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25 to 26 January 2021

Meet over 180 Top SA Wedding Specialists, a spectacular free Fashion Show, food, live entertainment and prizes up for grabs.

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1 March 2021 to 31 December 2021

Join Indaba Hotel for a lazy family-style brunch at Epsom Restaurant. 

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18 June 2021 to 13 February 2022

The South African State Theatre and Ster-Kinekor Theatres celebrate local talent in 7 theatre productions.

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9 August 2021 to 27 December 2021

Take a guided tour inside a Boeing 747 passenger cabin and look at displays at the Aviation Museum in Germiston.

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27 August 2021 to 26 November 2021

Live sketches, stand-up comedy and a round-table session.

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16 to 18 September 2021

Don’t miss out on Roodepoort Theatre’s production, Aladdin Jr, based on the 1992 Academy Award-winning Disney film.

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18 September 2021

An afternoon for getting creative with acrylics and eating pizza.

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24 September 2021

What better way to celebrate Heritage day than with a hike and a braai.

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24 September 2021

Get creative in celebration of Heritage Day at the Lillian Gray Art School with a fun painting experience.

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24 to 26 September 2021

A glamping experience for networking with other women.

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1 October 2021

Those who are passionate about great music, creative art, aesthetics, fashion and more are invited to attend Be Brave.

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7 to 10 October 2021

The youth of Jozi do a performance of various dance styles.

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3 to 14 November 2021

The Trolley Dollies, your favourite flight attendants, are landing in Egoli for their next big show at the Joburg Theatre.

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4 to 7 November 2021

Hobby-X is South Africa’s undisputed leading exhibition of materials, equipment and supplies used for a wide variety of hobbies and crafts.

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6 to 7 November 2021

Enjoy all things pet-related at the 25th annual PetExpo which runs from 6 – 7 Nov at the Ticketpro Dome.

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7 November 2021

Women of every age, fitness level and size are invited to participate in the Pretoria leg of the Muddy Princess obstacle mud run.

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20 to 22 May 2022

The exhibition focuses on interior design, furniture and the decorative arts and product design.

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The amateur thespians are played by a cast of professional actors, although you could count the uncooperative, malfunctioning stage as a ninth cast member.

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A simple tale about bullying and friendship which is told with a deft directness, a sparkly sense of self and a true spirit of collaboration, enabling everyone on the creative team to give of their very best.

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The massive tally has surpassed all previous nomination records and sees the Market Theatre affirming its place as South Africa’s most vibrant theatre, committed to telling unique South African stories.

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Whether you’re sold on hypnotism or a complete sceptic, it doesn’t actually matter. You’ll either love the show believing everything you see, or you’ll be completely fascinated as you doubt or try to work out what’s going on.

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It’s rich with life and fraught with texture. It’s not only about gritty New York values, and a self-conscious use of 1950s slang and dance sequences. It’s something that is lifted to the level of the timeless universal.

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This tender and quivering yet seemingly bruised body of close to 40 works, is collectively about quirky humour, dark laughter and the slithery teasing apart of mythical practices, fairytales and idioms.

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The writing is palpably beautiful and you want to hold and savour each turn of phrase, but it is the potency of Sello Maake kaNcube’s performance that makes it sing as a theatre piece, with all the requisite dignity and vulnerability that holds it together.

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With the focus on the fragile and ever-changing relationships between the protagonists, Van Graan illuminates those moments where change is possible – when the chance to act humanely flickers momentarily.

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A dynamic partnership between the 40-year old Market Theatre and the fearless, nonconformist online news platform, Daily Maverick, will launch a series of events centred around the world premiere of Mike van Graan’s play When Swallows Cry.

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The director and writer look at the clash of cultures, but also how these different cultures can live together in harmony – a kind of blueprint for which was to follow many decades later.

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“Unfortunately, some of Splash’s key performers were absent due to visa issues, so the show as seen was not the complete magical watery wonderland that had been promised.”

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“Bursting with both big names and fresh talent, Calling Me Home has so much promise and there is so much to be proud of.”

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“At one end of the dining room, a small staging area has been set aside for more displays of ghostly mystery performances in between each course.”

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“Beautiful dancers stream onto the stage, legs flailing about in synchronicity, and we are hurled – mouths agape – into an Irish fairyland.”

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“A cursory understanding of Judaism and the general political backdrop of the 1950s is helpful to truly appreciate this piece of theatre and catch the inside jokes.”

