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Amanda Black and friends spread love and good vibes on Valentine’s Day

The effervescent Amanda Black, soulful Sjava and vibrant Mlindo collaborate for a one night only concert for a good cause at Carnival City’ Big Top Arena on Valentine’s Day (14 February 2019). The music showcase, The Love Potion, is a fundraiser for the Ekurhuleni non-profit organization, The Cool Dad Foundation, which runs several programmes to encourage and support fathers in playing more active roles the development and upbringing of their children. Tickets are available at Computicket and cost R200 per person.

“We are delighted to play host to The Love Potion, which celebrates love and brings together some talented performers for a great cause. The concert will also showcase up and coming talent from Ekurhuleni. The name of the opening act will be revealed soon,” says Michelle Smith, the Marketing Manager at Carnival City.

The Cool Dad Foundation was established in 2012 by Bongani Luvalo and a network of friends in Kwa-Thema to facilitate, promote, educate, advocate and support a culture of positive fatherhood by engaging with fathers and reminding them of their fundamental responsibility towards their kids. Their vision is to grow into a nationally recognized network of fathers with a passion for fatherhood in order to address the social ills stemming from absent fathers and reinstate the image of the man and the dignity of fatherhood in society. The Foundation relies heavily on the sponsorship and support it receives from the public and caring companies in order to keep delivering it programmes in the community.

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