On Friday, 1 November 2019 – The night before the Rugby World Cup final – The Bokamoso Education Trust will once again be celebrating the amazing Bokamoso children and acknowledging the friends and supporters who have helped the trust to be the success it is today.
This special evening will also feature the remarkable untold story of legendary 1937 Springboks in New-Zealand, The First World Champions presented by Michael Charton.
The First World Champions explores the origins of the unique rivalry between the All Blacks and Springboks: two countries united in their passion for rugby, but divided by their politics. A forgotten Springbok tour of New Zealand in 1937 provides the platform and characters through which Michael brings this story to life. His message celebrates the value system associated with rugby’s amateur era and it serves as a nostalgic reminder of what is important in life and legacy.
See the preview of what you can look forward to from the talk below:
Join us in the stunning setting of Dunkeld Bowls Club for this truly special evening of fine food, drinks and entertainment
Your contribution towards this evening will help us to continue impacting the lives of children and their families by providing them with the necessary financial support for an excellent education.
For more detail about the event see the banner below or contact Bokamoso CEO, Cathrine du Toit on email@example.com and book your ticket
We look forward to seeing you there!