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HUNGER FOR FREEDOM
Delightfully palatable history lesson. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2008-08-15) - Read more

INSPIRED!
Participants to expect an explosion of their own creativity at uplifting workshops in Umdloti. (article published 2008-08-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #202
Defending South African reds! (article published 2008-08-11) - Read more

YVONNE COSSON MEMORIAL WINE AUCTION
Riverbend Art and Wine to host wine event with proceeds to South Coast Hospice. (article published 2008-08-9) - Read more

STAR PARTY
Picnic under the stars with the family in Durban Botanic Gardens. (article published 2008-08-4) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND: JULY
This time Bev’s musing on Soundtracks and Serendipity! Read on … (article published 2008-08-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES # 201
Latest wine release from Simondium is a splendid prize-winning cabernet. (article published 2008-07-30) - Read more

LOERIE AWARDS
The Zulu Kingdom wins and South Coast’s reputation shines in the advertising industry. (article published 2008-07-27) - Read more

DURBAN HERITAGE MONTH
Stand by for a marvellous line-up of events in September during Heritage Month. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

ART, ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES AUCTION
First sale at new premises in Howick. (article published 2008-07-20) - Read more

GAIL SAMUELS FOR LOTUS
SABC appoints new manager for Lotus fm (article published 2008-07-19) - Read more

CASUAL DAY
September 5 offers the opportunity to wake up for the needs of others. (article published 2008-07-19) - Read more

FASHION SHORT COURSES
Short fashion courses for individuals interested in entering the world of fashion. (article published 2008-07-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #200
Groote Post farm in the Darling district is an interesting place in many ways. (article published 2008-07-15) - Read more

THE COMEDY REVOLUTION
Use of perpetual four-letter word mars otherwise enjoyable evening. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2008-07-15) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND: JUNE ‘08
This month Bev’s been Musing about Music and Mortality. (article published 2008-07-10) - Read more

ROCK CHALLENGE HOLIDAY BEHAVIOUR
Youngsters are invited to enjoy some fun, social activity suggestions. (article published 2008-07-8) - Read more

FINAL CALL FOR ACT AWARDS 2008 NOMINATIONS
Closing date for nominations for ACT Awards 2008 is July 11. (article published 2008-07-8) - Read more

THE COMEDY REVOLUTION TOUR
Africa’s longest, most cutting edge stand-up tour for Durban. (article published 2008-07-8) - Read more

2008 ECR HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
Discover hidden Local talent at annual event. (article published 2008-07-3) - Read more

MICHELLE CONSTANT NEW BASA CEO
Business & Arts South Africa appoints new CEO. (article published 2008-07-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #199
The Long Mountain Wine Company products sampled at private tasting group. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR ACT AWARDS
Nominations open for 10th Annual Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) Awards. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

MICHELLE CONSTANT NEW BASA CEO
Business & Arts South Africa appoints new CEO. (article published 2008-07-1) - Read more

LOTUSFM WINTER DRIVE CAMPAIGN
Enjoy LotusFM’s radio drama? Then help the station make a difference. (article published 2008-06-29) - Read more

CRESTFEST CHILDREN’S ART FESTIVAL 2008
Wide variety of workshops on offer for Hillcrest Christian Academy's Children's Arts Festival. (article published 2008-06-25) - Read more

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT POSTAGE STAMPS
Range of unique postage stamps celebrate exquisite architecture of Constitutional Court of SA. (article published 2008-06-23) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #NO 78
Ulysses is back! (article published 2008-06-23) - Read more

THEATRE EXPOSED!
Explore the myriad and magic of live theatre at the Durban Art Gallery. (article published 2008-06-23) - Read more

2008 VODACOM JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR
Editors throughout SA encouraged to identify their most promising young journalists. (article published 2008-06-21) - Read more

CREATIVE APPROACHES TO GROWING CITIES
Public art seminar to take place at KZNSA on June 21. (article published 2008-06-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #198
Many and varied are the ways in which liquor producers try to obtain publicity for their products. (article published 2008-06-17) - Read more

LOTTERIES BOARD MEET WITH CONCERNED PARTIES
Report back by Sershan Naidoo of NLDTF on information-sharing session. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

QUEEN’S OFFICIAL BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
BCHA to present time-honoured ceremony to celebrate HM Queen Elizabeth ll’s Official Birthday on June 21. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

BAT CENTRE YOUTH DAY
Celebrations for annual event that seek to entertain and empower SA youth through the arts. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

CHARITY RAFFLE 2008
Charities, NPO’s, service clubs and schools invited to register and obtain tickets for fund-raising purposes. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND
Kate Bush is the singer Bev’s been musing about this month – last time round it was her high-pitched rendering of “Wuthering Heights” but this time it’s been her hit “Babooshka” from way back when … (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

AUDITION FOR TOTO
KickstArt to hold dog auditions for forthcoming production of The Wizard Of Oz. (article published 2008-06-14) - Read more

MADAME ZINGARA’S THEATRE OF DREAMS
Enter a magical world of glamour, splendour, fine food and incredible performance! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-06-13) - Read more

DECADENCE
Fundraiser performance for new artists management company. (article published 2008-06-11) - Read more

STYLEBUDD
Props and Wardrobe Hire company opens in Durban. (article published 2008-06-11) - Read more

PUBLIC MEETING: MAYOR OF NEW ORLEANS
The Durban public is warmly invited to attend a public address by New Orleans Mayor. (article published 2008-06-7) - Read more

SANLAM AWARDS FOR COMMUNITY PRESS 2008
Editors and journalists of community newspapers invited to claim a stake in the Sanlam Awards honours. (article published 2008-06-7) - Read more

MARC SALEM
World-renowned mentalist set to wow Durban again! (article published 2008-06-4) - Read more

HEART OF BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP
Winners of the 11th Annual Business Day-BASA Awards. (article published 2008-06-2) - Read more

EZASEMANDULO – CELEBRATING AFRICA
BAT Centre event aims to connect people of different cultures and embrace the kaleidoscope of SA people and their cultures. (article published 2008-05-30) - Read more

HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST FOR SIBAYA
Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist to perform his humorous band of hypnosis at Sibaya. (article published 2008-05-30) - Read more

SUPPER CLUB AT BAT
Good buffet, live music and comedy at BAT Cafe on June 1. (article published 2008-05-27) - Read more

INSPIRED!
Uplifting weekend of creative connection. (article published 2008-05-26) - Read more

ICC SCOOPS AWARD FOR 7TH TIME
ICC voted ‘Best In Africa’ for the seventh year. (article published 2008-05-26) - Read more

MADAME ZINGARA
Magical gourmet spiegeltent to reach Durban on May 22. (Report by Elena Beis) (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #196
Interesting byway of SA wine industry provided by the Institute of Cape Wine Masters. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

ANNUAL AFRICA DAY CELEBRATIONS
The eThekwini municipality celebrates Africa Day with exciting programme as part of African Renaissance Festival. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

ANNUAL CHILDREN'S TAMIL EISTEDDFOD
Fun-filled day for the public of Tamil language, music and dance in Merebank. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM
British director and producer David Bownes from London to appear in Potchefstroom symposium. (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

DURBAN IN A WORD
The fascinating and enigmatic city of Durban represented by 32 writers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-05-19) - Read more

NATIONAL LOTTERY DISTRIBUTION FACTS
NLB responds to press release from the Democratic Alliance. (article published 2008-05-12) - Read more

REACH FOR A DREAM
Jabulani the Dreamer to visit hospital wards dispensing large doses of laughter. (article published 2008-05-12) - Read more

COMEDY REVOLUTION TOUR
Nine comedians head for Durban in SA’s longest, most rural and cutting edge stand-up tour. (article published 2008-05-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #195
New entry at the top end of the chenin market from Nederburg. (article published 2008-05-11) - Read more

ANTIQUE AND DECORATIVE ARTS AUCTION
Catalogue for sale on May 12 is now online. (article published 2008-05-11) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND (APRIL)
This time round, Bev Pulé dwells on the poignancy that some pieces of music, film or theatre hold for us … (article published 2008-05-11) - Read more

FARMER BROWN’S FRESH MARKET
DHS brings the farm to the city on May 4. (article published 2008-04-28) - Read more

11TH BUSINESS DAY-BASA AWARDS NOMINEES
Celebrating the art of business sponsorship, nominees vie for prestigious awards. (article published 2008-04-24) - Read more

99% ZULU COMEDY SHOW
The most trusted brand of Zulu stand-up comedy in KZN for Playhouse Drama. (article published 2008-04-24) - Read more

MIKE VAN GRAAN FOR AFRICA CENTRE
Mike van Graan appointed Executive Director of the Africa Centre. (article published 2008-04-20) - Read more

WOW COMEDY JAMZ
Traditional names in comedy circuit as well as fresh and very funny blood! (article published 2008-04-19) - Read more

KZNSA CRITICAL WRITER’S WORKSHOP & SEMINARS
Applications invited for the KZNSA Gallery’s intensive training programme on art critical writing. (article published 2008-04-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #194
Brandy crosses cultural differences and Plaisir de Merle wins two gold medals at Swiss International Airlines Wine Awards. (article published 2008-04-14) - Read more

MUSINGS FOR MARCH 2008
This month Bev Pulé investigates the Virtues of two Virile Vocalists and brings in a Verdict that the Victory is due to the Variation in the Vowel… (article published 2008-04-14) - Read more

CHILDREN’S VIP DAY 2008
International Bank Vaults social responsibility programme takes place at Durban Exhibition Centre on April 19. (article published 2008-04-7) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2008
Sixth annual Fools Award took place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on April 1. (article published 2008-04-7) - Read more

JOHN SIMPSON MEMORIAL CELEBRATION
Memorial celebration of veteran broadcaster and radio actor to take place on April 8 at the Durban Country Club. (article published 2008-04-6) - Read more

MICHELLE CONSTANT RESIGNS FROM RADIO 2000
Award-winning arts and music journalist resigns after nearly two years helming the noon to three show. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: FRINGE
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL: FILM AND WINTER SCHOOL
Treasure trove of talent expected for the NAF in Grahamstown, taking place from June 26 to July 5. (article published 2008-04-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #193
New release from Plaisir de Merle and Pernod Ricard releases Wyborowa Exquisite. (article published 2008-03-31) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND (JANUARY 2008)
Bev begins the year Musing about Mirth, Models, and – naturally! – Music! (article published 2008-03-24) - Read more

TABLE OF PEACE AND UNITY
Table of Peace and Unity to raise funds for children’s charities. (article published 2008-03-24) - Read more

SEGWAYS AT SUNCOAST
Excursions offered around the Suncoast Complex until April 14. (article published 2008-03-24) - Read more

WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Amy Kleinhans-Curd encourages nominations for prestigious award. (article published 2008-03-21) - Read more

CLAREMONT FARM GOES ‘LIVE’
Launch of new outdoor live music venue on Claremont Farm in Salt Rock. (article published 2008-03-16) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND: FEBRUARY 2008
Courtesy of the kind people at Musica (and the Group Area Manager for their Musgrave branch, in particular) Bev says she has not one but two superb CDs to review this month. (article published 2008-03-16) - Read more

RISING STAR EASTER WORKSHOP
Booking for the Rising Star Academy Easter Holiday Workshop is open! (article published 2008-03-15) - Read more

INSPIRED!
Uplifting weekend of creative connection this weekend (March 15 and 16) at Umdloti Beach. (article published 2008-03-12) - Read more

FESTIVAL OF CHARIOTS
Durban's Ratha-yatra celebrates 20 successful years. (article published 2008-03-10) - Read more

TUNKIE AWARD FOR NICOLA DANBY
CEO of BASA presented with annual award at Gauteng MEC Contemporary Choreography and Dance awards presentation. (article published 2008-03-10) - Read more

HEAVENLY & HEALTHY
Beautifully-presented publication written by Monica Fairall celebrates Brookdale Health Hydro’s 15th anniversary. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-03-9) - Read more

CASCOLAND FESTIVAL PARADE
Festive walking trip through the inner city of Durban along some remarkable locations. (article published 2008-03-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #192
Topiary Wines releases its first four wines; Distell increases its sales by 7,6 per cent and Allesverloren wins distinction in Sweden (article published 2008-03-6) - Read more

SUNCOAST AT EASTER
The focus is on fun for Easter programme at Suncoast Casino. (article published 2008-03-6) - Read more

WORLD HINDI DAY
World Hindi Day on February 29 to be observed in Durban for the first time. (article published 2008-02-28) - Read more

EAST MEETS WEST
Call for designers for exciting cultural crossover fashion show: (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

EAST MEETS WEST
Call for designers for exciting cultural crossover fashion show: (article published 2008-02-22) - Read more

ART MATTERS
Civic input requested to update the city’s arts policy - February 2008 (Report by Illa Thompson, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

PRO HELVETIA
Call for Grant Applications to support professional art projects involving exchange within the SADC countries. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

ENCOUNTERS WITH THE DRAGON
The triumph of John Hone’s spectacular book comes hand in hand with personal tragedy. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Weekend Witness) (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

RADIO LIVE!
Radio personalities present fund-raiser to support colleague. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING FAIR 2008
Premier Christmas shopping event of the year to take place at Durban Exhibition Centre. (article published 2008-02-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #191
Robertson Wine Valley’s Wacky Wine Weekend; Zandvliet wins gold medal and Nederburg redesigns bottles and labels. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #190
New flagship red wine from Middelvlei Estate. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

SIPHOKAZI FOR SIBAYA
South African singing sensation comfortably fuses soul, Afro-jazz and gospel. (article published 2008-02-15) - Read more

DEVIL IN DISGUISE
Elvis romp that takes you out of this world to perform in Tongaat on February 22. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

MAGNIFICENT 7 EXTENDED
Return season of popular band extended to February 24. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

DEATH OF MR “Q”
Gabriel Qunta Mbhele dies in Durban. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

SPLASHY FEN SONG
Search is on for a song to capture the spirit of the ultimate outdoor experience. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

GONSALVES/BRUBECK NEW ALBUMS
Neil Gonsalves and Darius Brubeck release new albums. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

EASTERN DINNER AT LE DOMAIN
Internationally-acclaimed Indian classical performers appear in Hillcrest venue. (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

BEN SCHOEMAN TOPS!
Ecstatic response as Ben Schoeman becomes first South African to win prestigious competition. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

KZNPO CONCERT – FEBRUARY 7
Satisfying programme for KZNPO’s opening concert. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2008-02-10) - Read more

FREE TICKETS FROM DURBS MAGAZINE
DURBS Magazine is giving away two tickets to the Daniel Millar Fundraiser of “Natural Woman” on February 2. (article published 2008-01-31) - Read more

BEAD BY BEAD
Fascinating publication deals with the Monkeybiz Bead Project. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2008-01-29) - Read more

AT THE PLAYHOUSE IN 2008
Wide variety of shows to be presented catering for a broad spectrum of communities. (article published 2008-01-27) - Read more

ANTIQUE AND DECORATIVE ARTS AUCTION
Auction to take place at Old Church Auction Gallery. (article published 2008-01-25) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY-BASA AWARDS 2007
Business sponsors of the arts are invited to enter the 2007 Business Day-BASA Awards. (article published 2008-01-25) - Read more

DANIEL MILLAR FUNDRAISER
Special performance of “Natural Woman” at Barnyard Gateway to raise funds for Daniel Millar. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND: DECEMBER 27
Bev Begins by Bubbling about Bublé, then offers pointers about upcoming tv productions. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

ART MATTERS
January 2008 column by Illa Thompson. (Courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
Nominations invited for 6th awards online voting system. (article published 2008-01-23) - Read more

INSIDE-OUT
South African Fashion Designers Sewing Success (article published 2008-01-7) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: DEC 31, 2007
Plaisir de Merle produces 14th vintage of chardonnay since the farm’s existing cellar was opened in 1993. (article published 2008-01-5) - Read more

COOL HUNTING
The funkiness of 1970’s retro design polished with the surrealist notions of the uncanny. (Review by Kate MacIldowie) (article published 2008-01-2) - Read more

HAPPY NEW 2008!
All the best for the new year! (article published 2008-01-1) - Read more

LOTUSFM ON NEW YEAR’S EVE
New Year’s Eve celebration of Lotusfm's 25 years of broadcasting at the ICC Arena. (article published 2007-12-26) - Read more

SUNCOAST PARTY
Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World to hold big party on December 31. (article published 2007-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best for a Happy Christmas! (article published 2007-12-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND: DEC 4
Bev Pulé dwells on some ubiquitous “seasonal music”. (article published 2007-12-23) - Read more

SENSES ART & INTERIORS GALLERY
New venue opened in Hilton. (article published 2007-12-10) - Read more

LOTUSFM NEW YEAR’S BASH
Popular radio station to host swinging top 100 New Year’s Bash. (article published 2007-12-10) - Read more

THE BBB JEWEL EXPO
Bean Bag Bohemia to launch edgy fine art jewellery until February 20. (article published 2007-12-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #188
South African wines criticised, KWV produces new red wine and Plaisir de Merle renovates its tasting centre. (article published 2007-12-4) - Read more

THE MTN SUNFLOWER FUND CHARITY EVENING
Step out in style at star-studded show of cutting-edge fashion. (article published 2007-12-3) - Read more

BOOK STORY
HIVAN invites support this festive season to join its “Book Story” campaign. (article published 2007-11-24) - Read more

NAF FRINGE REGISTRATION
Registration for 2008 Fringe at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown opens December 1. (article published 2007-11-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #187
Nederburg chooses the name Manor House for a range of high quality wines intended to emulate the architectural balance of the old building. (article published 2007-11-19) - Read more

VOICE OF THE HEART
Duncan Mackintosh returns to South Africa to bring alive the universal message of 13th Century Persian poet and mystic Jelaludin Rumi. (article published 2007-11-19) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATIONS
The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards 2006-2007 nominations list (article published 2007-11-17) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Get out your feather boas and sparkly tiaras for glitzy glamorous awards evening! (article published 2007-11-17) - Read more

THE WORLD OF DOGS, CATS AND PETS
South Africa’s most famous pet-lover event from November 16 to 18. (article published 2007-11-14) - Read more

LOTUS FM RADIO DISPLAY
Weekend of non-stop entertainment at Liberty Mall in Pietermaritzburg from Lotusfm. (article published 2007-11-14) - Read more

EAST MEETS WEST
Choreographer Shivani Kara and dancer/performer Bhavnesh Narotam present catwalk in spicy style in Johannesburg. (article published 2007-11-14) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #39
Bev Pulé tells of new “finds” and touches on a couple of TV programmes to look out for. (article published 2007-11-9) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #186
New release from Elgin Vintners and KWV 10 Year Old Brandy wins gold medal and a trophy. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

NAFAPPOINTS CEO
Tony Lankester fills new executive position for National Arts Festival Grahamstown. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

IMBIZO AT PLAYHOUSE
Arts imbizo to take place on November 16. (article published 2007-11-8) - Read more

ARTS AND ANTIQUES AUCTION
Old Church Auction Gallery to hold an auction on November 7. (article published 2007-11-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #185
Ways of persuading more people to become wine-drinkers and the Juliet Cullinan Wine Festival. (article published 2007-10-22) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY
October meeting of popular society to take place in Pietermaritzburg on October 17. (article published 2007-10-10) - Read more

BROOKBY CENTRE OPEN DAY
Varied programme of activities at Pietermaritzburg centre. (article published 2007-10-10) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #184
Thirty-third Nederburg wine auction has generated a good deal of comment. (article published 2007-10-9) - Read more

TOY STORY
East Coast Radio launches successful corporate social investment project. (article published 2007-10-9) - Read more

VESPA SOUTH AFRICA COMPETITION
The Wasp of design awards. (article published 2007-10-9) - Read more

MINT
Décor shop with a difference. (article published 2007-10-9) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #38
This time round Bev goes Baroque, then reflects on the phrase Local is Lekker. (article published 2007-10-7) - Read more

WARDROBE
New venue in Glenwood aims to offer designer clothing not found in the usual places. (article published 2007-09-30) - Read more

CENTRESTAGE
DUT Department of Fashion and Textiles to hold its annual fashion show from October 3 to 5. (article published 2007-09-28) - Read more

FLAVOURS OF DURBAN & FLOAT PARADE
The streets of Durban will come alive over the weekend of September 28 and 29. (article published 2007-09-26) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #183
New range from Clos Malverne under the name of Devonet. (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #37
Bev Pulé discovers Hayley Westenra and Celtic Woman. (article published 2007-09-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #182
Extraordinary wines to be sold at Nederburg Auction. (article published 2007-09-18) - Read more

CASPER DE VRIES FOR SIBAYA
South African funnyman for Sibaya Casino. (article published 2007-09-9) - Read more

WALKING TALL, WITHOUT FEAR
Ifa Lethu Foundation pays homage to 24 South African artists from the struggle era. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #77
A luta continua! (Ulysses Online) (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

A READING IN SOLIDARITY WITH ZIMBABWE
Poetry readings and discussion by some of SA's top poets and activists on September 9. (article published 2007-09-8) - Read more

ZULUSUSHI
Peter Engblom's narrative stands the idea of the authenticity of the photographic document on its head at Kizo Ballito. (article published 2007-09-5) - Read more

SPIRIT IN NATURE
Exhibition of fine art Jewellery at DUT by Michelle Pujol. (article published 2007-09-5) - Read more

T-RIFIK
Village full of entertainment treasures at Ushaka Marine World (article published 2007-09-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #181
Pink wines and screwtops gaining popularity and blind tasting top marks to go Western Cape wines (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

CELEBRATE DURBAN 2007
40 Cultural events in greater Durban over Heritage Month (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

EASTERN BRIDAL FAIR
Eastern Bridal Fair will showcase magnificent and enviable Eastern-inspired garments. (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

THUNDERHEAD COMEDY CLUB
Regular monthly comedy evenings around KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2007-09-2) - Read more

ZULUSUSHI
Kizo Art Gallery in Ballito to host official launch of Peter Engblom’s long-awaited book. (article published 2007-08-29) - Read more

DEATH OF JIMMY HUTTON
Tim Pullen pens tribute to well-known photographer. (article published 2007-08-26) - Read more

MICHELLE PUJOL
Exhibition of organic sculptural jewellery for DUT Gallery. (article published 2007-08-23) - Read more

DESIGN A VESPA!
Vespa South Africa offering creative minds the opportunity of embellishing a two-wheeler with their own pixilated dream design. (article published 2007-08-23) - Read more

INDIAN EXPERIENCE
Consulate General of India to present a series of cultural events throughout September. (article published 2007-08-23) - Read more

ARTS FESTIVAL AT KIZO
Countdown to an art explosion generated by Kizo Art Gallery. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

MERCURY DDC 2007
27th Mercury Durban Designer Collection proudly out to set the trend for fashion. (article published 2007-08-20) - Read more

EAST MEETS WEST
Call for Designers for a Cultural Crossover Fashion Show: (article published 2007-08-19) - Read more

MAKE LAUGH NOT WAR
Afzal Khan to appear in first national Muslim comedy show in South Africa. (article published 2007-08-19) - Read more

ANDRE AT HEXAGON
Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist for Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2007-08-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #180
Increasing interest in high quality white wines to be reflected in 2007 Nederburg wine auction. (article published 2007-08-14) - Read more

UPBEAT FESTIVAL
Kearsney College goes Upbeat with weekend festival. (article published 2007-08-14) - Read more

ACT AWARDS 2007
Nominations are called for ACT Awards 2007. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

STANDARD BANK EXTENDS NAF SPONSORSHIP
Standard National extends its National Arts Festival sponsorship by three years. (article published 2007-08-10) - Read more

MIND GAMES
Hilarious, mystifying, fun entertainment with Marc Salem. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-08-9) - Read more

NANDA SOOBBEN
Durban artist wins three international awards. (article published 2007-08-7) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #179
Middelvlei’s latest red wine will go well with almost any food or by itself. (article published 2007-08-4) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INVITES PROPOSALS
Deadline extended for call for stage productions for presentation at the Playhouse Company. (article published 2007-07-30) - Read more

UMCEBO AT USHAKA
Umcebo Trust now moved to the Ushaka Walk Shopping Complex. (article published 2007-07-30) - Read more

BANK NOTE DESIGN COMPETITION
S.A Bank Note Society preparing for fifth national competition. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

IFA LETHU FOUNDATION
Institution which fosters a culture of understanding and healing through South Africa’s heritage. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

NAF REPORT BACK
Numbers indicate continued support for the 33rd National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2007-07-23) - Read more

STEPHAN WELZ AUCTION
Fine arts, jewellery and silver up for auction in Johannesburg at end of July. (article published 2007-07-21) - Read more

ONE WORLD FESTIVAL BUSINESS FORUM
Component of One World Festival aimed at building bridges between New Orleans and Durban. (article published 2007-07-21) - Read more

ANDRÉ THE HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
High voltage humour from popular entertainer as he returns to Durban. (article published 2007-07-21) - Read more

NATIONAL THEATRE AND DANCE RESEARCH
SATI to provide platform for theatre practitioners to discuss and exchange ideas on the future of the sector. (article published 2007-07-21) - Read more

INTERFACE ANIMATION FESTIVAL
Durban-based project now discontinued and handed over to Cape Town Design Indaba Expo. (article published 2007-07-20) - Read more

WORKSHOP FOR ARTS JOURNALISTS
One-week Women’s Month workshop for female writers to be held in Newtown from August 20-24. (article published 2007-07-20) - Read more

DJ COLLEEN SHANNON
“World’s sexiest DJ“ to grace Eighties Night Club on July 21. (article published 2007-07-12) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #36
This time Bev’s mind ranges from ”The Rustle of Spring” to a Russell of a different ilk - in Autumn! (article published 2007-07-12) - Read more

DINOSAURS
Ferocious creatures from the past head for Gold Reef City Theme Park. (article published 2007-07-4) - Read more

CASUAL DAY
Make a difference to those less privileged by buying a Casual Day sticker. (article published 2007-07-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #177
Groote Post vineyards introduce glass stopper and Pernod Ricard donate trees for the greening of Soweto. (article published 2007-07-1) - Read more

KZN ARTS IMBIZO
Arts practitioners invited to attend arts Imbizo to be held in Durban. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA WINNERS
Winners of the tenth annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2007-06-29) - Read more

IFA LETHU FASHION
Winning designs from Karen Monk Klijnstra/Steve Mandy, Bonga Bhengu, Vino Moodley and Gugu Msimang for heritage project. (article published 2007-06-27) - Read more

FUGARD PATRON FOR ACT
Fugard follows Mandela as Patron of Arts & Culture Trust. (article published 2007-06-27) - Read more

DURBAN SHINES AT CHELSEA FLOWER SHOW
The City of Durban’s stand makes major impact at annual international flower show. (article published 2007-06-24) - Read more

VODACOM JOURNALIST AWARDS
VODACOM announces launch of sixth annual award competition. (article published 2007-06-23) - Read more

LUVUYO ART CENTRE
Vusi Shashu’s Dedicated Artists establish new art centre in Clermont. (article published 2007-06-23) - Read more

MO MAGIC
A scientist’s ingenuity and an artist’s passion working together produce Mo Magic. (article published 2007-06-20) - Read more

ONE NIGHT IN HAVANA
Billy the Bum’s to transport you deep into the heart of Latin America. (article published 2007-06-20) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY LECTURE
Peter Dewar to give talk on "Pretty Witty Nell" (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

ECR HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
East Coast Radio House & Garden Show 2007 showcases hot trends on home and lifestyle front. (article published 2007-06-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #176
As it’s midwinter, it’s time to turn our thoughts to brandy. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

PENDORING 2007 ENTRIES INVITED
Pendoring annually awards excellent creations in Afrikaans. (article published 2007-06-18) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL 2007
Playhouse hosts showcase for the impact women make on the lives of South Africans. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Lifestyle update at Winter School during the National Arts Festival. (article published 2007-06-17) - Read more

SANLAM SA FASHION WEEK
Sanlam SA Fashion Week attracts top designers and controversial international brand pioneer. (article published 2007-06-16) - Read more

COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRES LOGO
R15,000 up for grabs in Arts & Culture Department competition. (article published 2007-06-13) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND # 35
This month Bev’s musing revolves around the 13th letter of the alphabet, as the Month of May draws to a close … (article published 2007-06-13) - Read more

BEAD EXTRAVAGANZA
Myriad of exquisite designs and colours from Vera Dubin and Anna Moshal. (article published 2007-06-13) - Read more

VIVA L’ARTISTE
Le Domaine to highlight artistic heritage from June 11 to 17. (article published 2007-06-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #175
Six distinguished red wines, some produced in small quantities presented to private tasting group. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

THAILAND EXHIBITIONS
Experience tantalising Thailand in Durban and Cape Town. (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

DIONYSUS IN THE WINELANDS
An International Theatre Conference in Stellenbosch (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

DURBAN WILD TALK AFRICA
Premier international film festival and conference (article published 2007-06-3) - Read more

CALL FOR NAC ARTISTIC ADVISORY PANELLISTS
Public nominations invited for panellists in various disciplines. (article published 2007-06-1) - Read more

EVITA FOR PRESIDENT
Pieter-Dirk Uys aids Evita Bezuidenhout’s campaign to be the next President of South Africa. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-05-31) - Read more

EVITA FOR PRESIDENT
Entertaining but if you’re looking for the kind of satire that will make you cringe - and think - you will not find it here. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2007-05-31) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #34
This month Bev is musing about how the encounter with her “Big Boulder” led to her Becoming Bolder! (article published 2007-05-27) - Read more

