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Celebrate International Museum Day with Iziko Museums of South Africa

The Iziko South African Museum in the Cape Town city centre.Iziko Museums of South Africa will be celebrating International Museum Day, on Wednesday May...

New conductor for Hout Bay choir

Lunathi Ncamani is Hout Bay Ingoma Choir’s new conductor.Lunathi Ncamani has been appointed as the new conductor of the Hout Bay Ingoma Choir.The choir’s...

Clubs cry foul over Hangberg soccer field

The City is failing to maintain the Hangberg sports facility, say soccer club officials and players.A new season of Sunday-league football is set to...

Book review: Harambee: The Spirit of Innovation in Africa

Harambee: The Spirit of Innovation in AfricaMike BrutonBest RedReview: Lauren O’Connor-MayThere is indeed much to celebrate about African ingenuity but unfortunately Mike Bruton and...

Fugard classic tackles themes of brotherhood and hope

Francois Jacobs and Mncedisi Shabangu in Blood Knot. PICTURE: Siphiwe MhlambiFollowing its sold-out success at The Market Theatre in Johannesburg, South African theatre legend,...

Tribute to Queen

The Family BandThe Family Band will perform their show, The Family Band – A Queen Experience, on Wednesday May 18 and Thursday May 19...

Shakespeare Schools Festival under way

Westerford High School performed their version of The Tempest at the Shakespeare Schools Festival SA that opened last week at the D6 Theatre. The...

Home-grown talent on Funny Fest stage

Tokai resident Alan Committie will MC the Jive Cape Town Funny Festival.This year’s Jive Cape Town Funny Festival, which makes a come-back after a...

Album launch

Jacques Coetzee has tutored students in English literature at the universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch and has also been a musical busker ...

Book review: The New Kingdom

The New KingdomWilbur Smith with Mark ChadbournZaffre, Bonnier Books UKReview: Karen WatkinsA sorceress, outlaws, pharaohs, slaves, bandits, charioteers and two brothers are all players...