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“Be warned: you will be lost in your own laughter way before the plot grabs you by its own tale. It’s a convoluted one, but it doesn’t matter. The work is so crisply constructed…”

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It’s at once charming and chilling, with physical theatre so subtly incorporated that, by the end, you feel like the human condition is light on its feet.

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“By the end of this piece, it feels as though you’ve been privy to something that is both too ghastly and too private for it to be staged in a theatre.”

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“An outstanding voice of the night was long blond haired Capetonian Richard Skirton who blew everybody away with his vocal prowess on Paul Simon’s ‘Sound of Silence’ and the iconic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.”

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“The international and local creative teams behind this project have produced something uniquely beautiful and majestic in its visual glossolalia and kaleidoscope of sexual jokes and nuance.”

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“Sandton Convention Centre flung open its doors for a fabulous new design event this year. From cardboard chairs to Corian coffee tables, Joburg’s inaugural Design Joburg leaves you salivating.”

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“Director Fred Abrahamse sticks to some conventions – males play female characters, and the original style and tone is retained – while managing to wrap it in a blanket of originality.”

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The real drama for the audience is in the dancing and is particularly evident in the final pas de deux between Principal dancers Jonathan Rodrigues as the Prince and Burnise Silvius as Cinderella.

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Paul’s Homemade Ice Cream has opened its second retail store at the Gautrain Station on Rivonia Road in Sandton. The new store, which quietly opened early September, boasts a dedicated ice-cream bar where customers can build their own combos, and will also be offering a flavour of the month.

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Sun City is in the final stages of a revamp which has costed more than R1-billion. Since its opening in 1979, the resort has held its position as one of South Africa’s favourite lifestyle destinations. The upgrade is set to solidify its status as such.

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81 year old South African Ndebele artist Esther Mahlangu has, for the second time in 25 years, teamed up with BMW to create magical artwork for the brand’s 7 Series. Having already worked with the brand in 1991, Esther was the first woman to ever collaborate with BMW on an Art Car.

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In celebration of Spring Day, PJ Pops launched exclusively in select Pick n Pay Liquor and Grocery outlets as well as at selected upmarket bars, hotels, restaurants and late-night venues in Gauteng and the Western Cape.

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South African chef Shane Smit is set to take on the role of group head chef at Jamie’s Italian, which is opening in Melrose Arch later this year. Together with Jamie Oliver’s team, Smit is tasked with putting together a menu for the Johannesburg restaurant.

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The play’s biggest challenge is that it’s difficult to find emotional connectivity with these half-baked characters. The acting, too, is never commanding.

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The gallery itself is a pleasant and unintimidating space. It’s small enough to be intimate and yet large enough to showcase a satisfying variety of works. With exhibitions regularly changing, roughly every four weeks, it warrants return visits.

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For the first time in history, the MTV African Music Awards is set to be hosted in Johannesburg. The ceremony will take place at the Northgate Ticketpro Dome on 22 October 2016, and will feature some of the biggest artists from the continent.

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Johannesburg-based artist Nolan Oswald Dennis has been announced as the 2016 winner of the coveted FNB Art Prize. His R100,000 win was announced by the FNB Art Fair on Thursday afternoon.

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Nu Metro Cinema has confirmed that Gauteng’s first 4DX cinema will open its doors to the public at the newly-revamped Nu Metro Hyde Park in September. This new movie viewing experience uses motion, vibration, water, wind, lightning, scents and more to provide movie-goers with the sensation of truly being apart of the film they’re watching.

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This 20 meter-high permanent art installation was made with over 7000 recycled plastic bottles, on a redundant communication tower. Each bottle contains a message from the community, as well as a light which flickers in the evening.

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A dinosaur fossil discovery made by a South African palaeontologist in 2005 has finally revealed its secrets. The fossil, the most complete ever found of a species known as Heterodontosaurus tucki, was recently scanned between 21 and 26 July 2016.

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‘Blurred Lines’ hit-maker Robin Thicke is heading to South Africa to perform at the 2016 South African of the Year (SATY) Awards, set to take place at the Ticketpro Dome on 22 November.

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There is plenty to do in Joburg and surrounds – from seeing theatre, to exploring the abundance of heritage museums, and even going on a safari in one of the national parks in close range. But what about the weird but wonderful tidbits of adventure that not many know are right within their reach?

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After 10 months, more than 1000 voices and 200 choirs from five countries, the 39th Old Mutual National Choir Festival reached its crescendo this past weekend at the Ellis Park Indoor Arena in Johannesburg.

