Orlando Bloom and Forest Whitaker’s new crime film ‘Zulu’ – set and filmed in South Africa – has been selected to close the 66th Cannes Film Festival
Aletia Upstairs and Sertan Sanderson teamed up to create Lust in Translation, a multilingual cabaret inspired by their mutual love of languages.
Journalist, critic and Grammy-winning lyricist
Lauren Beukes, award winning novelist of ‘Zoo City’ and ‘Moxyland’, has just released her latest novel, ‘The Shining Girls’, a nail-biting, heart-racing, time-travelling thriller. Sandi Thompson caught up with her in London during her book tour to talk about ‘The Shining Girls’.
Prue Leith is up there, looking anything but her years in the smartest pair of red ankle boots and captivating the audience with her words. Her story is delicious, in and out of the kitchen.
South African flutist Marlene Verwey’s first album is a world-class offering to fit any mood.
After performing at Dankfees 2011, Afrikaans singer Arno Jordaan will be returning to Hop Farm on Saturday 1 June to perform with Lianie May and Jak de Priester.
Dankfees returns to Hop Farm from 31 May to 2 June and we have fabulous prizes for you! You could win one of 2 ticket packages for 2 adults (each package worth Â£50)…
Lianie May, die Vrystaatse boerenooi en wel bekende Suid Afrikaanse sangeres, is een van die dae hier in London waar sy by die jaarlikse Dankfees gaan optree. Dis haar heel eerste vertoning hier in Engeland. Hier gesels ek met haar oor haar vrees vir vlieg en haar passie vir Afrikaanse musiek.
Berkshire based South African artist Susanne du Toit has been shortlisted for one of the UK’s most prestigious art awards for a dazzling portrait of her son Pieter.
The Green Arrows fuse Southern African jazz and traditional sounds with contemporary indie, rock and pop to create a fresh sound with an inspiring humanitarian message.
After moving to Berlin, like many expats, Cheri MacNeil became embarrassed by questions she couldn’t answer about South Africa. This inspired her to research her own history, and ultimately resulted in Dear Reader’s third and most deeply personal album, Rivonia.
We have five pairs of tickets to give away to A Human Being Died That Night, a new play portraying a psychologist’s extraordinary interviews with notorious apartheid assassin Eugene de Kock.
Based on the best-selling book of the same name by psychologist Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, ‘A Human Being Died That Night’ explores her extraordinary interviews with Eugene de Kock, her time on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and how a fundamentally moral person could become a mass murderer.
We have a pair of tickets to give away to a performance of Greig Coetzee’s acclaimed show ‘Johnny Boskak is Feeling Funny’ on Thursday 16 May
Join London’s South African business leaders for delicious Rainbow Nation food and drinks high on the deck of Nedbank’s London office
Contrary to one commentator’s belief that British MP Justine Greening’s role in the decision to cut aid to SA would alienate the South Africans in her constituency, it looks set to cement her good reputation among many UK-based South Africans, if their reaction to the news is anything to go by
Section Commander and Physical Training Instructor in 1 Rifles
Veteran South African actress of stage and screen
South African electro-folk musician Jeremy Loops will perform in London and Brighton this month
South African cult rappers Die Antwoord will be starring in Neill Blomkamp’s new sci-fi comedy