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Prime Circle, Just Jinjer and Tailor on stage

The Real Concert Series features Prime Circle, Just Jinjer and Tailor on one stage on Saturday, 10 June at the Cape Town ICC.  After a...

Realness Pan African Screenwriters’ Residency

Following an exciting first year of searching for, identifying and nurturing groundbreaking African stories, Realness Pan African Screenwriters’ Residency reflects proudly on their inaugural...
Standard Bank

Standard Bank’s New Acquisitions

New Acquisitions: Standard Bank Corporate Collection is currently on at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg, and runs until 14 December 2017. The exhibition...

SA Cultural Observatory secures Masasa Mbangeni as National Conference MC

The ethereal and spunky award-winning actress, Masasa Mbangeni, is the face of the South African Cultural Observatory’s (SACO) May National Conference, which she will host...

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South African Cultural Observatory 2nd National Conference

The Creative Economy & Development – Perspectives from Developed and Emerging Economies. The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) and the Department of Arts & Culture...

South African Exiled Artists Excel at Home

Aspire Art Auctions’ selection of critically engaged, top quality fine art was met with enthusiasm at its inaugural Cape Town sale on 27 March...

POPArt is turning 6 this April

POPArt celebrates 6 years of Independent Theatre with the annual 24 Hours in the City festival Launched as a performing arts centre and fringe theatre...

Put A Swing On It – Chloe Clark

Durban’s favourite and finest Jazz Cats join forces at the Rhumbelow; they will have you swinging and clicking to their exceptional arrangements. Rhumbelow Theatre presents...
Cradle of Creativty

Artlooks & Artlines: Cradle of Creativity

Artlooks & Artlines is a monthly column written by Ismail Mahomed, CEO of the Market Theatre Foundation. John Kani, Pretty Yende, Steven Cohen, Lara Foot, Yael Farber, Mamela Nyamza, Robyn Orlin, William Kentridge and so...
Unisa

Adjudicators Announced for Unisa National Voice Competition

Some of South Africa’s best voice teachers have confirmed their availability to serve on the panel of the Second Unisa National Voice Competition taking place this winter at Unisa in Pretoria. The competition will feature...