Sponsors and partners

Kiddiwinks is our exhibition co-host.
Builder’s Emporium (a Bricklink store) hosts our memberhsip meetings.
Bricks4Africa sponsored a prize for our first meeting.
Kangaroo Digital sponsored the purchase of images used on the website.

Other LUGs in SA

South Africa’s first Recognised LEGO User Group. An AFOL community based in Gauteng.
JhbLUG is a LEGO User Group based out of Gauteng Johannesburg in South Africa.
SAFOLs is a South African RLOC (Recognised LEGO® Online Community) where people can share their love for, and knowledge of LEGO®.


Brickfan started in 2012 as a vehicle to post pictures of LEGO. Somehow that concept evolved and the site gradually became a LEGO news site in conjunction with a review site.
Bricklink is an online marketplace where you can buy bulk bricks and elements.
A place for LEGO art, artists and all things LEGO. Bricknerd believes LEGO bricks are an art medium as well as a beloved toy, and celebrate the art and artist that create it.
Brickset was launched in 1997 to keep track of LEGO sets that were appearing at that time. It has expanded considerably and is now the primary reference on LEGO sets on the internet.
The Brothers Brick is a LEGO blog for adult fans of LEGO. They highlight the best LEGO creations of every type from builders around the world.
Eurobricks is a LEGO blog featuring reviews and amazing MOCs. It also has a thriving online discussion forum.
HispaBrick Magazine is a free and open magazine in Spanish and English on the building with LEGO® pieces.
LDD is a free computer program for designing LEGO models. The program allows users to build models using virtual LEGO bricks, in a computer-aided design like manner.
MOCpages is a place to see and share LEGO creations, or MOCs.
New Elementary aims to save you the trouble of checking long lists of new elements and doing the cross-referencing of availability.
Rebrickable will show you which LEGO sets you can build from the sets and parts you already own. You can choose from official LEGO sets or custom made MOCs by many different designers.

YouTube channels

JANGBRiCKS offers kid- and adult-friendly, independent & honest, detailed LEGO set reviews plus original custom builds.
JR Brickworks designs and builds custom mechanical and robotic models.
Sariel’s LEGO Workshop offers set reviews, speed builds, and MOCs.