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khuluma what’s on?

Looking for a reason to fly with us or just wondering what you can do this weekend? Find out what’s hot and happening in South Africa, we’ve covered just about everything.

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what’s on western cape
Meet at the Met, 31 January
Horse racing
Rub shoulders with the who’s who of South Africa at one of the country’s most prestigious horse racing events, The J&B Met, on at Kenilworth Racecourse. With more than 50 000 people attending and 16 of the country’s top horses competing for R2.5-million, expect nothing less than a spectacular day. Tickets are R125-R250, from www.computicket.com. For more info, contact 021 700 1600 or visit www.jbscotch.co.za.

Please note: What kind of dress can’t be worn? Any address.
 
what’s on Gauteng
Chart Toppers, 15 January
Live music
The Barnyard Theatre in Rivonia presents the spectacular 99 Hits show. The 11-strong cast of singers, musicians and dancers will keep you on your feet with legendary hits from Elvis to Mick Jagger and Cliff Richard. Tickets are R100-R170, from www.webtickets.co.za. For more info, contact 011 467 6983 or visit www.barnyardtheatre.co.za.

Please note: What is the most musical part of the turkey? The drumstick.
 
what’s on KZN
Forever and a day 22 January – 22 April
Lifestyle
Lifestyle Madam Zingara is back to dazzle Durban with the exhilarating After Forever Tour, on at Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World. Boasting sold-out shows in Cape Town and Jo’burg, this production is filled with mind-blowing local and international acts, including mesmerising aerial artists and contortionists. And if you get hungry, gourmet chefs will tickle your taste buds with a delectable four-course meal. Tickets are R390-R495, contact 0861 623 263 or email boxoffice@madamezingara.com.

Please note: I have just been offered a job as a clown; seems to me I’ll have some big shoes to fill.
 
what’s on Garden Route
The party never stops, 3 January (Jeffreys Bay)
Party
Party your way into the New Year at the ultimate J-Bay Rocks party, on at the Jolly Dolphin. Expect 12 of South Africa’s top artists, 3 000 people and loads of fun in the surf. Renowned DJ Roger Goode will be spinning the decks, with home-grown talents like Jeremy Loops, Goldfish and many more fantastic artists keeping you on your feet. Tickets are R80-R90, from www.computicket.com.

Please note: What dance do women do when summer is over? Tango (tan-go)!

 

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