The Vodacom Durban July took place this past Saturday, 5 July 2014. There was fantastic hospitality, interesting fashion interpretations of the ‘Big Screen’ theme, lots of fun and, of course, horse racing.
Take the road less travelled with Coffeebeans Routes and get a taste of the Cape that you will never forget. Choose whatever takes your fancy: a jazz safari visiting legendary jazz musicians in their homes, or one of the other routes showcasing revolution, storytelling, food, art, music and design.
Franschhoek lies in a beautiful valley, surrounded by mountains and vineyards. It’s known as the food and wine capital of South Africa, but there’s so much more to do in and around this lovely little town.
Photographer and art director Thina Zibi brings the cool into any South African story. Whether it’s in downtown Johannesburg or Langa township in Cape Town, you can’t help but want to be part of the photograph.
South Africa has long been known as a top safari destination, offering unrivalled wildlife encounters. But there’s a lot more to the country, and these days visitors are increasingly interested in exploring our artistic, cultural and musical heritage.
Mary Sibande’s exhibition, The Purple Shall Govern, is on at the Standard Bank Gallery until 7 June. In this interview, Sibande gives insight into her alter ego, ‘Sophie’, through which she explores issues of identity, rebirth and belonging.
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