Posted on February 11, 2013
With this route, the procession and spectators were entirely moved away from the main roads in the Hatfield area. The procession started and ended on the corner of End Street and Hartbeesspruit Street in Hatfield at the north-western entrance to the UP Sports Grounds closest to the RAG Farm. Jan Shoba Street was closed at two points for brief periods for the passing of the parade.
The Tuks RAG Procession’s main sponsor was once again the City of Tshwane (COT) with which Tuks RAG proudly affiliates. The COT again generously opened its heart to assist Tuks RAG in reaching out and giving to reputable charity organisations, as well as assisting needy students to be empowered to study. This year, UP also introduced a SMS donation service to replace the conventional tins and coins. Supporters and members of the public could make a R5 donation by sending the name of their favourite residence or float to a specified number.The winning float belonged to Klaradyn and Mopanie, called Mopladyn.
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