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    Spark 2018 Sustainability Festival; Community Upliftment “Unfortunately it is a dog eats dog world. Some of us want the food, others want the money, we all want energy and others want the water,” says Dr Jennifer Balatedi Molwantwa, from the Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency.  “We need to do this in a balanced manner,” she adds earnestly. “That is where sustainability comes in.” From 2 to 4 March the first Eco Sustainability Festival will take place in the Lowveld. Some of South Africa’s finest artist and bands will provide the soundtrack to an exquisite backdrop at Penryn College: Majozi, Veranda Panda, Albert Frost, Gerald Clark, Jackal and the Wind and The Kiffness to name a few. Those who prefer something more soothing can join a yoga class, meditation session or a drumming circle to ease into the rhythm of Spark. Be on the look-out for slam poetry, conservation tours around the grounds and the kiddies’ corner to keep the young ones entertained with exciting educational activities, set-up by creative and capable Penryn staff. It isn’t only about having fun; Spark also wants their attendees to walk away feeling inspired. Initiative director Sandra Simpson describes the idea as being focussed on sustainability, as well as community. “It is a networking opportunity which brings together like-minded individuals, forerunners in sustainable development and education, to inspire a new culture in the Lowveld,” Sandra adds enthusiastically. The festival acts as a launching pad and awareness campaign; Spark’s main objective is to establish and drive educational […]
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    Spark Festival Announce First Wave Of Acts
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    Spark Festival in NewsHorn
    Spark Festival 2018 Spark is that sensation after early morning yoga – invigorated, yet relaxed.  It is an ice cold beer on a warm day in the Lowveld. It is listening and hearing your environment speak. It is bouncing to the beat of Majozi’s Fire. Spark is everything you would expect from a festival, and more. From 2 to 4 March the first Eco Sustainability Festival will take place in the Lowveld. Some of South Africa’s finest artist and bands will provide the soundtrack to an exquisite backdrop at Penryn College: Majozi, Veranda Panda, Ben Dey and the Concrete Lions, Jackal and the Wind and The Kiffness to name a few. Those who prefer something more soothing can join a yoga class, meditation session or a drumming circle to ease into the rhythm of Spark. Be on the look-out for slam poetry, conservation tours on the outskirts of the grounds and the kiddies’ corner, to keep the young ones entertained. We aren’t only interested in having fun; we also want our attendees to walk away feeling inspired. Spark is not only a festival, but also a sustainability expo and we have an array of exhibitors ready to make your step towards a greener 2018. “Spark’s primary focus is to encourage a mind shift towards sustainability in all its facets. We want the festival to be a safe, innovative environment which stimulates the senses by showcasing Eco Sustainability in a mailable yet digestible way,” Sandra Simpson explains. Sandra is the brains […]
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