ARTISTS AGAINST ANIMAL ABUSE
Durban 031 Productions present music fundraiser at Burn Nightclub on May 26. (article published 2007-05-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #174
Nederburg Auction to take place in September and Nederburg Chardonnay chosen best in its class by the Wine of the Month club. (article published 2007-05-20) - Read more

BRYAN HILL AT TEATRO (CORRECTED STORY)
Apologies all round for naming the wrong hotel in my previous article on General Manager of the new Teatro theatre at Montecasino. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-05-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #173
Wacky weekend in the Western Cape well worth a visit. (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

BASA SEMINAR ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Art organisations invited to attend seminar on Corporate Governance and role of Board and Management in Arts Organizations. (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

BASA SEMINAR ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Art organisations invited to attend seminar on Corporate Governance and role of Board and Management in Arts Organizations. (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

INVITATION TO ENTER INNOVATIONTOWN AWARDS
innovationTOWN calls for innovators to enter awards at www.innovationtown.co.za (article published 2007-05-15) - Read more

BRYAN HILL AT TEATRO
It’s a real honest-to-God theatre! says General Manager of the new Teatro theatre at Montecasino. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-05-14) - Read more

DAVID NEWTON: POLITICALLY INCORRECT
Enjoyable stand-up comedian returns to Catalina. (Review by Tom Lucas) (article published 2007-05-12) - Read more

LADIES AND GENTS
New theatre piece at Kwasuka Cutting Edge Theatre needs toning down to extract the humour. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-05-10) - Read more

NATAL COLONIAL MILITARY UNIFORMS
Scottish-born military uniform illustrator Andy May exhibits at MACS. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2007-05-9) - Read more

NATAL COLONIAL MILITARY UNIFORMS
Exhibition by military uniform illustrator at MACS in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2007-05-7) - Read more

THE ART OF STAMPS
Search for new talent by Post Office to design postage stamps. (article published 2007-04-28) - Read more

KWAMASHU: STILL MY HOME
Documentary by Edmund Mhlongo currently being shot in KwaMashu. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-04-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #172
Many wines from the Cape continue to earn high praise from the experts in the overseas markets. (article published 2007-04-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #33
This month Bev is musing about two Gs, a D and a High E - not to mention the five Cs becoming six! (article published 2007-04-13) - Read more

AUCTION OF DECORATIVE ARTS AND JEWELLERY
Stephan Welz and Sotheby’s to conduct auction of fine and decorative arts, jewels and books in Johannesburg. (article published 2007-04-13) - Read more

UNDRESSING DURBAN
Alternative guidebook to Durban recently launched at the time of the Writers Festival. (article published 2007-04-13) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS LECTURE
Desmond Colbourne discusses French Riviera in Art at Pietermaritzburg gathering. (article published 2007-04-11) - Read more

EAST MEETS WEST
Exciting Cultural Crossover Fashion Show at Imbizo Centre, Sibaya. (article published 2007-04-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES # 171
The crown on Meerendal wines commemorates a pre-republican event. (article published 2007-04-6) - Read more

DANGEROUS CREATURES
Feel the fear at new exhibit at uShaka Marine World. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-04-6) - Read more

LIFE CHECK
Monthly showcase of young talent based on hip hop live performance at BAT Centre. (article published 2007-04-6) - Read more

AFRICAN PIRATE DINNER ADVENTURE
Phantom Ship hosts band of renegade pirates and dancers every Friday. (article published 2007-04-3) - Read more

NAC APPOINTS NEW CEO
National Arts Council of SA appoints Seelan Naidoo as CEO until March 2008. (article published 2007-04-3) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #76
Hamlet Revisited. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2007-04-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #170
Veritas Wine Awards hold show in Durban for the first time. (article published 2007-03-30) - Read more

WINTER SCHOOL ON 2007 NAF
United voices of art! Pleasure with a healing purpose for NAF in Grahamstown. (article published 2007-03-27) - Read more

BARNYARD BEATLEMANIA
Beatle tribute for Gateway’s Barnyard Theatre. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

ANDREW WALFORD EVENTS
Well-known potter opens his studio over Easter and has exhibition at Tinley Manor. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

KWA-THANKS
Kwasuka Cutting Edge Theatre gets off the ground courtesy of many helping hands. (article published 2007-03-25) - Read more

ICC DURBAN ARENA UNVEILED
Over 2,500 attend launch of new Indoor Arena. (article published 2007-03-24) - Read more

ICC DURBAN ARENA UNVEILED
Over 2,500 attend launch of new Indoor Arena. (article published 2007-03-24) - Read more

JUSTIN BONELLO
Cooking up a storm at Splashy. (article published 2007-03-24) - Read more

GRAND-PA’S 90TH BIRTHDAY
Submission Deadline for Grand-Pa Art Competition extended to March 27. (article published 2007-03-24) - Read more

MUSINGS # 32
Bev extends a Bow (Bough?) to Bala Brothers by making a Prediction of the Pulé Persuasion… (article published 2007-03-18) - Read more

TALA BRIDAL FAIR EXTRAVAGANZA
Tala Game Reserves to present over 100 bridal exhibitors. (article published 2007-03-18) - Read more

MICHAEL ATKINSON BIRTHDAY TRIBUTE
Legendary stage, film, television and radio actor Michael Atkinson turns 80 at the Baxter Theatre. (article published 2007-03-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #169
Top marks at private wine tasting to the Jordan Cobblers Hill of 2003. (article published 2007-03-13) - Read more

VERITAS
South Africa’s largest and oldest wine show to be held in Durban for the first time. (article published 2007-03-8) - Read more

DECOREX SA
Decorex KZN to take place from March 21 to 25 at ICC Durban. (article published 2007-03-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #168
Elgin Vintners release three reds, plus a new vintage of their sauvignon blanc. (article published 2007-03-4) - Read more

AWAKENING RAW TALENT
Entertainment workshops to be held at Glenwood Boys High School. (article published 2007-03-4) - Read more

JEEVA RAJGOPAUL EXHIBITION
Photographic essay at Ike’s Books and Collectables. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

HISTORY CHANNEL PROJECT
Television Channel seeks to bring South African history alive through photographic project. (article published 2007-02-24) - Read more

SEEKING REFUGE EXHIBITION
Tastefully presented exhibition notable for its forgiving manner in many ways. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-02-21) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #31
Bev Pulé kicks off the year musing yet again about Music and Movies – those of the Must-See-Must-Hear Variety. (article published 2007-02-21) - Read more

KENTRIDGE & WINE FOR MAGIC FLUTE
Collect your Kentridge on a fine wine. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES #167
Relatively new winery with distinctly unusual winemaking operation produces three new wines. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

CULTURAL CROSSOVER FASHION SHOW
Call for Designers for exciting Cultural Crossover Fashion Show at Sibaya. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

SA PUBLISHER FINALIST
Solomon Solani Ngobeni is the 2007 Young Publishing Entrepreneur in South Africa. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

JUNGLE BOOK AUDITIONS
KickstArt to hold auditions for forthcoming July holiday spectacular. (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

MAPULA EMBROIDERY
Brenda Schmahmann focuses on Embroidery and Empowerment in the Winterveld. (Review by Marianne Meijer) (article published 2007-02-16) - Read more

DEATH OF ROBERT KIRBY
Well-known satirist and playwright dies after a long illness. (Tribute by Caroline Smart) (article published 2007-02-12) - Read more

DOWN WITH THE BROWN
Enjoyable and amusing humour from Canadian comedian Sugar Sammy at Sibaya. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2007-02-12) - Read more

USHAKA BUMPER FIGURES
Highly successful holiday season breaks records for uShaka Marine World. (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

WAVE OF COMEDY AT EST
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre to host a number of comedy shows. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2007-02-11) - Read more

HELGE JANSSEN
Popular arts all-rounder to dj at RE:PLAY. (article published 2007-02-7) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #30
Bev kicks off the New Year with a wondrous musical “find”, in the form of yet another magnificent album from the beautiful AND talented Welsh mezzo-soprano, Katherine Jenkins… (article published 2007-02-7) - Read more

ICC DURBAN ARENA OPENING
Countdown has begun for March 20 opening of R460 million world-class ICC Durban Arena. (article published 2007-02-7) - Read more

LOTUS FM COMPETITION
Poetry and short story competition offers big prizes for both writers and listeners. (article published 2007-02-5) - Read more

STRICTLY COME DANCING
Celebrities pair up with professional dancers in popular UK TV show on BBC Prime. (article published 2007-02-5) - Read more

CHRIS SEABROOKE THEATRE @ DHS
Construction underway for 120-seater theatre at Durban High School. (article published 2007-01-30) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #166
Champagne, Methode Cap Classique and Graham Beck. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

IDEAS FOR KWASUKA
Scheduling for Kwasuka Theatre underway and projects and ideas are invited. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

BOB MARLEY: "A LIFE IN PHOTOGRAPHS"
Photographic exhibition featuring 100 colour and black and white photographs for DAG. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

FRENCH PRESENCE IN KZN
Durban University of Technology cultural tourism research development project. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

BRYAN HILL FOR TEATRO
Key theatre appointment sets the stage for industry’s growth. (article published 2007-01-28) - Read more

DEATH OF M S ROY
Well-known Durban press photographer dies in Durban at the age of 71. (article published 2007-01-26) - Read more

DEATH OF M S ROY
Well-known Durban press photographer dies in Durban at the age of 71. (article published 2007-01-26) - Read more

AUTISM MASS MEETING
People with autism, parents of autistic children, caregivers and educators invited to meeting on February 3. (article published 2007-01-26) - Read more

DOWN WITH THE BROWN
Sugar Sammy stars in comedy show at Sibaya with Loyiso Gola as support act. (article published 2007-01-23) - Read more

VESPA COMPETITION
Design time is on your side but deadline looms! (article published 2007-01-22) - Read more

AWARD FOR TERRY SCOTT
Leading Durban hairstylist joins five other international stylists to forecast trends for Wella. (article published 2007-01-22) - Read more

SEEKING REFUGE
Compelling exhibition debuts at Durban Jewish Centre with accompanying concerts. (article published 2007-01-21) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #28
Apologies for the omission of this article which should have gone out before Christmas! (article published 2007-01-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #165
Anthony Rawbone-Viljoen broadens his estate to produce wine. (article published 2007-01-19) - Read more

DRAW MANGA
Book on comic drawing gives hope that any artistically challenged person - like me! - can learn to draw. (Review by Kate MacIldowie) (article published 2007-01-14) - Read more

ROUND THE BEND
Modern troubadour with a camera, telling his stories of journeys through Southern Africa, in the last two years. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2007-01-13) - Read more

COSMO MAFOTI
Exhibition of life-sized wire wild animals in Durban Botanic Gardens. (article published 2007-01-10) - Read more

DURBAN SCOOPS TROPHIES IN NASHVILLE
Five Durban dancers walk away with accolades in World’s Country Western dance championships. (article published 2007-01-9) - Read more

DURBAN SCOOPS TROPHIES IN NASHVILLE
Five Durban dancers walk away with accolades in World’s Country Western dance championships. (article published 2007-01-9) - Read more

UBUNTU
Colleen Roberts of Village Quilters discusses the quilt created for the YMCA 16th World Congress. (article published 2007-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best to artSMart regular readers and visitors for 2007! (article published 2006-12-31) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND # 28
Bev takes a look at the female group Celtic Woman. (article published 2006-12-30) - Read more

LOST FOR WORDS
You will no longer be lost for words with this book. (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2006-12-29) - Read more

A JUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE
One of the most enchanting book for youngsters to come my way in 2006. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-12-29) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #29
As the so-called Silly Season draws to its close, Bev shares some of the titbits that have tickled her fancy during 2006 and pays tribute to someone VERY special in her life… (article published 2006-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
The artSMart team wishes all readers and advertisers a happy Christmas. (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

STUART MEY PAYS TRIBUTE TO WAYNE DELPORT
Dockyard owner and director pays tribute to Wayne Douglas Delport (article published 2006-12-25) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO MARJORIE CHASE
Ice skating legend made major contribution to Durban entertainment scene. (article published 2006-12-24) - Read more

SPILLER’S WHARF
Building has started at new food and lifestyle centre near Port Shepstone. (article published 2006-12-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND # 27
This time Bev is musing on Cantor Cliff the Venerable Viticulturist… (article published 2006-12-24) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #75
Wellness for all. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2006-12-23) - Read more

MUSEOLOGY MADE EASY
SAMA transformation training programme at Mooi River in January. (article published 2006-12-18) - Read more

DEATH OF TALIEP PETERSON
Cape Town theatre personality murdered in his own home by robbers. (article published 2006-12-18) - Read more

DEATH OF MARJORIE CHASE
Legendary figure in Durban ice skating circles dies aged 98. (article published 2006-12-18) - Read more

REWARD FOR RECOVERY
Jack Todd offers reward for successful recovery of music equipment. (article published 2006-12-18) - Read more

UMHLANGA SUMMER CARNIVAL
Action-packed holiday fun-filled week from December 17 to 24. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2006
Business sponsors of the arts invited to enter awards for innovative and effective sponsorship. (article published 2006-12-15) - Read more

LIGHT ON A HILL
Angela Buckland’s photographs of the Constitutional Court are intimate, the detail immaculate. (Review by Andrew Verster) (article published 2006-12-13) - Read more

DOLPHINS BY STARLIGHT
uShaka Marine World to host Christmas Carol celebration with the Sea World Dolphins. (article published 2006-12-13) - Read more

MUSINGS #26
This time Bev’s musings have her pitting the musical world’s Passionate Patrizio against the small screen’s Doctor McDreamy in the love stakes… (article published 2006-12-4) - Read more

LET DURBAN LAUGH
Ethekwini Municipality features internationally acclaimed and celebrated performers and comedians. (article published 2006-12-4) - Read more

LUTHULI MUSEUM
One of the north coast’s best-kept secrets situated at Groutville. (article published 2006-12-3) - Read more

PIATTO AT THE PLAYHOUSE
New Mediterranean kitchen now operating from Playhouse complex. (article published 2006-12-3) - Read more

A COMMON THREAD
Pietermaritzburg's MACS offers annual alternative shopping experience. (article published 2006-12-3) - Read more

PHILIPPART AND ANJA
Slick, highly entertaining, very visual and extremely amusing hour-plus of humour, magic and song. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

2006 PRINCE CLAUS AWARDS
Iranian graphic designer Reza Abedini wins prestigious cultural award. (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

OUR STORY MAGIC
Gcina Mhlophe launches collection of children’s stories. (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

LIGHT ON A HILL
New book celebrates Constitutional Court. (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

DANCE4LIFE
Local artists rock the stage for Dance4Life youth. (article published 2006-12-2) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #164
Pinot noir chosen as the theme for private wine group’s Christmas tasting. (article published 2006-11-29) - Read more

DTA WINNERS
The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards recognises excellence in the Durban theatre industry. (article published 2006-11-28) - Read more

THIRTY THREE FOR VESTIGE
Slingshot Productions presents “A Nite Out” Session with one of SA’s top rock acts. (article published 2006-11-23) - Read more

DEATH OF KENNETH HENDEL
Veteran actor and broadcaster dies in Johannesburg at the age of 75. (article published 2006-11-23) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARD NOMINATIONS
The list of nominations for The Mercury Durban Theatre Awards 2005-2006. (article published 2006-11-20) - Read more

A SOUTH AFRICAN STORY
Research/documentary photographer Mathew Willman to give presentation in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-11-15) - Read more

TRENDS AND SCHEMES IN INTERIOR DECORATION
Meryl Edwards discusses how to give your home a facelift without spending a fortune. (article published 2006-11-15) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #2
This time Bev continues Musing on Marvellous Musicians, in particular the Perfidy of Patrizio versus the Versatility of Vittorio … (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Get out your feather boas and sparkly tiaras for Durban’s annual glitzy “Oscars” night. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

BREAD AHEAD IN PMB
New venue at old Braai & Bake in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #24
This time Bev is Concentrating on Considering Candidly the Current Crop of Crooners… (article published 2006-11-5) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #161
On its own merlot makes a lovely wine and this was very clear at a recent gathering of our private tasting group. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

KARAOKE AT KRAKATOA
Fun new night out with Karaoke evenings at Sibaya. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

THE MERCURY DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Fourth annual glitzy Durban Theatre Awards welcomes The Mercury as its media partner. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

SUHAYL BALLIM
Young Durban architect, Suhayl Ballim, is the winner of the unconventional architectural design competition, UrbanPlayMobile. (article published 2006-10-29) - Read more

NOTTINGHAM ROAD PINK FESTIVAL
First annual “Pink Festival” offers a weekend of extravagance, music, theatre, dance and magical meandering! (article published 2006-10-23) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #160
Subtle nuances of winemaking well illustrated in background to latest white wine released by Clos Malverne. (article published 2006-10-18) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business sponsors invited to enter the 2006 Business Day/BASA Awards for innovative and effective sponsorship of the arts. (article published 2006-10-18) - Read more

HALLOWEEN AT USHAKA
Ushaka Marine World to host Halloween Party. (article published 2006-10-18) - Read more

MUSINGS # 23
This time Bev tells us of her Enjoyable Evening with Eva… (article published 2006-10-16) - Read more

EDITORIAL ON HOLD FOR A WHILE
artSMart editor out of action for a while. (article published 2006-10-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #159
Something reassuring about this dedicated, long-term family Middelvlei operation. (article published 2006-10-2) - Read more

LION KING AUDITIONS
Auditions for a role in The Lion King take place in Durban on September 27 and 28. (article published 2006-09-26) - Read more

RED EYE TRANSFORM
Transform the city spaces as we know them on September 29 at the Durban Art Gallery. (article published 2006-09-25) - Read more

MXO for REDWIRE
LEVI'S® REDWIRE™ DLX Jeans (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

SA WEEK EXHIBITION IN PRAGUE
Twenty five Durbanites in Czech Republic showcasing their skills. (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

ICC ‘BEST IN AFRICA’
ICC voted ‘Africa’s Leading Conference Centre’ for the sixth consecutive year. (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

NEWCASTLE ART IN THE PARK
Fun day for crafters, artists, musicians and other entertaining acts. (article published 2006-09-23) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #74
Ulysses Online looks at the word “well”! (article published 2006-09-21) - Read more

UNDER ETHEKWINI SKIES
Celebrate cultural diversity on Heritage Day at uShaka Marine World. (article published 2006-09-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #158
About 70 enthusiasts turn out for De Wetshof Estate tasting. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #22
This time Bev muses about the Rustle of Spring (supposedly) in the air and then a Russell of a different ilk … (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

SEMINAR ON DRAMA & RELIGION
Call for Papers for international seminar to be held in Tehran. (article published 2006-09-12) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND# 21
This time Bev is musing about the Bountiful Blessings Bestowed on and by Bocelli… (article published 2006-09-11) - Read more

SIBONGILE KHUMALO FOR NAF
The National Arts Festival, Grahamstown announces new appointment. (article published 2006-09-11) - Read more

POST OF LITERARY MANAGER
Market Theatre in Johannesburg is looking for a Literary Manager to join its Artistic Team. (article published 2006-09-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #157
Blind wine tasting offers interesting results. (article published 2006-09-7) - Read more

SUNFLOWER CHARITY DAY
Fundraising carnival of home-grown fashion, fun and music at uShaka. (article published 2006-09-3) - Read more

KZN JOURNALISM AWARDS
Khwezi community radio takes two KZN journalism awards. (article published 2006-09-2) - Read more

RED EYE: TRANSFORM!
Call for visual artists, designers, video artists, performers, installation artists and other creative Artists for September 29. (article published 2006-08-26) - Read more

SPRING AFFAIR
Flowers through Club de Vie at Le Domaine in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

AGRARIAN MARKET
Hornby Lifestyle Centre in Assagay offers fine craft and gourmet food products. (article published 2006-08-25) - Read more

14TH HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Head for the hills for the annual festival at Hilton College. (Report by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2006-08-22) - Read more

K-SPRAY STENCIL COMPETITION
Graffiti style canvas for K-Swiss offering budding artists a unique challenge. (article published 2006-08-21) - Read more

MARTIN WHITE IN NZ
Former member of the Deez M Beez (article published 2006-08-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #156
Jordan family of Stellenbosch successfully completed transition from shoemakers to winemakers. (article published 2006-08-15) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANERING MIND #20
Bev Pulè muses on being a Firm Fan of the Delightful Dakota (Fanning) of Film Fame … (article published 2006-08-15) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS LECTURE
Professor Brian Kearney of the University of Natal to discuss Colonial Architecture in Natal. (article published 2006-08-13) - Read more

THE PROP HOUSE AUCTION
Numerous movie props go under the hammer at unusual auction. (article published 2006-08-13) - Read more

ACT AWARDS 2006
Call for Nominations for The Arts & Culture Trust ACT Awards 2006. (article published 2006-08-8) - Read more

REACH FOR A DREAM APPLICATIONS
Reach for a Dream calls for applications for project bringing entertainers to children in hospital. (article published 2006-08-6) - Read more

CALL FOR AMA
Deadline for next grant review session for Art Moves Africa (AMA) is September 1. (article published 2006-08-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #155
Moreson, has become one of the Cape’s most consistent producers of premium wines. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

ACT NEW PARTNERSHIP
New partnership for Arts and Culture Trust Awards 2006. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

THE WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Annual event at Hilton College promises dazzling line-up of events. (article published 2006-08-5) - Read more

ESKOM DESIGN COMPETITION
Less than a month left to design a winning lamp! (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

I CAPULETI E I MONTECCHI
Andrew Verster to design costumes for Opera Africa’s presentation of Bellini’s “Romeo and Juliet” at The State Theatre. (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #19
Bev Pulé focuses on the Madness (or Miracle?) of Modern-day Music. (article published 2006-08-1) - Read more

RAEESA MOHAMED
Drama programmes on Lotus FM. (Interview by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-07-29) - Read more

TOKOLOSHE COME & GO!
Neon Anthems bring fun and quirky tales of Africa to the Catalina. (article published 2006-07-29) - Read more

ANDRE THE HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
Popular hypnotist returns to Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. (article published 2006-07-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #154
Timely reminder to the wine industry that the pockets of wine drinkers are not endlessly deep. (article published 2006-07-23) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY
Annual event attracts thousands of budding entrepreneurs. (article published 2006-07-21) - Read more

CENTRE FOR ART AND CULTURE LAUNCH
University Of Zululand officially launches its centre for arts and culture at Ongove. (article published 2006-07-20) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #18
This time Bev’s doing some more Musing on being Mesmerised by Marvellous Musicians… (article published 2006-07-17) - Read more

UNVEILING JESUS CHRIST
Fascinating read for anybody wishing to know about the controlling forces beyond our senses. (article published 2006-07-17) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #7
This time Bev Pulé takes us on a musical meander as she lets us in on the Secret Garden. (article published 2006-07-13) - Read more

DURBAN DESIGNER COLLECTION 2006
Melting pot of cultural fusion to take place in August at N-Shed. (article published 2006-07-11) - Read more

THE NATIONAL LOTTERIES BOARD
National Lotteries Board clarifies issues around roleplayers and process of distributing funds. (article published 2006-07-7) - Read more

VEGAS REVEALED
Dancing and singing talent burst onto the iZulu Theatre stage at Sibaya for non-stop extravaganza. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-07-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #153
New range of wines from Van Loveren called Five’s Reserve. (article published 2006-07-3) - Read more

DURBAN DESIGNER COLLECTION 2006
Melting pot of cultural fusion to take place in August in N-Shed. (article published 2006-07-2) - Read more

WINNIE THE POOH
AA Milne’s delightful tale brought to life with fun and gusto. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-06-29) - Read more

LE DOMAINE
Cheers Comedy and whisky tasting at Hillcrest venue. (article published 2006-06-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #16
This time Bev muses about the Perks of Parks and Pools – Public versus Private … (article published 2006-06-21) - Read more

PETER HALL
Wilderness artist and photographer to give talk for the Decorative Arts Society. (article published 2006-06-19) - Read more

KRAKATOA LADIES NIGHT
Damon Beard features gorgeous, fit hunky guys in fun evening at Sibaya. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE APPOINTMENTS
Playhouse Council new appointments. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

MINISTER LEADS CONTINGENCY TO GERMANY
Minister ZP Jordan leads heavyweight contingency of musicians, dancers, poets, crafts into Germany. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

MILLER MATOLA FOR ICC
Tourism KZN boss appointed CEO of ICC Durban. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

ART AND ABOUT
Gateway's Kizo Art Gallery to make superb splash of colour at East Coast Radio House and Garden Show. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

CHRISTIE'S AT HOUSE & GARDEN
Hidden Treasure at East Coast Radio House and Garden Show. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

ACT SUPPORT
ACT announces R1 million support for 31 Projects. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

CREATING PATTERNS
Alyce Defty’s book now available at DUT. (article published 2006-06-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #152
Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival to come to Durban. (article published 2006-06-12) - Read more

SUCCESSFUL FUCHS APPLICANTS
Fuchs Foundation and PANSA announce successful applicants. (article published 2006-06-12) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #73
Use it or lose it. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

ECR HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
Latest home and lifestyle products and trends to be under the spotlight at Durban Exhibition Centre. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

WINTER JAMZ
TNT Entertainment and East Coast Radio to host biggest Winter Warmth party ever at Krakatoa. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

DOLL EXHIBITION
Exhibition of dolls and paintings of dolls at MACS House in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-06-11) - Read more

DEATH OF MICHAEL LOVEGROVE
CEO of the South African State Theatre dies in Pretoria. (article published 2006-06-8) - Read more

DESIGN ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR AWARD
Calling South African Design Entrepreneurs. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

BUZZART
KZNSA invites quality, good craftsmanship for Christmas Exhibition 2006. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS WINNERS
Bean Bag Bohemia among the winners of the Ninth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2006-06-2) - Read more

NASHUA ART IN THE PARK
South Africa’s largest open air art exhibition to run in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-05-29) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #151
Recent releases from Clos Malverne near Stellenbosch. (article published 2006-05-29) - Read more

GATEWAY FATHER’S DAY
KZN Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates Father’s Day at the Palm Court. (article published 2006-05-28) - Read more

BASA SUPPORTS FRINGE
Business and Arts South Africa make special grant available for the 2006 National Arts Festival. (article published 2006-05-28) - Read more

THE GOLDEN RUN
Those with memories of the Union-Castle ships - and any ship-lover - will relish this book. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2006-05-28) - Read more

VISIT OF DECORATIVE ARTS SPECIALIST
Joy McCall from Christie’s in London to provide verbal valuations on June 7 and 8. (article published 2006-05-28) - Read more

DEATH OF RODNEY BATHFIELD
Award-winning wedding photographer dies in Durban at the age of 54. (article published 2006-05-27) - Read more

DEATH OF ANTHONY FARMER
Leading light in South African history of theatre design dies aged 86. (article published 2006-05-24) - Read more

THE INDIAN IN DRUM IN THE ’FIFTIES
Durban Art Gallery to host exhibition of images from watershed 50’s South African magazine. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

QUEEN ELIZABETH’S BIRTHDAY LUNCH
Special lunch to honour the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

NUNU PEPÉ
Launch of winter luxury handbag range on June 8. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

FRENCH PRESENCE IN KZN
Various events held to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the launch of La Route du Prince Imperial, Louis Napoleon. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

DANCING TO A DIFFERENT RHYTHM
Zebra publishes fascinating life story of Zarina Maharaj, wife of struggle activist and former cabinet minister Mac Maharaj. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #15
Bev Pulé muses about a Firm and Fabulous Friendship. (article published 2006-05-21) - Read more

BARRY HILTON FESTIVAL
Lightning speed repertoire from excellent stand-up comic who does not resort to insult gags. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-05-18) - Read more

GAYNOR IN WOOLWORTHS
Durban actress forms part of ongoing advertising campaign. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-05-18) - Read more

RISING STAR WORKSHOP
Holiday drama and theatre workshop for Rising Star theatre school. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

WALDORF MOONLIGHT MARKET
Crafts, good food and music at market in Assegay. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

LIVING WITH ANTIQUES
National Antiques and Decorative Arts Faire taking place in July at the Sandton Convention Centre. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

BEADED ALOE PROJECT
High end designer planters from Umcebo/Obbligato. (article published 2006-05-16) - Read more

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUMS DAY
Talana Museum in Dundee to host museum tours and entertainment. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

HILARY HOPE GUISE
University of Cambridge lecturer in Art History to be guest speaker for Decorative Arts. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

BENONI FESTIVAL
Northfield invites crafters, artists, woodworkers and designers to first annual art and craft festival. (article published 2006-05-15) - Read more

NORTHLANDS IDOLS
Competition for Northlands Girls High School learners. (article published 2006-05-13) - Read more

MUSIC IN MAY
Baynesfield Estate to hosting all-day entertainment for Mother’s Day. (article published 2006-05-13) - Read more

HOLMES BROTHERS LAUNCH
Durban design duo’s range features items made in conjunction with Umcebo Trust. (article published 2006-05-11) - Read more

SUNCOAST FOR MOTHERS
Mother’s Day at Suncoast Casino to feature portrait artists working live. (article published 2006-05-11) - Read more

FNB CRAFT NOW 2006
FNB Craft Now 2006: getting near closing date for entries. (article published 2006-05-11) - Read more

SANLAM SA FASHION WEEK
Showcase of the full spectrum of South African up and coming designers. (article published 2006-05-9) - Read more

I AM A CABINETMAKER
Contemporary furniture by Robert Scott at Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg. (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

DURBAN CLINCHES INDABA
SA Tourism announces that Durban will host Indaba for another three years. (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #14
Bev Pulé Reflects on Rules, Rites & Rituals – from the Risqué to the Ridiculous … (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

ARTISTIC DESTINATION GRAHAMSTOWN
Time to plan a trip to the Eastern Cape and experience the best of SA arts and culture. (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