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On many levels, it’s an ideal end of year family show, bringing together all the issues of responsibility and wildness, dreams and possibility, exploration and history and the exploitation of Hollywood into one story.

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Renowned wildlife and portrait photographer Veronica Coetzer and her daughter Monique Blofield, are opening The Photographer Design Studio. The Studio is set to open in the new Menlyn Park Shopping Centre on 24 November 2016.

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Johannesburg is set to be the most popular destination city in Africa for the fourth year, according to the 2016 Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index, with Cape Town and Durban coming in third and fifth respectively.

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Dwayne Combrinck is a man with demons. You can see this as he walks into his workshop, a bloodied baseball bat in hand. You can see this in the anger he articulates and the acerbic vitriol he spews when provoked.

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Habitat for Humanity South Africa are once again striving to uplift local communities, this time at Orange Farm in Gauteng, with the next build set to take place from 7 to 11 November 2016. While the community faces significant socio-economic challenges, local residents are mobilising together to bring about a better future.

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Way ahead of her time, our female protagonist is feisty, funny and eternally optimistic, a great role model for girls everywhere. The cast, crew and entire team present a delightful, colourful and upbeat spectacle.

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The City of Johannesburg Executive Mayor, Councillor Parks Tau, has revealed that the metropolitan municipality has secured a partnership with Microsoft SA to train one million disadvantaged residents on digital literacy skills that include Microsoft Office – at no charge.

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“The end result is not only an immaculately staged piece of theatre, but also a tribute to South Africa’s performance arts legacy.”

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“The team behind this production have used extreme creativity to tell the entire tale with only two people on stage. And therein lies its charm.”

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Yoga 4 Kids offers yoga classes for children as well as children’s yoga teacher training at various studios and schools in Johannesburg.

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“Sugar and spice and with a touch of vice, that’s what regular fairy tales are made of. Add aerial flights and daredevils on ice, that’s what Cinderella on Ice is made of.”

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Pioneered by chef and health coach Christine Phillips, the Little Cooks Club hosts fun and educational cooking and baking workshops for children from 2 to 15.

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“Expect send-ups of famous musicians, parodies, glittery zebra wellies, awesome piano playing, and even a cheeky bit of nudity.”

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“Insisting on playing all their instruments in real-time – in an era when most international bands are supremely reliant on computers and pre-programmed sequencing – ensured an impactful set.”

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“A controversial figure in real life, the Eva Peron portrayed in Evita is not particularly likeable, but certainly she appears as a fascinating force of nature.”

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“It’s almost impossible to believe that the elegant ballerinas of the opening and closing scenes are also the chubby, silly, slapstick Forest People.”

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“The Exhibition On Screen at Rosebank Mall Cinema Nouveau takes us on a tour of over 200 paintings, drawings and prints by Canaletto and some of his 18th Century counterparts.”

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“The band’s lead singer Dan Smith is a formidable presence who animates the performance with a vocal showmanship that is fitting of the international sensation the band has become.”

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Pop Lock ‘n Roll is a new local film about finding the strength to dance again despite life and its unexpected, heart-breaking curveballs. Set to open on 29 September, the cast is led by avid hip hop dancer and ‘Isidingo’ mainstay Maurice Paige, and singer-songwriter and actress Yasirah Bhelz. 

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So although you may not be able to catch a moonbeam in your hand, you can catch the Sound of Music. Do it before it says, “so long, farewell.”

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“Reviewing a Pieter Dirk Uys-performance nowadays (especially for his fans) is like critiquing an annual Saturday evening dinner party at your best friends’ place.”

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“Being somewhat ‘tequila-phobic’, I was apprehensive to try Sierra’s Tequila range. But Sierra Spiced Tequila instantly impressed me with its layering of orange and cinnamon notes.”

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As a piece of theatre it is visually stunning. The physicality of the clowns is a studied art, and in a miraculous trompe d’oeil they will grow or shrink, grow older or younger in front of your very eyes.

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‘Tell Me What You Want Me To Do’ simply silenced the audience. The control and range, and the depth and bare soul with which he delivered it was breathtakingly beautiful.

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It is a place steeped in history, with a fair share of mystery and intrigue thrown in. As an embodiment of apartheid resistance and the liberation movement which helped to shape the new South Africa, it is not only a historical site but, with its heritage status and a clutch of awards, it is arguably the best museum in Johannesburg.

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These Elephants have been domesticated through positive reinforcement and as a result, provide guests with the unique opportunity to interact with them. Visitors are taken on a journey into the world of the African elephant and are guided through an unforgettable experience with these magnificent creatures, with a special opportunity to touch, feed and get to know them.

