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John Legend feels ‘at home’ in South Africa

  • 10 August 2012 by Sarah Came

Tonight, 4 000 lucky South Africans will get the opportunity to see R&B/Hip Hop superstar John Legend perform in a carbon neutral concert at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. Soulful jazz house group MiCasa and R&B singer/songwriter Unathi Msengana will be opening for the multi-award winning singer.

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A winter wonderland

Snowfall has gripped many parts of South Africa today. Below are some images of the snow that brought excitement to children and adults alike.

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The Schreiner: Karoo Writers’ Festival

Cradock in the Eastern Cape Karoo is a little river town that serves the local farming community (and passing tourist trade) – except for August, when it becomes a tad bookish…

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Taste Festival comes to Durbs

Durban joins the ranks of the world’s great food cities as it prepares to host the inaugural Taste of Durban festival from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 July 2012.

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Standing alongside a nation

I wore every colour of the flag and was hoarse before I even reached the stadium…

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Indaba: a festival of tourism

I’ve been attending the South African Tourism Indaba – a festival conference highlighting our leisure assets – for more than a decade in search of my annual shot of Mzansi optimism.

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Afrika Burn 2012 - dancing in the desert

Lesson #1 when attending Africa’s brightest, most creative desert festival: arrive early, find your buddies and set up camp before sunset.

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Let’s have no MOOP

Ever been to a music or other kind of festival the day after it’s happened? Chances are it will look like a war zone. Not at AfrikaBurn, however.

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Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour 2012

The 2012 Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour takes place on Sunday, March 11. Some 30 000 cyclists will start the 110km race from Cape Town’s Adderley Street in the early hours of the morning and after pedaling the peninsula, finish near Cape Town Stadium in Green Point.

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Down @ the Cadillac Shack

The little village of Storms River is tucked away in the Tsitsikamma Forest at the top end of the Garden Route in the Eastern Cape.

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