Events

The internal events

HomeComing Africa

HomeComing Africa is the first event of an eventing revolution set to take the continent by storm. A celebration of African music, culture and lifestyle as well as the building of the cultural bridge between international artists and local support bases. 

HCA is really an opportunity for Homecoming Events to break down the walls of what we deem to be a success and encouraging others in similar positions as us to do the same. Its us not saying ‘ Africa is the future” as lip service but actually investing in proving that it is its about breaking the stereotypes about black people and entertaining the dream that will build a fresh bridge with the international community.

HomeComing Picnic

The HomeComing Picnic is an event that takes place four times a year at various venues in the eastern suburbs of Pretoria. It was started by a group of students from the eastern suburbs who needed a platform for all their friends at various institutions to be able to re-unite and socialise during varsity breaks but has now transformed into an all encompassing affair that caters for middle class black youth between the ages of 18 – 30. It takes place during every change of season at the beginning of Varsity break and enjoys great support from those currently in the learning and working spheres. At the inception of the picnic in 2008 about 75 patrons attended and the distinctive nature of the event has seen it grow to enjoy the support of approximately 2000+ people in 2011 at an average of 5500 people per picnic.

All White Party

Homecoming Events host an annual All White party in celebration of Katlego Malatji’s. This invite only exclusive event will be hosted at a lavish venue where all guest get to come together and celebrate. The event starts in the afternoon with a formal evening dinner which later proceeds into an upbeat soirée as the night falls. The annual All White party

Suit & Tie

This is an elegant night of suave, sexy, sultry, and sophisticated fun. Suit and Tie is the most glamorous night on our calendar. The event is held is a celebration of Neo Moela’s birthday. It is a night attended by the who’s who of Pretoria.

Tshwanefontein

This is a cross culture event presented by HCE and Park Acoustics that seeks to build the social bridge between black and white youth who have common artistic and musical taste. The event takes place on the last Sunday of each month at African Beer Emporium in the 012 Central courtyard. It is currently on its 4th month and boasts a constantly growing clientele which currently sits at 500 but is expected to continue the upward trend. The event continuously finds was to appeal to the respective market and bring in innovative ways to stay relevant

MUFASA

Mnandi United Football Association of South Africa also known as Groove Champions League. This is a soccer tournament where event organizers put money up and play against each other to create cohesion in the eventing community while raising some money to be donated to a charity of the winner’s choice. The event is not exclusive to event organizers but open to the public as well, with the emphasis and majority participants being event organisers and celebrities. The tournament happens twice a year and is in its 4th year. Teams such as Until Until, Family Tree, MajorLeague, Soweto’s Finest, TrapLords etc participate, drawing a large crowd attendance.