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Maboneng, meaning place of light, is a connected urban neighborhood in downtown Johannesburg that offers a unique and innovative experience, including restaurants, retail, theatre and art.

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The opening of the theatre complex in May 1981 was a milestone in South African theatre and marked the beginning of great things to come. In 2000 the theatre re-opened as a receiving house and has been host to blockbuster shows like Cats, Sarafina!, The Phantom of the Opera, The Sound of Music and many more.

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Tings an’ Times is an alternative restaurant and music venue inspired by bohemian ideals and permeated by eclectic rhythms, catering to both young and old.
Venue: Shop no 36, Waterglen Shopping Centre

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The Ditsong National Museum of History is the only natural history museum in Gauteng and is one of the largest in South Africa. It is unique in that it is the only institute in South Africa that offers the local, national and international community the opportunity to view its collections of original fossil material usually denied the public.

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The Orbit, a live music venue and bistro, is a space where musicians can express themselves freely and produce original and inspiring music.

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World of Beer is clearly an established and slick operation. It’s a sensory experience where not only do you get to taste the beer, but to see, smell, touch and hear all things involved in the process and history of brewing.

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A quick reference guide to the best food and wine events in Joburg

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Croc City offers a combination of hands-on wildlife experience and an education on all things reptilian and crocodilian. Owner Anton and guide Roann are both incredibly knowledgeable and passionate about all the resident creatures, including nine of Africa’s ten deadliest snakes.

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Built from Johannesburg’s Indian Fruit Market in 1913, The Market Theatre or South Africa’s Theatre of the Struggle, is now the home of live theatre shows- opening the stage to music, dance and associated arts.

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It’s not everyday that one gets to be suspended in the air without the sinking feeling of free-falling, but rather the elation of soaring. What is particularly appealing about this zip slide compared to others is that you lie on your stomach in a canvas bag of sorts instead of sitting in a harness.

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No artistic ability is required. The idea is to have fun and perhaps a few drinks while you bring out your inner Monet and/or your inner child (a selection of brushes is provided, but finger painting is entirely acceptable).

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Mango Groove is considered by many to be the original Afro-pop band. Defiantly bridging colour boundaries, it fuses the unique sounds of traditional African music such as kwela, marabi, mbube, swing and gumboot dancing with the powerful vocals of Claire Johnson and the distinct penny whistle.

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Shane Cooper is is a bassist, composer and producer born in Port Elizabeth and now lives in Cape Town, South Africa. Cooper took up and interest in guitar and joined his school band at aged 14 and spent time playing and listening to records at home with his drummer brother. He has no particular style, but enjoys collaborations whether working in acoustic or electric.

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A Pan African gallery for modern and contemporary art including a specialized bookshop with a catalogue of local and international publications on the art of the continent.

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A museum dedicated to the illustration of the rise and fall of apartheid. The exhibits – assembled and organised by a wide team of curators, film-makers, historians and designers – include provocative film footage, photographs, text panels and artefacts illustrating the events and human stories.

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The quick reference guide to the best dance shows in Joburg

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Alan Committie is one of South Africa’s leading stand-up comics,
 character comedian, award winning actor, comedy writer, Theatre director, Master of Ceremonies (MC), facilitator and other talents.

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Rob van Vuuren has established himself as one of the most prolific players in the South African entertainment scene. He has worked as an actor, writer, director, dancer and producer across various genres and in different media.

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ShortStraw is an indie rock band from Johannesburg, South Africa. ShortStraw is currently signed to their independently formed publishing label Boosh Records in South Africa, with digital distribution by Sony Music.

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Mike van Graan, primarily a theatre writer and producer, is the Executive Director of the African Arts Institute and the former Secretary General of the Arterial Network, a continent-wide network engaged in the African creative sector. He is currently a UNESCO Technical Expert on the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.

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Beatenberg is a fresh new face in pop music from South Africa. Or rather, three faces, handsome and young and intelligent. The faces are of Matthew Field (lead voclas and guitar), Ross Dorkin (bass) and Robin Brink (drums).

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Jeremy Loops calls himself a modern folk artist with no boundaries. His influences are from folk legends like Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan, but what he creates is a mash-up of a number of genres, namely folk, reggae, hip-hop, gypsy-jazz…. whatever keeps him smiling he says.

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Born in Cape Town, this singer-songwriter never thought he’d become a full-time musician, but his father taught him how to play the guitar and started him off playing covers, and now Matthew Mole is well on the way to being just that.

