I want to thank all my neighbours in Sea Point for listening and to you at home for watching my first 2 "Lockdown Balcony Concerts”. I was truly overwhelmed by the response, your kind words, love and prayers have truly touched my heart and have given me so much strength.
I am so excited to announce that I will be performing 3 more concerts during lockdown on the 24, 25 and the 30th April, the night lockdown ends. Please register so you can gain access to the Live stream and viewing time aswell as be notified when I go live. Please share this with your friends and help me spread light, love and hope during these trying times, so we can reach not only Sea Point but the whole of South Africa and unite as one!
I will be pledging some of the proceeds to Reach for a Recovery (https://www.reach4recovery.org.za) & SAFE ( South African Fund 4 Entertainment ) (See Below)
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As the economic effect of COVID-19 unfolds, the live event and nightlife industry will be among the hardest hit. The first to be affected and will be the last to recover. Even after the lockdown ends, the ban on "mass gatherings" is unlikely to be lifted for some time. This has a direct impact on tens of thousands of people, with more than 500 local events already cancelled or postponed over the next few months.
We’ve heard about the devastating effect this has had on DJ’s, artists, bands, rappers and on event organisers – but what about the support teams? The support teams that make events possible.
In the short term, the hardest hit will be hourly workers, technical set up crews, security officers, cleaners, fencing staff, décor company set-up crews, barmen, waiters, and more. The list is exhaustive, and the effect: potentially catastrophic.
Many thousands of these individuals are the main breadwinners in their households and will find themselves with no income they cannot simply switch things up and take the show online – But we can.
With the launch of SAFE – The South African Fund 4 Entertainment.
A new NPO, that has mobilised and united the South African entertainment industry to fill the gap.
For this reason, for the first few events, SAFE, in partnership with Pick 'n Pay Feed The Nation and a number of event industry leaders, intends to support these individuals with food vouchers. These vouchers will allow them to go to their nearest Pick 'n Pay for a hamper of essentials.
To Learn more visit safelife.events