07 – 25 May 2012


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Annabel Morgan, Sipho Mdletshe, Sibusiso “Mr Fish” Dlamini, Sibongile Tsoanyane

Siyazisiza | nORTHERN KZN | 2017


Noah Arks Amajuba Cluster, Newcastle

Noah Arks Northern Zululand Cluster, Richards Bay



CWBSA toured this performance in Northern KZN (Richards Bay and Newcastle). The preparations for the show were led by Laen Hershler, who helped as a director. He worked with artists for 2 weeks, helping to find new characters using his unique skills (masks), and he also helped in creating new routines, that helped to create a new show. Overall, children and their teachers enjoyed the shows and they were screaming “We want more”, that gave us energy to work more and rock them.



“This has been one of the great shows I have ever seen. To our learners living in deep rural, it was for the first time for them to see such a show live. Even those I have never seen them smiling, they were. This is a stress relaxing show. Characters in the show can perform their roles effectively. Thanks to Lotto and the other sponsors. To thank the crew: We were so impressed and educated. We have learnt a new way of presenting the content, Thank you.”  – D.S KHUMALO (H.O.D) from Mntokhona Primary

“ Clowns without Borders – your input was wonderful as it reached all the children from our crèche (Vukani), to our learners Grade R’s to Grade 7. We felt so relieved from our day to day responsibilities; we identified with your miming activities/actions as adults and deduced our own meaning relating to care and support. We understand plight as you try to reach our communities with so many broken links. Keep on pushing more, children are crying out there. Our school is a centre of care and support, our teachers and our principal Mr M.M Ngobese has such a vision……..Pass our gratitude to your sponsors, Lotto and Europcar, May God richly Bless you together with NOAH and all the sponsors and staff. Thank You.” – M.N NXUMALO (Deputy Principal) from Obanjeni Combined Primary School

 “We as educators of Esikhawini Combined School would like to thank CWBSA for coming to our school and entertaining us. The show was very interesting and it made us laugh until our tummies were bugging. The learners were about 630 who attended the show, Please come again and visit us.” – S.L ZONDI (Educator) from Esikhawini Combined School

 “It was a wonderful presentation; it contributed a lot in their Art and Culture projects including Drama in both English and Zulu. Learners were well entertained through-out the show. Characters we well dressed for the occasion and the presentation was relevant to the culture and values of our society. Activities were socially based.” – N.N KHUMALO (H.O.D) From Hlakaniphani High School

 “What I saw when we were called as learners of this school, is that you entertained us and I realized that you got talent in what you were doing. I learnt some of the things that I might be able to do in the future. I enjoyed everything you were doing, and you showed energy and love of what you doing. I would like to urge you, to continue doing the good work, don’t stop please. Thank You.” –  NJABULO GUMEDE, learner from Obanjeni Combined Primary

 “The show was nice; everything about the show was funny. Thank you for coming, you made us laugh and we really enjoyed the show. Will you please come again next time?” – THEMBEKA MCHUNU, learner from Injabuloyesizwe Primary

 “The show made me happy, I haven’t been happy in a long time since I lost my brother, the show taught me that; if there is something you must talk about it. The part that I enjoyed is when there were 3 things like bats and they did not fall (juggling). And it was nice when they were dancing. I was very happy I enjoyed the show.” –  SANELE MKHIZE, learner from Thiyasizwe Primary School  

 “The show was so fantastic, funny and incredible to watch and to be truly honest they have made our day and we feel relaxed although we had homeworks to think about. Our day was made felt like ancient time after we laugh, we wish they continue to bring laughter in children’s life, we were honoured.” – STHEMBILE NTULI, learner from Ingabade High School