The chant, “No farmer, no food!” reverberated through Barberton at midday on Monday as over 100 local farmers and community members took to the streets to raise awareness of farm murders. Read More on tomorrow’s edition of Barberton Times.
The annual CANSA Pink Walk took place this Saturday. View the gallery.
The grade 12 class of 2017 at Barberton Secondary School pulled out all stops for their grand entrances at the matric farewell on Friday.
An amazing amount of R17 630,50 was collected. This is due to the participation and contributions of the community, our schools and businesses.”
The first poetry event at Art Vi Art Gallery was held at the Plaaskombuis coffee shop on Tuesday.
CANSA in Barberton recently started visiting schools, businesses and mines for their annual Shavathon.
Locals went out in numbers and enjoyed themselves.
People of various races, cultures and churches came together in fellowship.
The blue team was the winner of the competition, red came second and green took the third place.
Bosua started the meeting by presenting a manipulated image. “The members had to guess what it was, but were unable to.
Some people wore red and white as part of the theme.