Celebs come out for a good cause in Kenilworth

Comedian Mel Jones entertains the audience.

The Feel Good Fundraiser at the Wynberg Lawn Tennis Club in Kenilworth on Sunday was held in aid of Pinelands non-profits, MENstruation and O Grace Land who install sanitary-pad vending machines at schools in needy communities. Comedians Mel Jones, Alan Committee, Dalin Oliver, Yaaseen Barnes and Siv Ngesi; singer KhiweG; and actors Ashley de Lange and Amrain Essop kept everyone entertained, while Stormers rugby player Scarra Ntubeni participated in celebrity tennis matches. Councillor Katherine Christie was also there to show her support. Contact the MENstruation Foundation co-director Marius Basson at 083 651 8430 or email marius@emsap.co.za

Author Yusuf Daniels talks about his book, Living the Hustle, while Shireen Lottering pulls a raffle number out of the bowl in a draw for the book.
Comedian Dalin Oliver interacts with the audience.
Actresses Jill Levenberg, left, and Bianca Flanders supported the event.
Comedian Alan Committee shares a joke.
From left, Molo Songololo director Patric Solomons, Thabie Moji, and Donavan Dowman supporting the event.
Standing by the sanitary pad vending machine, from left, are actress Amrain Essop, singer KhiweG, O Grace Land executive director Philani Zama, comedian and co-director of the MENstruation Foundation Siv Ngesi, co-director of the MENstruation Foundation Marius Basson, Stormers rugby player Scarra Ntubeni and actress Ashley de Lange.