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The Nomadic Orchestra is a five-piece instrumental dance band based in Cape Town. The primary goal of the Nomadic Orchestra is to get people moving. The band makes an infectious kind of high-energy dance music – even the most prudish find themselves unconsciously tapping their feet.

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Desmond & The Tutus have been scare-crowing across the world’s stages with their unique, some might call it niche, brand of kwela-indie-punk for just on ten years. But to call it niche would be entirely missing the point, the Tutus are more shape-shifters than niche, their sound slotting comfortably between Thandiswe Mazwai and Hugh Masekela, as it did at the Soweto Heritage Fest in 2013, or between surf rocker’s Beach Party and synth mavens Gateway Drugs during the Puma Happy Holiday in summer 13/14.

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Die Antwoord, Afrikaans for “The Answer”, is a South African rap-rave group formed in Cape Town in 2008. The group’s members are rappers Ninja and Yo-Landi Vi$$er and DJ Hi-Tek. Their image involves a counterculture movement called “zef” and the influence of photographer Roger Ballen.

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Jonathan Roxmouth is a South African stage actor. Roxmouth gained acting experience at the Natal Playhouse while still at school. He began his professional career in 2006, playing Vince Fontaine/Teen Angel in the Barnyard Theatre Group’s production of Grease, and has been acting in stage and musical productions since.

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Mi Casa is a house band based in Johannesburg, South Africa and consisting of 3 members, Dr. Duda (producer) and pianist, J’Something (vocalist and guitarist), and Mo-T (trumpeter). The band was formed in early 2011 in Johannesburg when all three future members were at a night lounge and decided to perform together.

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Lira was born Lerato Molapo in the Daveyton township in Johannesburg’s East Rand. Her name translates to “love” in Sesotho and she speaks four languages. She is a multi-platinum selling and a 8x South African Music Award-winning Afro-Soul vocalist who refers to her music as “a fusion of soul, funk, elements of jazz and African.”

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Fokofpolisiekar is an alternative Afrikaans band that was formed in April 2003 by a group of friends from Bellville.

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Born and raised in Cape Town, Jimmy Nevis is an alternative pop singer/songwriter and producer. Brought up in a musical home, he struggled to start his music career after matric. He decided to pursue his dreams without the help of a music qualification and wrote his first hit single, “Elephant Shoes” in 2012. Taking his single to as many radio stations as he could, it was not long until the country recognised his talent.

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An award winning South African a capella group formed in 2003 with a sound that is defined as Kasi Soul and describe as “Melodic Medication” for the soul. The Soil consists of three members: Buhlebendalo Mda (vocalist), Ntsika Ngxanga (main composer and vocalist), Luphindo (beatboxer and vocalist) & Motif Records signer Samkelo Lelethu Mdolomba, commonly known by his stage name, Samthing Soweto.

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Guy Buttery is a South African guitar player with a distinctive acoustic style influenced by traditional South African instrumentation. Live, he uses an EBow and a looper to create synth-like textures. He is influenced by such artists as Tony Cox, Brian Eno, and Ralph Towner.

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Shaleen Surtie-Richards is a South African actress best known for her title role in the 1988 feature film Fiela se Kind (Fiela’s Child), and as Ester (Nenna) Willemse in the M-Net soap opera Egoli: Place Of Gold.

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Loyiso Gola is a South African stand-up comedian. He is the co-creator and anchor of the late-nightsatirical news television series Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola on e.tv and eNCA which was launched in 2010. In 2012 he was named one of Mail & Guardian ’​s 200 Young South Africans, in the Media & Film category. Men’s Health describes Gola as having “divisive mass appeal” due to the openly critical nature of his humour, and being “a genuine thinker masquerading as a fool and the reluctant voice of a cynical generation”.

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Johnny Clegg is a singer, songwriter, dancer, anthropologist and activist who blends Western and African Zulu rhythms together. He is a well-known and important figure in South African music who successfully blends Western and African Zulu rhythms and lyrics together.

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Tara Notcutt is a South African writer, director and producer. She received her BA in theatre and performance at the University of Cape Town and co-founded the company The Pink Couch in 2009, where she is currently the artistic director.

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Monash South Africa’s first African Spelling Bee crowns Johannesburg pupil, 14 year old Zameer Dada, as the best speller in Africa. As the winner of the competition, Zameer receives a Monash South Africa undergraduate tuition scholarship.

