In the late 80's Westbury was infested with gangsters that had no mercy towards other gang members. The community had a form of entertainment to help them forget the daily violent activities and it was called "Toasties"
Bridget Munnik a community leader and well known social worker. and Charles Louw a activist and a comrade. Both was the King and Queen of dancing. They joined Uncle Couzen in studio and explains to us how hard it was to move from club to club to showcase their dancing talents. During this time even gangsters even joined in the dancing competitions and was very friendly at night.
One to listen to