Your guide to what’s going down in the Lowveld

• Each year, hundreds of Speedo-clad men run through the streets of the city for a good cause in the Hollard Daredevil Run. 2017’s event promises to be no less exciting. Men of all sizes gather in the city to participate in the fun run to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.

The participants complete a five-kilometre run, starting and finishing at the Southern Sun Emnotweni in Riverside. Many also paint their faces and bodies before the run as part of the fun, with spectators cheering them on. Enquiries: 013-741-5442.

• Take the whole family along for a fun trail run at the airfield at Bagdad Centre this Saturday. Walkers are welcome and there are also spot prizes to be won. See all details in the poster below. Remember, it is for a good cause as all proceeds will go to Pro Gratia. Enquiries: Ilze on 082-920-2031.

• Music legend, Duncan Faure, is all set to rock the Casterbridge Theatre on Saturday night (March 25). The musician who cannot live without two things – guitars and toothpaste – career highlights include being a part of Bay City Rollers, Rabbitt and being featured on Madonna’s ‘Who’s that girl’ soundtrack. This is not an event to be missed.

The show starts at 20:00. Tickets are available at, at R200pp.

Watch a little of Duncan Faure unplugged right here:

• Just like every other Saturday morning, the Halls Parkrun takes place at Halls Gateway. Bring the whole family or digs along for some fun in the sun. Starting at 07:00 to avoid the heat, the five-kilometre race is for people of all fitness levels. It is entirely organised by volunteers – email if you would like to help out.



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