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South Africa’s beloved Professor Phillip Tobias dies

South Africa’s beloved Professor Phillip Tobias dies

It is with great sadness that the Gauteng Tourism Authority announces the death of Professor Phillip Tobias, a leading South African academic and scientist who shared a lifelong passion for the study of man and human ancestry with his colleagues at WITS University and the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. Professor Tobias passed away this morning after a long illness.

Deeply Fried – Live DVD Recording

Deeply Fried – Live DVD Recording

In little over two years, Deep Fried Man has fought his way into the national comedy scene and beyond with his unusual brand of stand-up, sing-along comedy. He is soon to record a very special live performance that you could be a part of.

The Perfect Cup

The Perfect Cup

Sometimes the rich aroma of coffee can move through the air, pulling unsuspecting people along in its path.

Behind that seductive coffee scent there is often an intimate little coffee shop, and The Perfect Cup in Parkview is such a venue.

Soweto Theatre: A photo essay

Soweto Theatre: A photo essay

When it was announced that the Soweto Theatre would finally open its doors on Africa Day, 25 May 2012, I couldn’t wait to go and when it was also announced that one of my favourite African artists, Salif Keita, would be performing at the theatre on the same weekend – well, I just had to go.

Curtains open on all-new Soweto Theatre

Curtains open on all-new Soweto Theatre

The Soweto Theatre officially opened its doors on Africa Day, Friday 25 May, with opening celebrations continuing well into the weekend.

Situated at the corner of Link Road and Inhlazane Crescent in Jabulani CBD, Soweto, the theatre is a world-class development that will bring the arts and theatre productions to the heart of Soweto.

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