There is so much happening and so many places to check out in
Durbs - and we've got you covered through to the end.
If you are in the mood to kick
it take the chance to rap along with the likes of Jack Parrow and PHfat at
ZanziBar, eat your heart out while meeting new people at the Smarket' street
feast or check out Africa’s leading and longest running festivals, Durban
International Film Festival is taking place at the KZNSA Gallery.
will you get up to this weekend 14 to 16 July?
Friday, 14 July
SEE: Two of South Africa's heavyweight rappers from Cape Town,
Jack Parrow and PHfat are coming to party in your town for one night only
at ZanziBar from 22:00 and R100 gets you in.
DO: Make your way to the Durban Art Gallery and catch an
exhibition entitled Beauty and its Beasts designed to stimulate contemplation
about women, and raise questions about the way we create, perpetuate or allow
gender stereotypes from 8:30 - 16:00.
TASTE: Eat, greet, meet and feast at
the Smarket's street feast from 17:30 - 22:00.
EXPLORE: Do you feel a sense of hopelessness
for Durban’s homeless people? I Care and the Denis Hurley Centre, who look
after street children and homeless adults respectively, are giving you the
opportunity to make a difference at this year's IDare2Share charity
SEE: #WinterEscapes: How to
have a mini-break in Durban
Saturday, 15 July
SEE: Africa’s leading and longest running festivals, Durban
International Film Festival is taking place at
from 13 - 23 July.
DO: A week-long adventure camp for kids where they will meet new
friends at the Sugar Bay Resort for R6,199
TASTE: Join wine lovers for what has become
known as the Best Wine Event in the World at Max's
Lifestyle. Tickets cost R295 per person and include goodie bag on
arrival, Pinotage wine flowing abundantly from the barrel taps, popular local
live music bands and the best wine festival experience you will ever have.
EXPLORE: The African Art Centre is pleased to
invite you to a group exhibition by Zainab Ismail, Iain Robinson and Levi
Matthew Arrikum from 17:30.
SEE: #LoveSA: Budget
Sunday, 16 July
SEE: Sheila Nichol from Just Imagine exhibiting
her latest mosaic creations at the Woza Moya for free.
DO: Enjoy an amazing return steam train ride from Creighton
Station along the Ngogwaan River through thousands of beautiful
and colourful aloes. Drinks and snacks will be for sale on board for R180 -
R280 per person.
TASTE: Support Durban's local
producers and enjoy good honest food made with love at The Morning
EXPLORE: You are invited to visit
the Phansi Museum to
vote for their favourite entry in our Human Rights Art and Essay Competition.
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