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Umhlali golf fundraiser sees R150 000 raised for flood-struck Umdloti

Smart Village precinct manager, Vicky Schnetler, said about half-a-billion-rands worth of damage had been caused, while she had heard that R120-million had been approved for repairs by government's disaster management.

More than 120 golfers rallied at Umhlali Country Club last Friday in support of flood-struck Umdloti, raising about R150 000.

Konstant Visser, Spike Lee, Robert Gradwell and Paul Evans.

Organised by Umdloti restaurant, Sandbar, the golf day aimed to raise much-needed funds for Umdloti Smart Village.

Sashelan Naidoo carefully lines up a putt.

The Village is aiding with repairs around the coastal town which was devastated when floods struck in April and May, destroying roads and other key infrastructure.

Zayne Mansfield lets rip.

Smart Village precinct manager, Vicky Schnetler, said about half-a-billion-rands worth of damage had been caused, while she had heard that R120-million had been approved for repairs by government’s disaster management.

Digby Chapman in action.

“The cost of damage still to be repaired is countless, but the golf day fundraiser support would help with further repairs.”


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