Festive fun at uShaka Marine World

Festive fun at uShaka Marine World uShaka Marine World is definitely on of my favourite places to visit in the balmy months of summer. Fun, entertainment, water and food – it’s all easily available in one place. This festive season, uShaka Marine World is offering loads of entertainment and excitement…

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Don’t miss the Whitney Houston Show

For me, Whitney Houston has to be one of the biggest enigmas in the world of entertainment. Such immense talented, but at the same time such immense personal flaws. In spite of her being in the spotlight for many of the wrong reasons for much of her short life –…

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Enjoy your city in unusual ways

Has anyone else noticed the rising number of events occurring at secret locations around the city of late? I’ve come across two unusual and interesting events coming up in March and April that piqued my interest. They’re completely different concepts but their ultimate aim is uplift, inspire and celebrate the…

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Here’s to a GoodSundae

There is always heaps to do in our city, but sometimes a particular event catches my eye, so I share it with you. In my last posts I offered you ideas on getting out and about in Durban on a Saturday. Here’s a suggestion for the last Sunday of this…

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Slow Saturday anyone?

8 Morrison Street, Rivertown, is one of Durban’s most exciting urban regeneration spaces, and I’ve been keeping a keen eye on the goings on at the space. I’ve been particularly interested in the Slow Saturdays concept. It’s all about showcasing local talent – musically, gastronomically, artistically and through entrepreneurship. Entrance to…

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Mi Casa set to rock Durban this weekend

Gosh! It’s all happening in Durban this weekend – Good Food & Wine Show, Durban International Blues Festival, and now one of SA’s most successful bands spreading love and friendship through their music. After a whirlwind international tour of London, Italy, Portugal and Canada, Mi Casa is back on home…

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Don’t miss the Durban International Blues Festival

There’s so much going on in Durban this weekend, I’m not sure there’s enough time to fit it all in. But if you love the blues, then whatever you do don’t miss the 11th Durban International Blues Festival which starts tonight at UKZN’s Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre, with Khalif Wailin Walter from…

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We love a good POT fest

It’s almost time for the annual Diemersfontein Pinotage-on-Tap (POT) festival. So if you’re an eager Pinotage quaffer, diarise September 19 at the Litchi Orchard in Salt Rock – okay not quite Durban but close enough. The festival, recently named the “World’s Best Wine Event” by Drinks International Magazine in 2014,…

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