DUring her visit to Potchefstroom in November this year, Amira has performed a “thank you” guest performance at the conservatory of the North West University. The NWU is a partner of Gelukskinders; Students of the university periodically maintain Amira’s playgrounds and various employees support Gelukskinders by establishing and maintaining local contacts. These are the videos of Amira’s performance in Potchefstroom. (more…)
This video shows Sarafina Park, the location where Amira’s third playground will be built. Amira already tells about the plans she has for Amira Park Sarafina. (more…)
In a meeting between Gelukskinders and the municipality of Tlokwe, of which both Potchefstroom and Ikageng are part of, the agreements on donating playgrounds and the required maintenrance have been further formalized.
During the past 12 months, 106 children, varying in age from 2 up to 14 years old, worked very hard to support Amira’s playground project and her Gelukskinders foundation. This weekend, Amira received a cheque on behalf of her foundation. (more…)
In a short video message, Amira thanks her fans for donating and supporting her charity work.
The interview which Amira, mother Frieda en brother Fincent gave during the opening of Amira’s second playground in Ikageng, was aired by kykNET in the TV program Kwêla on August 10th.
On Monday August 1st Amira -together with Board members of her Gelukskinders foundation- opened her second playground in South Africa. The playground is situated at Lesego Public Primary School in Ikageng, the township where Amira also opened her first playground in 2014. (more…)
Amira’s second playgroud, which until last week was to arise next to Sizamele Primary School at the Muiskraal farm, will be opened shortly on a new location. Construction is going on and opening is scheduled for August 1st.
A week and a half before the scheduled opening of Amira’s second playground, at Sizamele Primary School, the Board of Stichting Gelukskinders had to cancel the project due to the school’s sudden closure. (more…)
Two years after opening Amira’s first playground in Ikageng, the second playground will be opened in the coming month. The new playground will be built at the Sizamele Primary School, a farm school near Rysmierbult in the South African North-West province. For the playground opening in July, Amira and part of the Board of Gelukskinders will travel to South Africa. (more…)