BARRY HILTON FESTIVAL
Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom to present South Africa's favourite funny man. (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

BARRY HILTON FESTIVAL
Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom to present South Africa's favourite funny man. (article published 2006-05-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #150
Boston-based group of women of colour make fascinating speakers at opening of Nederburg wine auction. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

ACT CALL FOR INFORMATION
ACT compiles list of formal and informal academic institutions offering training in arts, culture and heritage. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

I AM A CABINETMAKER
Exhibition of furniture by master craftsman Robert Scott at Tatham in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

ARTIFACTS FROM INDIA
Unique textiles and embroideries to dyed and printed fabrics from Rajasthan exhibited in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

EXHIBITION OF EMBROIDERIES
Work made by female offenders in the Correctional Service prison in Kimberley on view in Pietermaritzburg Gallery. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

OLD STUFF
Umcebo Trust welcomes old CD’s and costume jewellery. (article published 2006-05-2) - Read more

BONISA OPEN DAY
Bonisa Gallery’s next Open Day to feature portrait paintings by the late Rosalind Chidell Braby. (article published 2006-04-30) - Read more

ELGAR THE CYCLIST
Fascinating book by Kevin Allen sees different side to composer Edward Elgar. (article published 2006-04-30) - Read more

POSITIVE HOPE HEALING AND COMPASSION
International and South African icons of music, fashion, cuisine and art come together in unparalleled Aids fundraising event at Sun City. (article published 2006-04-29) - Read more

WIN FOR MLU
Dynamic young Durban artist wins coveted MTN New Contemporaries Award 2006. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

CHILDREN’S CHOIR NEEDS SUPPORT
Pietermaritzburg Children's Choir needs sponsorship for underprivileged members for European tour. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

ISPA CONFERENCE FOR PLAYHOUSE
The Playhouse Company to host international arts congress in 2008. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS NOMINEES
The Art of Business Sponsorship - Nominees for the Ninth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2006-04-25) - Read more

IMAGINE AT HILLCREST
Gallery and book shop situated in charming surroundings of Heritage Market. (article published 2006-04-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #13
Bev Pulé Muses on Music that has Moved her - Most Markedly different songs dwelling on the Madness of war… (article published 2006-04-24) - Read more

ART IN THE PARK IN DURBS
Golden Hours Market to host open-air exhibition. (article published 2006-04-23) - Read more

NAKED PART ONE
Put on your stylish party best for Naked Part One with Peroni at BBB. (article published 2006-04-23) - Read more

REACH FOR THE STARS SHOWCASE
Training academy's first showcase of the year to take place at iZulu Theatre at Sibaya. (article published 2006-04-23) - Read more

DEATH OF DON JONES
Tribute written by Margaret von Klemperer (Courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

OPERATION DUDULA
Anti-Piracy campaign aimed at eradicating multi-billion rand illegal business. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

CREATIVE CLUSTERS 2006
Independent policy forum in UK invites presentations. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

ICC ARENA
Roof wetting of new area which now presents a world-class stadium. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

ROYAL BIOGRAPHIES
History Channel on DStv to present biographies of British and Monaco Royals. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

TECHNICOLOURED EXTENDED
Stand-up comedian and illusionist Stuart Taylor extends show at Catalina to end April. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

BLUE MONDAY PLATFORM
Youth initiative to get young people into the theatre has another popular gathering on April 24. (article published 2006-04-21) - Read more

ARTS MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM
Symposium for arts and culture structures, theatre managements, artist managers, booking agents, directors, agents and government officials. (article published 2006-04-17) - Read more

THE NEW LOOK PLAYHOUSE
Stunning plush renovated Playhouse foyer on a par with the best of Broadway and the West End. (Report by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-04-17) - Read more

TECHNICOLOURED
SA Comedy Magic Champion intersperses his stand-up routine with acts of illusion and magic. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-04-17) - Read more

RE-STORE NEW STOCK
Overport outlet offers new stock specially selected for Easter holidays. (article published 2006-04-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #149
32nd Nederburg wine auction produces prices which offer good news for consumer and the wine industry. (article published 2006-04-13) - Read more

LAUNCH OF MAMBA COMIX #4
Launch of popular magazine held at opening of Off the Wall Exhibition. (article published 2006-04-10) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #72
Exit the King, with attendants. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2006-04-10) - Read more

NAKED PART ONE
Event at BBB explores interaction of art styles in relaxed and innovative form. (article published 2006-04-9) - Read more

DURBAN POISON COMEDY ROADSHOW
Seasoned Durban comedy old-boys John Vlismas and Alyn Adams with newcomer Martin Jonas for Durban. (article published 2006-04-9) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #12
Bev Pulé muses about Slipping away to Secret Spaces of Sanctuary and Solitude… (article published 2006-04-6) - Read more

THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World hosts (Review by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2006-04-6) - Read more

A CIRCUS ADVENTURE (CORRECTED REVIEW)
Anthony Stonier makes his directorial debut in charming theatre piece for children. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-04-5) - Read more

A CIRCUS ADVENTURE
Anthony Stonier makes his directorial debut in charming theatre piece for children. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-04-5) - Read more

GET IT MAGAZINE
Caxton launches a series of publications. (article published 2006-04-4) - Read more

HON MRS WEZIWE G THUSI
The new MEC: Arts, Culture & Tourism for KZN was appointed on March 23. (article published 2006-04-4) - Read more

ST GEORGE’S DAY CELEBRATION
British Cultural & Heritage Association host annual feast at Greensleeves in Hillcrest. (article published 2006-04-4) - Read more

MOSCOW CIRCUS
Two hour spectacular family entertainment under a huge red and yellow tent. (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

WEDDING FLOWERS DEMONSTRATION
Fundraising breakfast demonstration in Hilton. (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2006
Winners of SM/Copydog Fools Awards 2006. (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURAL FAIR
116th Annual Mt Edgecombe Arts and Culture Fair. (article published 2006-04-3) - Read more

BOBBERT UNCUT
Lisa Bobbert excels in her one-woman 'This is Your Life' show which is brilliantly conceived and executed. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-04-2) - Read more

NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TEST
SABC 2 Challenges South Africa in biggest television quiz. (article published 2006-03-31) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #148
How long can you keep a bottle of South African red wine … and an introduction to wines from Wellington. (article published 2006-03-30) - Read more

LADIES NIGHTS AT KRAKATOA
East Coast Radio’s Damon Beard hosts a fun evening for women. (article published 2006-03-25) - Read more

SENSE OF AFRICA
Niki Moore launches South African perfume. (article published 2006-03-25) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
Leading contenders for the Fools Awards – but anything can happen between now and Sunday! (article published 2006-03-24) - Read more

TINA LE ROUX
Durban lighting designer’s life is looking good. (article published 2006-03-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #11
Bev Pulé Ponders on People who Populate Pools. (article published 2006-03-23) - Read more

RAIN
Music and puppets enhance ancient San myth. (article published 2006-03-23) - Read more

ART VESPA 2005 WINNER
Innovative campaign to design unique art Vespa. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Winter School programme on National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2006-03-20) - Read more

SHEER DESIGN
Michael McFadyean offers part-time Media Design Courses. (article published 2006-03-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #147
Latest addition from Jordan Winery in Stellenbosch and new auctioneer for Nederburg Wine Auction. (article published 2006-03-18) - Read more

RADIO DRAMA BACK ON SAFM
Anthony Akerman’s play about Robert Sobukwe heralds return to airwaves of radio drama in English. (article published 2006-03-18) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #71
A farrago. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2006-03-8) - Read more

BARLOWORLD ARTWORKS
Mentoring programme seeks business mentors for the arts. (article published 2006-03-7) - Read more

UNLIKELY
The South African Issue of Unlikely 2.0 is here! (article published 2006-03-7) - Read more

A CIRCUS ADVENTURE
Anthony Stonier to direct children’s theatre piece at iZulu Theatre. (article published 2006-03-7) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #10
Bev Pulè muses on Marvellous Movies from emotional tear-jerkers and spooky spine-chillers of days-of-yore to modern cynical satire. (article published 2006-03-6) - Read more

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
Students from DIT’s Design School to display forward thinking lighting designs at Decorex Kzn. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

CLUB COCA-COLA
Second edition of CLUB Coca-Cola series at nightspots in Johannesburg and Durban from March 2006. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

DEATH OF AUBREY LOUW
Major figure in the Computicket organisation passed away on February 24. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2006
Sunday Tribune SM comes on board as media partner for the 2006 Fools Awards. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

CEFF/PANSA CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Carl and Emily Fuchs Foundation in partnership with PANSA invite proposals for funding. (article published 2006-03-4) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #146
Blended whites at private wine tasting group. (article published 2006-02-28) - Read more

BONGANI FOR UNESCO
KZNPO’s CEO to play a significant role in groundbreaking conference in Portugal. (article published 2006-02-28) - Read more

EDWARD SAUNDERS
Edward Saunders lecture on Faberge Eggs for Decorative Arts Society. (article published 2006-02-20) - Read more

SEVEN ACRES FLOWERS
Exquisite floral art and unique interior design and décor next month in Kloof. (article published 2006-02-20) - Read more

IBOKI
Live installation by Peter van Heerden at the KZNSA deals with executions. (article published 2006-02-20) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #9
Bev Pulè Muses with Much Mirth on The Naughty Nineties and Comical Comparisons to Fever Pitch in Durban in the 21st Century. (article published 2006-02-19) - Read more

DRAMATIC LEARNING SPACES
Call for proposals/abstracts for University of KZN Pietermaritzburg conference in September. (article published 2006-02-19) - Read more

ROCK FROM RADIO TODAY
Independent community radio station plays real rock. (article published 2006-02-17) - Read more

WHAT’S UP AT THE SNEDDON?
Arts Editor of The Mercury, Billy Suter, reports on forthcoming events at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre. (Courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2006-02-16) - Read more

SEWING, KNITTING & CRAFTS WORKSHOP
Indulge your craft passion at annual showcase in March. (article published 2006-02-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #145
Paul Wallace of Wallovale Vineyards produces his first malbec wine. (article published 2006-02-15) - Read more

GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
Spectacular circus coming to Durban on March 24. (article published 2006-02-14) - Read more

SOCIAL DANCE CLASS
New Introductory Social Dance Class to take place at UKZN Staff Club on February 9. (article published 2006-02-8) - Read more

ESKOM LIGHTING DESIGN
Creative tech-boffins invited to enter exciting lighting design competition (article published 2006-02-7) - Read more

BLUE MONDAY PLATFORM
Next event at Catalina Theatre on March 6. (article published 2006-02-7) - Read more

OPTICAL ILLUSIONS
South African Quilters Guild exhibition at MACS in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2006-02-7) - Read more

PICASSO AND AFRICA
Johannesburg and Cape Town galleries host absorbing exhibition of works by Pablo Picasso. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-02-7) - Read more

ICC CEO APPOINTED ICCA REPRESENTATIVE
Alec Gilbert appointed International Convention and Conference Association board member to represent Africa/Middle East geographical region. (article published 2006-02-5) - Read more

PRIME PEOPLE
Two-part documentary on BBC Prime on DStv examines the presidency of Richard Nixon. (article published 2006-02-5) - Read more

STAR PORTRAITS
Well-known personalities have their portraits painted by professional artists in BBC Prime programme. (article published 2006-02-5) - Read more

STEF'S SIDESPLITTING HYPNOSIS
Good-natured hypnotist – and his volunteer audience members - offers a good evening’s entertainment. (Review by Maurice Kort) (article published 2006-02-3) - Read more

SPECIALS FROM IKE’S
Ike’s Books and Collectables has a wide ranging selection of art books on special in February. (article published 2006-02-2) - Read more

STEF THE HYPNOTIST
Effervescent entertainer to appear at Catalina Theatre in February. (article published 2006-02-2) - Read more

CHRISTIE’S VALUATIONS
Experts Laura Lindsay and Bernard Williams to provide free verbal valuations and advice to collectors. (article published 2006-02-1) - Read more

SASTS WORKING ADVENTURES
South African Students' Travel Service in search of South African drama queens! (article published 2006-02-1) - Read more

COMEDY EXPRESS
Joe Parker is joined by Eugene Khoza, Vittorio and Darren Maule at Krakatoa on February 8. (article published 2006-02-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #144
Viognier white grape forecast as the wine of the future. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

USHAKA KID’S PRICE PROMOTION
Adults can pay children’s prices at uShaka Marine World in six week promotion. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

RENATO PALMI RESEARCH PROJECT
Research project focuses on the home-based clothing industry in Durban. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

THE DEMON OF THE CURRY POWDERS
Struik Publishers and Adams Booksellers to launch book by Pieter Scholtz on February 15. (article published 2006-01-31) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #8
This time Bev Pulé muses on Firm Friendships and New Possibilities as she looks back down five decades – and wonders what the sixth might possibly bring! (article published 2006-01-30) - Read more

SANCTA POSTER COMPETITION
27th Annual SANCTA Festival 2006 invites entries for their poster competition. (article published 2006-01-24) - Read more

IMAGINATION LAB BURSARIES
Arts Bursaries available for the Imagination Lab. (article published 2006-01-24) - Read more

MAURITIUS
Michael Green reports on a recent trip to Mauritius. (article published 2006-01-23) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #7
Bev Pulé muses on Birthdays, Blessings, and Beneficence – and the Life Lessons we all experience in making our “journeys”. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

JUGGLING CONVENTION
10th Annual SA Juggling Convention to take place in Hibberdene in March. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #143
Elgin Vintners, a partnership of six grape growers, have recently placed their first wine on the market. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business and arts partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2006-01-21) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY
Nicholas Schofield discusses Napoleon's Invasion of Egypt and its influence on European Art and Design. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

JEEVA RAIGOPAUL PHOTOGRAPHIC COURSE
UKZN’s Unit for Continuing Education offers an eight session course. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

FROM THE TIME OF LORENZO
UKZN’s Unit for Continuing Education offers two evening sessions by Michael Barbour. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

CALL FOR PAPERS
Conference to discuss The Changing Face of African Literature. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

NEW MANAGEMENT FOR KWASUKA
Kwasuka Theatre under new management with Themi Venturas as director. (article published 2006-01-15) - Read more

AMBERVULTURECROCS
Irma Chait’s rhymes and Tony Grogan’s illustrations create pure magic in a book to delight the whole family. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2006-01-13) - Read more

KWASUKA LEASE CHANGES HANDS
KickstArt hands over running of Kwasuka to Themi Venturas. (article published 2006-01-12) - Read more

SHAKESPEARE QUIZ
National Creative Arts Youth Festival 2006 invites High Schools and Secondary Schools to participate in unique competition. (article published 2006-01-10) - Read more

ARTICLES ON AFRICAN THEATRE COMPANIES
Articles called for to examine circumstances under which African Theatre is produced and presented. (article published 2006-01-10) - Read more

COORDINATION CREATIVE WORKERS MEETING
Meeting to discuss importance of responding to the challenges faced by the Arts Community. (article published 2006-01-10) - Read more

SLEEPING BEAUTY AUDITIONS
Four young actors needed for The Actors Co-op's Kidz Show for 2006. (article published 2006-01-8) - Read more

RAYMOND SANCROFT-BAKER
Jewellery Specialist for Christie’s to be in Durban on January 11 and 12. (article published 2006-01-5) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Wishing all readers the very best for 2006! (article published 2005-12-31) - Read more

SUNDAY TIMES SU DOKU
Brain conditioning for 2006! (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-12-29) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND
As we approach the end of this year of 2005, Bev Pulé muses on “The Silly Season” - but ends on a philosophical note as we approach the New Year… (article published 2005-12-28) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best for Christmas and the festive season. (article published 2005-12-24) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND
With Christmas and New Year fast approaching, Bev Pulé muses on the wonders of the universe as well as embracing South Africa’s “Rainbow Nation” … (article published 2005-12-23) - Read more

CARVER COLLEGE
New media college opens in Durban, 2006 (article published 2005-12-23) - Read more

CAPE TOWN – AN ILLUSTRATED POEM
Fresh new approach to poetry in South Africa exudes an overall positive message with a bounty of oomph. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-12-20) - Read more

FOTOBOT
New media art work presented by Pro Helvetia, Arts Council Of Switzerland. (article published 2005-12-19) - Read more

SMS SUGAR MAN
Aryan Kaganof to direct world’s first cell phone filmed feature film. (article published 2005-12-19) - Read more

MOST AMAZING SHOW FOR SABC 2
Corne and Twakkie make their much anticipated television debut on SABC 2. (article published 2005-12-19) - Read more

MADIBA TO SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM
Welcome Msomi Gateway takes Madiba to the Museum of The African Diaspora. (article published 2005-12-19) - Read more

TRIPLE BILL
Pro Helvetia, Arts Council Of Switzerland presents work by Swiss choreographer and multi-media specialist. (article published 2005-12-19) - Read more

THE WORLD IN AN ORANGE
Irene Stephanou and Leila Henriques pay tribute to Barney Simon in new publication. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

WIRE JEWELLERY
Quick and Easy Crafts: Wire Jewellery is aimed at crafters with little or no knowledge of the subject. (Review by Pauline Dalais) (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

ART EXPERIENCE
An art experience on the other side of the tracks. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

PHOTOGRAPHY WITH JEEVA RAIGOPAUL
Eight session course on photography presented by UKZN’s Unit for Continuing Education. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

FROM THE TIME OF LORENZO
UKZN’s Unit for Continuing Education looks at Florentine Renaissance works of art. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

JUST JESUS SESSIONS
New Year Music Fest to take place at Ashburton: 29 Dec – 1 Jan (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

ILLA THOMPSON
Report from Colin Roopnarain (courtesy of the South Coast Sun) (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

ALDO MOVES TO BOTSWANA
Popular Durban entertainer Aldo Brincat to move to Gaborone. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE NEW YEAR
Join the fun and welcome the New Year in at the Playhouse. (article published 2005-12-16) - Read more

SUNCOAST CASINO ENTERTAINMENT
Much fun to offer youngsters at Suncoast Casino in the build-up to Christmas Day. (article published 2005-12-13) - Read more

MT GRACE
The ultimate stress-free zone, sheltering in the Magaliesburg Mountains. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-12-9) - Read more

CAROLINE SMART READS 60TH BOOK
Tape Aids For The Blind volunteer completes what is possibly at least her 60th book. (article published 2005-12-9) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #4
Bev Pulé muses on Metabolism, Metrication and Metamorphosis … and then goes on to ponder on a different version of The Three M’s. (article published 2005-12-8) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #70
Hard Pressed? (article published 2005-12-8) - Read more

THE FROG PRINCE
Fun children’s show is accompanied by harbour boat ride. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-12-7) - Read more

LIQUID BLUE
6th annual Reho Diamonds Liquid Blue Fashion Show. (article published 2005-12-5) - Read more

WAVESCAPES
Expanded Wavescapes Surf Film Festival for Cape Town. (article published 2005-12-5) - Read more

AMANDEBELE
Beauty, regality, strength, endurance, history. The reader’s attention is caught by Peter Magubane’s latest photographic essay. (Review by Peter Taylor) (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

UKUKHANYA – SHINE
Umcebo Trust present exhibition at the Durban Art Gallery over the festive season. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

SHISA STUFF
Annual exhibition held at Manna’s in Marriot Road. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

DAG CRAFT
December programme for Durban Art Gallery regular craft workshops. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

NEW MEANDER GUIDE
Midlands Meander Association guide now freely available at selected site. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

ESSENWOOD CRAFT MARKET
Extra shopping days at Essenwood Road craft market. (article published 2005-12-4) - Read more

SNOW WHITE
Every cast member a scene stealer in this entrancing and delightful entertainment for the whole family. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-12-3) - Read more

CATALINA SEASON TICKET
Catalina Theatre offers festive season gift to enjoy six shows in 2006. (article published 2005-12-1) - Read more

ESSENWOOD CRAFT MARKET
Region’s foremost craft, art, treasures and collectables market. (article published 2005-12-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #142
River boat at Viljoensdrift, two women in the Cape wine industry take the limelight and Plaisir de Merle acquires membership of BWI. (article published 2005-11-30) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #3
This time Bev Pulé muses on Poems, Prayers and Promises. (article published 2005-11-30) - Read more

DANCE AWARDS
KZN Dance Link honours the cream of the dance community for 2004/2005. (article published 2005-11-30) - Read more

RICHARD PARKER
Playhouse lighting designer is honoured for his contribution to dance. (article published 2005-11-30) - Read more

DEATH OF PROFESSOR SNEDDON
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon has died in Durban at the age of 98. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-11-24) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS WINNERS
Glittering awards ceremony honour top talent in various performing arts categories. (article published 2005-11-22) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #141
165 South African wines chosen for next year’s Nederburg Auction in April. (article published 2005-11-16) - Read more

ORCHID HOUSE SURPRISE
Durban Botanic Gardens transforms Orchid House into fantastic African Safari. (article published 2005-11-16) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO GRANT ERSKINE
Independent Newspapers loses talented and dedicated photographer. Tribute by Illa Thompson. (article published 2005-11-15) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Business and arts partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

ACT AWARDS
KZN’s Pheduka Dance Theatre and arts administrator Nicky du Plessis among contenders for 7th Annual ACT Awards. (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

LET DURBAN LAUGH
Comedy Festival planned for BAT Centre on December 2 and Gateway on December 4 (article published 2005-11-14) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY
Final lectures of the year deal with photography and chocolate. (article published 2005-11-13) - Read more

NATARAJA AWARDS
Indian Academy to pay tribute to individuals in annual awards ceremony. (article published 2005-11-11) - Read more

TAGUA: IVORY REPLACEMENT
A natural material offers the south an alternative to elephant tusks. (Article by Ross MacKenzie which originally appeared in “Craft Victoria”, a regional Australian Magazine) (article published 2005-11-11) - Read more

FUNERAL OF GRANT ERSKINE
Funeral of popular and well-known Independent Newspapers photographer to take place on November 11. (article published 2005-11-10) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS NOMINATIONS
Durban theatre talent to be honoured in awards ceremony on November 21. (article published 2005-11-10) - Read more

JACK AND HIS BIG STALK
Usual wild and whacky adult panto nonsense that only bears vague resemblance to original nursery fable. (Review by Caroline Smart (article published 2005-11-9) - Read more

DEATH OF GRANT ERSKINE
Well-known Durban photographer dies in the KZN Midlands. (article published 2005-11-7) - Read more

ZAPIRO HONOURED
Prince Claus Awards recognised the talents of South African cartoonist. (article published 2005-11-7) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND #2
Bev Pulé muses on “Mixed Doubles” – moving from the Topic of Tennis to the Peculiarities of the Paparazzi. (article published 2005-11-7) - Read more

LOQ STUDIO
“Hair Joint & Media House” opens in Albany Grove next to The Playhouse. (article published 2005-11-7) - Read more

PERLA SINGS AGAIN
Durban’s Lady in White to be represented as Clippers depart. (article published 2005-11-4) - Read more

DURBAN SUMMER SEASON 2005/6
Much entertainment on offer during the holiday season. (article published 2005-11-4) - Read more

BEACH FESTIVALS
Durban’s summer season to incorporate three Beach Festivals. (article published 2005-11-4) - Read more

JEWELLERY DESIGN EXHIBITION
DIT Jewellery Design Department to showcase its 2005 senior students' portfolios. (article published 2005-11-3) - Read more

BEV PULÉ
New contributor for artSMart offers Musings of a Meandering Mind. (article published 2005-11-3) - Read more

ANTELOPE FIELD GUIDE
The publishing history of this invaluable field guide is almost as fascinating as the subject matter. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-11-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #140
KWV, Chivas Regal and Chilean carmenere. (article published 2005-11-1) - Read more

DSTV PVR
Media introduced to fascinating new technology at launch in Magaliesburg. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-10-24) - Read more

BAGS, TAGS AND BOXES
Workshop organised by the Write Calligraphy Guild. (article published 2005-10-24) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS 2004-2005
The third annual Durban Theatre Awards ceremony will take place at the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre on November 21, 2005. (article published 2005-10-20) - Read more

DEATH OF NAPIER DUNN
Former Mercury cartoonist dies at the age of 67. (Report by Patrick Leeman & Xoliswa Zulu, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2005-10-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #139
Waverley Hills wines are organically produced in a historical area of the Cape. (article published 2005-10-19) - Read more

NEW UJ ARTS CENTRE
New Arts Centre of University of Johannesburg comprises art gallery and 435 seat theatre. (article published 2005-10-19) - Read more

SPEED DATING
Charity Speed Dating comes to Durban …! (article published 2005-10-19) - Read more

MUSINGS OF A MEANDERING MIND
Bev Pulé muses on SAfm, memories of the Troubadour in Johannesburg and stunning tenors! (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
The best circus ever staged with 75 performers all visiting South Africa for the very first time. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

BEST OF BLUE MONDAY PLATFORM
Season to showcase the cream of the crop of edgy, ambitious and exciting new talent. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

NLDTF CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund invites applications for Arts, Culture & National Heritage. (article published 2005-10-17) - Read more

STELLENBOSCH POST AVAILABLE
Stellenbosch Academy of Design and Photography has post available for suitably qualified photography lecturer. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

DEATH OF LYNDSAY MARITZ
Former NAPAC poster designer dies unexpectedly at her home in Westville. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

APPOINTMENT OF NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL
PANSA responds to full list of nominees for the new NAC Board. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

STRUIK CHRISTIAN BOOKS
Strang Communications appoints publishing house as its exclusive representative in Southern Africa. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

DIT FASHION WINNERS
2005 fashion show produces impressive winners along the theme of “Layers”. (article published 2005-10-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #139
Wine tasting of Lanzerac wines – with a touch of Mumms. (article published 2005-10-6) - Read more

MENTOS INTERNATIONAL COMEDY FESTIVAL
Sibiya Casino offers 20 of the world’s top comedians featuring along with some of SA’s best. (article published 2005-10-6) - Read more

LOOKING AT LAYERS
Renowned DIT Fashion Show promises to inspire and impress. (article published 2005-10-4) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #69
A-travelling we will go. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2005-10-1) - Read more

THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
Durban radio drama to be broadcast on October 9. (article published 2005-10-1) - Read more

KEEPITUP
Innovative outdoors concept launched to keep bottles and glasses upright at outdoor concerts, etc. (article published 2005-09-26) - Read more

SLEEPING BEAUTY ON ICE
Pieter Toerien and James Cundall for Lunchtime Productions present top ice show. (article published 2005-09-26) - Read more

ZEROCARBONCITY
British Council embarks on innovative multi-pronged, global project. (article published 2005-09-24) - Read more

FRANK GRAHAM
Well-known comedian and raconteur for Kloof High School fund-raiser on September 30. (article published 2005-09-23) - Read more

ADOBE LIVE 05
Conference for those who work in the film, video, print, web and advertising industries. (article published 2005-09-21) - Read more

TEACHERS SHOWCASE
90-minute programme for 2006 Playhouse schools productions. (article published 2005-09-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #138
Reasonable wines at reasonable prices and new agreement to lead to entry of prominent business women into the Cape wine industry. (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

HEALING POWER OF NATURE
SABC3 to screen the exceptional story of a streetkid who saved his life through surfing. (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL WRAP-UP
Overview of the 2005 Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness) (article published 2005-09-20) - Read more

MY HEART STANDS IN THE HILL
A moving and stunningly beautiful pictorial journey into the lost spiritual world of South Africa's First People. (article published 2005-09-14) - Read more

KNYSNA
A true treat for nature lovers and conservationists alike. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-09-14) - Read more

FRANSCHHOEK MEMORIES
Gwen Jennings publishes a record of her life in Franschoek. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2005-09-11) - Read more

BAMBOO FLUTES
John Roff to present range of bamboo flues in Pietermaritzburg’s Inner City Wilderness Garden. (article published 2005-09-9) - Read more

MAKEOVER FOR ACT AWARDS
Annual award system undergoes radical facelift. (article published 2005-09-9) - Read more

CELEBRATE ETHEKWINI 2005
Lots to Cheer About – Halala Durban!!! (article published 2005-09-9) - Read more

HOW TO DRAW PEOPLE
Beautiful graphic examples and tips help refine your drawing. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-09-8) - Read more

CAPE TOWN UNCOVERED – A PEOPLE’S CITY
A vivid photographic peek into the Mother City and its surrounds. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-09-8) - Read more

FREE VALUATIONS
Tjabel Klok, Christie's Amsterdam's General Valuer, will be in Durban on September7. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

FREE BOOK VALUATION DAY
Christie's in association with Ike's Books and Collectables hosts free valuation day on September 14. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

DURBAN FASHION EXPERIENCE
Full week of fashion looks at new and upcoming designs. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

EVITA’S ROAD!
A Swartland boulevard called Evita Bezuidenhout. (article published 2005-09-5) - Read more

FIRE AND ICE
SA’s top designers showcase their latest lingerie ranges at Krakatoa. (article published 2005-09-1) - Read more

COMEDY EXPRESS
Smorgasbord season of comedy acts explodes onto the Krakatoa stage. (article published 2005-09-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #137
Blind tasting at home, Nederburg Auction raises R187,000 and South African wines continue to win awards in Europe. (article published 2005-08-30) - Read more

INTERACTIVE PERCUSSION EXHIBITION
BAT Centre exhibition features interactive percussion instruments. (article published 2005-08-30) - Read more

CIRCUS LIFE PROJECT
The Swedish circus group Cirkus Cirkor back in Durban again. (article published 2005-08-30) - Read more

DURBAN ART GALLERY WORKSHOPS
Workshops include painting, beadwork and talks on heritage. (article published 2005-08-30) - Read more

