Thembalami and MODA men all spiffy after Mandela Day treat

Sorbet Man Hyde Park left a group of care centre residents with a spring in their step recently.

The dudes-only salon invited 10 men from Rand Aid’s Thembalami Care Centre and Max Ordman Deaf Association (MODA) to enjoy a complimentary grooming session on July 18, in celebration of Mandela Day.

The elderly gentlemen were treated like kings, with their pamper packages including a haircut, pedicure, manicure and light snacks.

Shaun White says goodbye to his curly hair.

Gert van Wyk is prepped for his haircut.

In the barber’s chair is Thomas Mans.

Shaun White looked a new man after opting for a short style.

Tony Surtees enjoys some TLC.

Foot bliss… Shaun White and Dolf Koekemoer.

Manicure time for Thomas Mans.

Pierre Badenhorst’s hair is expertly cut.

Looking spiffy are (back) Chris Campbell, Aiden Muthikrishna, Pierre Badenhorst, Dolf Koekemoer, Edward Abrams, Shaun White and Gert van Wyk. Front: Hansie Griessel, Thomas Mans and Tony Surtees.

Tony Surtees enjoys his manicure.

Dolf Koekemoer’s hair is neatly trimmed.

The MODA and Thembalami men who enjoyed a pamper session with the groomers from Sorbet Man Hyde Park.

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