THE ARTSCAPE WOMEN'S HUMANITY ARTS FESTIVAL 2018

THE ARTSCAPE WOMEN’S HUMANITY ARTS FESTIVAL 2018

The Artscape Women's Humanity Arts Festival is heading for it's 12th celebration this year with Humanity as the central theme, runs from 1 - 18 August at the Artscape Theatre in Cape Town. The...

FRANSCHHOEK BASTILLE FESTIVAL – 14 & 15 JULY 2018

Save the date for SA's French inspired 25th annual Franschhoek Bastille Festival, which takes place at the historic Franschhoek Huguenot Monument this weekend. A social calendar highlight, the two-day long...
ART FRANSCHHOEK - 26 OCTOBER TO 27 NOVEMBER 2017

ART FRANSCHHOEK – 26 OCTOBER TO 27 NOVEMBER 2017

As with good food and premium wines, so too fine art needs to be experienced to be appreciated. In 2016 the Franschhoek Wine Valley launched Art Franschhoek, whereby visitors to the valley are able appreciate...
PICK N PAY KNYSNA OYSTER FESTIVAL OFFICIALLY OPENED

PICK N PAY KNYSNA OYSTER FESTIVAL OFFICIALLY OPENED

The Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival was officially opened at Whe+ restaurant in Knysna on Thursday 6th July with a ribbon cutting ceremony. It was attended by about 300 guests and VIPs including MP...
PUKU AFRI-KIDS FESTIVAL

PUKU AFRI-KIDS FESTIVAL

The Puku Afri-kids Festival takes place on Saturday 26 November at the SGI-South Africa Community Centre in Parkwood, Johannesburg. Designed to appeal to children, teenagers, parents and grandparents,...

INTERCULTURAL CELEBRATIONS: HOLI

Reds, blues, greens, pinks. Forms of powder. Every color of the rainbow is thrown in the air by hands ready to interlock with one another regardless of race, ethnicity, gender or religion.   One of...

NEW IMAGE FOR KKNK

The KKNK has a new image for the 22nd festival, that will take place in Oudtshoorn from Thursday, 24 to Wednesday, 30 March 2016. “The red image that the KKNK was known for over the past ten years, is...

JOIN THE SOWETO WINE REVOLUTION!

Join the #72HoursInSoweto celebrations at the exciting 11th edition of the Soweto Wine and Lifestyle Festival from 4 to 6 September at the Festival’s new home - the historic Walter Sisulu Square in the heart...