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY ON ICE
Only Johannesburg and Cape Town performances for top class ice show. (article published 2005-08-23) - Read more

COMEDY INVASION TOUR
Three international comedians, three South African stars, three nights at the Playhouse. (article published 2005-08-22) - Read more

BRIDAL AFRICA 2006 YOUNG DESIGNER AWARD
Call for entries into the Bridal Africa 2006 Young Designer Award. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

PANSA FORUM
Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) KZN presents forum on arts funding. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

THE SETTLER
Dr TP Naidoo to release benchmark publication on the history of Indians in South Africa. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

LAUGHING WITH DURBAN
Suncoast Casino & Nu-metro offer the “silliest, craziest, funniest comedians” the city has to offer. (article published 2005-08-21) - Read more

DRS BRICKHILL AND HODGINS
Joan Brickhill and Robert Hodgins receive honorary doctorates. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

WE WILL ROCK YOU
Hazel Feldman to stage musical by Queen and Ben Elton in 2006. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

PREMIERE FOR LIVINGSTONE POEM
Live Poets Society present world première of "new" Livingstone poems. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

DURBAN FASHION EXPERIENCE
Full week of fashion looks at new and upcoming designs. (article published 2005-08-20) - Read more

BOUNCE
Wow! Head for Sibaya for breakdance spectacular! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-08-17) - Read more

LUTHULI MUSEUM CELEBRATES
Declared national institutes celebrates one year on August 21. (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

DR RABBIT AT USHAKA
Colgate mascot to greet guests at uShaka Marine World over August weekends. (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

COLABORART
Event promises to be full, varied, bizarre, interesting, informal … and a tad odd! (article published 2005-08-16) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #136
Stellenbosch-based Vinimark organisation holds annual trade fair in Durban. (article published 2005-08-15) - Read more

POETRY UNDER THE STARS
Gateway’s Palm Court to present fire dancers with contemporary and slam poetry. (article published 2005-08-8) - Read more

USHAKA MARINE WORLD PRICE REDUCTION
Popular marine park to reduce entrance prices until September 22. (article published 2005-08-7) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC COURT CASE
Media statement by the Performing Arts Network Of South Africa (PANSA) on the National Arts Council (NAC) court case: (article published 2005-08-7) - Read more

COMPLETE STEP-BY-STEP UPHOLSTERY
Ideal for any avid crafter, or anyone looking for a way to get that hallway sofa looking good again. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-08-4) - Read more

BRIDGING THE GAP
BAT Centre to host Women’s Day with a difference. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

POETS BATTLE IT OUT
Young artists compete in break-dancing, rapping, graffiti art and Dee-Jaying on August 6. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
Theme of Women’s Arts Festival conference is “The Root to our Routes”. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #68
Caution – journalists at work. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #135
Top marks at wine tasting group for chardonnay. (article published 2005-08-1) - Read more

FROGGY PRESS
Poetry journal calls for contributions from children aged 5 to 18 in KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2005-07-28) - Read more

THEATRE DATE
Innovative scheme by Dockyard Theatre aims to introduce like-minded singles to one another. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

RETURN OF HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
Andre the Hilarious Hypnotist provides high voltage humour for hypnotist enthusiasts. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

HILTON FESTIVAL
Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival to take place from September 16 to 18. (article published 2005-07-22) - Read more

PARTY IDEAS FOR CHILDREN
No previous experience in party planning needed to take full advantage of this stunning book. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-07-21) - Read more

AFRICAN WILDLIFE ALPHABET AND NUMBER BOOK
Little gem definitely a book worthy of any child’s bookshelf. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2005-07-21) - Read more

THE SAFFRON PEAR TREE
Nostalgic book ideal for anybody who enjoys reading their cookery books like a novel. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-07-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #134
Glamorous newcomer to local wine scene; Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival and Longridge Winery wins high distinction. (article published 2005-07-19) - Read more

BRIDAL AFRICA
Event brings spectacular multicultural bridal fantasy to KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2005-07-19) - Read more

WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Four women from Gauteng and the Western Cape selected as finalists for Shoprite Checkers/SABC 2 Woman of the Year Award. (article published 2005-07-18) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY
Durban and Pietermaritzburg meetings feature art and history lecturer Barry Gibb. (article published 2005-07-18) - Read more

DRUM PROMO
Nu-Metro Distribution has acquired South African film distribution rights to “Drum”. (article published 2005-07-18) - Read more

WOODSTOCK 7
Fleamarket and Trader registration opens for annual event at Hartbeesport. (article published 2005-07-18) - Read more

GROWING NUMBERS FOR NAF
Growing numbers indicate great support for the 31st National Arts Festival, Grahamstown. (article published 2005-07-17) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS FESTIVAL
Ninth Playhouse South African Women's Arts Festival to take place from August 5 to 7. (article published 2005-07-17) - Read more

IZINYAWO
"African Footprint" buys a Cow for Choc! (article published 2005-07-17) - Read more

CASUAL DAY
Public urged to open up their hearts and show that they care for persons with disabilities. (article published 2005-07-12) - Read more

CANSA JAZZ, JEWELLERY, ART & FASHION
Exciting evening at Sibaya Casino Conference Centre on July 22 to benefit CANSA. (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

DECOREX CRAFT
Decorex SA to host One of a Kind crafts show. (article published 2005-07-9) - Read more

KTV MARKET IS 10!
The popular KTV Market Day is 10 years old on September 3! (article published 2005-07-7) - Read more

BUSINESS & ARTS SOUTH AFRICA SEMINARS
Seminar series July/August 2005: Making the most of fundraising: how to build effective partnerships. (article published 2005-07-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: No.133
Big family name in shoes now moves into the wine industry (article published 2005-07-5) - Read more

HOUSE AND GARDEN SHOW
Showstopping, popping good event promises to be bigger, bolder and better. (article published 2005-07-3) - Read more

GOING TO GRAHAMSTOWN
artSMart Editor to relocate to Grahamstown temporarily for the Festival. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

STATE THEATRE PLANS
Pretoria landmark declared a cultural heritage. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

TELL US WHAT YOU THINK
Research sponsored by BASA into arts coverage in the mass media. (article published 2005-06-28) - Read more

BALANCING ACT
Joanne Bloch and Karen Martin (with Sue Heese) launch stories of gay and lesbian youth in South Africa (article published 2005-06-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.132
Manley Private Cellar and blind tasting evaluates wines in order of price. (article published 2005-06-20) - Read more

A WANDERER IN OG
You would have to have a heart of stone not to be tickled by this delicious artistic diversion. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-06-19) - Read more

ACTORS CO-OP NEEDS ASSISTANCE
Temporary, part-time employment offered. (article published 2005-06-17) - Read more

NAMA KWA’S GARDEN
Charming and beautifully illustrated publication would be a treasure on anyone’s bookshelf. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-06-16) - Read more

CREATE YOUR OWN SCRAPBOOK
Emphasis is on fun and your own creative spirit in excellent hobby/craft book. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-06-15) - Read more

FIELD GUIDE TO BUTTERFLIES OF SOUTH AFRICA
At last, a field guide to butterflies in the same format as the successful bird guides. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-06-15) - Read more

LOCAL ART FORUMS
Durban Arts demonstrates its firm positioning back on the arts scene. (article published 2005-06-15) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY
Talk by David Davidson about the art of flowers and flower inspired craft. (article published 2005-06-15) - Read more

DURBAN PRIDE 2005
Initiative to mark a turning point in the future of gay and lesbian community in Durban and KZN. (article published 2005-06-13) - Read more

MIDWINTER, TRIBAL GATHERING
Rustlers Vallery to celebrate Winter Solstice. (article published 2005-06-13) - Read more

PARLIAMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL
The first ever film festival of South African film in Parliament. (article published 2005-06-13) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS #67
The pros’ prose. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FESTIVAL
Artists in all disciplines invited to take part in March 2006 Festival. (article published 2005-06-12) - Read more

D’ARTS MAGAZINE IS BACK!
Durban Arts Association’s highly popular magazine is back in business! (article published 2005-06-11) - Read more

SAA DURBAN FASHION WEEK
KZN to make fashion history, thanks to Vanashree Singh. (article published 2005-06-9) - Read more

DStv A PROMAX AWARD FINALIST
Judges recognise DStv promos with 12 finalist nominations. (article published 2005-06-9) - Read more

OPENING THE WINDOW
Durban International Film Festival workshop on UNESCO's AfricaAnimated! 2.0 workshop. (article published 2005-06-9) - Read more

ART DAY
Durban School of Philosophy presents day of music and art. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No. 131
Blind wine tastings and Diners Club International’s re-launch of their Winelist. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

ICASA PAPER
ICASA releases a position paper on subscription broadcasting. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

MADEIRA DAY
Amphimarket to celebrate with local Portuguese community. (article published 2005-06-7) - Read more

HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW 2005
Sponsored by East Coast Radio, more than 350 exhibitors showcase home and outdoor items. (article published 2005-05-31) - Read more

MICHELLE CONSTANT LEAVES
Veteran broadcaster departs from Jacaranda 94.2. (article published 2005-05-31) - Read more

DEATH OF LAURIE BLOOMFIELD
Well-known Daily News and Sunday Tribune photographer dies at the age of 74. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

POSTER COMPETITION FOR STREET KIDS
BAT Centre holds poster competition for street children and children in shelters in Durban. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

THE BEST OF OPEN MIC
Showcase of acts from the UKZN Howard College Campus Open Mic competition on May 31. (article published 2005-05-30) - Read more

MYSTERY OF THE NILE
Fascinating journey following the Blue Nile from its source currently showing at Imax at Gateway. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-05-29) - Read more

EXHIBITION OF ART-WEAR
MACS Art House in Pietermaritzburg to present wearable to somewhat exotic and sculptural pieces. (article published 2005-05-25) - Read more

MAPUNGUBWE
Jewel of a book is a pictorial history of the recorded discovery of Mapungubwe. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-05-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #130
Groot Eiland Winery and Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival. (article published 2005-05-23) - Read more

ANNE WILLIAMS TO PRODUCE AWARDS
Celebrated radio and TV personality and director to produce Shoprite Checkers/SABC2 Woman of the Year awards ceremony. (article published 2005-05-22) - Read more

COLABORART
Considered to be the most entertaining, eclectic, art happening on the South Coast. (article published 2005-05-20) - Read more

ACT APPLICATIONS DUE
Arts and Culture Trust to disburse R1,5 million. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
All info to be found on the Festival pages. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

JANINA MASOJADA LECTURES
Durban-based architect to speak on art and architecture of the new constitutional court. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

OLD EMBROIDERY
Voortrekker Museum in Pietermaritzburg exhibits some of the pieces in their collection. (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

COKEY FALKOW
Stand-up comedy at its best. (Review by Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2005-05-16) - Read more

DEADLINE EXTENDED
Deadline for nominations for Shoprite Checkers/SABC 2 Woman of the Year Award extended to May 16. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

KWASUKA BENEFIT GALA
Two performances at charming theatre venue on May 22 and 23 launch new Friends scheme. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

BLUE MONDAY PLATFORM
Next in the series takes place at Catalina on May 30. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

PORCELAIN SPECIALIST
Specialist Head of British 20th Century Decorative Arts at Christie's, to be in Durban on June 1. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

WIRED
First book to document the development of wire weaving in South African art. (article published 2005-05-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #129
Ilala Cream and a white wine called Amehlo. (article published 2005-05-9) - Read more

LICENSED TO GUIDE
Susie Cazenove launches collection of colourful biographies of Africa’s foremost professional guides. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-05-7) - Read more

DDC MEETS RED EYE
Premier arts event joins forces with established Fashion Extravaganza on May 13 and 14. (article published 2005-05-7) - Read more

LESEDI AT INDABA
Lesedi African Lodge returns to Travel, Tourism and Trade show. (article published 2005-05-7) - Read more

ICC DURBAN DOUBLES FOR INDABA
Expansion plans to double the size of The International Convention Centre Durban are well underway. (article published 2005-05-6) - Read more

MODERN SOUTH AFRICAN CUISINE
Masterful book by Garth Stroebel celebrates South Africa’s multi-layered cuisine. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-05-1) - Read more

EAST COAST RADIO HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
Lifestyle innovations and trends for annual exhibition show. (article published 2005-04-30) - Read more

LICENSED TO GUIDE
Author paints a dramatic picture of both the scenery and the guides who walk us through it. (article published 2005-04-30) - Read more

WINE FESTIVAL
Kerimov Trio to perform at Wine Festival in Pietermaritzburg on May 5. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES - No.128
Biodiversity and biodynamics buzz-words at recent Nederburg wine auction at Paarl. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS 2005
The Art of Business Sponsorship celebrated at Eighth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2005-04-27) - Read more

THE DIPLOMAT EXPERIENCE
Gracious Victorian manor in leafy Pretoria suburb offers a restful, calming stay. (Report by Caroline Smart, from Pretoria!) (article published 2005-04-23) - Read more

HERITAGE THEATRE OPENS
New supper theatre opens in Hillcrest and looks set for great things to come. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-22) - Read more

LUDACRIS AT SIBAYA
Grammy winner and Atlanta-based rapper films new music video at the Zulu Fire Cultural Village. (article published 2005-04-21) - Read more

CIRKUS CIRKOR WORKSHOP
Project to train and prepare street children for a circus tour of South Africa and Sweden. (article published 2005-04-21) - Read more

MURRAY MACAULAY
Twentieth Century print specialist at Christie’s London to visit South Africa. (article published 2005-04-19) - Read more

SAA DURBAN FASHION WEEK
Vanashree Singh to convene top class fashion week. (article published 2005-04-18) - Read more

NATIONAL ANTIQUES & DECORATIVE ARTS FAIRE
Annual fair to take place from July 21 to 24 at Sandton Convention Centre. (article published 2005-04-18) - Read more

COMING TO HERITAGE
Productions planned for the new Heritage Theatre at Hillcrest Village Heritage Market. (article published 2005-04-16) - Read more

HERITAGE THEATRE
Custom-built 240-seater supper theatre at Heritage Market on track to open on April 21. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-04-16) - Read more

GRAFFITI EXHIBITION
BAT Centre hosting innovative and provocative works of various graffiti artists. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

BEFORE BAT WAS BAT, THERE WAS INKONKONI
BAT Centre to hosting retrospective exhibition of photographs and memorabilia. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

ANDRE THE HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
Popular hypnotist to appear at Hilton College Theatre on April 16. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

NLDTF INFO CENTRE
National Lotteries Board Information Centre now based at DTI campus in Tshwane. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

TALK BY MASTER CABINET MAKER
Friends of the Tatham Art Gallery (Fotag) are holding a Private Eye function in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2005-04-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #120
31st annual Nederburg wine auction raises just on R7,5 million. (article published 2005-04-11) - Read more

RENAULT SA ART AND CULTURE
Renault brings South Africa arts patronage project to KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2005-04-11) - Read more

RE-STORE NEW STOCK
Soft furnishings and lampshades in the latest funkiest and fabulous fabrics at Overport art and décor outlet. (article published 2005-04-11) - Read more

HOW 2 HELP
Books focusing on NGOs and development projects in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. (article published 2005-04-11) - Read more

THE ROYAL WEDDING
Charles and Camilla on BBC World on DStv. (article published 2005-04-9) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Floreat lingua Latina! (Ulysses Online) (article published 2005-04-9) - Read more

TAKEN FOR A SONG
Essop Khan, Mohamed Alli and Savy Ramsamy present new play at Suncoast. (article published 2005-04-7) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS NOMINEES
Nominees for Eighth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards celebrate The Art Of Business Sponsorship. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Six weeks left to submit nominations for Shoprite Checkers/SABC 2 Woman of the Year Award. (article published 2005-04-4) - Read more

ART CLASS
Beginners will gain great benefit from practical guide to painting by Simon Jennings. (Review by Marianne Meijer) (article published 2005-04-3) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2005
Winners of the Fools Awards 2005 were announced last night at the Catalina Theatre. (article published 2005-04-2) - Read more

ART IN INDUSTRY
MACS exhibition includes architecture, garden design, footwear, machines and pipes. (article published 2005-03-31) - Read more

RED EYE “ROUGE"
Durban Art Gallery presents celebrations of all elements of popular culture on April 1. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

WHITE RHINO FOR ICC
Life-size bronze statue of white rhino has pride of place outside International Conference Centre. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

CENTRE OF MEMORY PROJECT
Nelson Mandela endorses Centre of Memory Project on Constitution Hill. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

HENNIE FOR CALABASH
Hendrik Baird appointed North West Cultural Calabash Project Co Ordinator. (article published 2005-03-27) - Read more

THE GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
Suncoast Casino presents the cream of the international circus world. (article published 2005-03-24) - Read more

CARROTS AND STICKS
New book by Jeremy Sarkin to be launched by Adams Campus Bookshop, University of KwaZulu-Natal. (article published 2005-03-24) - Read more

DESIGNER GRANDSTANDS
Mamma Mia! audiences to be treated to imported seating stands. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

NAF EVENTS
National Arts Festival Winter School, Children's Arts Festival and Transnet Village Green make up major programme. (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC
Durban Botanic Gardens to host play for children, two jumping castles and a face painter (article published 2005-03-23) - Read more

APPLETISER FOR CPO
Appletiser brings some bubbly relief to the Cape Town Symphony Orchestra. (article published 2005-03-21) - Read more

AGENDA
New web-community orientated website offers free space to showcase work or discuss the work of others: (article published 2005-03-21) - Read more

MEDIATECH 2005
Industry gears up to explore advanced technology at MediaTech 2005. (article published 2005-03-20) - Read more

AWARDS FOR WOMEN
South Africa invited to put forward nominations for the Shoprite Checkers/SABC 2 Woman of the Year Award. (article published 2005-03-20) - Read more

ST MARY’S BELLS
50 year-old bell acquired for Roman Catholic Church in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2005-03-19) - Read more

VAREKAI IS POSITIVE ABOUT KZN
Varekai Productions applaud Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism and comment on positive outlook for the future. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-03-16) - Read more

GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
Due to popular demand, the season has been extended. (article published 2005-03-16) - Read more

RECONCILIATION FESTIVAL
BAT Centre’s three day festival highlights human rights issues and celebrates Africa. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

CRACK UP AT KRAKATOA
Barry Hilton and The Blarney Brothers for Sibaya Casino on March 23. (article published 2005-03-15) - Read more

NATIONAL LOTTERY TURNS FIVE
3.6 billion LOTTO entries have been processed in the last five years. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

TERRY-ANNE’S ACCOMMODATION
Terry-anne Stevenson has self-catering accommodation in studio apartment. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.126
Two recent releases from La Motte. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

SALT MARCH
Symbolic march recalls Mahatma Gandhi’s historic march in 1930 to abolish the Salt Tax. (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

DURBAN’S EASTER 05
Hot sun and cool fun is what’s promised for a jam-packed March and April for Durban! (article published 2005-03-14) - Read more

CHANNEL O AWARDS
Voting for African Music Video Awards 2005 heating up the vote lines. (article published 2005-03-12) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS 2005
Voting online now open to the public for awards acknowledging top achievers. (article published 2005-03-12) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No. 125
Annual pre-Nederburg Auction wine tastings prove to be both jolly and informative. (article published 2005-03-10) - Read more

ETHEKWINI EASTER FASHION SHOW
Fashion exhibition to feature designers such as Sun Goddess, Levi Strauss and many more. (article published 2005-03-9) - Read more

SPLASHY’S RAINBOW VILLAGE
Revamped Crafts Market will be in place at Splashy Fen 2005. (article published 2005-03-7) - Read more

DURBAN PASSION PLAY
Some 53 years on, this abridged version of the famous Oberammergau production still impresses. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-03-6) - Read more

STUDIO 53
M-Net's stylish African lifestyle programme celebrates African culture. (article published 2005-03-3) - Read more

DEATH OF LOUISE SINCLAIR
Tribute to former Playhouse box office staff member who died in January. (article published 2005-03-3) - Read more

SENZO KUHLE SAMPLERS
Blue Caterpillar Gallery to host exhibition by group of Chesterville women. (article published 2005-03-3) - Read more

SURPRISE QUILT GROUP
Voortrekker Museum in Pietermaritzburg promises bigger and better quilts from quilters. (article published 2005-03-3) - Read more

CREATIVE SPIRIT WORKSHOP
Sarah Richards to hold workshop aimed at opening a door to creative play. (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

SWEET AS ...
Gorgeous-looking cookery book filled with desserts and baked treats, really does deliver. (Review by Christine Sole) (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES No.124
Italy seems to be the flavour of the month in South Africa these days (article published 2005-03-1) - Read more

PRAVIN PILLAY WORK
South African born artist based in Canada offers work on permanent exhibition to Documentation Centre. (article published 2005-02-26) - Read more

CRAFT MARKET OPEN DAY
Launch of new event offers excellent opportunities to crafters. (article published 2005-02-26) - Read more

STENCILS AND STENCILLING
Wendy Craig produces a remarkable book on the craft of stenciling. (Review by John Simpson) (article published 2005-02-25) - Read more

THE ZEBRA’S STRIPES
Award-winning author Dianne Stewart re-tells fascinating African folklore. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2005-02-25) - Read more

THE CONTAINER SPECIALIST & THE SMALL GARDEN SPECIALIST
David Squire produces welcome new additions to the series of practical outdoor DIY books. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

INTERFACE ANIMATION FESTIVAL
Submissions for the final festival date extended to May 23. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

WWW.CARTOONIST.CO.ZA
South African cartoonists’ gallery is making news. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

NAF FRINGE DEADLINE
Deadline for submission of registration for National Arts Festival Fringe February 25. (article published 2005-02-21) - Read more

RODNEY FRANKLAND
Pietermaritzburg theatre personality dies at the age of 63. (Report by Stephen Coan of The Witness) (article published 2005-02-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES #123
Nederburg pre-auction wine tasting and news that Nederburg’s farms are less affected by the drought than others. (article published 2005-02-15) - Read more

RIVER ARTS MUSIC FESTIVAL
Classical and cultural music festival for Ladysmith in June. (article published 2005-02-15) - Read more

DECORATIVE ARTS SOCIETY LECTURES
Art historian Annette Bourrut Lacouture delivers lecture in Durban and Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2005-02-13) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS NO 64
Wagging the dog. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2005-02-13) - Read more

COLABORART EIGHT 8
Invitation to artists of all disciplines to exhibit at or attend the quarterly ColaborArt exhibition. (article published 2005-02-11) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Deadline extended to February 15. (article published 2005-02-11) - Read more

SA ART INFORMATION DIRECTORY 05
The largest SA Art Information Directory 2005 is out! (article published 2005-02-9) - Read more

WHAT’S UP IN 2010?
Anyone planning events for the 2010 World Cup soccer fans should submit information to artSMart. (article published 2005-02-9) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO LUTHULI
Luthuli Museum hosts exhibition to Chief Albert Luthuli. (article published 2005-02-7) - Read more

JANE STRODE
Artist revists her vision and its capabilities and still continues to produce strong works. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-02-7) - Read more

HOW 2 HELP
Tracy Young and Louise Palmer publish guide to worthy causes in Durban. (article published 2005-02-6) - Read more

MOSILI MOLETSANE TO COPENHAGEN
25 year-old DIT Textile and Design student heads for Danish Design School. (article published 2005-02-3) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES (#122)
Vrede en Lust releases blended red wines in half bottles, and Constantia’s celebrated wine returns to historic palace in Germany. (article published 2005-02-3) - Read more

CELIA BOBAK UP FOR OSCAR
Former St Anne’s College and University of Natal student up for Oscar for art direction. (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor, The Witness) (article published 2005-02-3) - Read more

ALADDIN
Highly enjoyable adult pantomime transfers successfully to Kwasuka Theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-01-28) - Read more

CREATE SA
Creative industries skills development programme. (article published 2005-01-19) - Read more

BAT RETROSPECTIVE
The Bat Centre is hosting a Retrospective photographic exhibition. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

ALADDIN MOVES TO KWASUKA
Previously running at the Royal Hotel, popular adult panto moves to Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
This year’s Nederburg wine auction to introduce new features. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

TALK BY RIA MILBURN
Decorative Arts Society hosts talk by field guide on South Africa's scenic beauty on January 18 and 19. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

TSUNAMI RELIEF TABLE
Essenwood Market has a collection point for donations for tsunami victims. (article published 2005-01-18) - Read more

MASTERMIND 2004
Pre-eminent quiz show, first aired in the 1970s, continues its new run on BBC Prime on DStv. (article published 2005-01-10) - Read more

UNIVERSITY OF ZULULAND AUDITIONS
University of Zululand’s Centre for Arts and Culture searches for young talent from all over KZN. (article published 2005-01-10) - Read more

DEATH OF IAN CALDER
Tributes to former leading Durban radio actor. (article published 2005-01-10) - Read more

BREMEN
A beautifully-preserved, ancient, dignified and well-run city. I’d go back any time! (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-01-8) - Read more

KIRSTENBOSCH
A visitor’s guide to South Africa’s famous botanical garden. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-01-5) - Read more

TAPAS MADE EASY
Tomas Garcia’s book offers a welcome change from more mundane fare. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-01-5) - Read more

COOKING FOR BIRDS
Pure delight, whimsical and beautifully illustrated. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2005-01-5) - Read more

STRAIGHT TALK
German photographer and designer produce straight-talking photographic description of current day South Africa. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2005-01-2) - Read more

JEWELS OF THE VELD
Southern African Wild Flowers: Jewels of the Veld is written by John Manning and Colin Peterson-Jones. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

ART WRAP
Report by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor: The Witness (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

TSUNAMI DISASTER FUND
East Coast Radio establishes disaster fund account. (article published 2005-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Everything of the best for 2005. (article published 2004-12-31) - Read more

PINK ON 31 AT 1-ON-1
Unique New Years Eve extravaganza to enhance Durban’s reputation as gay-friendly holiday destination. (article published 2004-12-26) - Read more

UMLILO KAZULU: CIRCLES OF FIRE
Explosive interactive Zulu Cultural experience (article published 2004-12-26) - Read more

NEW YEAR A FLAMINGO
New Year’s Eve at Bean Bag Bohemia’s Flamingo Lounge. (article published 2004-12-26) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS!
All the best of good cheer for the festive season. (article published 2004-12-24) - Read more

SUSS.CO.ZA
New online magazine aims to start discussions and debate among its readers. (article published 2004-12-22) - Read more

NACSA MEDIA RELEASE
Network for Arts and Culture South Africa (NACSA) welcomes sacking of National Arts Council Board. (article published 2004-12-22) - Read more

NANDA SOOBBEN’S BOOK
Book launched by well-known Durban cartoonist. (article published 2004-12-19) - Read more

TANGENCYA
30 artists - 10 projects - three weeks - one city – Durban. (article published 2004-12-17) - Read more

ACT NEW GM
Arts And Culture Trust appoints new General Manager. (article published 2004-12-17) - Read more

KAROO RAMBLINGS
Softcover book conveying admirably the traditions and atmosphere of the Karoo. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

OF WARRIORS, LOVERS AND PROPHETS
Highly readable account of some aspects and personalities of South Africa’s story. (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

QUICK AND EASY CRAFTS – DECORATIVE PAINTING
Innovative ideas to liven up any surface from cachepots, vases and room dividers to coat hook racks, trays, and lamp bases. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

MIXED CASE
Attractive addition to the rather crowded field of wine literature. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

QUICK AND EASY CRAFTS – GREETING CARDS
Make your own greetings cards with the aid of clear instructions and photographs. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Loose Ends, or, There Is Someone Out There. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

QUICK AND EASY CRAFTS – GLASS PAINTING
The ideas shown can add to transforming a mundane gift to one that is absolutely stunning. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

2007 SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD GAMES
International call for submissions: theme, logo and public service announcement (article published 2004-12-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES: #120
Christmas is the time for champagne (article published 2004-12-9) - Read more

ANDREW WALFORD OPEN DAY
Popular event at Shongweni to take place on December 12. (article published 2004-12-6) - Read more

BAT CHRISTMAS WISH LIST
Community arts centre in desperate need of new computers. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
2004 awards to be presented by Anglo American. (article published 2004-12-4) - Read more

HANDS THAT SHAPE HUMANITY
World’s first exhibition on wisdom. (article published 2004-12-3) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE MD & CFO DISMISSED
Playhouse Council announces dismissals of Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer. (article published 2004-12-3) - Read more

ARCHIGRAD 2004
Third year undergraduate Architectural students of the UKZN hold exhibition of their work. (article published 2004-11-30) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO JACKY FLETCHER
Caroline Smithyman pays tribute to well-known quilter and marbeliser. (article published 2004-11-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
31st Nederburg Auction planned for April, 2005, and Jameson 18 Years Old Irish Whiskey wins gold medal. (article published 2004-11-28) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC #2
PANSA commends Minister for moving towards the dissolution of the NAC Board. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

PANSA ON NAC
Media statement by The Performing Arts Network of South Africa (PANSA) on The National Arts Council. (article published 2004-11-25) - Read more

RECOGNITION AWARDS
Bartel Arts Trust’s sponsorship of Durban Theatre Awards includes five recognition awards. (article published 2004-11-24) - Read more

GAYNOR YOUNG HONOURED
Durban Theatre Awards acknowledges Gaynor Young’s passion for theatre and her capacity to perform against many challenges. (article published 2004-11-24) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARD WINNERS
Glitzy evening attended by Durban’s theatre ‘who’s who’ honoured top performers and productions for 2003/2004. (article published 2004-11-24) - Read more

ROBERT GERRARD
Decorative Arts Society final lectures of the year in Durban and Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2004-11-13) - Read more

