The Christmas Enfofaya is an annual event looking to develop and sustain the Kwaito culture in townships.
The funds raised on the day is for the Meadowlands High School for renovations to keep the school in a good condition. Performing artists are Spikiri, Professor, Mshoza, Trompies, Mdu, Vetkoek, Mahoota, Brickz, Pro, Durban Nyts, Aby Crazy, Jakarumba and Thebe.
Meadowlands was one of the first schools established in Meadowlands after forceful removals from Sophiatown. On 20 January 1976, the Meadowlands School Board was instructed by the circut inspector that subjects such as history, geography and mathematics would be taught through the Afrikaans medium. The board unanimously resolved that the medium of instruction in schools under jurisdiction of the Meadowlands School Board from grade five to ten should be in English.
Early in February of the same year, two members of the board, Mr. Letlape and Mr. Peele, were dismissed by the Apartheid education authorities. On 16 June, news reached the school of the shootings that were taking place in Soweto. Students destroyed some landmarks and the next day organised a march to the Orlando Stadium.
Venue: Meadowlands High Sports Ground, Van Onselen St, Soweto
Cost: R120 – R250