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Ultra South Africa, a music festival which this year celebrated its fifth anniversary, is synonymous with a downpour! For dancing revellers enjoying the line-up of some of the world’s best DJs, the rain is always welcome, but if you’re part of the technical team and the gear is getting wet … well, no need to say more.Mar 8, 2018 Read More
Gearhouse Group Companies collaborate for Armed Forces Day
As South Africa’s political outlook grows brighter with the appointment of a new president, Gearhouse Group were proud to provide some of the technical support for the first official event presided over by President Cyril Ramaphosa in Kimberley. Three members of the technical solutions group came together to support the Armed Forces Day 2018 on 21st February.Mar 2, 2018 Read More
In a world where people change jobs with the same impunity as they change their clothes… it is rare to find long standing and faithful staff members. Yet, when Gearhouse Group’s set building company Sets Drapes Screens (SDS) turned 10 this year… it was surprisingly easy to find people who have been working at the company since its inception and who were happy to elaborate on what sets the company apart.Feb 19, 2018 Read More
Since its inaugural event in New York in 2004, the AFROPUNK Festival has become a global phenomenon, associated not only with alternative punk music but also with its audience’s eclectic ‘African-born’ styling and eye-catching fashion statements in Atlanta, Paris and London. The AFROPUNK movement emerged as a rebellious alternative to mainstream white punk/rock culture, and is promoted as ‘a blank space to freak out in, to construct a new reality, to live your life as you see fit, while making sense of the world around you,’ while celebrating alternative black culture and spirit.Feb 19, 2018 Read More
The Rainbow Crèche, situated in Bezuidenhout Valley, is a humble childcare centre that provides a loving, safe environment for up to 40 children in need of care during the day. The centre was opened some years ago by a concerned pensioner named Selina, and relies almost entirely on the kindness of sponsors to feed, educate and care for the children aged birth to preschool.Feb 19, 2018 Read More