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The Makhelwane Festival 2019

What Is It? An event where Omakhelwane (neighbours) turn/transform their own homes into actual eateries, galleries and fashion boutiques. The events that will be taking place at the eatery setting will involve food traders coming in and being given the chance to occupy the inside and outside of the yard to whip out the tastiest […]

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Spinning Vs Drifting

What Is It? Spinners from all across South Africa will also get invited for them to show the masses what they can do behind the wheel of their machines. This is an event that will pump your adrenaline through out the whole day and keep you on your toes. You sure do not want to […]

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Kasi Food & Drink Festival

What Is It? The best food you can have; is South African food. Come and be art of the stew of culture and diversity as we see this year's Kasi Food & Drink Festival. This festival will be celebrating our proudly beautiful country as well as our different cultures coming together to make the ultimate […]

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Soweto Food & Wine Lovers

What Is It? This is the Soweto Food and Wine Tasting is about food and wine pairing in the Kasi, and you know the Kasi is always a vibe. They are looking forward to educating the public about perfect pairing of good food and wine. See you there wine lovers! When Is It? Saturday, 29 […]

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3rd Annual Brown Dash Tribute Concert

What Is It? We would like to believe that it is not only us who think about the Phansi' komnthunzi welanga jam, when someone mentions Brown Dash. If you were a big fan of the late Brown Dash, this is just something to look forward to, because it's about to go down! We are feeling a little […]

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Enjoy Traditional Food At Soweto's Sakhumzi

Nestled in the epicentre of Sowetan tourism is the vibrant and popular Sakhumzi Restaurant on Vilakazi Street! If you're looking for a place with a rich historical background and real township-flavoured cuisine, then look no further! Vilakazi Street is already synonymous with legendary political icons Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu and now Sakhumzi Restaurant […]

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