10 years of KKK in South Auckland
Tue, 24 Jul 2012 8:23p.m.
By Sanele Chadwick
2012 marks the tenth year of operation for the Auckland entertainment group, Kila Kokonut Krew.
They have become one of the most successful Pacific Island entertainment groups in the country, and boast a long list of achievements, including the creation of the first original Pacific Island musical, The Factory.
A former factory worker himself and founder of the Kila Kokonut Krew, Vela Manusaute talked to Pacific Profile about how the group plans to celebrate their 10-years, including a reversion of one of their earlier and successful plays, The Taro King.
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26/07/2012 3:49:21 p.m.
Awesome work Sanele!
25/07/2012 8:41:29 a.m.
Great to see productive people like the Kila Kokonut Krew.
I always felt the day PI's are in fabric softner ads and dishwasher and dishliquid comercials etc, that would be a day of another milestone achievement.
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