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Entries open for Walk the Talk 2017

The countdown to Johannes...

A Day in the Negev

A Day in the Negev

Imagine pineapples, viney...

Joburg City Parks wins two international awards

Joburg City Parks wins two internat…

Congratulations to Johann...

Accolades for City of Joburg’s council chamber

Accolades for City of Joburg’s coun…

The multimillion-rand Cit...

A lifetime achievement award for Ramaphosa

A lifetime achievement award for Ra…

Deputy President Cyril Ra...

Microbreweries – Craft beer is art

Microbreweries – Craft beer is art

Craft beer brewing has ev...

Minister visits mnyamandawo

Minister visits mnyamandawo

Police Minister Fikile Mb...

Lest we forget june 16 - A message from ANC Johannesburg

Lest we forget june 16 - A message …

June 16 holds a special p...

Students should be sharp when choosing courses

Students should be sharp when choos…

Be focussed and be discer...

Crime has no nationality – Makhura

Crime has no nationality – Makhura

Gauteng premier David Mak...

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Heart rending home grown tale

After sold-out performances at the National Schools Festival in Grahamstown, the production Hayani is coming to Johannesburg. It brings compelling performances and a heart-rending home-grown story of a generation nearly lost and forgotten, and which is yearning to be heard. The performance will be at the Market Theatre, from 18 September to 27 October.

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'Gonzo soul' music at the Bassline

One of South Africa’s freshest acts, Luanga Choba  (pictured above) will present her distinctive sound and rich, earthy melodies at the Bassline Jazz Club in Newtown on 14 September. The event will see the premiere of Luanga’s music video, Leave Me and a live band performance of her other songs.

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