DEATH OF JACKIE FLETCHER
Well-known skilled marble craftswoman dies in Durban. (article published 2004-11-13) - Read more

DTA NOMINEES
Amended version of Durban Theatre Award nominees (previous article omitted a children's theatre production). (article published 2004-11-12) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Ye Sons of the Prophet, relax – it’s all been taken care of. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-11-11) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Spier introduces new range called Discover. (article published 2004-11-9) - Read more

ALDO BRINCAT AUDITIONS
Close on 100 performers, actors, dancers, models and comics needed for exciting promotion. (article published 2004-11-8) - Read more

ACT AWARD WINNERS 2004
Winners of Annual Arts And Culture Trust (Act) Awards Announced. (article published 2004-11-7) - Read more

WALKING THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
Function at the Tatham Art Gallery looks at a thousand year-old pilgrimate route. (article published 2004-11-3) - Read more

MARKETING MANAGER
The Market Theatre Foundation seeks dynamic individual. (article published 2004-11-3) - Read more

CHRIS ELLIS
Pietermaritzburg GP to give talk entitled "Language, Writing and Cross-Cultural Communication”. (article published 2004-11-2) - Read more

COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRES WORKSHOP
BAT Centre workshop to highlight the development of all Community Arts Centres (article published 2004-10-27) - Read more

DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS 2004
Get out your feather boas and tiaras… it’s party time!! (article published 2004-10-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
South Africa fourth in Britain’s market leaders and Blue White Chenin Blanc wins Veritas Double Gold award. (article published 2004-10-26) - Read more

FLORAL ART IN HOWICK
Maureen Francois to present exhibits at St Luke's Anglican Church in Howick on October 29 and 30. (article published 2004-10-22) - Read more

RDP POEMS BY ARI SITAS
Adams Campus Bookshop and Madiba Publishers to launch collection by Ari Sitas. (article published 2004-10-19) - Read more

2004 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-10-19) - Read more

THE ANTI-AGEING COOKBOOK
Wonderful look into the ways of healthy eating. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2004-10-15) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Totally gross. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-10-15) - Read more

STEF THE HYPNOTIST
Highly entertaining journey into the world of the subconscious. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

1-ON-1 AT GATEWAY
1-on-1 at Gateway, a new business and social events facility capable of seating over 1000 people has opened at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping in Umhlanga. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

PUBLIC SPEAKING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Young South African takes high honours in the World Championships of Public Speaking. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Tasting group proves that Cape sauvignons can now compare with the best from elsewhere. (article published 2004-10-10) - Read more

A DECADE OF FREEDOM
Celebrating the role of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa’s Freedom Struggle (article published 2004-10-9) - Read more

BBC FOOD
DStv channel offers another exciting line up of South African chefs in Off the Menu. (article published 2004-10-9) - Read more

FESTIVAL OF FLOWERS
Flower displays, craft stalls and sunset soiree in Pietermaritzburg to help repair church organ. (article published 2004-10-9) - Read more

GREAT MOSCOW CIRCUS
World-famous circus comes to South Africa for the first time. (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

PORTRAITS IN AFRICA: 1948-1953
Splendid coffee table book presents in monograph form for the first time the exquisite work of Hector Acebes. (Review by Rosemary Lethbridge) (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

BOTSWANA - THE INSIDERS GUIDE
Carefully researched and beautifully presented with marvellous photographs, this guide should prove indispensable for travellers. (Review by Rosemary Lethbridge) (article published 2004-10-7) - Read more

DIT LIBERTY FASHION SHOW
Durban Institute of Technology’s 2004 Fashion Show celebrates Liberty. (article published 2004-10-6) - Read more

DIT LIBERTY FASHION SHOW
Durban Institute of Technology’s 2004 Fashion Show celebrates Liberty. (article published 2004-10-6) - Read more

AWARDS FOR KZN SABC STAFF
SABC Durban technology staff members win three out of nine national awards. (article published 2004-10-4) - Read more

NEW PLAYHOUSE COUNCIL
National Minster of Arts and Culture appoints new Council for Playhouse Company. (article published 2004-10-4) - Read more

KIDS IN THE KITCHEN
A great book for mother and children to enjoy together in the kitchen. (Review by Penny van der Merwe) (article published 2004-10-1) - Read more

KZN ON THE AIR FOR SAFM
KwaZulu-Natal to feature prominently in new week-night broadcast schedule on SAfm Radio. (article published 2004-10-1) - Read more

2004 ACT FINALISTS
Finalists for the Arts And Culture Trust awards. (article published 2004-09-29) - Read more

THE ANTI-AGEING HANDBOOK
Prestigious book launch at Beverly Hills Hotel. (article published 2004-09-29) - Read more

AROUND AND ABOUT
Review on Michael Green's book incorrectly titled. Herewith reposted. Apologies. (article published 2004-09-27) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Five Heirs 2000 vintage cabernet franc tops six unusual red varieties at wine tasting. (article published 2004-09-27) - Read more

THE REALLY, REALLY, REALLY EASY STEP-BY STEP COMPUTER BOOK 2
Admirably concise and comprehensible book with to help one over unexpected hitches. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2004-09-27) - Read more

OUT AND ABOUT
Michael Green’s newly-released book charts fascinating story of a newspaperman. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-26) - Read more

A BAOBAB IS BIG
Utterly enchanting series of stories in verse for young people by Jacqui Taylor. ((Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-25) - Read more

CLASSIC COCKTAILS
Beautifully presented book would grace any bar let alone a coffee table. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-25) - Read more

CELL C COWS
Beautifully painted cows to be seen “grazing” around the city. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

COMIX, BRU!
NSA Gallery presents exhibition of Cartoons, Comics & Comix by New South African Cartoonists. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

COMICS BREW AT NSA
NSA Gallery presents exhibition of International Comic Art compiled and curated by Anton Kannemeijernd. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

CELEBRATE DURBAN
All roads lead to Albert Park for the culmination of the Celebrate Durban festivities. (article published 2004-09-24) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Public Indecency. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

THE BIG FAT SOUTH AFRICAN JOKE BOOK
Refreshing look at South African humour in that nobody escapes the barbs. (Review by Frank Graham) (article published 2004-09-21) - Read more

GANDHI KING IKEDA PROGRAMME
Currently running at the Durban Art Gallery is Gandhi King Ikeda: A Legacy of Building Peace Exhibition. (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

MIDLANDS MEANDER GUIDE
Famous arts and crafts association unveils 2004/2005 Guide. (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

NAC MUST REINSTATE SUSPENDED STAFF
Statement by Diane Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

MIDLANDS MEANDER
Living art, galleries and open studios on the Midlands Meander Route . (article published 2004-09-16) - Read more

TALES OF THE TOKOLOSHE
Pieter Scholtz’s fun stories beautifully illustrated by Cheri Treweek make for enchanting reading. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-09-14) - Read more

BUZZART SHINING STARS
NSA Gallery invites crafters and artists to produce work for annual Christmas exhibition. (article published 2004-09-13) - Read more

OSHUN BOOKS
Struik Publishers launch new imprint aimed at women. (article published 2004-09-12) - Read more

ARTSCAPE RE-OPENS
Cape Town’s Artscape Theatre scheduled to reopen at the end of September. (article published 2004-09-8) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Annual Vinimark media and trade tasting a feast for the discriminating palate and a temptation for the incautious and greedy. (article published 2004-09-8) - Read more

FELLOWSHIP SCHEME 2004
One World Fellowship Scheme currently open to applications to join the 2004 programme. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

DIAKONIA’S USER-FRIENDLY GUIDE
Council of churches launches a guide about understanding society and the economy. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

NEW HOME FOR FOUNTAIN
Familiar statue of two cherubs refurbished and installed at Durban Botanical Gardens. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

FLAVOURS OF DURBAN
Culinary delight featuring delicacies from all corners of KZN in Albert Park (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

CELEBRATE DURBAN
The City celebrates its cultural diversity during September. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

KEISKAMMA TAPESTRY
Heritage Exhibition to include 120 metre long tapestry. (article published 2004-09-7) - Read more

DIT JEWELLERY EXHIBITION
Jewellery Exhibition at Durban Institute of Technology highlights research value of creative artefacts. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

AXING OF SAFM PERSONNEL
Statement by Dianne Kohler-Barnard MP, DA Spokesperson on Arts and Culture (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

SIMPLE AND STYLISH WEDDINGS
Jo Rigg shows how to make elegant and stylish wedding settings and accessories with basic materials. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

BASA MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME
BASA/Marketing Federation South Africa Mentorship Programme ready to be implemented. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

SIBAYA ON TRACK
Ten weeks to go before Afrisun’s grand new R727 million development opens. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

GERMAN-SOUTH AFRICAN CULTURAL WEEKS
German-South African Cultural Weeks 2004 solidifies Bi-national partnership. (article published 2004-09-5) - Read more

STRESS IN THE WORKPLACE
Author provides a wealth of ways to make the lives of colleagues or employees unendurable. (Review by Tim Dodson) (article published 2004-09-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Laszlo’s Tokaji Aszu tops tasting at Elangeni and Robertson Wine Valley food and wine festival. (article published 2004-08-29) - Read more

MASINGITA MASUNGA
Champion of the disabled wins 2004 Shoprite Checkers/SABC2 Women Of The Year Award. (article published 2004-08-28) - Read more

THE WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
12th annual arts festival takes place at Hilton College from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-08-28) - Read more

COMPUTICKET TURNS 33
Percy Tucker celebrated three anniversaries on August 16. (article published 2004-08-20) - Read more

STAGE MAGAZINE
June–Aug issue (no. 26) of Stage Magazine is out! (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

SUCCESSFUL ACT RECIPIENTS
Arts & Culture Trust announces successful recipients and projects to receive funding. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

COW PARADE SOUTH AFRICA
Closing date for entries moved to the end of August. (article published 2004-08-14) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE STAKEHOLDERS FORUM
Minister of Arts, Culture and Tourism talks about proposed KZN Arts Festival. (by Margaret von Klemperer, Arts Editor, The Witness) (article published 2004-08-12) - Read more

RENDEZVOUS
New restaurant proving popular at the Alliance Francaise. (article published 2004-08-12) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
The gist of it? (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

PROJECTIONS OF SELF
Photographic Exhibition by Chris Luke opens on August 1 at Bean Bag Bohemia. (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARD FINALISTS
Joyce Levinsohn, Masingita Masunga and Susan Harrop-Allin among finalists in the Arts & Culture category. (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

CASUAL DAY
Fundraising project celebrates 10 years. (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

HYPNOTIST ANDRE
The “Hilarious Hypnotist” is back, celebrating his tenth season in Durban! (article published 2004-08-1) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Bushbuck Ridge 2002 and Nederburg Baronne 2002 top wine-tasting list and Johan Bestbier appointed managing director of KWV International. (article published 2004-07-31) - Read more

COW PARADE EXTENDED
Deadline for entries has been extended for Cow Parade Artists. (article published 2004-07-30) - Read more

VOICE OF CHOICE
SABC Radio's 23-week talent search competition hits the high notes. (article published 2004-07-30) - Read more

SA WOMEN'S ARTS FESTIVAL 2004
Playhouse Company’s eighth annual celebration of women through the arts. (article published 2004-07-29) - Read more

CONFERRAL CEREMONY FOR INKOSI LUTHULI
Martin Luther King International Chapel confers Gandhi International Peace Award to Inkosi Albert Luthuli. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

SA SWEDISH PARTNERSHIP
SA and Swedish cultural ministers enter partnership programme. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-07-26) - Read more

ROCCO DE VILLIERS
Popular pianist to celebrate the launch of his own wine label at the Playhouse on July 27. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

PINK CHAMPAGNE
Gay Pride to host a marquee at the Gold Cup on August 7. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

NATAL WITNESS HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
The 2004 festival takes place in the Hilton College Theatre from September 17 to 19. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

BILLY SUTER IN LONDON (#3)
Third part of Mercury Arts Editor’s report on his London visit deals with drama productions. (article published 2004-07-25) - Read more

NATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL 2004
An astonishing and magnificent array of creative art using fabric and embroidery. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-24) - Read more

NATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL
ICC to host 650 quilters from around South Africa. (article published 2004-07-21) - Read more

RE-STORE
Overport arts outlet has new stock of vintage retro and classical contemporary furniture. (article published 2004-07-18) - Read more

WOMAN OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Finalists of the 21004 Shoprite Checkers/SABC2 Woman of the Year award. (article published 2004-07-18) - Read more

WOMEN OF THE YEAR FINALISTS
Joyce Levinsohn, Masingita Masunga and Susan Harrop-Allin finalists in the Arts & Culture category. (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

ACCOMMODATION GUIDE
Regular travellers both international and local will welcome new tourism guide. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-07-10) - Read more

APOLOGIES
Difficulties in gaining access to online facilities have restricted publication of stories. (article published 2004-07-9) - Read more

LUCY’S MOTIVATIONAL SESSIONS
Bat Centre hosts self-esteem and motivational sessions every Monday. (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

BAT CREATIVE ARTS WORKSHOP
BAT Centre to host holiday workshops on essays, poetry, craft and visual art for ages 14 to 25. (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

LIVING IDEAS
East Coast Radio House & Garden Show to run at Durban Exhibition Centre from July 2 to 11. (article published 2004-06-28) - Read more

KODAK CHALLENGE
Kodak SA attempts to break the Guinness World Record. (article published 2004-06-24) - Read more

GREAT SOUTH AFRICANS
Videovision Entertainment presents television series honouring greatest achievers. (article published 2004-06-24) - Read more

SOUTH 1
Five-year programme develops networks for cultural exchange between countries of the south. (article published 2004-06-23) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Bring me back to the old Transvaal, etc. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-06-20) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Selection of wines winning trophies in the Fairbairn Capital competition. (article published 2004-06-18) - Read more

10 YEARS OF COLOUR
Final Official Lesbian and Gay Pride Programme. (article published 2004-06-18) - Read more

WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Organisers report 30% increase in the number of entries for this year’s award. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

DIFF EXHIBITION
Local History Museums and Centre for Creative Arts presents retrospective view of film festival. (article published 2004-06-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Juliet Cullinan Wine Festival and gold medals for Longridge and Spier wines. (article published 2004-06-8) - Read more

HIP KULCHA
A series of hip and happening events aimed at youth at the Playhouse on June 12. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

DIANNE’S IN PARLIAMENT
Ex-Safm radio announcer Dianne Kohler Barnard now Democratic Alliance member of parliament. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

PERCY TUCKER INTERVIEWS JOHN KANI
Radio Today on 1485am offers sec of the new series of programmes. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

FASTTRACK IN DENMARK
BBC World's travel programme focuses on tourism in Denmark. (article published 2004-06-6) - Read more

RIVETS JAZZ
(article published 2004-06-4) - Read more

CREATESA/MAPPPSETA LEARNERSHIP
Innovative programme to be launched on June 4 at the BAT Centre. (article published 2004-06-3) - Read more

BUSINESS ART
Business Day Art supplement out on June 4. (article published 2004-06-3) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE PLANS
The Playhouse Company’s new arts plans begin to unroll. (article published 2004-06-3) - Read more

NAF WINTER SCHOOL
Ideas go live at the National Arts Festival's Winter School. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

TGCSA ACCOMMODATION GUIDE
New tourism guide is the answer to the prayers of al travellers. (article published 2004-06-2) - Read more

ESKOM ENERGY EFFICIENCY DESIGN
The quest is on for energy efficient designs! Win R100,000 worth of prize money! (article published 2004-06-1) - Read more

NANDA SOOBBEN
Cartoon exhibition at Suncoast (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

ANNE STEVENS ONLINE
Popular Mercury food critic to present her restaurant column online. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

CLASSIFIEDS
Visit artSMart’s classified section – see link above the Archive list. (article published 2004-05-31) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Private tasting group approaches with more than usual interest tasting of six pinot noirs. (article published 2004-05-29) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE COUNCIL TAKES ACTION
Four members of Playhouse management staff suspended, pending disciplinary action. (article published 2004-05-29) - Read more

SUGAR CLUB HONOURED
Beverley Hills’ top chef and restaurant acknowledged in prestigious ratings. (article published 2004-05-22) - Read more

ZULU LEGENDS RELOCATES TO USHAKA ISLAND
Popular restaurant moves to Point Waterfront development project. (article published 2004-05-22) - Read more

TAKE A GIRL CHILD TO WORK DAY
KwaZulu-Natal Companies Embrace Cell C’s ™ ground-breaking project. (article published 2004-05-22) - Read more

WOMEN WRITING IN A GLOBALISED WORLD
Prolific Italian writer, poet and essayist, Dacia Maraini to be guest speaker at sminar on May 28. (article published 2004-05-22) - Read more

JUST THE TICKET
Radio Today presents penultimate episode on May 16 and 20. (article published 2004-05-15) - Read more

CELEBRATION OF LIGHT
Pietermaritzburg’s Botanical Gardens will light up in a bid to help children affected by HIV/AIDS. (article published 2004-05-15) - Read more

IN THE BOX
Welcome gift to anyone who knows their birch from their beech! (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2004-05-15) - Read more

REALTY BITES – AN AFRICAN DECADE
Definitely worth a read for anyone who refuses to accept Africa as a lost cause. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2004-05-15) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Convergences and confusions. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-05-14) - Read more

CROW FUNDRAISER
The proceeds of “Rocky Horror Show” performance to help continue vital rehabilitation work. (article published 2004-05-14) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Relatively little-known white wine takes honours at wine-tasting and wine gourmet lunches and dinners in the Cape. (article published 2004-05-12) - Read more

CHARLOTTE TO BARNYARD
Visitor to Durban to submit her experiences of Durban’s art and culture. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

PUBLIC SHADES PERFORMANCE
Show running in the Drama Theatre open to the public on May 14. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

DIANNE IS SHADOW MINISTER
Dianne Kohler Barnard appointed DA spokesperson on Arts and Culture. (article published 2004-05-11) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Eeny, meeny…. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

DAVID LURIE WINS POYI AWARD
Former Cape Town photographer now living in London wins POYi 'World Understanding Award. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

STARLIGHT POP OPERA
Booking opens on May 6 for highlight of KZNPO’s calendar. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

FREEDOM FORTNIGHT
The decade of democracy is being celebrated in Durban in a variety of ways. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

THE ART OF BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP
KZN organisations among the nominees for the Annual Business Day/Basa Awards. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

STABLE THEATRE PROGRAMMES
Launch for 2004/5 Arts Programmes to be held on May 1. (article published 2004-04-27) - Read more

TAKI
Ancient Knowledge Initiative preserves indigenous heritage. (article published 2004-04-25) - Read more

THE BLOCK
More than half a million rand up for grabs in M-Net's new reality show. (article published 2004-04-25) - Read more

HOME EVENTS
Leo and Helge Jansen, Platform Jazz and DJ Scissorhands for Morningside venue. (article published 2004-04-23) - Read more

SIBAYA CASINO
New performance spaces for Durban at Afrisun KZN’s R727 million development. (article published 2004-04-22) - Read more

THE OTHER SIDE OF EVEREST
Patricia Glyn presents her experiences on her recent Everest expedition on April 24 in Hilton. (article published 2004-04-21) - Read more

LADYSMITH MURAL
Mural of hope and cultural unity supported by ACT and created by Lallitha Jawahirilal. (article published 2004-04-21) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Annual Nederburg wine auction concerns the sale of rare Cape wines. (article published 2004-04-20) - Read more

KWAZULU-NATAL MUSIC PROJECT
BCG helps to empower indigenous musicians. (article published 2004-04-13) - Read more

BBB FOOD & WINE EVENING
Bean Bag Bohemia offers five course, five wines with Italian-trained Guest Chef. (article published 2004-04-11) - Read more

VODACOM BEACH AFRICA
Durban to stage one of the world’s greatest beach festivals. (article published 2004-04-11) - Read more

WEDDING SHOW
Pietermaritzburg’s Liberty Midlands Mall to host wedding show with a difference. (article published 2004-04-11) - Read more

SHARKS MOVE
Sharks and stingrays take up their new home at Ushaka Marine World. (article published 2004-04-11) - Read more

LANGUAGE INITIATIVES
Advancing Multilingualism in a Democratic South Africa (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
To err is human, to forgive…? (Ulysses Online) (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Renewed emphasis to the importance of Nederburg Wine Auction to Cape wine industry. (article published 2004-04-6) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Wine column considers the well-known “wines” of Scotland and Ireland. (article published 2004-04-5) - Read more

GEOFFREY SUTHERLAND TRILOGY
36th Episode of “Just the Ticket” to feature legendary theatre director’s trilogy of Broadway musicals in 1989. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

FUNDRAISING WORKSHOPS
PANSA secures services of Dr Riaan Els to conduct workshop in Durban on May 21. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS WINNERS
Second annual Fools Awards presented on April 1. (article published 2004-04-3) - Read more

FREEDOM FORTNIGHT
Activities to celebrate a Decade of Democracy in Durban. (article published 2004-04-2) - Read more

ART IN THE PARK
Ever popular art events to take place in Pietermaritzburg from June 2 to 6. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

FORUM ON POLITICAL PARTIES’ ARTS POLICIES
Arts community in all its disciplines invite political parties to present overview of arts and culture policies on April 3. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

FREEDOM FORTNIGHT
Activities to celebrate a Decade of Democracy in Durban. (article published 2004-03-28) - Read more

USHAKA ENTRANCE FEES
Prices for the four zones in uShaka Marine World, Wet ‘n Wild, Sea World, uShaka Beach and the Village Walk. (article published 2004-03-27) - Read more

SA MASTERPIECE
Visual presentation a feast for the eye in this handbook for collectors. (Review by Andrew Warburton) (article published 2004-03-24) - Read more

FOOLS AWARDS
Durban-based publicity company opens voting for top achievers in KZN arts community for 2003. (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

ST GEORGE’S DAY CELEBRATION
Avril O’Leary’s Dance Company to perform at time-honoured ceremony of the Roast Beef. (article published 2004-03-23) - Read more

THE SUGAR CLUB RESTAURANT
Dine in comfortable elegance and choose from a wide ranging menu that suits everything from the average to the mink-lined pocket. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-03-21) - Read more

MIND GAMES
Marc Salem’s show is like none other. (Review by Patrick Leeman) (article published 2004-03-19) - Read more

CULTURAL ENTREPENEURSHIP SKILLS PROGRAMME
CREATE SA, in partnership with Arts Training Consortium Consortium calls for applications. (article published 2004-03-19) - Read more

USHAKA MARINE WORLD UPDATE
uShaka Marine World theme park is fast approaching completion. (article published 2004-03-17) - Read more

LUTHULI LEGACY PROJECT
National Legacy project aims to pay homage to Chief Albert Luthuli’s life, works and philosophy. (article published 2004-03-16) - Read more

JUST THE TICKET
Radio Today presents 33rd Episode of radio adaptation of Percy Tucker’s celebrated book. (article published 2004-03-16) - Read more

DURBAN AT EASTER
Music, words and choirs are included in jam-packed Easter season on the cards for Durban. (article published 2004-03-16) - Read more

NATIONAL HERITAGE COUNCIL
Statutory body aims to bring equity to heritage promotion and conservation. (article published 2004-03-11) - Read more

R2 BILLION TO LOTTO BENEFICIARIES
Allocation for current financial year to be made public after March 31 2004. (article published 2004-03-4) - Read more

DAC CELEBRATION EVENTS
Department of Arts and Culture launch of 10 Years of Freedom Programme. (article published 2004-03-1) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INVESTIGATION
Council initiates forensic investigation of Playhouse Company. (article published 2004-02-18) - Read more

WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Shoprite Checkers/SABC 2 honours woman achievers. (article published 2004-02-16) - Read more

UBUNTU CD/DESK CALENDAR
Ubuntu Community Chest produces charming CD/desk calendar as a fundraiser. (article published 2004-02-16) - Read more

ACT INVITES APPLICATIONS
The Arts & Culture Trust calls for funding applications. (article published 2004-02-13) - Read more

GATEWAY SETS RECORD
Gateway Theatre of Shopping set new Africa record for movie-goers. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

ITALIAN ART LECTURES
Unit for Continuing Education at University of KwaZulu-Natal to present four evening lectures. (article published 2004-02-9) - Read more

WHERZ IT @
Teenagers turn their concerns and issues into enjoyable hour-long show at Catalina. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-01-29) - Read more

AWARD FOR DEBBIE
Barnyard Theatre’s Debbie Davidson awarded Umhlanga Business Personality of the Year. (article published 2004-01-25) - Read more

DEATH OF BRUCE HOSKING
Former NAPAC Board member and major role player on the Playhouse Trust dies in Durban. (article published 2004-01-25) - Read more

TALK BY SPECIAL ENVOY
Dalai Lama’s Special Envoy gives talk on recent meetings between Chinese government and the Tibet government-in-exile. (article published 2004-01-23) - Read more

CASUAL DAY 2004
Support Casual Day this year on September 3. (article published 2004-01-23) - Read more

2003 BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2004-01-22) - Read more

ITRUMP – SHARE OUR INNER CITY VISION
Inner Thekwini Regeneration and Urban management Programme to be seen in a photographic exhibition at the Durban Art Gallery. (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE SET TO RECLAIM FORMER ROLE
New Playhouse Company energy set to make marked difference to Durban theatre industry. (Report by Caroline Smart. This article appeared in an edited form in The Mercury on January 19, 2004)) (article published 2004-01-20) - Read more

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Durban Natural Science Museum offers Volunteer Training Course form January 20 to 30. (article published 2004-01-17) - Read more

POWER HOUSE PRESENCE
Return of Linda Bukhosini to the Playhouse might well be seen as the light at the end of a tunnel. (Report by William Charlton-Perkins) (article published 2004-01-16) - Read more

KURT COBAIN JOURNALS
Truly a collector’s item that demands respect and neutrality from the reader. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2004-01-13) - Read more

LAUGH IT OFF ANNUAL
Message on South African youth culture provides arena for discussion, argument and individual judgment accompanied by fantastic graphic qualities. (Review by Ruby Bernard) (article published 2004-01-13) - Read more

BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA RE-ENACTMENT
Celebration of Zulu Heritage Festival to provide fourth annual re-enactment of 125-year old battle. (article published 2004-01-13) - Read more

FIG JAM AND FOXTROT
Lynn Bedford Hall’s text and Tony Grogan’s cartoons make Karoo tales of life, love and food a winner all the way. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2004-01-4) - Read more

DRESS AND ADORNMENT
Peter Magubane and Sandra Klopper present the clothing of a wide range of Southern African peoples. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-01-4) - Read more

ELIZABETH DAVID’S CHRISTMAS
Simply laid out with bland photographs, this is more of an academic notebook than a busy cook’s recipe book. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2004-01-4) - Read more

LIFE SOWETO STYLE
Snappy, informative and well-illustrated publication gives a vibrant description of Soweto lifestyles. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2004-01-4) - Read more

OVER THE RAINBOW
400 captioned cartoons take readers through the first decade of the new South Africa. (article published 2003-12-30) - Read more

BEVERLY HILLS REVAMP
One of Umhlanga’s most well-known landmarks completes a R7m revamp. (article published 2003-12-30) - Read more

SACCAWU’S INTENDED STRIKE
Playhouse Company Chairperson Cllr Mina Lesoma responds to notice by Playhouse union members. (article published 2003-12-30) - Read more

STAGE MAGAZINE NOW REVAMPED
Long-standing entertainment Magazine gets a facelift. (article published 2003-12-28) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
All the best to artSMart readers. (article published 2003-12-25) - Read more

2004 CCA FESTIVAL DATES
Dates for 2004 set for Centre for Creative Arts major events. (article published 2003-12-23) - Read more

QQ ON GO
New SMS2TV service on Channel 84 on DStv offers interactive form on viewers’ own TVs. (article published 2003-11-23) - Read more

RING TONES
DStv goes mobile with ringtones and logos. (article published 2003-11-21) - Read more

STANDARD BANK ANNOUNCES AWARDS
Names of Young Artist Award winners for 2004 released. (article published 2003-11-20) - Read more

PRINCE CLAUS AWARD TO DISTRICT SIX MUSEUM
Cape Town museum to be presented with 25,000 euro. (article published 2003-11-18) - Read more

LIFESTYLE – WOMEN TODAY
Networking opportunity for women. (article published 2003-11-18) - Read more

BEAUJOLAIS NOUVEAU
A fabulous fruity excuse to get French at Beverly Hills in Umhlanga. (article published 2003-11-17) - Read more

NACSA CALLS FOR INQUIRY
Network for Arts and Culture South Africa calls for inquiry into the National Arts Council (NAC) crisis. (courtesy of artslink.co.za) (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

HOSPICE CELEBRATION OF LIFE
Illovo Country Club to host Tree of Light as a celebration of life and in remembrance of those who have passed on. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

ICC AFRICA’S BEST
International Convention Centre wins “Africa’s Best” title again as City approved R395 million expansion. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY NATIONAL WINNER
12 year-old Abby Houghton from Kimberly wins national entrepreneurship competition. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

UMOJA AT THE ROYAL
Royal Hotel puts together packages for musical production. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

BOARD OF NAC SUSPENDS CEO
National Arts Council Board suspends CEO, Chief Financial Officer and National Project Manager. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

RADIO TODAY
Further programme in the radio adaptation of “Just the Ticket” on 1485am. (article published 2003-11-16) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS SGB
Call for contributions for qualifications and unit standards. (article published 2003-11-13) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Kohler Barnard speaks to Patrick Mynhardt. (article published 2003-11-13) - Read more

ROYAL CELEBRATION
Royal Hotel offers top-notch festive season programme. (article published 2003-11-12) - Read more

LONGEST INDOOR BREAKFAST TABLE
Reach For A Dream and Gateway Theatre Of Shopping attempt to achieve world record. (article published 2003-11-12) - Read more

