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Hidden Gems Of Benoni

Cafe Bellini As an introduction to the hidden gems of Benoni, head out to Cafe Bellini. This quaint restaurant serves up delicious, hearty breakfasts, generous lunches and some of the best cake and pastries in the suburb. Think caramel fudge popcorn cake, baked cheesecake with blueberry couli and mini baklava rolls. Cafe Bellini is available […]

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Sibikwa Arts Centre Directors Showcase

What Is It? The Sibikwa Arts Centre presents their annual Directors Showcase this November. Giving four young directors the opportunity to stage their work, Sibikwa Art Centre continue their community-driven efforts. The four directors selected for this year's festival are Aphiwe Namba, Moeketsi Kgotle, Linda Tshabalala and Nhlanhla Mazibuko. You can expect an afternoon of […]

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Heritage Month Celebrations at Sibikwa Arts Centre

Sibikwa Arts Centre The Sibikwa Arts Centre celebrate their 31st anniversary this year. Founded in 1988 in response to rising concerns over the quality of education for township learners, this dedicated arts centre was established with the objective to give the youth a platform to express their emotions through drama, dance and music. Now, three […]

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Exploring the Independent Theatre Scene in Joburg

The independent theatre scene is heavily underfunded and often battles to secure adequate media coverage. It nevertheless remains a vibrant and ever-developing industry, which offers audiences a reflective look into contemporary South African society. So, why not take a couch-binge break and invest your time by going out into the city to watch an original […]

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Sibikwa Arts Centre Keeps Community Theatre Alive

Sibikwa Arts Centre This year, the Sibikwa Arts Centre celebrates their 31st anniversary. Established in 1988, Sibikwa was spear-headed by theatre stalwarts, Smal Ndaba and Phyllis Klotz. The centre's title is Nguni for “we are spoken for”. Thus, Sibikwa was established with the objective to give the youth a platform to express their emotions through drama, dance and music. This […]

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Sibikwa Arts Centre Keeps Community Theatre Alive

Sibikwa Arts Centre This year, the Sibikwa Arts Centre celebrates their 31st anniversary. Established in 1988, Sibikwa was spear-headed by theatre stalwarts, Smal Ndaba and Phyllis Klotz. The centre's title is Nguni for “we are spoken for”. Thus, Sibikwa was established with the objective to give the youth a platform to express their emotions through drama, dance and music. This […]

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Best Jazz Hotspots in Jozi

Niki's Oasis Niki's Oasis in Newtown is one of the oldest jazz clubs in Joburg. The intimate, relaxed vibe of this eatery goes hand in hand with the music that’s made here. Find live upright bass-baritones and authentic South African cuisine at Niki's. What a combo!    Click here for more information. Sophiatown The Mix […]

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Phola Vibez Jazz Session At Sibikwa Arts Centre

Sibikwa Arts Centre has been in the business of fostering change in local communities through theatre and performance for over 30 years. Pioneered by theatre veterans Phyllis Klots and Smal Ndaba in 1988, the centre is located to the east of Joburg in Benoni. Sibikwa is foremost a visionary arts centre that promotes quality arts […]

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Exploring the Independent Theatre Scene in Joburg

The independent theatre scene is heavily underfunded and often battles to secure adequate media coverage. It nevertheless remains a vibrant and ever-developing industry, which offers audiences a reflective look into contemporary South African society. So, why not take a couch-binge break and invest your time by going out into the city to watch an original […]

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