Project Dignity is about empowering young women through dinity and promoting environmental sustainability.
There were dozens of stalls selling a variety of geeked out goods, from cards and comics to board games and chocolate frogs.
With the help of their parents, the children brought a variety of foods for tasting.
The Wonder Women event was held at Shongweni Farmers Market where a Dis-Chem Expo of health, beauty, wellness and nutrition added to the morning’s activities.
There was something for everyone at the Pinetown Catholic Church’s fund-raiser fete.
The festival was packed with families wanting to enjoy a lick of sunshine and support a worthy cause.
You can find second-hand goodies, delicious sweet treats, fresh veggies and more at the weekly market.
The market offers a variety of stalls with food, clothing, jewellery and plants.
The newly-launched Water Lilly Women’s Group fund-raiser saw its supporters walk 5km around Wyebank to raise funds and awareness.
Welcome these adorable pooches and cats into your home.
ActionCOACH Ignite’s Darryn le Grange was the guest speaker at the gathering.