Thursday, 19 May 2022
Africa's news in English
Cape Town What's on

2006 Montagu Rose Show.

20-21 Oct 2006. Rose enthusiasts from all over South Africa and beyond arrive in the historic village of Montagu, east of Cape Town, for the 19th edition of the annual rose show organised by the Monta...
Cape Town What's on

South African Airways Cape Town flower show.

26-29 Oct 2006. Members of the public, horticultural societies, garden and flower clubs and commercial growers and retailers exhibit fresh flower displays, new and unusual plants for the house and gar...
Cape Town What's on

Photographs of hope.

18 Oct-4 Nov 2006. Photographs by Dirk Van der Merwe of HIV-positive Sizophila (meaning we shall survive) counsellors working for the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation are on show in the Hope Exhibition at...
Cape Town What's on

Memory and Magic - contemporary art of the !Xun and Khwe.

23 Sept 2006-Jan 2007. Over 80 works by San (Bushmen) artists dating from 1994 to the present go on show at the South African National Gallery in Cape Town. The brightly coloured works on paper and ca...
Cape Town What's on

Rocking the Daisies Festival.

29 Sept-1 Oct 2006. Rocking the Daisies is the first edition of a music festival in Darling on Cape Towns West Coast. Over 20 of South Africas best bands including the Parlotones, Finkelstiens, The Di...
Cape Town What's on

Theatre from Artscape.

31 Aug-9 Sept 2006. Deidre Wolhuter, Grant Swanby and Marcel Meyer perform in the world premire of journalist Angus Robinsons tragicomedy Sticks & Stones directed by Roger Dywer. Set in the late 1980s...
Cape Town What's on

Hermanus Wildflower Festival.

14-17 Sept 2006. The annual botanical event held at the Fernkloof Nature Reserve in Hermanus on the coast southeast of Cape Town includes floral displays, indigenous plants for sale and homemade teas...
Cape Town What's on

Tri Continental Film Festival South Africa.

15-24 Sept 2006. The annual international film festival presents socio-political documentaries and feature films from all over the globe in Johannesburg and Cape Town. The programme includes films fro...
Cape Town What's on

Film on the future of food.

20-22 Aug 2006. The Future of Food is a film documenting the role of genetic engineering and industrial agriculture in modern food production and the negative impact that new technologies are having o...
Cape Town What's on

Memory and healing through art.

15 July-1 Nov 2006. Breaking The Silence: A Luta Continua is the result of a collaborative project between the Human Rights Media Centre and the Khulumani Support Group Western Cape involving over 1,...
Cape Town What's on

African Hip Hop Indaba 2006.

9 June-27 Aug 2006. The annual hip hop indaba meaning discussion or meeting after the Zulu term in-daba provides an opportunity for breakdancers, writers, rappers, DJs, skateboarders, BMX riders, ca...
Cape Town What's on

Cape Town International Comedy Festival.

4-23 Sept 2006. The Cape Town International Comedy Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary with five separate programmes featuring acts from seven different countries. The line-up includes British c...
Cape Town What's on

Sizwe Banzi is Dead.

11 July-5 Aug 2006. South African actor, writer and director Athol Fugards classic play about the injustice of apartheid is showing at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town. Developed through improvisation...
Cape Town What's on

Maybe Sunshine up Ahead.

5-29 July 2006. Zingi Mtuzula, Pierre Malherbe and Mbulelo Grootboom star in Zambia-born screenwriter and playwright John Hunts new satire Maybe Sunshine up Ahead about the modern South Africa. Three...
Cape Town What's on

Artscape dance collaboration.

6-8 July 2006. Collaborations, now in its second year, is a programme of dance involving young artists from different backgrounds and communities. This year the line-up includes artists from the accla...
Cape Town What's on

Grahamstown National Arts Festival.

29 June-8 July 2006. South Africas oldest and biggest arts festival offers an programme of theatre, music, song, dance and film by local and foreign artists. Launched in 1974 with around 60 items, tod...
Cape Town What's on

Womens rights in South Africa.

24 June-3 Sept 2006. Second to None Celebrating 50 years of womens struggles is a hymn to the achievements of the womens rights movement in South Africa. Drawing on the Iziko South African National G...
Cape Town What's on

Piano in My Pocket.

8-24 June 2006. The popular musical theatre show Piano in my Pocket, created by and starring Amanda Tiffin, returns to Cape Town for a limited run at the Theatre @ The Pavilion. The show is a homage t...
Cape Town What's on

New textiles in South Africa.

12-25 June 2006. Work by South Africas leading and emerging textile artists is on show in the annual Innovative Threads contemporary fibre art exhibition at the Nova Constantia farm just outside Cape...
Cape Town What's on

Big Wave Africa.

8 May-14 Aug 2006. The Red Bull Big Wave Africa, one of the worlds largest surfing competitions, is underway in Cape Town for the eighth consecutive year. Top South African and international surfers c...


view calendar


16127Fans Like
86Followers Follow
219Subscribers Subscribe

Create your Widget

Nairobi areas

all Nairobi areas