The excitement of Durban July Day surpasses that of any other event on the African continent. 56,000 people are expected at Greyville to witness South Africa’s best thoroughbred’s storm down the home straight to the finish.
With this said, entrepreneur couple Natalia and Dokkies Schmidt who are frequent Durban July goers decided to give Namibians an opportunity to experience Africa’s, Racing Jewel. They have partnered up with Eyandini and other well-placed establishments to give well-placed packages for Namibians to buy and attend not only Durban July but other activities throughout the weekend in Durban.
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“It is the biggest event in the entertainment calendar and we want Namibians to experience it. There are two packages. One is N$ 15 000 including accommodation, return flight to Durban with Air Namibia, pre-party, all general access on 6 to 7 July whilst the second package is N$ 25 000 which includes access to so much more like the after party. It will be a last,” said Kalistu Mukoroli.
The organizers say the interest from Namibians is great and they are looking at taking at least 20 to 50 people this time around. All payments need to be done by mid-June for the last touches and finalization. The organizers and faces of Namibia Invades Durban July including singer and personality Yessonia also took a trip to Durban to ensure all is in order and indeed it is.
The organizers also had a launch earlier this that was graced by local stars including Dillish Mathews where the team was officially announced. The brand ambassadors are model and entrepreneur Assumpta and singer Yessonia. Personality Robyn Nakaambo is the official spokesperson of the event.
“This is the first time we have this kind of opportunity for Namibians to attend a whole weekend of back to back events. Another thing with Namibia Invades Durban July is the fact that people pay a once off event which overs for everything. The interest is pretty high and we are happy with the responses we are getting from the public,” he said.
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