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Singing groups of the NWU charm with performances in Namibia and Grahamstown

30 July 2015

 
Potchefstroom – The NWU Puk Choir, conducted by Kobus Venter, recently returned from a successful tour to Namibia.
The tour started on 21 June with a visit to the community of  Upington, where they sang to a full audience in the church of the URCSA. The tour took them to the Augrabies National Park and they received a traditional Namibian welcome from the local choir in Keetmanshoop.
During the visit to Windhoek the choir attended a workshop together with the local youth choir, the COTA Youth Choir, and again held a fully sold-out concert in the Reformed Church of Windhoek. The choir also gave a free performance in a local German old-age home.
Venter said that the high point of the tour was the visit to the two coastal towns of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. The choir gave joint concerts and a workshop with the local women’s choir, the C-Gals, as well as sold-out concerts in Swakopmund’s Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche and Walvis Bay’s city hall.
Venter said that the mayor of Walvis Bay, Ms Nambahu, a former student of the NWU herself, was in the audience of 500 people. After the performance she gave high praise to the NWU and referred to her good memories of English lectures by Prof Annette Combrink.