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Book now for our "Drive in" movie night

Join Tafta at the Durban Country Club for an Old-School Drive-in Movie Night experience on a traditional 12 x 9 m big screen!

Watch one of the all time favourite 'feel good' movies – Mamma Mia – starring Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Amanda Seyfried and Colin Firth and featuring the music of ABBA, 'drive-in' style on the lush lawns of the safe and secure Country Club Driving Range.

Plus - WIN a VIP Sunday buffet lunch experience at the Durban Country Club with SA cricketer Keshav Maharaj – for you and three of your friends!

All ticket holders will be automatically entered into the draw to win this awesome prize, and the winner will be announced on the evening. Please note Terms & conditions below.

Tafta's old school drive in movie night is happening on 29 March from 6-10pm. For just R200 per car – or R80 per person picnic seating – the whole family can enjoy an evening under the stars. Food will be on sale – or you can bring your own picnic basket and relax on the lawns while the kid's have fun in the play area.

Date: Friday, 29 March 2019
Venue: Durban Country Club Driving Range
Time: 18h00 - 22h00
Cost: R200 per vehicle | R80 per single picnic seat (bring your own chair)


Remember, all proceeds go to Tafta – so you can help raise funds toward the care of our elders while enjoying a unique evening out! Please share with your friends and encourage them all to join you there!

Terms & Conditions for lucky draw:

  1. All Tafta Old School Drive-in Movie Night tickets holders will automatically be entered into the draw.
  2. The Promoters and Employees of Tafta and their family members are NOT eligible to enter the competition.
  3. The competition closes on 27 March at midnight.
  4. The draw will take place by an independent panel of judges in a re-recorded AV segment observed by an auditor soon after the competition closure date.
  5. This competition is a lucky draw and the judge’s decision is final.
  6. The first prize winner, together with 3 others of his/her choice will receive an invitation to dine with popular cricketer and celebrity, Mr Keshav Maharaj, at the Durban Country Club for a Sunday Buffet Lunch (date and time to be confirmed).
  7. The second and third prize runners up, will each receive 2x “Coffee and cake for two” vouchers at Chateau Gateaux.
  8. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash.

Accommodation for the elderly

Just listed - Tafta units for sale!
Hurry, don't miss this opportunity to secure your future

2-bed unit at Ocean View (Musgrave area) priced at R725 000
2-bed unit at Barnes Cottages (Morningside) priced at R875 000

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About us

The Association for the Aged is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 002093) dedicated to the alleviation of distress and the promotion of the welfare of aged persons living in the Durban area.

Any person who is over 60 and in need of help – or any person who knows of an elderly person in need of help – should contact us. TAFTA cares.

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The Association for the Aged

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