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Durban News | September 22, 2017

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Festival Set to Celebrate Women in Jazz

25/07/2017 |

The upcoming Imbokodo Jazz Festival in Durban boasts a line-up of talent that will cater to both jazz purists and lovers of contemporary jazz. The jazz showcase takes place Saturday, August 12, 2017 at N Shed in the Port of … Read More

The Playhouse Company’s 21st annual South African Women’s Arts Festival — Phenomenal Woman

25/07/2017 |

For Women’s Month in August, The Playhouse Company will present its famed South African Women’s Arts Festival (SAWAF).

Marking the Company’s 21st Festival, the event is themed phenomenal woman to commemorate South African women in all aspects of life … Read More

Make your 67 Mandela minutes count with Tafta

07/07/2017 |

“A society that does not value its older people denies its roots and endangers its future. Let us strive to enhance their capacity to support themselves for as long as possible and, when they cannot do so anymore, to … Read More

UKZN Centre for Creative Arts and Industrial Development Corporation partner for 38th edition of DIFF

03/07/2017 |

The Centre for Creative Arts (UKZN) and the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) have partnered to deliver a broader and finer 38th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF). This partnership is set to unlock many opportunities for South African filmmakers and address … Read More

Get real

30/06/2017 |

Celebrate real, handmade stuff at this year’s East Coast Radio House & Garden Show

In an age of virtual this and that, and online everything, it’s real stuff – local, authentic, sustainable, artisanal stuff made by human hands – that … Read More

Angus Buchan to speak at 2017 Mighty Men Conference in Amanzimtoti

29/06/2017 |

Following the hugely impactful ‘It’s Time’ event earlier this year, Angus Buchan is set to address attendees at the Mighty Men Conference at Amanzimtoti’s Kuswag High School from 7 to 9 July, free of charge.

‘It’s Time’ attracted thousands … Read More