ARTS AND CRAFTS
Publication in English, French and German offers a glimpse into the wonderful world of South African indigenous craft forms. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-11-10) - Read more

ADRIAN GILBERT LECTURE TOUR
Acclaimed English author discusses “The Cosmos - Our Passport To The Future”. (article published 2003-11-8) - Read more

CHESHIRE HOMES NEWS
Fundraising ventures for Queensborough old age home. (article published 2003-11-3) - Read more

CULTURAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Prince Claus Fund to protect cultural heritage against war and natural disasters. (article published 2003-11-3) - Read more

BARNEY FOR GATEWAY
World’s most-loved dinosaur Barney™ to delight children at Gateway. (article published 2003-11-3) - Read more

CENTRES NETWORK
Community Arts Centres in South Africa (article published 2003-10-26) - Read more

HERITAGE TOURS
Tour of two listed buildings in St Andrews Street. (article published 2003-10-25) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Creative partnerships under the spotlight. (article published 2003-10-25) - Read more

THE CULTURAL POLICY PROJECT
Extensive cultural agreement between South Africa and the Flemish Government in Belgium. (article published 2003-10-24) - Read more

NIGHT PARTY MARKET
BAT Centre to host fun evening event on October 25. (article published 2003-10-24) - Read more

TRANSAFRICA BIRTHDAY
DJ’s, designer fashion and midnight fleamarket at BAT Centre on October 25. (article published 2003-10-20) - Read more

USHAKA MARINE WORLD
Progress report on Africa’s first marine theme park situated in Durban. (article published 2003-10-20) - Read more

JUST THE TICKET
Radio Today presents 14th Episode of Percy (Computicket) Tucker’s 50 years in SA theatre. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

HOSPICE CELEBRATION OF LIFE
Illovo Country Club to host Tree of Light as a celebration of life and in remembrance of those who have passed on. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

GATEWAY FASHION
Live fashion TV shows at Umhlanga shopping complex. (article published 2003-10-18) - Read more

SUGARMILL’S ROSE
Rose Pillay wins SuperStar talent search competition. (article published 2003-10-8) - Read more

DIT FASHION 2003
Annual fashion show from department of fashion at Durban Institute of Technology. (article published 2003-09-26) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE TRUST AWARDS 2003
KZN winners and finalists include Illa Thompson and Field Band Foundation Norwegian Band Foundation (article published 2003-09-26) - Read more

SUGARMILL SUPERSTARS
Every Monday evening SugarMill Casino presents talent search competition. (article published 2003-09-24) - Read more

USHAKA MARINE WORLD UNDERWAY
First phase completed of Africa’s largest marine theme park. (article published 2003-09-24) - Read more

THE ULTIMATE VARIETY SHOW
Star-studded line-up of international and local talent forms part of Celebrate Durban week. (article published 2003-09-18) - Read more

HI-FI & HOME ENTERTAINMENT EXPO
Launch of new consumer exhibition in Gauteng. (article published 2003-09-18) - Read more

GRAPPELLI IN CONCERT ON SAFM
Third Ear recording of jazz legend to be broadcast on Safm on September 18. (article published 2003-09-17) - Read more

KZN WRITERS IN RADIO RESIDENCY
Kobus Moolman and Tamantha Hammerschlag took part on radio drama residency. (article published 2003-09-10) - Read more

TOP OF THE ROYAL BACK!
Sumptuous buffet lunch and world-class sounds from superb musicians in revamped classy venue. (article published 2003-08-25) - Read more

ANDRE THE HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST IS BACK!
Popular entertainer to appear in Pietermaritzburg and Durban. (article published 2003-08-25) - Read more

THE BLUE DAY BOOK – A Lesson in Cheering Yourself Up
Delightful little book would make a welcome gift for anyone feeling down in the dumps! (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2003-08-24) - Read more

JUST THE TICKET
Radio adaptation of Percy Tucket’s 50 years in South African Theatre. (article published 2003-08-24) - Read more

FINALISTS OF ACT AWARDS
Top Durban publicist up for Arts & Culture Trust Award 2003 (article published 2003-08-23) - Read more

ACMASA LOGO COMPETITION
Association for marketing practitioners launches national competition for brand identity. (article published 2003-08-23) - Read more

BYRON KATIE FOR DURBAN
Founder of “The Work” gives demonstration in Durban. (article published 2003-08-20) - Read more

THE MONASTERY TEA GARDENS
“Siyasebenza – Exhibition Of Arts” at Marriannhill Monastery (article published 2003-08-20) - Read more

ETHEKWINI CULTURAL POLICY WORKSHOP
Article by Marianne Meijer appearing in the NSA magazine. (article published 2003-08-19) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Impressive tastings of wines by Vinimark. (article published 2003-08-18) - Read more

ROYAL REFURBISHMENT
New facilities and unequalled levels of customer service from Durban’s Royal Hotel. (article published 2003-08-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
From Piedmont to Tulbagh. (article published 2003-08-9) - Read more

TOUR OF KZN BATTLEFIELDS
Explore interesting battle sites with the British Cultural & Heritage Association. (article published 2003-07-23) - Read more

PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN
Week-long celebration to foster increased participation and inclusiveness in 2003. (article published 2003-07-20) - Read more

PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPMENT
One-day seminar should benefit community development projects. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

NAC POSITIONS
Applications invited for two positions with the National Arts Council. (article published 2003-07-19) - Read more

EARLY DURBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT SHOW
Trams & Trolley Buses in Durban in the 1900's ...........and fond memories of LM Radio. (article published 2003-07-9) - Read more

AUDITION TO BECOME TV PRESENTER
Gateway hosts Sparletta Yo.TV search for talent. (article published 2003-07-4) - Read more

TREASURES & COLLECTIBLES FAIR
La Lucia Mall to host popular event on July 6. (article published 2003-07-4) - Read more

ARTSLINK.CO.ZA CLOSES MAJOR MODULES
Twelve modules of information closed on online database but publicity module still continues. (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

BOTANIC GARDENS HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS
Children are invited to enjoy a day of creative fun and activity at the Durban Botanic Gardens. (article published 2003-07-1) - Read more

FESTIVAL DIARIES
artSMart editor in Grahamstown presents regular report of the National Arts Festival. (article published 2003-06-28) - Read more

CASUAL DAY 2003
Fundraising project benefiting persons with disabilities. (article published 2003-06-25) - Read more

LOERIES FOR DISTURBANCE
Disturbance Design bags Loeries for graphic design! (article published 2003-06-25) - Read more

NBS HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
Home grown style at the Durban Exhibition Centre from June 27 to July 6. (article published 2003-06-25) - Read more

RAGGAMUFFIN PRINCESS & OTHERS
Entertainer and illustrator Linda Giddy offers theatre and portraiture. (article published 2003-06-21) - Read more

MAXIMISE CREATIVE POTENTIAL
Free course for creative souls at BAT Centre. (article published 2003-06-21) - Read more

DOLPHIN COAST UMDWEBO
Celebration of the art of fine living to take place in the Ballito area in July. (article published 2003-06-20) - Read more

DEMAND A DOX
New storage and retrieval system provides answer to lost travel documents. (article published 2003-06-16) - Read more

NEW NAC BOARD
Nhlanhla Mtaka, Linda Bukhosini, Nicky du Plessis and Dr and TPL Dumisa are KZN representatives on national arts body. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

ARTS AND CULTURE MARKETING ASSOCIATION
First formal association formed for marketing practitioners in the arts industry. (article published 2003-06-11) - Read more

AFRICAN EXPLORER
New free Internet magazine throws spotlight on Africa. (article published 2003-06-9) - Read more

PATHWAYS OF HOPE
Dance theatre piece showcased the artistic talents of KZN disabled youth. (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

BLUNT MAGAZINE ROADSHOW
Magazine’s biggest ever youth market promotion to take place at Gateway. (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

NETWORK FOR ARTS AND CULTURE SOUTH AFRICA (NACSA)
NACSA accepts apology of Director General of Department of Arts and Culture (article published 2003-06-5) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Plagues, real and imaginary. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2003-06-1) - Read more

ART IN THE PARK 2003
Landmark events on Pietermaritzburg’s annual calendar fatures 55 artists. (article published 2003-05-22) - Read more

VINTAGE RADIO
Springbok Radio favourites on Radio Today 1485 AM (article published 2003-05-15) - Read more

POETRY AFRICA 2003
7th Poetry Africa festival in Durban (article published 2003-05-15) - Read more

GREG KING FOR KWASUKA
Award-winning director has tenure for 18 months at Kwasuka Theatre. (article published 2003-05-15) - Read more

ACT BACK ON THE ARTS SCENE
Applications for the funding of arts, culture and heritage projects close on May 23. (article published 2003-05-14) - Read more

YEAHBO ONLINE
Youth culture portale site promises everything from fashion to club deejaying and music reviews. (article published 2003-05-3) - Read more

EQ IN DANCE
Educational dance focuses on building self-discovery and self-awareness. (article published 2003-04-25) - Read more

GLOBAL AWARD FOR GATEWAY
Umhlanga shopping shopping compel wins international design and development merit award. (article published 2003-04-24) - Read more

WESTVILLE HOTEL
Popular hotel outside Durban boasts brand new wedding venue. (article published 2003-04-17) - Read more

WOMEN OF THE YEAR
South Africans urged to submit nominations in any of the eight categories in Shoprite Checkers Woman of the Year Award 2003. (article published 2003-04-15) - Read more

CHINESE DRAGON BOAT RACING
Popular Chinese sport to take place in KZN waters. (article published 2003-04-15) - Read more

EVENING OF MAGIC & MIRTH
Comedy and illusion set to bedazzle audiences. (article published 2003-04-15) - Read more

MURPHY AXED FROM SAFM
Dianne Barnard to take over popular Sunday radio slot. (article published 2003-04-15) - Read more

PANSA & BASA CONFERENCE
First arts and culture marketing conference for South Africa. (article published 2003-04-11) - Read more

ZULU LEGENDS PRAWN
Lovers of prawns will enjoy latest menu at Zulu Legends at Musgrave. – Review by Caroline Smart (article published 2003-04-10) - Read more

DOLPHIN COAST UMDWEBO
Celebration of the art of fine living to take place in the Ballito area in July. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

ACT BACK ON THE ARTS SCENE
Applications for the funding of arts, culture and heritage projects close on May 23. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

ENTERTAINERS LEGAL SUPPORT
Role players in entertainment industry need protection. (article published 2003-04-9) - Read more

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MISS DOLPHINS 2003
The search is on for Miss Dolphins 2003 (article published 2003-04-6) - Read more

THEATRE SURVEY
Long-awaited survey puts posters and word of mouth as major influential factors to attend theatre. (article published 2003-03-30) - Read more

MYSTICAL TOUR TO EGYPT
Want a truly memorable tour of Egypt? (article published 2003-03-24) - Read more

EDGE
Fashion, dance, video art on the edge in the Playhouse Drama from Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre. (article published 2003-03-24) - Read more

MUSGRAVE CENTRE MARKET
Market on level 5 of Musgrave Centre takes place every Sunday. (article published 2003-03-24) - Read more

THE CUISINE FESTIVAL
Oyster Box Hotel to host pre-booked hands-on chef demonstrations. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

2003 NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL PROGRAMME
“Home at last and proud to be South African” is the motto of South Africa’s largest cultural festival. (article published 2003-03-22) - Read more

CAFÉ 1999
Gem of a restaurant believes in the celebration of tastes. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-21) - Read more

NEUROTRASH
With satirical stengun out in force, John Vlismas offers a hilarious stand-up comic show. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-03-19) - Read more

INFO SERVICE
Tourist brochure distribution service expands its network. (article published 2003-03-17) - Read more

ART AL FRESCO
A synergy of food and fine art in the KZN Midlands. (article published 2003-03-16) - Read more

EMPOWERING PRINTS
Fine publication dealing with Rorke’s Drift Art Centre’s 20 years of printmaking. (Review by Marianne Meijer) (article published 2003-03-16) - Read more

NEW SPONSORSHIP FOR GRAHAMSTOWN
National Arts Festival in Grahamstown scoops two new sponsorship partners. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

BARNYARD HOLDS AUDITIONS
Local supper theatre venue searches for new talent. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

BHEKA UKUTHULA AT RAINBOW
Rainbow Restaurant & Jazz Club now in partnership with reputed catering company. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

SPURRETT WINS RESEARCH AWARD
Ground-breaking philosophy scholar is honoured for innovative work. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

ALAN LIPMAN
Writer-critic Alan Lipman is among University of Natal’s honorary graduands for 2003. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

GOURMET COOKING AT ISANDLWANA
Renowned French chef Marcel Carles to conduct gourmet cooking class. (article published 2003-03-11) - Read more

WANTED A LIVING WAGE
Exhibition at Kwa Muhle Museum documents The Durban Strikes. (article published 2003-03-9) - Read more

STATUE OF PROPHET
Sculpture commissioned on Prophet Isaiah Mloyiswa Mdliwamafa Shembe (article published 2003-03-8) - Read more

COMMUNITY OPEN DAY
HIV/AIDS awareness through performing arts at K – Section Hall Kwa Mashu. (article published 2003-03-8) - Read more

LEISURESMART
Renamed of pages to (article published 2003-03-1) - Read more

FREEBIRDS
Musical collaboration between Dutch based Theatre Company and Eager Artists. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

GATEWAY AWARDS RETAILERS
Old Mutual Properties/Gateway Theatre of Shopping awards its retailers (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

WITS SCHOOL OF ARTS
Multi-disciplinary, multi-media unit at University of Witwatersrand. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

KHANYISILE KHOZA
Jewellery Design and Manufacturing Workshops by multi-award winning designer. (article published 2003-02-22) - Read more

PORTFOLIO PIX
Malcolm Leeman offers good rates for publcity photographs to encourage newspaper coverage. (article published 2003-02-20) - Read more

ART DECO POST CONGRESS MEETING
The 7th World Art Deco Congress wil be followed by Durban Meeting. (article published 2003-02-20) - Read more

SISANDZA – WOMEN IN THE ARTS
Sisandza - Women in the Arts is a newsletter which covers women arts personalities from Durban and surrounding areas. (article published 2003-02-19) - Read more

VLISMAS OFFERS NEUROTRASH
Well-known stand-up comic chooses his home town to launch his new show. (article published 2003-02-18) - Read more

THEATRE DIARY
Publication aims to attract a larger audience from both inside and outside of Durban. (article published 2003-02-18) - Read more

ELECTIONS & ERECTIONS
Scathingly brilliant, disarmingly self-revealing, refreshingly honest and deliciously un-PC! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-02-18) - Read more

ART DECO WEEK
Durban hosts international coalition of Art Deco Societies. (article published 2003-02-16) - Read more

GATEWAY ANTIQUE FAIR
Popular event to take place on February 16. (article published 2003-02-16) - Read more

CASUAL DAY
South Africa’s foremost fundraising project for persons with disabilities raise a record R5,8 million. (article published 2003-02-16) - Read more

LOW FAT GOES LUSCIOUS
Enjoy exceptionally tasty meals, without the guilt afterwards. Review by Sue Holloway (article published 2003-02-15) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Imported wines at moderate prices. (article published 2003-02-15) - Read more

DRAKENSBERG TAPESTRIES
One almost wants to climb right inside these glorious, well-chosen pictures. (Review by Catherynn Dunstan) (article published 2003-02-15) - Read more

BARNYARD HOLDS AUDITIONS
Aspiring singers and musicians invited to audition to supper theatre venue. (article published 2003-02-12) - Read more

GATEWAY VALENTINE
Gateway Theatre of Shopping offers special Valentin’s Day competition. (article published 2003-02-3) - Read more

CATALINA CLASSIC COMEDY COLLECTIVE
Promises to be one of the biggest comedy events of the year. (article published 2003-01-31) - Read more

LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP: BIG TIME!
An arepp Educational Theatre Programme for Senior High Learners. (article published 2003-01-24) - Read more

WANTED A LIVING WAGE
Exhibition on The Durban Strikes installed by eThekwini Local History Museums at KwaMuhle. (article published 2003-01-23) - Read more

MILLGATE GALLERY
New Millgate Gallery is good news for buyers and sellers alike (Report by Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Natal Witness) (article published 2003-01-23) - Read more

RE-ENACTMENT OF THE BATTLE OF ISANDLWANA
Dramatic episode of South African history enacted in northern KZN. (article published 2003-01-22) - Read more

NEW BOARD FOR THE PLAYHOUSE
Interim Board appointed by the Minister of Arts, Culture, Science & Technology for the Playhouse Company. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-01-17) - Read more

THE BEST OF VEGETARIAN COOKING
Recipes with substance from leading cookery author that contribute to a healthy lifestyle. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2003-01-11) - Read more

SIMPLY SAFARI
More of a décor book than a tourism guide, this offers wide-ranging styles as seen in Southern African game lodges and camps. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-01-11) - Read more

ART ON THE EDGE
Radio programme on January 8 highlights new Arts Directory and Cell C’s involvement in the arts. (article published 2003-01-7) - Read more

AFRICAN RENAISSANCE
One of SA’s finest photographers produces magnificent record of traditional and contemporary cultures of South Africa. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2003-01-6) - Read more

CURRY LEAVES AND CUMIN SEEDS
Beautifully produced book deals with a healthier approach to authentic Indian cookery. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2003-01-6) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FOOD
Renowned cookbook author and food writer Phillippa Cheifitz’s newest cookbook embraces contemporary recipes and the beauty of Cape Town and its surrounds. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2003-01-6) - Read more

KILLER WHALE NEEDS HOME
Beaded banner depicting a Killer Whale from Ningizimu School for the Severely Mentally Handicapped needs a home. (article published 2003-01-4) - Read more

PIETER DIRK UYS NEW BOOK
Interview with Pieter Dirk Uys on his new book. By Margaret von Klemperer, courtesy of The Witness. (article published 2003-01-3) - Read more

TOM MEEHAN - A REMEMBRANCE
Tribute from actor and raconteur Frank Graham. (article published 2003-01-3) - Read more

DEATH OF TOM MEEHAN
Veteran director, actor, writer and producer of radio theatre dies peacefully of heart failure aged 87. (article published 2003-01-2) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
All the very best for 2003! (article published 2003-01-1) - Read more

ECCENTRIC SOUTH AFRICA
Fascinating tribute to the kind of people who make up the multi-faceted tapestry of South African culture. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-30) - Read more

LA PETITE FERME
Publication dealing with Franschoek restaurant is one of artistry contained in more than just a recipe book. Review by Cherry MacIldowie. (article published 2002-12-30) - Read more

OUTDOOR PAINT TECHNIQUES
Paint effect enthusiasts offered the ability to turn their homes into places of splendour. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-29) - Read more

VIVA L’ITALIA
Inspiring recipes from Cordon Bleu trained New Zealand chef and award-winning food writer Julie Biuso. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-12-29) - Read more

VIVA L’ITALIA
Inspiring recipes from Cordon Bleu trained New Zealand chef and award-winning food writer Julie Biuso. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-12-29) - Read more

DECORATIVE PAINT FINISHES
The sky’s the limit with comprehensive and skilfully presented decorating book. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-29) - Read more

GREEN MAMBA ON NEW YEAR’S EVE
Full evening planned for New Year at Catalina and Zacks at Wilson's Wharf. (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

CREATIVE GLASS
Dorothy Wood offers clear and imaginative ideas to decorate glass with wire, beads and mosaic. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

DESERTSCAPES OF NAMIBIA
Beautifully presented book is a magnificent depiction of this area that has fascinated travellers for centuries. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

DESERTSCAPES OF NAMIBIA
Beautifully presented book is a magnificent depiction of this area that has fascinated travellers for centuries. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

SCRUMPTIOUS
A cookbook to be used on an everyday basis for good wholesome tastes. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Footprints in the sands of time. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

SPECTACULAR SOUTH AFRICA
Impressive coffee table book with stunning photography perfect for English, French and German speaking tourists. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
World class shiraz probably the most expensive red wine to emerge from the vineyards of the Cape. (article published 2002-12-28) - Read more

BEING FATHER CHRISTMAS
Dubbed the City’s best Father Christmas last year, actor and director Dennis Schauffer shares his experiences. (article published 2002-12-26) - Read more

SAAID DIRECTORY
Launching The SAAID Art Information Directory 2003 (article published 2002-12-25) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Best wishes for a safe and joyous festive season. (article published 2002-12-25) - Read more

WHITE WATER
Beautifully presented book would make superb gift for whitewater enthusiast. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-19) - Read more

THE CATALINA
Themi Venturas’s new theatre opens in the exciting surroundings of the Wilson’s Wharf development. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-12-15) - Read more

NEW RADIO PLAY
A new radio play produced, written and performed in Durban will feature on Radio Today’s festive season programme. (article published 2002-12-11) - Read more

TONY GROGAN’S CAPE TOWN SKETCHBOOK
Gentle and sympathetic humour from well-known Cape Times cartoonist. (Review by Michael Green) (article published 2002-12-9) - Read more

SEA WORLD SHOW
Popular annual carols and dolphins show on again at Sea World. (article published 2002-12-8) - Read more

CREATING A TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS
Delightful book sure to be welcomed by friends who enjoy entertaining. (Review by Sue Holloway) (article published 2002-11-25) - Read more

QUICK AND EASY PROJECTS FOR THE WEEKEND QUILTER
Welcome addition to the library of quilting books. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2002-11-24) - Read more

SANAC
Launch of the South African Network for Arts and Culture (article published 2002-11-24) - Read more

CATALINA
New theatre opens on Wilson’s Wharf. (article published 2002-11-24) - Read more

CALLIGRAPHY – A GUIDE TO HAND-LETTERING
Beautifully presented book by Margaret Morgan is a work of art in itself. (Review by John Simpson) (article published 2002-11-22) - Read more

DURBAN'S SUMMERS ARE HOT STUFF
Durban Africa announces a sizzling summer season (article published 2002-11-20) - Read more

CIRQUE DE SOLEIL –ALLEGRIA
M-Net show to transport audiences back to ancient monarchies. (article published 2002-11-19) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS
Standard Bank announces Young Artist Awards for 2003. (article published 2002-11-19) - Read more

IT ALL BEGINS
Poems from Postliberation South Africa soon to be launched. (article published 2002-11-18) - Read more

TRANSAFRICA EXPRESS
New faces at the BAT Centre’s restaurant and bar. (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

GATEWAY PHILHARMONIC
Durban City Orchestra in new guise appears regularly at Umhlanga shopping complex. (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

ANTIQUE FAIR AND VIRTUAL HOME
Gateway Theatre of Shopping offers two exciting attractions on November 17. (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

FINE CUISINE AT BALLITO MANOR
Internationally acclaimed and highly experienced chef offers delectable fare at Dolphin Coast venue. (article published 2002-11-17) - Read more

FBF TOURIST ATTRACTION
Visitors invited to visit Field Band Foundation project in the townships. (article published 2002-11-11) - Read more

COIMBRA REVAMPED
Popular Portuguese restaurant celebrates 16th birthday at new Glenashley venue. (article published 2002-11-11) - Read more

THE WORLD OF DOGS, CATS & PET
Feast of fun for animal lovers at Durban Exhibition Centre. (article published 2002-11-10) - Read more

MONEYWEBKZN
New business and investment website. (article published 2002-11-9) - Read more

BOTANICAL COLLECTIBLES SHOP
Fascinating selection of botanical pieces at Durban Botanic Gardens shop. (article published 2002-10-26) - Read more

SPCA BREAKFAST FOR QE2
See the QE2 sail into Durban with special breakfast at the Famous Fish Company. (article published 2002-10-26) - Read more

SPIRIT & SPICE
Winners of Durban Institute of Technology 2002 Fashion Show. (article published 2002-10-25) - Read more

INCD DECLARATION
Conference finds that citizens worldwide are impoverished when denied the diversity of all communities." (article published 2002-10-24) - Read more

ICC DURBAN SET TO EXPAND
Leading international convention centre set to double its capacity. (article published 2002-10-24) - Read more

WORLD AIDS CONCERT
Directorate of Arts & Culture to host special concert honouring artists who suffered or suffering from AIDS. (article published 2002-10-21) - Read more

FAST DÉCOR
Quick-to-assimilate instructions offer easy and non-expensive ways to create an individual décor. – Review by Peter Warren (article published 2002-10-20) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS SURVEY
Those wishing to support the performing arts are urged to complete questionnaires now available in libraries (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

AWARD FOR BARNYARD
The Barnyard Theatre at Gateway recognised by IMM for marketing excellence. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN'S WINE NOTES
Blind tasting of eight young blended reds. (article published 2002-10-18) - Read more

SPRINGCAMPAIGN
Durban Africa celebrates spring with a diverse range of cultural and leisure activities. (article published 2002-10-11) - Read more

HOTEL SCHOOL STUDENTS ON DISPLAY
Public invited to see spectacular exhibition by students of The International Hotel School. (article published 2002-10-11) - Read more

CUAMM-DOCTORS WITH AFRICA
Italian NGO to visit Africa invites photographers to participate in project. (article published 2002-10-11) - Read more

TAXI BY GETTY IMAGES
Gallo Images introduces new digest of trends, ideas and photographs. (article published 2002-10-8) - Read more

INSPIRATIONS
Amanda Laird-Cherry’s latest range inspired by iShwe Shwe fabrics. (article published 2002-10-7) - Read more

FRANK GRAHAM
Durban comedian to appear in Di Rosen’s Comedy Showcase. (article published 2002-10-7) - Read more

THE CATALINA
A new theatre rises on the new Wilson’s Wharf development at the Yacht Mole. (article published 2002-10-5) - Read more

GLOBALISATION AND ITS IMPACT
Cape Town international conference to deal with globalisation and its impact on arts and culture (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

HOMELESS
Exhibition at KwaMuhle Museum deals with survival on the streets of Durban. (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

PRISON CREATIVITY
The Creative Arts In Prison Awards 2002 (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

THREE CITIES TRAINEESHIP PROGRAMME
Deadline date for applications for next year extended to September 27. (article published 2002-09-25) - Read more

SPRINGCAMPAIGN
Durban Africa celebrates spring with a diverse range of cultural and leisure activities. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

AUDITIONS FOR BRETT BAILY
Black singers and dancers needed for musical drama to be performed in South Africa and Europe. (article published 2002-09-24) - Read more

BARNYARD NOMINATED
Gateway supper theatre venue nominated into initial stages of KZN annual awards. (article published 2002-09-19) - Read more

THE ARTSTAND
Stand promoting the performing arts now hosted by the Essenwood Craft Market. (article published 2002-09-16) - Read more

WHAT’S RIGHT & WRONG IN DURBAN
Theatre practitioners research the Durban theatre market. (article published 2002-09-16) - Read more

FLUX FESTIVAL
Biggest New Year party around for Mooi River. (article published 2002-09-15) - Read more

TEER-TOMASELLI ON EXECUTIVE BOARD
Prestigious post for Natal University academic. (article published 2002-09-15) - Read more

LOTUS FM JOCKSTARS
Lotus FM launches vibrant on-air talent. (article published 2002-09-15) - Read more

RED RIBBON
Metropolitan and SABCOHA launch South Africa's first definitive AIDS web portal. (article published 2002-09-15) - Read more

MARK SHUTTLEWORTH FOR CRAWFORD
South African space man appears at La Lucia Fun Day. (article published 2002-09-14) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE TRUST ACT AWARDS 2002
Finalists announced for those who have played a supportive role in development of the arts. (article published 2002-09-13) - Read more

THE LIVING ROOM PROGRAMME
Eager Artists offer innovative theatre programme for informal performance areas. (article published 2002-09-13) - Read more

KILIMANJARO AT IMAX
Travel to the Roof of Africa in under an hour from the comfort of a luxurious cinema seat. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-09-12) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Online source of entertainment and lifestyle information offers theatre/accommodation packages for those living outside Durban. (article published 2002-09-3) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO EVE STUART
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon pays tribute to a life-long friend. (article published 2002-09-3) - Read more

DEATH OF PHUMELELO MAWENI
Durban Africa’s CEO dies in Durban on August 26 after long illness. (article published 2002-08-26) - Read more

BBC WORLD SUMMIT COVERAGE
Extensive coverage of The World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg (article published 2002-08-26) - Read more

ARCHITECTURE MINI CONFERENCE
Seaview Conservation Group to discuss aspects of conservation on Heritage Day. (article published 2002-08-26) - Read more

ITAFA AMALINDE HERITAGE TRUST
Architectural Heritage Committee offers invitation to celebrate Heritage Month with illustrated talks and tours. (article published 2002-08-26) - Read more

BONANI AFRICA
Festival of Photography at Museum Africa in Johannesburg. (article published 2002-08-25) - Read more

REPRESENTATIONS OF AFRICA
Local History Museums host maps of the Don Africana Library covering four centuries of cartography. (article published 2002-08-25) - Read more

CREATIVE KIDS' CLUB
Correspondence club to introduce young readers to the magical world of theatre. (article published 2002-08-25) - Read more

DESPERATE PLEA FOR PIANO
Rhumbelow Theatre desperately looking for piano to enhance the venue’s assets. (article published 2002-08-24) - Read more

RAPTOR AWARDS
Deadine August 23 for final entries for awards recognizing excellence in the sponsorship industry. (article published 2002-08-22) - Read more

SPRINGBOK RADIO
One-time popular radio station back on the medium wave band on Thursday nights. (article published 2002-08-22) - Read more

STEEL DRUM FESTIVAL
Eighth annual People’s Bank Steel Drum Festival to take place at Botanic Gardens on August 24. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

BRANDED
BBC World’s programmes includes series that examines the consumer world. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

