The Sisterhood

Charity and sisterhood


BOXERS AND GARTERS PARTY: CAPE TOWN Nov 2012                                                      Photo’s : Kristi Agier Photography

Down a dimly lit alley, in a dark underground boxing club, guests arrived to a welcome Tequila Spanker and were ushered in to find a sexy playground of fun.  Lingerie entwined with pink ribbons and fairy lights adorned the ceiling… hanging boxing bags were perfect to peep out from behind…. and with a mandatory dress code of Boxers and Garters it is fair to say that the guests themselves decorated the venue magnificently.

After the boys boxed and certainly caught the attention of the crowds, it was time for the girls to show them how it was done. Sister Barlodien and Kate fought with everything they had and danced like butterflies while they stung like bees.

The next entertainment I think is safe to say was not missed by a single pair of eyes at the party… our very own Sisters Danni, Clare, Gabby and Jules in nothing but itsy-bitsy-teeny-weeny outfits oil wrestled each other to the delight of many a man and probably lady too.

Ring Sister Bianca   

Misbehaving guests and enthusiastic experimenters made sure the girls in charge of the naughty corner rack had many an eye to blindfold, hand to bind and bottom to spank. Tequila spanker shots were a plently, ropes were climbed to the ceiling and the ring became a wild dance floor in the mayhem.

And besides all the fun that was had, we also raised awareness for our upcoming Moonlight Marathon walk and enough money to provide a two mastectomies to ladies diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer and on a long waiting list for their life saving surgery.




Thanks to the wide array of rum soaked pirates, saucy sailors, harbour whores,  wild castaway’s, never spotted tiger fish and the occasional ordinary seaman who arrived for an evening of mischief and mayhem, which went on to the wee hours of the morning… Sisterhood SA’s first party was a much talked about affair!

We were overwhelmed at the attendance and support from our friends and the general public and also by a few individuals worth mentioning: Louise Van Niekerk our own sister and owner of Earl Jones who provided the venue. Our SAB sister Cate who gave up her quota of beer ( a massive self sacrifice according to her husband). Sister Emma and Flower Walker who provided the stylish bar and day beds. The Harbour house donated the delicious fish and chips and all the other sisters chipped in to make it a cracker evening! We raised R10K for our charity Malamulele Onwards whilst having a LOT of fun!!!




Next event is the Sisterhood Ball on October 29th in the Jumeirah Carlton Tower, Knightsbridge

“Ohhh I love the nightlife, I got to boogie…in the disco round oh yea!”. Yes its true – The Sisterhood are prepared to go beyond the call of duty when raising funds for their charities and can often be found propping up the bar, err we mean encouraging their friends to prop up the bar all in the name of a good cause. Monthly events are held at some of London’s best clubs…keep us close and we’ll get you on the guest list!

Monthly fundraising parties are held in London!

Santaresses and a Christmas Tree!
Santaresses and a Christmas Tree!

With tinsel aplenty and free cocktails and canapes The Sisterhood and friends all certainly got into the festive spirit on Tuesday night. Thanks go to Ghost for hosting the party for us…

Contact Emma Sayle for details of ticket availability