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Toyota Goes Live and Unplugged

You’ve obviously heard of wine and cheese or beer and burger pairing, but have you ever thought of pairing a muso to a certain...

Varsity Podcasts

“Creating a platform for the effective broadcast of varsity-based audio content with the intention of stimulating the widespread allotment of pursuits in higher education...

Enormous Flowers – A New Album by Tony Cox

For the past four decades, Zimbabwean-born virtuoso guitarist Tony Cox has expressed his deepest thoughts and emotions through his family of guitars. For the past...

A Molière year in South Africa with the national tour of...

Exploring the way in which people are easily manipulated by symbols of power and honeyed words, Tartuffe is one of the “French Shakespeare’s” most...

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Experiment Exposes Cucumbers’ Love for Rock and Loathing for Jazz

It is with great pleasure that we inform you of an unconventional, yet scientifically sound experiment that was conducted. It has been concluded that cucumbers,...

Stanley Beer Yard And Corona Host The Busking and Jazz Sessions

The South African jazz scene grew in popularity through performances in nightclubs, and other major venues during the time of the 1950s. It forms a...

ACT presents master classes in the Eastern Cape

Eastern Cape organisations are invited to apply to participate in upcoming arts administration master classes. The Arts & Culture Trust (ACT), in partnership with the...
Pierneef

Pierneef in Paradise

Painted by JH Pierneef in 1955, the spectacular A View Across Fisherman's Cove, Seychelles will be offered at estimates of R2,500,000 – R3,000,000 at...
Zoe Modiga

Yellow: The Novel

Zoe Modiga’s fans have been begging and she’s answered – this jazz and soul princess is launching her eagerly awaited album Yellow: The Novel on Friday, 24 March at The Fringe at Joburg Theatre. The music industry sat up and...
Absa

Between a Life and its Dream

An inside look into life in the ghettos of Ghana and a glimpse at the themes that typify these places, is what visitors to the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg can expect from Between a...