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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.

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what’s on western cape
an affair to remember, 15-16 November
Food and wine festival
Head on over to the Lourensford Wine Estate for A Food and Wine Affair. Kids can enjoy jumping castles, trampolines and infl atable animals, while adults sip and sample some of the fi nest wine and foods. Tickets are R80, inclusive of a complimentary glass, from www.computicket.com. Children under 18 enter free. For more info, visit www.dnaevents.co.za.

Please note: A man who was offered grapes instead of wine said: ‘I don’t like taking my wine in pills.’
what’s on Gauteng
just do it! 2 November
Get your running shoes on and start training for the Nike Soweto Marathon. Around 21 000 runners will tackle the iconic streets of Soweto in routes of 10km, 21.1km and 42.2km, starting from the Nasrec Expo Centre. Entrance fees: R100 for the 10km, R130 for the 21.1km and R170 for the 42.2km. For more info, contact info@sowetomarathon.com  or visit www.sowetomarathon.com.

Please note: Adam was the fastest runner of all time – he came first in the human race.
what’s on KZN
retro chic, 14 November – 11 January
Music show
Get ready to party ‘80s-style at The Barnyard Theatre’s 80s Rewind Show. Go back in time to the fashion, dancing and, of course, iconic songs of the 1980s. Tickets are R110 for Sunday, R120 for Tuesday and R155 for Wednesday to Saturday. For more info, contact 031 566 3045, gateway@barnyardtheatre.co.za or visit www.barnyardtheatres.co.za.

Please note: You know you were born in the ‘80s if ‘partying like it’s 1999’ sounded super-futuristic.
what’s on Garden Route
by the Bay, 28 November – 7 December
Music festival
Plett Rage, on in Plettenberg Bay, is the largest student festival in the Southern Hemisphere. Expect 15 000 students jamming to some of South Africa’s top musicians, such as Pascal and Pearce and Mathew Mole, with beach sports, parties and a lot of unforgettable moments. Passes are R1 300, from sales@plettrage.co.za. For more info, contact athony@plettrage.co.za.

Please note: Why is the sea current strong? It has mussels!


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