Cuts and colour for Cancer

 

Patrons at the Mall of Africa in Midrand arrived in their numbers on 24 February to support those affected by cancer at the Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa) Shavathon.

Reggie Subramoney gets his hair sprayed by Gabriella Naude and Daniella Hunziker.

The Cansa Shavathon is one of South Africa’s best-loved fundraising events.

The young and old excitedly jumped at the opportunity to have their hair cut or temporarily sprayed with various colours for R50. All the funds raised at the event were donated to Cansa.

Jeevika Subramoney gets her hair sprayed by Tagen Timms.

Volunteers also came in their numbers to help spray or cut participants’ hair on the day.

Jemma Herreveld sprays Mathias Shunmugan’s beard and hair.

Samantha Schmidt from Kyalami, who had her hair sprayed, said she was supporting the initiative because her friend suffers from cancer.

Khosi Manqele, Bibi Sekatane, Jessie Palmer and Mbali Palmer spray Suzie Makuka’s hair.

Local actress, Mbali Palmer, volunteered on the day with her daughter Jessie.

Did you support the Cansa Shavathon this year? Did you cut or colour your hair? Tweet us your pictures on @MidrandReporter

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