Good vibes at food and wine festival

From left, are Natalie Travers and Elizabeth Tellemann from Vredehoek with Munashe Serima from Zonnebloem.

The two-day Pick n Pay Food and Wine Festival took place at Kenilworth Race Course. Guests enjoyed wine tastings, food and live entertainment.

Shirees Benjamin from Bothasig.
Jason Carelse from Kuils River and Jade Featherstone from Ottery.
From left, are Ashley Richter, Eunice Champken and Patricia Muvhimwa from Muizenberg.
Leigh Hondy performing.
From left, are Sahcin Louw from Woodstock, Rachel Cuits from Milnerton and Zwanga Mukwevho from Zonnebloem.
From left, are Kaitlin Eaton from Pelican Heights, Curt Hall from Strandfontein an Nicole Peterson from Kenwyn.
Marletitia de Beer and Cai Hamman from Strand.
Amy and Gary Majiet from Plumstead.
Nozi Simani from Mandalay and Asanda Ntinisa from Parklands.
Ndi Magondo from Newlands and Matt Gabin from Milnterton.
Mkhokheli Brandt and Xolani Magadla from Milnerton.
From left, are Sibongile Mvalo from Gugulethu with Amanda Msizi and Zikhona Siyo from Khayelithsa.
Marsha and Stanley Hermanus from Grassy Park.
Ayavuya Sogojo from Khayelitsha.
From left, are Lauren Brooks, Nadine Brooks and Zenobia Fradie from Belhar, with Nicole February, Marion February from Bellville and Vanessa Sampson from Mossel Bay.
Guests enjoying the live entertainment.
From left, are Ronwynne Marks from Bellville, Francesca Visage from Durbanville, Malieka Petersen from Heideveld and Nadean de Villiers from Lotus River.
Zipho Majova from Ottery, Mbali Mtobi from Burgandy Estate, Sli Ngema from Diep River and Somila Dondashe from Ottery.