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Mother’s Day- lets celebrate and honour these precious gems

SOUTHGATE is set to honour mothers in a special way this Mother’s Day with its exclusive Brush & Brunch art experience taking place on 11 and 12 May.

Families are invited to come together for a day of creativity and bonding in acknowledgement of mother-figures in our communities, creating bankable memories in the process.

Southgate’s Marketing Manager, Mbali Mahlori, says, “With this bespoke experience, Southgate Mall aims to be the ultimate destination to celebrate Mother’s Day, where every mom is cherished with love and gratitude.”

To participate in this memorable event, visitors can simply spend R350 or more in-centre before 11am on 12 May, bring their till slip to Southgate’s Info Desk, and book their spot for the delicious brunch and entertainment experience.

The theme of the celebration is ‘Every Mom Counts,‘ reflecting Southgate Mall’s deep appreciation for motherhood in all its forms.

The event will take place at the Wimpy court and feature food sponsorships from Spur and RocoMamas, along with live entertainment from singer Nothende and the Soweto Family Band.

This event is not only about celebrating biological mothers but also recognising and honouring adoptive mothers, foster mothers, stepmothers, and all maternal figures who contribute significantly to nurturing and caring for others.

The desire is to emphasise the universal power of love and connection that transcends biological ties, showcasing the diverse and inclusive nature of motherhood.

Join Southgate Mall in recognising and celebrating the invaluable contributions of all mothers this Mother’s Day.

Southgate’s exclusive Mother’s Day Brush & Brunch art experience.

Dates: Saturday 11 and Sunday 12,  May

Times: 11am – 2pm.

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