Friday, November 13, 2009

Invitation to the launch of the Kwanda Klothing Brand Label and Fashion Show

Had an early start and a very good morning. Was inspired to write a feature article about gender stereotypes for the OneLove web site, based on some of the discussions I've hosted on Facebook.

The article, entitled 'Women Also Cheat On Their Partners" look at the stereotype that all men cheat and women don't cheat. And it also highlights the fact that many men who do not cheat on their partners remain silent when the issue comes up, and as a result their side of the story is never told.

I love the fact that the online discussions are making it easier for me to develop content for the sites. If I maintain this momentum, I'm never going to run out of things to say.

I also want to invite you to the label party and launch of the Kwanda Klothing brand, the urban streetwear collection developed as part of the Kwanda project. The event will take place on Wednesday 18 November, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Sandton, Johannesburg.

The fashion show begins at 20h00. Then we will officially kick off Kwanda Week, where we will have screening of the 12th episode of Kwanda, the TV series.

Participants can then begin voting for their favourite community. The winning community will be announced the following week.

So if you're based in Johannesburg and you're free that evening, join us. View the collection. Meet the designers and join in the Kwanda spirit as you vote for your favourite community.

Although the entrance is free, please RSVP to ZINGISA on: telephone: 082 883 3828 or email:

Going to spend a portion of the late afternoon gardening. Baby brought a friend home, so I'm going to give them pizza, DVDs, and then get some R and R.

1 comment:

Trish Donmall said...

That's a very valid point about women cheating and the men reamining silent. When the men cheat they will often boast about it and use the bragging rights, but when the shoe is on the other foot they are very silent about the whole thing, not wanting to be thought of as lesser men (I assume).

Hope you enjoyed your well deserved R&R.

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