Power to the youth

June 16 saw KCC hold it’s annual fun walk and youth day celebration. A long and powerful walk and numerous emotional performances highlighted the day. 

People had come to gather at the soccer ground for another year to celebrate youth day in Block NN of Soshanguve. In the morning KCC’s Kids had started their long walk through Block NN to collected others and invited them to take part in this special event. This year they had changed their route and extended the walk. Around noon they all assembled at the sports ground and the show went on with speeches, dances and the so famous pieces of the well-known Sarafina musical.

Enjoy the photos to get an impression of the day.

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June 16 saw KCC hold it’s annual fun walk and youth day celebration. A long and powerful walk and numerous emotional performances highlighted the day. 

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