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.
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.
Every end-April, for a week, one of South Africa’s remotest corners comes alive with breathtaking art, music and thousands of colourfully costumed people. And then it all disappears again, down to the last sequin and glow stick.
AfrikaBurn is a festival of community and creativity that takes place in the middle of Tankwa Karoo National Park every year, and it kicks off on Monday 27 April. If you’ve already got your ticket in hand, and are breathless with anticipation, we’ve put together a few tips for you.
If you’re not specifically on the lookout you might drive past Haenertsburg in Limpopo without realising that you’ve just missed one of the most quaint villages – and host to some of the best small-town festivals – in South Africa.
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