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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.

No matter the event you attend, combine and save up to 15%.

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what’s on western cape
out of this world, 17-19 April
Lifestyle festival
The Constantia Food and Wine Festival, on at The Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, will showcase over 40 of the finest wines and delicious foods from some of the city’s top restaurants. Tickets are R160 for adults and R30 for children, contact 083 679 4495. For more info, visit www.constantiafoodandwine.co.za or email info@constantiafoodandwine.co.za.

Please note: ‘I’m not crazy about reality, but it’s still the only place to get a decent meal.’ – Groucho Marx
 
what’s on Gauteng
colour me crazy, 1 May
Festival
Colour-crazy fanatics can join in on the ultimate Holi One Colour Festival, on at the Riversands Incubation Hub. Expect a kaleidoscope of colours, thousands of colour-loving people, a great DJ line-up, a new ‘Colour Day and Neon Night’ theme and, of course, loads of fun. Tickets are R190-R290, available at www.riversandsihub.co.za or email info@riversandsihub.co.za.

Please note: The purest and most thoughtful minds are those who love colour the most.
 
what’s on KZN
Taylor-made comedy, 14-25 April
Live comedy
Stuart Taylor brings his latest side-splitting show, BeSpoke, to the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The show sees Stuart getting back to basics with no-holds-barred stand-up comedy that doesn’t shy away from sensitive issues. Tickets are R96 before 14 April, R120 thereafter, available from Computicket

Please note: Want to hear a joke about a tailor? No? Fine, suit yourself!
 
what’s on Garden Route
slow down, 3-5 April
Festival
The Sedgefield Slow Festival is all about taking it easy and celebrating the real things in life: family; friends; fun; the outdoors; and great food. There will be entertainment galore and great competitions with loads of prizes to be won. And best of all, the money raised at the festival will be donated to charities in the area. Check out www.slowfestival.co.za for more info.

Please note: Speeding fines will be issued to those who don’t get into the spirit of proceedings.

 

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