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BUZZART IS BACK & IT’S ALL GREEN The KZNSA Gallery’s biggest local-only Christmas fair is open and runs until 12 January 2020. Not to be missed! The festive season was already kicked off at the opening party on Thursday 21 November with live DJs and the arts café open for food and drinks. This year’s Buzzart theme of ‘BEING GREEN’ focuses on goods and activities, that are recycled, up-cycled, reworked, previously loved, home-grown, indigenous, organic,...

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Break out the tinsel, squeeze back into your ABBAsolutely fABBAulous 70s apparel and book your end of year Christmas party with The ABBA Show coming to Sibaya Casino and Entertainment Kingdom’s Izulu Theatre from this Friday 13 December until Sunday 12 January 2020! Showtime Australia is bringing back their most popular production, The ABBA Show, after unprecedented interest in the worldwide phenomenon arose in early 2018. Durban is the second out of three stops in South Africa over this...

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Chocolatey smiles and good vibes in store at this year’s Beacon Eggsplorer and Family Fun Day Chocolatey family fun and games await Durbanites and holidaymakers at this year’s Beacon Eggsplorer and Family Fun Day. Taking place for two days over the Easter weekend, on the 20th and 21st April, the event guarantees good times and good vibes while families and friends hunt for Easter eggs in the Durban Botanic Gardens. Suitable for the entire family,...

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The first show of the 2019 Marriott Ballito Beats Series kicked off on Friday with not one, not two but three sensational South African acts – and the Ballito crowd came out in full support, and party mode, as they always do. Opening the show for fans was local Durban busker, known simply as Mdu. Mdu’s story is one of rapid success, as he was only recently discovered by photographer Brad Hunter playing his guitar...

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In 2019, Splashy Fen Music Festival will take vital steps towards transforming the iconic South African event into a more sustainable entity. While the festival has long been conscious of its environmental impact on the Splashy Fen land, and the environment at large, there is an increasing need to put measures into place that will help Splashy Fen, its service providers and fans contribute to the festivals environmental impact – in a positive and sustainable...