STAGEMODELS.COM
New model/character-casting agency and SA model guide. (article published 2002-08-20) - Read more

HEALERS MAGIC
Artistic Billboards project offers a healing strip created by traditional healers on city centre walls. (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

ART DECO SOCIETY
Itafa Amalinde Heritage Trust (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

COTA AUDITIONS
Company of Theatre Arts holds auditions for next production. (article published 2002-08-18) - Read more

PRIDE 2002
Gay Pride Heritage Festival 2002 at Zoo Lake in Johannesburg. (article published 2002-08-16) - Read more

FILM EXTRAS CASTING
Troubadour Productions looking for background extras for feature film. (article published 2002-08-15) - Read more

ART ON THE EDGE
National Arts Council CEO to be featured on radio programme on August 14. (article published 2002-08-14) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY
One week to go to the greatest KTV Market Day ever. (article published 2002-08-14) - Read more

KILIMANJARO AT IMAX
Travel to the Roof of Africa in David Breashears’ New IMAX Film. (article published 2002-08-13) - Read more

DEATH OF EVE STUART
Well-known public relations figure dies in Durban. (article published 2002-08-10) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard’s popular programme on SAfm has prestigious line-up of guests. (article published 2002-08-8) - Read more

UPDATE ON SNEDDON FIRE
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre manager Jackie Cunniffe gives an update on yesterday’s fire: (article published 2002-08-8) - Read more

FIRE AT THE SNEDDON
Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre catches on fire but damage not too devastating. (article published 2002-08-7) - Read more

CONTINUING EDUCATION LECTURES
University of Natal Durban offers lecture programmes dealing with the Roman Empire and Europe’s cultural heritage. (article published 2002-08-6) - Read more

VIJAY WINS AWARD
Durban jewellery designer scoops top national Jewellex Collection award. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

ARTISTS FOR THE FUTURE
Earth Justice Movement co-ordinates Earth Party in Botanical Gardens. (article published 2002-08-5) - Read more

BIG STAKES AND SLAP CHIPS
Highly individual stand-up comedian Marc Lottering pulls in the laughs. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-08-3) - Read more

SKINNY SNACKS
More of a practical guide to healthy eating rather than a favourite cook book. (Review by Anita Ballantyne) (article published 2002-07-31) - Read more

CAFE FOOD AT HOME
A winner cookbook by Capetonian Chef encourages even the most novice cook to tie those apron strings and start cooking. (Review by Anita Ballantyne) (article published 2002-07-31) - Read more

SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY
Hildé Slinger new National President for Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Pick of South African theatre, music and dance for a three day festival. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

AREPP EDUCATIONAL TRUST
Titles “Healthy, Happy and Hip!" and “Don’t Think So” represent vibrant educational theatre for KZN. (article published 2002-07-28) - Read more

CLASSIC CLOTHES
Welcome read and practical guide to classic dressing. Review by Anita Ballantyne. (article published 2002-07-25) - Read more

FNB VITA DURBAN THEATRE AWARDS
Durban winners announced today. (article published 2002-07-24) - Read more

EDUCATIONAL SHOWS
Arepp Educational Trust offers “Healthy, Happy and Hip!" and “Don’t Think So” educational theatre for KZN. (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

ANDRE’S NEW SKITS
The Hilarious Hypnotist offers fascinating comedy until July 28. (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

DEATH OF MARGIE LLOYD
Former SABC TV production assistant dies in Hilton. (article published 2002-07-20) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN 2002
A wrap-up of this year’s National Arts Festival proves that it was one of the best ever! (Review by Caroline Smart and Thomie Holtzhausen) (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

PETER BROOMFIELD
Tribute to well-known broadcaster who died recently after a long illness. (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

STATUE DELIVERED TO NY
Ningizimu School’s beadcloth sculpture handed over to New York Public School District 75. (article published 2002-07-19) - Read more

DEATH OF ADRIAAN DONKER
The passing of well-known poet, publisher and founding director of UND Centre for Creative Arts. (article published 2002-07-17) - Read more

DEATH OF PETER BROOMFIELD
Well-known broadcaster dies in Durban. (article published 2002-07-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
How much is too much? And the Markant Buying Group to market KWV’s Robert’s Rock range. (article published 2002-07-17) - Read more

TAP DOGS
Six extremely fit and gorgeous young men prove that tap can be extended to an extravaganza of percussive dance and movement. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-07-17) - Read more

ARTSLINK
Major arts online hub to charge obligatory subscription fee. (article published 2002-07-16) - Read more

CASUAL DAY 2002
Show you care for persons with disabilities. (article published 2002-07-16) - Read more

GOOD GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
National Arts Festival 2002 attendance figures up from 2001. (article published 2002-07-15) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
What, at this moment in time, is a cliché? (Ulysses Online) (article published 2002-07-14) - Read more

BRIGHT BABY
Easy-to-read publication is well researched, realistic and inspiring. Review by Penny van der Merwe (article published 2002-07-10) - Read more

BLOOMING QUOTES
“Blooming Quotes” s a delightful collection of Keith Kirsten’s favourite gardening anecdotes. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-07-9) - Read more

PICK OF THE BUNCH
In “Pick of the Bunch”, Lynn Bedford Hall gives you more than a 120 scrumptious reasons to become a vegetarian. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-07-9) - Read more

BROADCAST SPONSOR
SABC3 has announced its support once again for National Arts Festival. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

ZIETSMAN TO USA
Artwatch tells of move of former Playhouse Company CEO to the United States. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

HILTON THEATRE
Sue Clarence now taken over the reins of managing the Hilton College Theatre. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

HA HA COMEDY SHOWCASE
East Coast Radio and producers NEAR Entertainment offer a festival of laughter. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

KZN ARTISTS TOPS
Successes and disasters for South African floral artists at 7th World Flower Show. (article published 2002-06-28) - Read more

ARTSLINK.CO.ZA
Artslink.co.za to charge reasonable subscription fee to access valuable information resource. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

ACT: ART COLLECTORS AUCTION
Goodman Gallery to host second ACT: Art Collectors Auction of the Year. (article published 2002-06-27) - Read more

PALETTE WELL RECEIVED
New art publication receives overwhelming response to the first issue. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

NAC INVITES APPLICATIONS
The National Arts Council invites applications for funding from companies with a proven track record. (article published 2002-06-17) - Read more

EVELYN CRESSWELL ATTACKED
KZN poet viciously assaulted in Mtunzini. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

NIGEL HUGHES BOOK
Adams Campus Bookshop and IKE's Books and Collectables launch “The Paintings of the Bay of Natal”. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

NIGEL HUGHES BOOK
Art teacher Robin Opperman of the Ningizimu School for the Severely Mentally Handicapped is a very delighted man. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FRINGE
A robust line-up promises a feast of toe-tapping, hip-wiggling, thought-provoking entertainment. (article published 2002-06-15) - Read more

USTAD RAVI AT MISS INDIA LAUNCH
Local performer for worldwide pageant. (article published 2002-06-13) - Read more

NEW CONCEPT AT LEGENDS
Adventure food to match modern adventure lifestyle trend.’ (article published 2002-06-12) - Read more

STATUE OF LIBERTY
Students of Ningizimu School for the SMH show solidarity with the people of New York by creating beaded sculpture work. (article published 2002-06-11) - Read more

HIP-HOP ASSOCIATION
Victor Mhaladi’s organisation officially recognised by the University of Natal’s SRC. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

ALLIANCE BURSARIES
Deadline June 15 for applications for bursaries to the French Language Centre. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

AI FUNDRAISING EVENING
10th Anniversary celebration of Amnesty International Durban Group (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

SMIRNOFF FASHION
Entries are invited from designers for the Smirnoff Fashion Experience. (article published 2002-06-10) - Read more

MA AFRIKA
Competition acknowledges uplifting development. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

ROCTAILS
Musician Rocco de Villiers plays barman in this fun-to-use cocktail recipe book. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

THE COMPLETE SOUTH AFRICAN COOKBOOK
The only recipe book you will ever need to cook authentic South African food without a fuss. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

NBS HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
KZN's premier home and lifestyle showcase takes place from June 28 to July 7 at the Durban Exhibition Centre. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

IPM WOMEN'S CONVENTION
Soaring to new heights, Durban convention celebrates Womanhood. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

THE SPORTING HORSE
Limited edition coffee table book celebrates SA equestrian culture from dignified dressage to high speed polo, a must have for any horse lover. (article published 2002-06-9) - Read more

OUTDOOR LIVING
If you’ve ever looked outside your window and experienced a numbing of the spirit, “Outdoor Living“ will recharge your creative batteries and kindle an enthusiasm for establishing outdoor spaces of beauty, peace and joy. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-06-8) - Read more

WOODWORK FOR THE GARDEN
“Woodwork for the Garden” presents 16 functional yet attractive woodwork projects for the garden. (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-06-8) - Read more

DOLPHIN MEDITATION
Meditation in the presence of dolphins in aid of marine conservation. (article published 2002-06-4) - Read more

LOCALS GO INTERNATIONAL
Eager Artists gearing up for Grahamstown. (article published 2002-06-2) - Read more

LEGENDS GOES INDIGENOUS
Legends of Musgrave has a joint 21st birthday celebration with the Elizabeth Snedden Theatre. (article published 2002-06-2) - Read more

ECR IN SINGAPORE
East Coast Radio website recently voted 38th in the world in the radio category. (article published 2002-05-21) - Read more

66TH SAMA CONFERENCE
Rousing the Silent Giant: New Paradigms for the Heritage the title for the next SAMA Conference to held in Durban in June. (article published 2002-05-19) - Read more

NAC ANNOUNCES NEW PANELISTS
Names of new advisory panelists announced by National Arts Council. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

DURBAN WINS INDABA BID!
The most hotly contested international convention bid in the country is finally over! (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

CHARITY RAFFLE 2002
Combined Service Clubs Charity Raffle going extremely well with close on 50,000 tickets distributed. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

AUDITION NOTICE
Troubadour Productions looking to cast the roles of two youngsters for forthcoming movie. (article published 2002-05-17) - Read more

GUIDE TO CULTURAL TOURISM IN SOUTH AFRICA
Unique guide will assist tourists to know the people and culture of an excitingly diverse South Africa (Review by Hendrik Baird) (article published 2002-05-14) - Read more

HILTON COLLEGE THEATRE
What’s coming up at popular theatre in the Midlands. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

SA HANDBOOK ON ARTS AND CULTURE
Long-awaited second edition of invaluable directory. (article published 2002-04-22) - Read more

TRANSPORT EXHIBITION
"Ngithathungibeke : Taxis and Buses in Durban" currently running at the Old Court House Museum. (article published 2002-04-21) - Read more

ART OF BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP
Nominees for the Fifth Annual Business Day/BASA Awards . (article published 2002-04-21) - Read more

GOING PLACES
Full colour entertainment and lifestyle magazine to be launched in May. (article published 2002-04-20) - Read more

OPERA TOUR TO ITALY
Rennies Travel presents Italian operatic extravaganza tour with Chris Meintjes. (article published 2002-04-20) - Read more

NATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL
Box office hits and bold innovations for the 2002 National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (article published 2002-04-19) - Read more

SCULPTURE STOLEN
Kwasuka’s bust of Douglas Livingstone lost …. and found! (article published 2002-04-19) - Read more

CLICK ONLINE
BBC World's Click Online celebrates 100th episode (article published 2002-04-15) - Read more

LAUNCH OF WHEAT TRUST
Organisation aims to support and strength South African women’s commitment to community development. (article published 2002-04-3) - Read more

ST. GEORGE'S DAY
Traditional lunch to honour the patron saint of England (article published 2002-04-2) - Read more

KZN TALENT DISCOVERY
Talent contest on the Point Waterfront. (article published 2002-03-31) - Read more

SHOWBUZZ
New thirteen-part TV series on M-Net offers theatre a new and exciting platform. (article published 2002-03-31) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard’s line up for her guests in popular radio programme. (article published 2002-03-31) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Marc Rose-Christie and Robert Whitehead feature in Dianne Barnard’s popular radio programme. (article published 2002-03-19) - Read more

CHARITY RAFFLE 2002
Combined Service Clubs provides community and charities with a good way to raise funds. (article published 2002-03-19) - Read more

GETALIFE EXPO
Dynamic new consumer show offers ideas to make the most of leisure time. (article published 2002-03-18) - Read more

SPIKE MILLIGAN
Spike Milligan is dead. Long live the good times he gave us. (Tribute from Des Lindberg, 28.02.2002, on artslink.co.za) (article published 2002-03-12) - Read more

KWASUKA AUDITIONS
Kwasuka Theatre Company to hold auditions on March 15 with particular focus on schools touring production of “Shades of Marguerite Poland”. (article published 2002-03-10) - Read more

RADIO ACTOR BECOMES ARTIST
John Simpson sets aside the microphone, turns his hand to watercolour and gets hooked! (article published 2002-02-25) - Read more

THE TRUTH ABOUT TIBET
Photographic exhibition organised by the Tibet Society of South Africa for NSA. (article published 2002-02-23) - Read more

RED EYE @RT
Durban Art Gallery initiative back in business after well-earned break. (article published 2002-02-23) - Read more

POCKETBOOK TRAVEL EXPANDS
Well-known Rough Guides expand their territory. (article published 2002-02-22) - Read more

ARTS DATABASE
PANSA launches national performing arts database (article published 2002-02-21) - Read more

NEW LIGHT ON ARTSCAPE
“Cats” heralds start of multi-million rand upgrade of Artscape stage facilities. (article published 2002-02-15) - Read more

SLOVO AND RATTRAY ON SAFM
Dianne Barnard talks to daughter of freedom fighters and war historian on her radio programme. (article published 2002-02-14) - Read more

DEATH OF IKE MAYET
Book restorer and dealer in Africana and antiquarian books dies after long illness. (article published 2002-02-12) - Read more

ARTSPOKEN
Artslink.co.za wants your voice to be heard! (article published 2002-02-11) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Sponsors of the arts to receive recognition in fifth award year. (article published 2002-02-11) - Read more

CLOSING DATES FOR NAC PROJECTS
National Arts Council entries to be in by February 15 for project applications, bursary applications and nominations to advisory panels. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

DISCOVER THE MAGIC
All embracing handy-sized publication a must for any tourist. (article published 2002-02-7) - Read more

NEWSLINK
Artslink.co.za and Business Day present a new link to the news. (article published 2002-01-24) - Read more

SAfm SUMMER LECTURES
Radio series celebrates richness of South African intellectual thought and cutting edge research being done in South African Universities. (article published 2002-01-24) - Read more

DUTCH LANGUAGE CHANNEL
Live Royal Dutch wedding broadcast spearheads launch of new DStv channel. (article published 2002-01-24) - Read more

ASSITEJ CONFERENCE
Durban to host African regional meeting of international organisation involved in Theatre for Children and Young People. (article published 2002-01-24) - Read more

TICKET COMPANY MERGER
Merger between Computicket and TicketWeb now complete. (article published 2002-01-23) - Read more

LOTTERY FUNDING
National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund calls for further applications. (article published 2002-01-20) - Read more

CASUAL DAY 2001
Monies raised from awareness project. (article published 2002-01-18) - Read more

eTHEKWINI HERITAGE
Local museums combine under new department. (article published 2002-01-18) - Read more

PANEL NOMINATIONS
Invitation to submit nominations for members of the National Arts Council advisory panels. (article published 2002-01-13) - Read more

CREATIVE INDUSTRIES SKILLS
MAPPP SETA seeks to recruit competent and energetic management. (article published 2002-01-13) - Read more

LESEDI CULTURAL VILLAGE
Well-designed cultural experience and good food at this interesting venue. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-01-10) - Read more

OWLS & OWLING
Handy little book that will appeal to both twitchers and owl lovers. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2002-01-6) - Read more

BOTANIC GARDENS ANNIVERSARY
Celebration of 150th anniversary of well-known Durban landmark. (article published 2002-01-5) - Read more

AFRICA
Magnificent images alone are worth the R584 price of this superb coffee table publication. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-01-4) - Read more

CELBRITY COOKBOOK
High profile personalities contribute to amusing collection of recipes in support of Hospice. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2002-01-4) - Read more

CRASH SESSIONS
Crash course of French lectures at Alliance Française Durban (article published 2002-01-3) - Read more

RNE SUPPORTS PERFORMING ARTS
Royal Netherlands Embassy provides funds for PANSA projects. (article published 2002-01-3) - Read more

NEW BOARDS IMMINENT
New boards for national cultural institutions imminent. (article published 2002-01-1) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard’s radio programme on January 5 becomes the SAfm Summer. (article published 2002-01-1) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR
Best wishes for the year ahead from the artSMart team. (article published 2002-01-1) - Read more

MUSIC AND DANCE WORKSHOPS
KZN Department of Education and Culture and Field of Rhythm present free workshops. (article published 2001-12-29) - Read more

BAT FESTIVE SEASON
Build up to New Year’s Eve BAT Bash from December 28 to 31. (article published 2001-12-28) - Read more

HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Late message but nevertheless, a very sincere one! (article published 2001-12-25) - Read more

THE AFRICAN BONSAI COLLECTION
Hilarious and cleverly written send-up of bonsai tree culture a must from literary, craft and visual arts viewpoints. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-12-24) - Read more

ROBBEN ISLAND
Charlene Smith’s well-researched book of famous – and infamous - World Heritage site makes for essential reading. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2001-12-24) - Read more

EIGHT STYLES
Exploration of the philosophy of interior living in relation to personal style. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie and Gaby Sinton) (article published 2001-12-24) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-18) - Read more

ARTSMART CLASSIFIEDS
Coming soon ....! (article published 2001-12-16) - Read more

MARIE CLAIRE FOOD AND DRINK
Continuing in the Marie Claire tradition, this Food and Drink book will inspire with its modern, fresh approach to food and entertaining. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-12-16) - Read more

THE RAINBOW INDIGNATION
Three engaging young men present series of short comedy sketches. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-12-14) - Read more

ALADDIN
Two highly experienced talents produce delightful Christmas panto for young and old. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-12-13) - Read more

AFRICAN ADVENTURER’S GUIDE TO MOZAMBIQUE
Well researched book offers tips for a trouble-free and happy holiday. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2001-12-8) - Read more

THE MONDAY TO SUNDAY COOKBOOK
The Monday to Sunday Cookbook approaches cooking in a novel way. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-12-8) - Read more

WIN! WIN! WIN!
Three books on free giveaway offer by answering simple questions. (article published 2001-12-3) - Read more

THE 4X4 COOKBOOK
If only I had seen this book before spending seven days in the Kalahari! (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2001-12-3) - Read more

FRENCH LECTURES
Crash session of 80 hours offered by Alliance Française de Durban. (article published 2001-12-2) - Read more

PROF SNEDDON AS PATRON
Professor Elizabeth Sneddon agrees to be patron of The Shakespeare Society of Southern Africa. (article published 2001-11-22) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INTERIM ADMINISTRATOR
Rodney Mthethwa appointed by Dr Ben Ngubane to three months position. (article published 2001-11-22) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE INTERIM ADMINISTRATOR
Rodney Mthethwa appointed by Dr Ben Ngubane to three months position. (article published 2001-11-20) - Read more

LORD OF THE RINGS ON SMS
MTN launches Lord of the Rings SMS games. (article published 2001-11-18) - Read more

CHRISTMAS AT THE ROYAL
Smaller companies can enjoy the Royal top quality fare with “Join the Party” packages. (article published 2001-11-18) - Read more

SA’S FOUR TOP YOUNG ARTISTS
Standard Bank Young Artist award winners announced. (article published 2001-11-18) - Read more

THE SHILOH PROJECT
Modern repatriation adventure. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

ICC HEAD RESIGNS
Peter Brokenshire takes up Australian post. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

HOSPICE TREE OF LIGHT
Switch-On of popular event in Jameson Park in Durban. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

DRAKENSBERG SHOW
Sight and sound show presented by John Hone. (article published 2001-11-17) - Read more

DENNIS BECKETT
Dianne Barnard interviews irascible TV presenter in her SAfm programme. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

SANATA AGM
First national annual general meeting of SA National Amateur Theatre Association. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

HANDBOOK ON ARTS AND CULTURE
Next edition of valuable publication being researched (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

SEED TALK
Writer and lecturer John Seed will give a public talk at Kwasuka Theatre on November 16 in the evening. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

STAGE LIGHTING WORKSHOP
Noted Danish lighting designer Lars Egegaard Sørensen offers free workshop. (article published 2001-11-14) - Read more

RICHES OF AFRICA 2001
Anglogold exhibits Riches Of Africa 2001 Gold Jewellery Collection at Technikon Natal. (article published 2001-11-12) - Read more

NOTHEMBA MADUMO
New voice on SAfm on Saturday evenings. (article published 2001-11-12) - Read more

WORLD AIDS DAY EXPO
Full day event to be held on December 1 at Durban Jewish Centre. (article published 2001-11-12) - Read more

THE BONSAI HANDBOOK
Win a copy of this book by answering a few simple questions. Deadline for entries December 10, 2001. (article published 2001-11-11) - Read more

NEW CASINO HOTEL
Three Cities to manage new Pietermaritzburg Hotel (article published 2001-11-11) - Read more

PARTY CAKES FOR CHILDREN
Win a copy of this book by answering a few simple questions. Deadline for entries December 10. (article published 2001-11-10) - Read more

COMPUTICKET MERGES WITH TICKETWEB
Computicket announces showstopping deal. (article published 2001-11-10) - Read more

70 BEST BOOKS
Festive season’s 70 best books for Publishers’ Choice 2001. (article published 2001-11-10) - Read more

CATCHING THE MOMENT
Top wildlife photographers offer inspiration for even the newest photographic recruit. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-11-7) - Read more

THREE CHEFS IN THE CAPE
Ross Burden, Alan Coxon and Aldo Zilli turn their culinary talents to the written word in well-presented cookery book. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-11-7) - Read more

ROSES
Book on roses to be read and read again that lifts the veil of mystery regarding pruning. (Review by John Simpson) (article published 2001-11-3) - Read more

THE BONSAI HANDBOOK
Not cruelty to plantlife but an extension of nature’s own ingenuity. (Review by John Simpson) (article published 2001-11-3) - Read more

CURTAIN MAKING
Worthwhile asset for anyone who would like to learn how to make their own curtains. (Review by Audrey Coetzee) (article published 2001-11-2) - Read more

DURBAN DIWALI FESTIVAL
Activities include a float procession, opening ceremony and Lighting Up The Night. (article published 2001-11-1) - Read more

CELEBRITY COOKBOOK
Innovative publication to raise R500,000 for Hospice (article published 2001-11-1) - Read more

ART ON THE EDGE
Tomorrow's show looks at the profound impact the terrorist attacks of September 11 have had on Popular Culture. (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

THE ARTS DIARY
Calling all artists. A new audience can be reached through the Internet – free! (article published 2001-10-23) - Read more

PAIN RAISES R27,000
Benefit fund launched at star-studded evening of KZN top performers. (article published 2001-10-22) - Read more

THE BEST OF THE AGFA WILDLIFE AWARDS:
A treasure trove to return to when the visual senses need rejuvenating. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

WATER FEATURES FOR THE GARDEN
You’ll need a fair level of handyman skills to produce these attractive items. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

RED EYE @RT REPRISE
No November event but stand by for December! (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

NOT ONLY A WHITE MAN’S WAR
Photographic exhibition on Anglo-Boer War running in tandem with “Ekhaya Poppie”. (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

NINGIZIMU WINS
Ningizimu school wins special education certificate. (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

BOSWELL WILKIE CEASES TOURING
Economical times hit Boswell Wilkie Circus. (article published 2001-10-21) - Read more

THE BEGINNERS GUIDE. WATERCOLOUR LANDSCAPES
Ian Sidaway gets over his instructions in a unique way without being wordy. (Review by John Simpson) (article published 2001-10-20) - Read more

ACT AWARDS
Three Durban finalists in Arts & Culture Trust Awards 2001. (article published 2001-10-20) - Read more

PRIMARY SOUND COURSE
BA Sound Studio hosts ideal course for aspiring musicians and volunteer sound engineers. (article published 2001-10-20) - Read more

CONFERENCE ON HIMALAYA
Alliance Française hosts free slide show by Patrick Le Fort. (article published 2001-10-16) - Read more

BENEFIT CONCERT
Glitzy benefit extravaganza featuring top Durban performers. (article published 2001-10-15) - Read more

ST LEGER & VINEY AT DECOREX
Top décor specialists show latest ranges at Durban exhibition. (article published 2001-10-9) - Read more

WALKABOUT FOR PERFORMERS
Aldo Brincat offers actors, musicians and entertainers a walkabout of the Barnard Theatre. (article published 2001-10-9) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard’s popular Saturday lunch time radio programme. (article published 2001-10-9) - Read more

FASHION AWARDS
The ML Sultan Technikon department of fashion design recently held its annual fashion show. (article published 2001-10-9) - Read more

KIDS FOR KIDS
Fundraising concert promises feast of light-hearted entertainment. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

NOMINATIONS FOR PANEL
Nominations invited for candidates for NAC advisory panels. (article published 2001-10-5) - Read more

ACT FINALISTS
Finalists announced for The Arts & Culture Trust 2001 Awards. (article published 2001-10-3) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY
Popular event for young entrepreneurs. (article published 2001-09-29) - Read more

SIYABONGA LINKS UP FOR WEBSITE
Ningizimu school student partners international students for ThinkQuest competition. (article published 2001-09-29) - Read more

FRIENDS’ FAVOURITES
Tried-and-tested main course recipes contributed by Friends of the Tatham Art Gallery. (article published 2001-09-25) - Read more

BARNYARD AT GATEWAY
Durban theatre-goers offered a unique experience in evening entertainment. (article published 2001-09-21) - Read more

NORTHWOOD FASHION
Northwood Boys’ High School to present fashion show. (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

CENTENARY FAIRE
Celebration of Mitchell Park’s 100th birthday. (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

MONICA FOR SATURDAY LIGHT
Monica Fairall takes over from Joy Cameron-Dow on popular SAfm programme. (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

NELSON MANDELA THEATRE
Johannesburg Civic Theatre renames its main stage. (article published 2001-09-20) - Read more

THE AFRICAN PENGUIN
Handy-sized delightful little book that will interest anyone fascinated with wild life and the South African environment. (Review by Sheina Wood) (article published 2001-09-19) - Read more

AUDITIONS FOR CARIBBEAN CRUISE
Nancy Rios looking for performers for cruise liner in Caribbean. (article published 2001-09-17) - Read more

CELEBRATING NATIONAL SYMBOLS
Different and more meaningful Heritage Day promised. (article published 2001-09-17) - Read more

PRAYER SERVICE
Emergency interfaith service of prayers for peace and solidarity. (article published 2001-09-17) - Read more

SHINING LIGHT AWARDS COLLECTION
Awards for Excellence in diamond jewellery design launched at NSA Gallery. (article published 2001-09-13) - Read more

THEMBA WAKASHE FOR DACST
New deputy Director-General for arts and culture department. (article published 2001-09-13) - Read more

ATTACK ON THE USA
Condolences to all who may have lost friends or family. (article published 2001-09-12) - Read more

THE PROTEA FAMILY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
Colin Paterson-Jones’ book about “one of the subcontinent’s most charismatic groups of plants” (Review by Sheina Wood). (article published 2001-09-10) - Read more

DIABETES – EAT & ENJOY
Wonderful array of clear and simple recipes. (review by Patrick Collyer) (article published 2001-09-9) - Read more

FAIRLADY FASHION
MNet to screen Fairlady Fashion Awards. (article published 2001-09-8) - Read more

THE REGIMENT
Potted history of the BSAP accompanied by handsome watercolour plates. (Review by David Wood) (article published 2001-09-7) - Read more

PANSA MEETING ON SATURDAY
Performing Arts Network KZN to hold meeting on September 8. (article published 2001-09-6) - Read more

STEVEN SUCCEEDS
This year’s FNB Vita best actor is doing well in London. (article published 2001-09-4) - Read more

EGYPTIAN TUTS
Paul Clark realises his dream with theme restaurant. (article published 2001-09-4) - Read more

ANDRE’S BACK
The Hilarious Hypnotist performs in Pietermaritzburg. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

HEALTH THROUGH ENTERTAINMENT
New graduate module offered by UND’s Cultural and Media Studies. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

CULTURAL PROGRAMME
Cultural Programme for World Conference Against Racism. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

BOOK FOR HILTON
Booking is now open for the Natal Witness Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 2001-08-31) - Read more

ART OF THE MATTER
Weekly radio programme on SAfm. (article published 2001-08-25) - Read more

AFRICAN BANK TO THE RESCUE
Market Theatre touched by an angel at last. (Extract from artslink.co.za) (article published 2001-08-25) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
Stop the presses! And think twice before restarting them. (Ulysses Online) (article published 2001-08-24) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
A gourmet weekend in the Midlands. (article published 2001-08-24) - Read more

WIN A CAR
National Sea Rescue Institute fund-raising campaign offers 4x4 Raider as prize. (article published 2001-08-21) - Read more

EVERYDAY
The NSA Gallery presents an extract from everyday life, to be performed outside. (article published 2001-08-21) - Read more

SPRINGBOK RADIO WEBSITE
Enthusiast in the US plans to remember the good old days of commercial radio. (article published 2001-08-19) - Read more

ROSEMARY CAN HELP
Stroke victim available to provide communication skills. (article published 2001-08-18) - Read more

ART DECO SOCIETY
Next meeting held on August 19 for Art Deco enthusiasts. (article published 2001-08-12) - Read more

TALKING SPIRIT
The Imbumba Artists Production is a community based company specialising in theatre, dance and music. (article published 2001-08-12) - Read more

