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Madame Zingara’s The Celebration: a rabbit hole

  • 17 July 2015 by Quathar Jacobs

“Which way you ought to go depends on where you want to get to ...” wrote Lewis Carroll in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. And much like the 150-year old novel, Madame Zingara’s The Celebration is a rabbit hole, and “we’re all mad here”.

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Making every day Mandela Day

  • 15 July 2015 by Nicky Mahlatsi

Nelson Mandela International Day (or Mandela Day) is an annual day that celebrates and honours Nelson Mandela’s life and legacy.

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A look at what's been going on at the National Arts Festival 2015

Grahamstown’s annual National Arts Festival has kicked off. Here’s a virtual look at what’s on the go in this not-so-sleepy Eastern Cape town.

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Durban July 2015

Durban July time means plenty of betting and tons of interesting fashion.

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10 days of fun at the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival

  • 30 June 2015 by Zimkhitha Sulelo

Over the years the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival has become one of the most popular events in the Western Cape.

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Things to do in winter along the KwaZulu-Natal coast

  • 08 June 2015 by Christine Marot

Winter along the KwaZulu-Natal coast is a great time of year for activities that draw crowds outdoors into the midyear sunshine (of course, there’s also stuff to do indoors if that suits you).

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Share in the wonder of the Shared Skies exhibition

The Shared Skies exhibition, currently on display at the National Gallery in Cape Town, celebrates the ancient wisdom of the San and Wajarri people through a series of artworks done by artists who descended from those cultures.

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Comrades Marathon 2015 in pictures

  • 01 June 2015 by Christine Marot

One of the world’s toughest road races, the Comrades Marathon a test of mental and physical stamina.

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Comrades Marathon 2015 results: 2 South African winners

More than 20 000 runners attempted the 87.7km Comrades Marathon from Durban to Pietermaritzburg today.

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Countdown to Comrades 2015: training and diet

  • 19 May 2015 by Christine Marot

Today’s highly scientific training methods and accompanying diets are far removed from those of Comrades pioneers, some of whom ran on empty stomachs and in rugby boots, and who thought nothing of stopping for a meal along the way.

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