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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.

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

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what’s on western cape
Foo'd for thought, 10 December
Foo Fighters live concert
A little-known band called the Foo Fighters will be playing two shows for the first time in South Africa this month. With almost two decades and a number of awards under their belts, they're sure to deliver an unforgettable rock 'n roll experience. Tickets are R350-R1 865, available at www.computicket.com.

Please note: Foo Fighters are somewhat less messy than food fights. Unless you're in the mosh pit, that is.
 
what’s on Gauteng
my liefie, 12 December - 4 January
Musical
The popular musical Liefling is back, and now on at Montecasino. Capturing the feel-good spirit of the festive season, this traditional boy-meets-girl tale has a local twist that will have you reminiscing and singing along to some iconic Afrikaans hits, such as ‘Lang Maer Blonde Man’ and ‘Kinders van die Wind’. Tickets are R100 to R320, available at www.computicket.com. For more information, contact 011 510 7472, or visit www.montecasino.co.za.

Please note: Love is blind, but marriage is a true eye-opener.
 
what’s on KZN
we're jammin', 6 - 7 December
Music festival
Get your jam on at the Jam Music Festival taking place at the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The two-day festival boasts five themed arenas, thousands of fans, an impeccably designed stage and an array of international artists. Tickets cost R300 to R1 615, available at www.computicket.com. For more info, contact 031 202 8401, or visit www.worldjamdurban.com, or email bev@worldjamdurban.com.

Please note: What do astronauts have on their bread? Space jam.
 
what’s on Garden Route
going blue, 8-9 December
Environmental awareness
Create awareness on environmental issues by being a part of the monumental Plett Hope Spot, on at Central Beach. This once-in-a-lifetime event encourages sustainable use and conservation of marine resources. Activities include the unveiling of two plaques (one on land and one underwater), as well as demos from sea gurus like the Nippers. What an awesome way to kick start the beach season. For more information, contact pletthopespot@gmail.com, gwenpenry@gmail.com, or visit www.plett-tourism.co.za.

Please note: 'Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better.' - Dr Seuss

 

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