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Thandi’s Handmade Shoes offers quality, leather shoes that can also be custom-made. Customers can choose their shape, colour, leather and shoelaces, and meander along the streets of Maboneng (or wherever you happen to travel to) in a pair of uniquely designed kicks.

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A live puzzle room where contestants has 60 minutes to solve a series of puzzles to escape the room.

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But the feeling that ultimately takes over is one of amazement and wonder. To think that it takes 1500 hours to prepare a specimen and that each specimen was once a living human being is mind-blowing.

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Bouncing may famously be what Tiggers do best, but Jo’burgers can now jump for joy and give Tigger a run for his money, because Australian trampoline sensation Bounce has landed in Jozi.

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The whole show is incredibly sharp and barbed, but what makes it more special is how Van Graan and director Rob van Vuuren vary the pace, mood and emotions so magnificently.

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Currently, Henri Matisse’s works are on display at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg until September, with the exhibition titled Rhythm and Meaning. But, apart from his massive contribution to art, what do we know about him as an individual?

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Each scene is visually impressive, making a grand, almost Old Master painting of colour and design. The poised opening of the Capulet ball with its rich reds is sumptuous, while the stark lights fading into the cowled figures and lit candles in the Capulet crypt send shivers down the spine.

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As the award-winning afro pop duo Jaziel Brothers prepare for the release of their latest album, Out of the Box, they have recorded a tribute song for Nelson Mandela, simply titled ‘Tribute to Mandela’.

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You will not regret taking up the invitation to attend this exuberant and, at times, poignant, Greek wedding with all its traditional – and not so traditional – features.

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Taking ancient, fractured rocks found in the Cradle of Humankind, Burchell uses Kintsukuroi, a Japanese art and philosophy of repairing broken pottery with gold lacquer. By combining this golden repair with recorded sound, a songsmith will resonate when touched. This allows each rock to sing of the land wherein it has existed for millennium.

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Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau unveiled the new Bruma Lake, which has now been converted to a park – the result of the rehabilitation project that started in 2014.

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South African writer, Lidudumalingani, is this year’s winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing for his short story, “Memories We Lost”, published in Incredible Journey: Stories That Move You (Burnet Media, South Africa, 2015).

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South African artist Lionel Smit’s large bronze sculpture is to be installed in New York’s Union Square in mid-June, and is to remain there for 10 months. It will be in the square, at an important and historic Manhattan intersection.

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Moviegoers could soon witness the end of Johannesburg as we know it in a new disaster film entitled ‘Johannesburg’, set to be released in mid-2017. The film is being directed by SAFTA-nominated Kalumbu Kapisa, and tells the story of the city being eradicated by a series of devastating earthquakes.

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Leading contemporary art gallery WHATIFTHEWORLD, and esteemed collectible-design platform Southern Guild, both firmly established in Cape Town, are set to launch a new gallery in Rosebank’s Keyes Art Mile precinct.

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South African artist Kemang Wa Lehulere is awarded Deutsche Bank’s new “Artist of the Year” for 2017. Through winning the award, Wa Lehulere will present his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin in spring next year.

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Have you ever driven along Witkoppen Road in Fourways and seen the large black crane-like structure by Pineslopes shopping centre? It’s not a crane. It’s far more exciting than that.

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Conquer your to-do list while on the go – these 5 cafes and restaurants in the Johannesburg area offer customers free access to WiFi for an unlimited time. And while you’re at it, why not grab a lunch or coffee?

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Alexandra’s celebrated deejaying wonder kid, DJ Arch Junior wowed guests and VIPs at the 10th South African Film and Television Awards (Saftas) with his rare skills on the decks. The three year old, whose real name is Oratilwe Madumo, was accompanied by his parents and was one of the entertainers at the awards held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.

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The attraction is very much aimed at adults, and to be honest, you’ll probably have more fun without you preteens. Nevertheless, you’ll be pleased to hear that there is nothing frightening or unpleasant in the room.

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27Pinkx invites the public to visit their brand new spa, The View, located at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Sandton, for a range of beauty and body treatments.

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Visit one of the numerous Soul Souvlaki branches around Joburg for Greek-inspired dishes made to order using the freshest ingredients.

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Re-Trend in Richmond brings shoppers refurbished, one of a kind, Mid-century modern and Retro antique furniture to make your home beautiful.

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The Color Café is the perfect place to spend quality time with the kids, designing and decorating individual pieces of pottery and mosaics.

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The Clico Boutique Hotel is the perfect venue for a Joburg getaway, to host a function or a place to get business done.

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A variety of plants delivered to homes across South Africa with a store in Kramerville.

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