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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
epic, bru. 11-22 March
Cycling
The 12th edition of the Absa Cape Epic will be as challenging as ever, with the gruelling 739km trail including 1 600m of climbing. Mountain bikers will tackle the demanding eight-day adventure through the Western Cape, starting at the University of Cape Town with a time-trial prologue, and finishing at Meerendal Wine Estate in Durbanville. For more info, visit www.cape-epic.com.

Please note: Bike sales go in cycles.
 
what’s on Gauteng
the 99%, 26-27 March
Comedy show
Funny woman Celeste Ntuli knows just how to make us laugh with the popular show 99% Zulu Comedy, on at Gold Reef City. Ntuli has been performing in this stand-up comedy production for five years now, and South Africa just can’t get enough! Sharing the stage with her are Skhumba Hlophe, Donovan Goliath and many more. Tickets are R180-R200, available from Computicket. For more information, visit www.goldreefcity.co.za

Please note: There are gags that are simply better appreciated when expressed in an African language.’ – Monwabisi Grootboom
 
what’s on KZN
over the croon, 17 March
Music concert
Grammy Award-winning superstar Michael Bublé will be doing his thing live at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium, the Cape Town Stadium and the Coca-Cola Dome in Jo’burg. Expect nothing less than a spectacular performance, with chart-toppers such as ‘Home’, ‘It’s a Beautiful Day’ and the hugely popular ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’. Tickets are R340-R2 800, available from Computicket.

Please note: Get your tickets soon if you don’t want your Bublé to burst.
 
what’s on Garden Route
work it! 4-6 March (Port Elizabeth)
Exhibition
The Working World Exhibition, on at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, is designed to empower and prepare learners for the world of work. The exhibition is structured as a career guidance programme, and provides information on bursaries, entrepreneurship and how to further your future. Entry is free. For more info, contact 041 363 0310 or email wellington@inkanyezi.co.za.

Please note: Carpenters really know how to nail job interviews.

 

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