Gay Pride Parade 2015 – Cape Town

Since 2001 there have been a week-long Gay Pride summer festival that has filled the streets of Cape Town year after year.

The Gay Pride event celebrates the diversity and also creates awareness around issues impacting on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities locally and throughout Africa in a fun gay pride fashion. A place where people can be themselves or even be straight and support their fellow friends in embracing each other, no matter, your sexual preference. With parades, shows, extravaganzas and a string of fringe parties including awesome events, the city buzzes with excitement and smiles with pride. For the 12th Consecutive year, the Cape Town Gay Pride comes with a bang to Town. On the 20thFriday 2015 until the 28th of February 2015 to celebrate and embrace cultural diversity and to create awareness for LGBTQI issues within South Africa and throughout the continent of Africa.

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Gay pride 2015 – Cape Town

There will be parties and events scattered all over Cape Town for this nine day period. Even though the events are vast and varied one important aspect remains is the encouragement of LGBTQI, and straight folks can participate too.

What is to be expected at the 2015 Gay Pride parade and events?

The Highlight of the event, as always proceeds as follows, with a big march in the CBD and then De Waterkant festival anticipated appearance and new faces popping up. The festival will also include the old time favourites Ms Cape Town Pride and Pink Party. The Event also has fun outdoor beach picnics and sports days at Camps Bay Beach.

Yet for all these nine days will focus on the rights, pride and freedom. If you are into the more serious forums of getting a message across there will be LGBTQI freedom talks discussions etc. As soon as the full 2015 Gay pride programme will be realised we will inform you.

If you are interested in the events mentioned above tickets for Pride events are priced separately and on sale at the individual venues. Entry to the events ranges between R30p/p and R450p/p depending on the event. For more information checkout This includes pageant, volunteer, stalls and floats applications.


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State Of the Nation Address – My Thoughts

You can either agree or disagree, but last night was a complete disgrace.

Fact is – We need a new #President ….. “Een met n bek” … en nie een wat speech writers het nie! ….. Our country needs order …. Our country needs a strong president to deal with all these strong personalities in government. Looking Past all these issues… ‪#‎Zuma‬ You have to go ,,,‪#‎MyOpinion_Hate_it_Or_Love_it‬

The points that Zuma mentioned, sounded similar to last years speech that he made. What changed this year.

He laughed about what had happened in parliament and did not mention anything about the happenings.





Our country needs Order.

Nelson Mandela – We Thank You !!!

25 years ago today, Nelson Mandela was released from Victor Verster Prison in the Western Cape and made his way to City Hall in Cape Town to deliver his iconic speech from the balcony of the building.

Today marks the 25-year anniversary of Mandela’s release from prison. He was imprisoned for 27 years.

Quote for the day :Difficulties break some men but make others. No axe is sharp enough to cut the soul of a sinner who keeps on trying, one armed with the hope that he will rise even in the end.

Nelson Mandela

The Eye Catcher Blog 2014 Review

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Good Question: How Much Halloween Candy Should Kids Eat?

WCCO | CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We know two bad things about candy for sure: it’s basically sugar, which causes tooth decay, and its empty calories can lead to obesity.

But really, how bad is it for kids to chow down on their bounty of Halloween candy?

Deb Sheats is the director of the dietetic program at St. Catherine’s University.

“It’s certainly not sitting down and eating all of that at once, but portioning it out,” Sheats said. “Parents can help kids with that. They get one piece of candy a day. You rule with an iron fist. Don’t tell them that isn’t normal. It’s not normal.”

According to the National Confectioners Association, 41 percent of parents say they limit the candy to “a couple of pieces a day” until it runs out.

Twenty-four percent keep complete control, and 13 percent allow a certain number of pieces and take the rest away.


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