Welcome to our website for South Africans in Charlotte, NC and everyone associated with South Africa in the surrounding metro area. Moving to Charlotte? Click here
South Africans in Charlotte is a volunteer social organization and follows not-for-profit principles and serves South Africans and their friends & families living in the Charlotte metro area in North Carolina.
Currently we represent over 600 families in the Charlotte Metrolina area.
We would love you to keep coming back to check on the new South African events planned under "Upcoming Events"
and also check out all the exciting things happening in and around Charlotte under "Charlotte Events" for your enjoyment. Our website is updated often.
Please consider signing up for our FREE informational email's about events and special offers relevant to our Charlotte SA community and our monthly newsletters here on our website. Click on "Contact" and send us your details so we can add you to our database.
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We look forward to meeting you.
For further information contact us here or call 704-777-4842
LADIES SAVE THE DATE! NEXT LADIES LUNCHEON IN HUNTERSVILLE!
Our next Ladies luncheon is kindly hosted by Beatrice Glazer Carter and Lynn Gillman-Bate in the Huntersville, Lake Norman area on Saturday April 7th, 2018 at 12 noon. If you would like to attend please EMAIL Beatrice Glazer Carter and she will send you the address. Please come and bring your favorite SA dish!
SAVE THE DATE! SA SPRING BRAAI Get-together !
Charlotte Rugby Club on Saturday April 28th, 2018. More details to follow!
New book by Rachel Odhner Longstaff on her experiences in South Africa!
"In the shadow of the Dragon's Back"
Enhanced by photographs taken by the author's brother, the book is not only a memoir, it is a coming-of-age story, and includes commentary and articles on the political history of the time.
"...a complex and engaging work that places the readers squarely inside both worlds with neither judgment nor regret."
Naomi Benaron, author of Running the Rift, winner of the Bellwether Prize for Fiction
"[Longstaff's] memories and musings show that the light of social justice burns brightest in the tall shadows of oppression."
Prof. Archie Dick, Ph.D, Head of Department of Information Science
CHARLOTTE RUGBY CLUB EVENTS COMING UP
For Games, see "Schedule" on www.charlotterugby.com
For more information email or call (704) 902-7737