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Guild Theatre
12:30pm 26 Jul

The East London Guild Theatre produces and presents performing arts in East London (Buffalo City) in the Eastern Cape. It has been home to some of the country’s local and leading artists and performers, and numerous internationally acclaimed acts for nearly 50 years. The guild engages in arts and education opportunities for previously disadvantaged youths in the Eastern Cape. It also creates and organises art and theatre experiences for the diverse communities that reside in the area...

(GPS coordinates: -32.994339, 27.897162)


Drakensberg Boys' Choir School
12:30pm 23 Jul

Few experiences in the world can convey the emotion and purity inherent in a performance by the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir at the Drakensberg Boys’ Choir School in Champagne Valley. Enclosed by the stunning mountains of the central Drakensberg, the school hosts a weekly concert every Wednesday during term-time, in a modern auditorium boasting fine acoustics and the very latest equipment. The Drakensberg Boys’ Choir has a formidable reputation, and has regularly been named one of the top choirs in the world...

(GPS coordinates: -29.022312, 29.435951)


Newlands Sport Stadia
12:30pm 20 Jul

Newlands, a 20-minute drive from Cape Town, is home to Newlands cricket stadium and Newlands rugby stadium. As such, the suburb holds a special place in the heart of Cape Town sports-lovers. Officially known as DHL Newlands, Newlands rugby stadium is the second-oldest test venue in the world. The first rugby match was played here in 1890 and DHL Newlands is where the Springbok rugby team plays its Cape Town tests. The stadium is also the home ground of the Stormers and the Western Province rugby teams, which regularly see the stadium’s 52 000 seats filled to capacity...

(GPS coordinates: -33.97068, 18.468597)


Market Theatre
12:30pm 3 Jul

In 1976 Mannie Manim and the late Barney Simon set out to convert the old  Johannesburg Indian Fruit Market, built in 1913, into a theatre. Little did they know they were building a playhouse that would become internationally known as South Africa’s “theatre of struggle.” A conviction that culture can change society keeps the Market Theatre evolving and culturally relevant to a new generation of theatre lovers and performing artists in post-apartheid South Africa. Much more than just a theatre, the Market is a multi-disciplinary complex for promoting theatre, drama, music, dance, and photography...

(GPS coordinates: -26.201823, 28.032348)


Golden Horse Casino
3:30pm 7 Jun

The Golden Horse Casino offers all-round entertainment in one complex. Nestled against the racecourse in Pietermaritzburg, it is a prime viewing spot to watch glistening racehorses kick up some turf. Recently refurbished to combine the colour and styling of the 1960s with modern glamour, Golden Horse focuses squarely on the guest experience, with its host of entertainment choices...

(GPS coordinates: -29.61386, 30.399741)


Premier Diamond Mine Tours
3:30pm 3 Jun

Going down? Put the adventure back into diamond buying – this could be the one shopping trip you’ll never forget. Take the Premier Diamond Mine Tour and get ready to descend more than 700 metres underground to experience a working diamond mine. The Cullinan Diamond Mine that you will be exploring is a carrot-shaped volcanic pipe and boasts a surface area of more than 40 soccer pitches...

(GPS coordinates: -25.671202, 28.516549)


The Feather Market Convention Centre
3:30pm 15 May

The Feather Market Convention Centre is a multi-function venue, used for concerts, exhibitions and conferences. With stylish and elegant architecture, the centre caters for a diverse range of functions, from luncheons and formal banquets to weddings. Feather Market Hall derives its name from its initial use as a market for ostrich feathers...

(GPS coordinates: -33.96352, 25.623935)


Jan Harmsgat se Agterplaas
12:30pm 6 May

JanHarm Vorster unplugged himself from a career as an accountant (and some might say reality) and returned as his alter ego, Jan Harmsgat. He tends to the Agterplaas - a garden-theatre-restaurant and cottage antique shop in the town of Cullinan. Wacky and whimsical, artist and entrepreneur, Jan is the ‘Wizard of Odd’. To meet him you’ll have to get past the full-metal drag queens that tower over the entrance to the Agterplaas...

(GPS coordinates: -25.670303, 28.515921)


2:30pm 14 Mar

As its name suggests, Montecasino is a casino, but it’s also an entertainment complex and shopping mall packed with adult and family amusements. Located smack bang in the middle of the northern Johannesburg suburb of Fourways, Montecasino offers a little bit of Vegas in the suburbs. Modelled to resemble a Tuscan village, the Montecasino complex is huge, busy and flashy...

