roaring success with 150 Saffas gathering around the aromas of chicken curry, lamb, oxtail, beef, chicken and vegetarian potjies while reminiscing about the shared traditions of their home country.
Fumana International has done it again! Moira and Gretchen Henkel were both honoured and surprised when they were recently invited to showcase some of SA’s best wines at the Southeast Emmy Awards event, a division of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.