(GPS coordinates: -26.025948, 28.011524)


Planet Kids
3:30pm 20 Feb

Planet Kids is an indoor play and activity centre located in Muizenberg. The space-themed centre caters for kids of all ages, including those with disabilities. Planet Kids' offering is distinct from the usual kiddies play-date centre in that the activities, facilities and toys are carefully selected for safety, to stimulate kids’ imaginations and keep little bodies busy having fun while learning. Planet Kids also has place to run and play outdoors, so let the kids take turns on the foefie slide or the dream swing while you enjoy a freshly made cappuccino from the Flying Saucer Café...

(GPS coordinates: -34.102868, 18.470029)


Loftus Versfeld
12:30pm 8 Feb

Loftus Versfeld is a rugby and football stadium situated in Pretoria. The stadium has undergone various name changes and renovations. During the ‘70s and ‘80s, four spectator pavilions were added. Thus only minor improvements were required to bring the stadium up to FIFA standards for the FIFA 2010 World Cup. Affectionately called ‘Loftus’ by local sports fans, the state-of-the-art stadium is the home ground of the Bulls Super Rugby franchise (and Blue Bulls team that plays in domestic competitions). Fanatical supporters pack the stadium to capacity whenever their team takes to the field...

(GPS coordinates: -25.753187, 28.221763)


Sishen Golf Course
3:30pm 2 Jan

Sishen Golf Course

Kathu is best known for the large hole in the earth that is the Sishen Iron Ore mine just outside town. However, there is one other thing the town is known for, in certain circles anyway, and that is the Sishen Golf Club. Many visitors to the town bring along their bag of clubs to play what is without doubt the nicest golf course in the Northern Cape. The par 72, 18-hole championship golf course has been rated among the top 20 courses in the country. It is not surprising when you see the picturesque fairways curving away between the majestic camel thorn trees, many of which are centuries old. The clubhouse sports dining facilities, a bar and lounge, as well as modern changing facilities…

(GPS coordinates: -27.69128, 23.058211)


Long Street
12:30pm 21 Dec

Long Street

By day or by night, Cape Town’s Long Street is where it’s all happening. During the sunshine hours, Long Street has loads of charm with its Victorian buildings, antique stores, chic boutique hotels, friendly eateries, arts and crafts outlets and laid-back attitudes. As the sun goes down - if you’re in the mood for music, food and good times - Long Street is the only place to be. Come Friday night, the place begins to rock (and it’s not too shabby on any other nights of the week either). First it’s cocktails at any one of a number of funky cocktail bars or lounges. Then it’s dinner time – and there is something for every palate. After you’ve had your fill, it could well be time to get moving and there are a number of jazz lounges and nightclubs where you can party the night away. There are certainly no dull moments on this buzzing Cape Town street...

(GPS coordinates: -33.926091, 18.415162)


FNB Stadium Tours
12:30pm 11 Dec

FNB Stadium Tours

South-west of Johannesburg is a magical structure that resembles a calabash or an African cooking pot sitting on a pit of fire: the FNB Stadium, the proud host of the first and final matches and the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The multi-purpose FNB Stadium plays host to Tri Nations rugby matches. It is also a major concert venue, with the likes of U2 and Neil Diamond having rocked the crowds here. To discover just how amazing this award-winning stadium is, take a behind-the-scenes tour lasting between 60 and 90 minutes, conducted by professional, well-informed local tour guides…

(GPS coordinates: -26.234725, 27.982424)


Zip Zap Circus School
2:30pm 22 Nov

Zip Zap Circus School

Located in downtown Cape Town, the Zip Zap Circus School provides circus and performing arts training for young people from all walks of life. Youth training targets 13- to 16-year-olds and focuses on team work and developing discipline. Youngsters can chose which circus act they'd most like to master and receive specialised training. The skills training offered at Zip Zap is not all aerial, by the way. If you've long wanted to learn to juggle, climb a pole, clown around or ride a unicycle, you can do that too. Adult classes are aimed at aspiring circus performers and participants learn much more than how to be an awesome acrobat...

(GPS coordinates: -33.918622, 18.431175)


Bugz Family Play Park
4:30pm 8 Nov

Bugz Family Play Park

Bugz Family Play Park is one of the largest out-and-indoor play parks in the Western Cape. Aimed at kids aged two to 10, Bugz has large lawns, numerous trees and countless varieties of play equipment designed to amuse and stimulate children physically and mentally. From old-fashioned sandpits, tree-houses and a choo-choo train, to pedal cars, trampolines and merry-go-rounds, kids will have a blast at Bugz, which also offers a variety of rides...

(GPS coordinates: -33.832222, 18.73574)



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