ANDRÉ THE HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
Popular entertainer returns for another season of hilarious hypnotism. (article published 2001-08-9) - Read more

FNB VITA REGIONAL THEATRE AWARDS
Durban winners for 2000/2001 announced. (article published 2001-07-25) - Read more

TRIBUTE TO MIKE LIPSCHITZ
Playhouse MD, Professor Caesar Ndlovu, pays tribute to the late Mike Lipschitz. (article published 2001-07-24) - Read more

NEW LOOK FOR SAFM
Popular radio station changes Sunday morning format. (article published 2001-07-24) - Read more

FFFDC CLASSES
New time schedule for Fantastic Flying Fish Dance Company evening classes. (article published 2001-07-24) - Read more

WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Chloe Rolfes, Tebogo Kgobokoe and Miriam Makeba finalists for arts and culture category. (article published 2001-07-23) - Read more

AYAHUASCA WORKSHOPS
Dr Luis Eduardo Luna conducts two experiential workshops (article published 2001-07-23) - Read more

PERFORMING ARTS NETWORK
Regional launches undertaken in three major centres. (article published 2001-07-23) - Read more

DEATH OF MIKE LIPSCHITZ
Tributes to former Mayor of Durban. (article published 2001-07-22) - Read more

KZN NOMINEES
KZN performers nominated for Gauteng FNB Vita awards. (article published 2001-07-22) - Read more

CASUAL DAY 2001
Largest fundraising project for persons with disabilities (article published 2001-07-22) - Read more

IN MEMORIAM
Death of Mike Lipschitz, former Mayor of Durban. (article published 2001-07-21) - Read more

IMPOSSIBLE MICROWORLD
Museum specialising in the smallest man-made creations on earth. (article published 2001-07-21) - Read more

NEDBANK SPRING SCHOOL
Wide selection of talks, courses and cultural trails at Kloof High School. (article published 2001-07-21) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Exclusive interview with Dolly Rathebe on radio programme. (article published 2001-07-21) - Read more

THE STATE OF THE ARTS
Open letter from Chief Executive Officer of the National Arts Council. (article published 2001-07-20) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Featured guests in Dianne Barnard’s popular Saturday radio programme. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

DURBAN JEWISH CLUB
Historic venue makes strong comeback into Durban’s theatre scene. (article published 2001-07-19) - Read more

CURTAIN UP
Children supporting children though theatre. (article published 2001-07-17) - Read more

DEATH OF ROBERT GORNEMANN
Well-known Durban photographer dies at his home in Durban. (article published 2001-07-15) - Read more

AYANDA MJI’S CLEOPATRA
South African sculpture to Shakespeare's birthplace in UK. (article published 2001-07-15) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN FARE AT WATERFRONT
Today, the Playhouse Company’s Transnet Truck offers exciting programme at Waterfront. (article published 2001-07-15) - Read more

CHANSONS, LUMIÈRE ET FLEURS 5
Innovative floral artists back again and pulling the audiences in as usual! (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-07-7) - Read more

HIT REFRESH
The Festivals page seems to be suffering from overload, if the current day's report isn't featured then hit Refresh button to renew data. (article published 2001-07-4) - Read more

SABC AT GRAHAMSTOWN
Daily coverage by SABC3 until July 6 of Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2001-07-3) - Read more

SABC AT GRAHAMSTOWN
Daily coverage by SABC3 until July 6 of Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 2001-07-3) - Read more

DURBAN FNB VITA NOMINEES
The nominees for the FNB Vita Regional Theatre Awards, 2000/2001 for Durban have been announced. (article published 2001-06-30) - Read more

DURBAN FNB VITA NOMINEES
The nominees for the FNB Vita Regional Theatre Awards, 2000/2001 for Durban have been announced. (article published 2001-06-30) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN’S FINE AND SUNNY
Start of the 2001 Standard Bank National Arts Festival in Grahamstown. (Report by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

SCOTTISH GATHERING
Tartan games and Scottish traditions for fun day out. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH WITH DIANNE BARNARD
Kirsten, Khumalo, Ramsey and Amra Faye for radio chat show programme. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

PUPIL OF THE MILLENNIUM
Cartoonist Jock Leyden honoured posthumously by his former high school. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

WAVE DANCER
Party boat the perfect answer for corporate functions carrying live entertainment. (article published 2001-06-28) - Read more

A PASSION FOR THE ARTS
Arts and Culture Trust continues to provide critical funding for artistic projects (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

GATEWAY FOUNTAINS
Water features of a nature never seen before for Gateway. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

SCHOOL OF ARTS AUDITIONS
Gauteng based performing and visual arts school holds entrance auditions. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

PANSA LAUNCH
KZN launch of The Performing Arts Network of South Africa. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

NORTHLANDS WI VARIETY SHOW
Dancers aged between 60 and 85 strut their stuff in entertaining production. (article published 2001-06-21) - Read more

CULTURAL PROGRAMME
Programme designed for World Conference Against Racism - NGO Forum. (article published 2001-06-20) - Read more

ANTIQUES COURSE
International antiques expert and restorer Emmeke van der Meulen (article published 2001-06-20) - Read more

ANTIQUES COURSE
International antiques expert and restorer Emmeke van der Meulen (article published 2001-06-20) - Read more

DEATH OF BRIAN O-SHAUGHNESSY
Well-known director, playwright, stage and film actor dies of heart attack. (article published 2001-06-19) - Read more

BAT NEEDS RESTAURATEURS
Restaurateurs interested in establishing a new restaurant at the BAT Centre are reminded that the deadline for applications is June 15, 2001. (article published 2001-06-11) - Read more

EXHIBITION BY I-JUSI
Experimental graphic design magazine exhibition for NSA Galleries. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Bill Flynn and Duncan Royce for Dianne Barnard’s popular Saturday programme. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

SA HANDBOOK
Contributions required for new edition of The South African Handbook on Arts and Culture. (article published 2001-06-10) - Read more

SACP YOUTH DAY
Youth commemoration for BAT Centre. (article published 2001-06-9) - Read more

CREATURES OF HABIT: UNDERSTANDING AFRICAN ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
Fascinating and highly informative book about African animal behaviour. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-06-8) - Read more

AMAOTI CELEBRATION
10th birthday of Amaoti Disabled People’s Association at Durban Art Gallery. (article published 2001-06-7) - Read more

MA AFRIKA 2001
A competition for the women of Africa (article published 2001-06-5) - Read more

NBS HOUSE & GARDEN SHOW
This year’s theme is A Lifestyle Celebration (article published 2001-06-5) - Read more

LAUNCH OF NAAIRS
National Automated Archival Information Retrieval System now available on Internet. (article published 2001-06-3) - Read more

AWARD FOR BYRNE
Durban organ builder honoured for sponsorship of City Hall organ renovation. (article published 2001-06-3) - Read more

NOT THE GRAHAMSTOWN FESTIVAL
From the cutting-edge to the poetic, it’s all happening at DHS. (article published 2001-06-1) - Read more

APOLOGIES
artSMart has been "off the air" due to technical problems. (article published 2001-05-30) - Read more

CREATIVE KIDS CLUB
Fun introduction to the performing arts at The Playhouse up and running again. (article published 2001-05-19) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Popular radio programme hosted by Michelle Constant. (article published 2001-05-19) - Read more

CALL FOR ACTION
Concerned arts practitioners launch national Performing Arts Network (article published 2001-05-17) - Read more

TOP AWARD FOR ICC
International Convention Centre wins World Travel Award. (article published 2001-05-17) - Read more

PARACHUTE DEBATE
Wizo offers fun evening in support of charities. (article published 2001-05-15) - Read more

WEBSITE SEEKS CARTOONIST
Kwazulunatal dot com set to rock the current blasé art community of Africa. (article published 2001-05-9) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Programme for Michelle Constant’s popular radio programme on May 12. (article published 2001-05-9) - Read more

BUSINESS SPONSORSHIP AWARDS
Durban organ builders among winners of Business Day/Basa (Business & Arts South Africa) awards announced. (article published 2001-05-9) - Read more

NLDTR APPLICATIONS
Applications for funding considered from the arts, culture and heritage sector. (article published 2001-04-29) - Read more

ART ATTACK!
Friends of Chaka Network offers weekly gathering at BAT Centre. (article published 2001-04-29) - Read more

ARTSCAPE INVITATION
Cape Town based arts body invites all role players to contribute to 2002 programme. (article published 2001-04-27) - Read more

ART OF THE MATTER
New SAfm arts show takes to the airwaves. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

NOMINATIONS FOR TOP WOMEN
South Africans asked to nominate achieving women in arts and culture category. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Michelle Constant talks to Vanessa Amorosi, Oliver Mtukudzi and visits a couple of festivals. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY
6th annual K-TV Market day moved to September. (article published 2001-04-12) - Read more

AWARDS POSTPONED
Arts and Culture Trust awards postponed to later this year. (article published 2001-04-10) - Read more

VISIT TO WALFORD & MARIANNHILL
Friends of DAG organise visit to Andrew Walford and Mariannhill Monastery. (article published 2001-04-10) - Read more

GIFTS FOR DOGTROEP
Dogtroep honoured by Vuma Arts Centre. (article published 2001-04-5) - Read more

CRITICAL ARTS
South-North Journal of Cultural and Media Studies calls for papers for Volume 16. (article published 2001-04-5) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Tananas and Mexican style tequila for popular radio programme. (article published 2001-04-5) - Read more

ORR HONOURED
Radio personality honoured for his entertaining programme on the use of language. (article published 2001-04-5) - Read more

DOUBLE ICC
Plans on track to double the capacity of the International Convention Centre. (article published 2001-04-1) - Read more

VISITORS CENTRE
Botanic Gardens launches new visitors centre. (article published 2001-04-1) - Read more

ST GEORGE’S FEAST
British Cultural & Heritage Association to honour patron saint of England. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
SAFM'S Saturday Wired gets fresh new look and time slots (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

PHUMELELO MAWENI HEADS DURBAN AFRICA
Tourism body announces new CEO. (article published 2001-03-21) - Read more

THE INNER EAR
SA music greats and remedial education for children for popular radio programme. (article published 2001-03-19) - Read more

96 @ POINT
Fashion house slap in the middle of the Point Road buzz. (article published 2001-03-19) - Read more

THIRD FOR ARTS
Findings of a survey into arts and culture in SA (by Billy Suter, courtesy of The Mercury) (article published 2001-03-15) - Read more

TREVOR'S TOPS
Third time winner of the Magician of the Year Award is Trevor Yates. (article published 2001-03-6) - Read more

FESTIVE STATISTICS
Reports show a success for Playhouse Company’s last festive season. (article published 2001-03-4) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Jazz pianist Themba Mkhize features on Michelle Constant’s radio programme. (article published 2001-03-3) - Read more

VUMA NEEDS HELP
Anyone able to provide help to buy a fridge, freezer, stove etc. for former Stable Theatre venue? (article published 2001-03-3) - Read more

NEW VIP BROCHURE
Monthly publication to address artistic poverty and Durban’s cultural apathy. (article published 2001-03-2) - Read more

AFRICAN EAGLES
Articulating the concerns of young KZN artists with disabilities. (article published 2001-03-2) - Read more

DOGTROEP LABORATORY
Artistes from Holland combine with Durban counterparts to create wild and wonderful performance. (article published 2001-02-28) - Read more

MINISTER RESPONDS
Dr Ben Ngubane response to allegations of racism at the Playhouse. (article published 2001-02-21) - Read more

URGENT CALL FOR SUPPORT
Serious issues concerning the Playhouse Company. (article published 2001-02-19) - Read more

THE INNER EAR
What’s the connection between Peter Sellers and British jazz? (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

EAST COAST RADIO’S AWARD
Vocational award presented to East Coast Radio. (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

CULTURAL WEAPON
Mike van Graan now writing for Artslink. (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE GATE
Artslink.co.za carries transcript of tape that led to resignation of acting MD (article published 2001-02-18) - Read more

ALLIANCE NEEDS ASSISTANCE
Denise Du Bois leaves Alliance Française. (article published 2001-02-17) - Read more

INTERNATIONAL RADIOCRACY CONFERENCE
The Department of Public Relations & Journalism at the ML Sultan Technikon in Durban will host the next International Radiocracy Conference from September 20 to 24, 2001. The theme of the conference is Predicting Pathways and Pulling Together (article published 2001-02-17) - Read more

COMPUTICKET REVAMPS
New model to use technology to deliver "ticketing anywhere". (article published 2001-02-4) - Read more

IMBIZO
New Playhouse MD invites all arts practitioners and stakeholders to briefing meeting. (article published 2001-02-2) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Popular radio show celebrates second birthday. (article published 2001-02-2) - Read more

DOGTROEP
Amsterdam-based theatre company for Durban. (article published 2001-02-2) - Read more

FRINGE REGISTRATION
March 9 is closing date for fringe productions for Grahamstown festival. (article published 2001-01-26) - Read more

PRINCE CLAUS AWARDS
Prestigious awards presented in Amsterdam. (article published 2001-01-25) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Michelle Constant talks to Anant Singh about the Crystal Award. (article published 2001-01-20) - Read more

FRIENDS OF CHAKA NETWORK
Open stage and free mic session at BAT Centre. (article published 2001-01-18) - Read more

MY PLUNGE TO FAME
Heartwarming story of actress’s plucky, determined and courageous return to the world of theatre. (Review by Caroline Smart) (article published 2001-01-17) - Read more

SIMPLY SOUTH AFRICA
A travelogue and a taste-elogue. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-01-5) - Read more

PAINTING ON FABRIC
Well-illustrated and laid-out book provides ideas for crafters or home users. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-01-5) - Read more

PROVOCATIVE CUISINE
Struik offers creative observations about food from Kitchenboy. (Review by Cherry MacIldowie) (article published 2001-01-4) - Read more

ARTRAP
Artslink.co.za presents ArtRap every Monday to Friday. (article published 2001-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
All the best for 2001! See how artSMart has grown in two years. (article published 2001-01-3) - Read more

SOUTH COAST HAPPENINGS
Much fun for the whole family at South Coast venues. (article published 2000-12-29) - Read more

2001 YOUNG ARTISTS
Standard Bank Young Artist Awards for 2001. (article published 2000-12-29) - Read more

THE ART OF GIVING
Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) appeals to the public to open their hearts. (article published 2000-12-27) - Read more

REAL 2000 PARTY
Exciting, music-packed, colourful, daring all-night New Year’s Eve dance party. (article published 2000-12-27) - Read more

MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Season’s greetings from all at artSMart. (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

ARTSLINK
Platform with unlimited space. (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

WERE THE ROMANS RACIST?
John Simpson presents thought-provoking documentary for Safm’s The Inner Ear (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

DIANNE’S LUNCH GUESTS
Line-up for SAfm’s chat programme for January. (article published 2000-12-23) - Read more

AUDITION FOR ANIMATORS
If you can dance and feel adventurous, how about a stint on the European front? (article published 2000-12-22) - Read more

AWARDS FOR BUSINESS SUPPORT
2000 Business Day/BASA awards for business/arts partnerships. (article published 2000-12-10) - Read more

THE MAYS REVITALISE MUSEUM
A military historian specialising in uniforms and edged weapons, well-known artist Andy May (Sergeant Andy May of the Natal Mounted Rifles, to give him his rank) served his apprenticeship as a carpenter/shipwright and spent 13 years in the Merchant Navy. (article published 2000-12-8) - Read more

DOLPHINS AND CAROLS
NBS and Sea World present Carols & Dolphins by Candlelight. (article published 2000-12-4) - Read more

DARRYL FOR ARTSLINK
Senior arts editor joins Artslink.co.za (article published 2000-12-3) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Michelle Constant talks to Sibongile Khumalo and Zim Ngqawana in tomorrow’s radio programme. (article published 2000-12-2) - Read more

TBF HELPS
TBF newsletter gives notice of death of actor Phillip Boucher. (article published 2000-12-2) - Read more

URBAN HEROES 2000
Prince Claus Awards honouring excellence to be held in Amsterdam. (article published 2000-12-2) - Read more

ICC TOPS
Report-back quantifies ICC Durban’s perfrmance during XIII International AIDS conference (article published 2000-12-1) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard talks to a variety of personalities in radio programme. (article published 2000-11-29) - Read more

DRAMA DEPARTMENT AWARDS
Technikon Natal's department of drama studies recently held awards ceremony. (article published 2000-11-22) - Read more

NADARAJA AND PEACOCK AWARDS
Indian Academy’s annual presentation celebrates triple anniversary. (article published 2000-11-22) - Read more

DOGTROEP WORKSHOP
International Theatre Company to host workshop in Durban. (article published 2000-11-21) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Popular SAfm programme presents varied line-up of news and interviews. (article published 2000-11-18) - Read more

STAGE MAGAZINE
First promotional flash file on website. (article published 2000-11-18) - Read more

YOUNG ARTIST AWARDS
Winners of the 2001 Standard Bank Young Artist Awards announced. (article published 2000-11-18) - Read more

DIANNE’S OUT TO LUNCH
SAfm programme features Anthony Ackerman and Peter Karrie. (article published 2000-11-15) - Read more

NEW PLAYHOUSE MD
Professor Caesar Maxwell J Ndlovu is the new Managing Director of The Playhouse Company. (article published 2000-11-13) - Read more

CYBER CD
Unique and affordable means of placing KZN’s eventing industries on the market. (article published 2000-11-13) - Read more

INTRODUCING NAPIER DUNN
Well-known Durban cartoonist Napier Dunn draws for artSMart. For a taste of what's to come, here's his interpretation of the closure of the NSO. (article published 2000-11-9) - Read more

FESTIVAL DURBAN
Festivals study conducted by Nise Malange and Arjun Vinodrai. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

AWARDS POSTPONEMENT
Arts and Culture Trust annual awards postponed to early next year. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

EDMUND’S CENTRE
Arts and culture centre in KwaMashu firmly on track. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

AUDIENCE ETIQUETTE
Growing concern over behaviour by youngsters in theatres. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

BIRD SHOW
Fun and educational show throughout the week. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

ARTEFACTS
Countrywide search for artefacts from Sao Joao. (article published 2000-11-8) - Read more

THE KAOSPILOTS
A unique South African/Nordic education project (article published 2000-10-24) - Read more

EVENT SAFETY GUIDE
Feedback requested from the entertainment industry on publication to assist with all aspects of planning and staging events. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

BUSY COURTYARD
Technikon Natal’s Courtyard Theatre has a busy month ahead. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

0 MAG
Launch of sister publication of M-Net’s Channel O. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
This morning’s programme on SAfm features director of The Great Dance. (article published 2000-10-21) - Read more

DEATH OF MICHAEL VENABLES
Former arts critic of the Citizen dies in Cape Town. (article published 2000-10-19) - Read more

DENIS E HURLEY FUND
Financial educational aid campaign to help deserving students. (article published 2000-10-19) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Radio show takes a look at the lighter side of breasts. (article published 2000-10-12) - Read more

KIDS FOR KIDS VARIETY SHOW
Special concert performed by talented youngsters in aid of needy children. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

ANTIQUE COLLECTABLES
Durban Hilton International to host antiques and collectables fair. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

SIBONGILE WINS AWARD
Young Durban project leader wins prize for most unusual project. (article published 2000-10-10) - Read more

ARTHUR REED
Well-known magician turns to art. (article published 2000-10-9) - Read more

DIANNE’S LUNCH GUESTS
Popular radio chat programme features poets, conductors, comedians and possibly a World Cup Hero. (article published 2000-10-6) - Read more

DEATH OF MICHAEL QWABE
Playhouse Company’s manager of props and décor hire dies in Durban. (article published 2000-10-2) - Read more

PUTTING BUMS ON SEATS
Nigel Vermaas examines how theatre is staying alive in the Western Cape on SAfm. (article published 2000-10-2) - Read more

AMAOTI DISPLAY
Successful Durban Art Gallery appearance for ADPA. (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

RADIO ROYALTY
SAfm to broadcast John Simpson’s What Price the Crown of England? (article published 2000-09-21) - Read more

TEREZIN EVENTS
Accompanying programme for Children’s Drawings From Terezin exhibition. (article published 2000-09-19) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Blondie Chaplin, Ricky Fataar, Gcina Mhlope and Dorian Haarhoff (article published 2000-09-19) - Read more

TREKKING TO IOL
Online original story by Pieter-Dirk Uys to share over 32 weeks. (article published 2000-09-19) - Read more

HERITAGE TOURS
Celebrate Heritage Day with a choice of cultural and architectural tours. (article published 2000-09-15) - Read more

THE LOST TOMB
The Egyptian Society of SA presents Kent Weeks, renowned Egyptologist illustrated lecture (article published 2000-09-9) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard talks to Ellis and Bheki, Roger Lucey, Dorian Haarhoff and Gcina Mhlope on SAfm. (article published 2000-09-6) - Read more

NEW UND UNIT
MA and Ph.D research theses In public health communication. (article published 2000-09-3) - Read more

CONTEXTUALLY YOURS
artSMart welcomes new contributor Ulysses Online with Contextually Yours. (article published 2000-09-2) - Read more

THE INNER EAR
Documentaries on SAfm (article published 2000-09-2) - Read more

HED FROM ART WORKS TRUST
Healing, Enrichment and Development programme (article published 2000-09-2) - Read more

HARRY OPPENHEIMER DIES
Death of a man who made a major contribution to all walks of South Africa life. (article published 2000-08-23) - Read more

FNB VITA AWARDS
New categories and structure for FNB Vita Awards. (article published 2000-08-22) - Read more

JILLIAN SEEKS COMPANION
Moderately physically handicapped poetry enthusiast needs companion. (article published 2000-08-19) - Read more

RADIO DOCUMENTARIES ON SA WAR
SAfm’s Inner Ear offers nine-part series n the South African War. (article published 2000-08-19) - Read more

FNB VITA AWARDS
Increased number of categories in top theatre awards. (article published 2000-08-19) - Read more

REGIMENTAL CALENDAR
Regiments of 12 Zulu kings provide theme of the 2001 Kingdom of the Zulu calendar. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

RIDING THE AIRWAVES!
First computerised school radio station in South Africa. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

DEATH OF NICK STEYN
Founder of Waterworld and former Durban councillor dies. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

100 STARS UNDER THE SEA
CANSA’s Night of 100 Stars to host Jeremy Maggs and line-up of star personalities. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

TRIP TO SPACE
Winner of Peter Stuyvesant Unlimited Space competition will embark on two-stage space flight. (article published 2000-08-18) - Read more

RAPHAELY AND JOHNSTON
Jane Raphaely and Clair Johnston featured on popular radio programme. (article published 2000-08-14) - Read more

South African Women’s Arts Festival
(article published 2000-08-8) - Read more

PRIMARY SCHOOLS OMNIBUS
Annual two hour-long variety performance from the Playhouse Company. (article published 2000-08-6) - Read more

NEW DIRECTIONS
Conference provides platform for discussion and debate. (article published 2000-08-6) - Read more

STATE BOARD
National Board for the State Theatre and advisory board on national arts policy. (article published 2000-08-3) - Read more

DURBAN VITA WINNERS
Winners of FNB Vita Regional Theatre Awards 1999/2000 Durban announced. (article published 2000-07-24) - Read more

HLENGIWE’S A NOMINEE
Hlengiwe Dube among three finalists for art and culture category of top award. (article published 2000-07-23) - Read more

SHEET PARTY
Sheet Magazine to hold fundraising party after DAG’s Red Eye. (article published 2000-07-22) - Read more

JERRY POOE
Eager Artists jetting to and from Buffalo in the United States. (article published 2000-07-20) - Read more

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
Business guides to arts, culture and entertainment in South Africa. (article published 2000-07-19) - Read more

CIRCUS THRILLS
Boswell Wilkie Circus for Pinetown and Phoenix. (article published 2000-07-15) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard’s line-up of guests for popular radio programme. (article published 2000-07-11) - Read more

AMASIKO
Daily cultural programme linked to the XIII International AIDS Conference. (article published 2000-07-9) - Read more

VITA DURBAN NOMINEES
Nominees for FNB Vita Durban regional theatre awards for 1999/2000. (article published 2000-07-9) - Read more

AMASIKO
Wide-ranging cultural programme attached to the XIII International AIDS Conference. (article published 2000-07-5) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE AT GRAH AMSTOWN
Transnet Truck features the Playhouse Company’s programme of free performances. (article published 2000-06-29) - Read more

AMASIKO
Major cultural programme for the XIII International Aids Conference. (article published 2000-06-28) - Read more

RE-LAUNCH OF STYLE
Popular monthly magazine takes on a new look. (article published 2000-06-19) - Read more

REHEARSAL SPACE FOR HIRE
Rooms available at both Playhouse complexes. (article published 2000-06-17) - Read more

YOUTH DAY
Building Bridge Youth Day Celebration at BAT (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

KZ NET’S OWN STUDIO
Launch of new Neptune KZ Net Studio in Durban. (article published 2000-06-12) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Popular SAfm programme with Dianne Barnard (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

CREATIVE CITIES INSTALLATION
Headlines sought for installation proving the newsworthiness of the arts. (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

APOLOGIES
We have been “off the air” for most of this week and we apologise. (article published 2000-06-9) - Read more

MENTAL LEGACY
Mind reader and psychic entertainer David O'Connor completes instruction manual. (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

SHOPRITE TOP WOMAN
Nominate your top candidate in the Arts and Culture section of this national award competition. (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

SUNDOWNER CLASSICS
Patricia Glyn to present daily classical music programme on SAfm. (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

RUSTLERS WEBSITE
Face lift for Rustlers website. (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

ARTSLINK PROVIDES
Artslink.co.za is becoming South Africa's first niche market Internet Service Provider (article published 2000-06-3) - Read more

K-TV MARKET DAY
Diarise June 3 to see what budding entrepreneurs are to produce. (article published 2000-06-2) - Read more

BRITISH HERITAGE EVENTS
Popular events to diarise. (article published 2000-05-29) - Read more

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Urgent need for volunteers to record literature for the blind. (article published 2000-05-28) - Read more

DEATH OF BARBARA CARTLAND
On hearing of the death of Dame Barbara Cartland, artSMart editor Caroline Smart recalls her meeting with the grande dame of the romantic novel. (article published 2000-05-28) - Read more

KZN NOMINEES
KZN companies nominated for The Third Annual Business Day/BASA Awards. (article published 2000-05-21) - Read more

5FM AND MTN CHIRP PARTIES
Sash Martinengo and Ian F host spectacular party for young teenagers. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

SUNSET CRUISE
Women of Substance forms the theme of a cruise round the harbour. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Michelle Constant and colleagues offer an interesting radio programme. (article published 2000-05-20) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE WELCOMES TICKETWEB
TicketWeb now the Playhouse Company’s official ticketing agent. (article published 2000-05-17) - Read more

CRUISE ON HAKUNA MATAKA
KZN Women In Business offer sunset cruise. (article published 2000-05-13) - Read more

SAFM ONLINE
SAfm new-look website – SAfm Online. (article published 2000-05-13) - Read more

HYPNOTIC POWERS
Andre the High-Flying Hypnotist returns to Pietermaritzburg and Durban. (article published 2000-05-8) - Read more

FRENCH PRESENCE IN KZN
Knighted French lecturer organises Franco-Zulu Cultural Exchange. (article published 2000-05-8) - Read more

INDABA STREET PARTY
Kwaito, jazz, street performers, antiques and collectables in Windermere Road tomorrow evening. (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

K-TV MARKET DAY
Youngsters prove their entrepreneurial skills. (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

SA MAGIC WEBSITE
South African society has its own website. (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

SHOW GUIDE
The TMSA Show Guide is a first for South Africa - first for the world! (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

NATIONWIDE STUDY ON WOMEN
First leg of study on women in media industry completed. (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

DDC AT GATEWAY
Umhlanga hosts 21st anniversary of highly successful fashion extravaganza. (article published 2000-05-7) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Varied line-up of guests for Dianne Barnard’s popular SAfm programme. (article published 2000-05-6) - Read more

UND EVENING COURSES
Continuing Education Unit offers courses on subjects ranging from August Rodin to the creation of personal or professional websites. (article published 2000-05-6) - Read more

STELLENBOSCH ONLINE
The entire town of Stellenbosch and surrounds is being replicated onto the Internet. (article published 2000-05-1) - Read more

WHEELCHAIR EXPERIENCES
Round-up of theatre venues in a wheelchair. (by Caroline Smart – edited version appeared in Daily News Tonight on April 18) (article published 2000-04-26) - Read more

GARDENS OF THE WORLD
Director of Durban Botanic Gardens gives talk for Decorative Arts Society. (article published 2000-04-17) - Read more

SAFM EASTER SCHEDULE
Stay close to your radio over the Easter weekend – there’s a wide and varied programme on offer. (article published 2000-04-17) - Read more

THE MTN ART AND CRAFT TRAIL
Take a bus and visit the interesting arts activities around Margate and Ramsgate. (article published 2000-04-17) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN’S WINE NOTES
Supermarkets dominate Nederburg auction. (article published 2000-04-12) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Theatre reviews, music, movies, the art of stripping - all on Saturday Wired. (article published 2000-04-11) - Read more

AWARD FOR MIMI & GEORGE
Winners of ATKV Prestige Award. (article published 2000-04-11) - Read more

JANICE BECOMES ARTISTIC
Janice Honeyman moves to position as Civic Theatre’s Artistic Director. (article published 2000-04-1) - Read more

BBC WORLD FOR AFRISTAR
World's leading international broadcaster now available in Africa via Afristar satellite. (article published 2000-04-1) - Read more

ABSA HONOURS TOP HISTORY STUDENT
Banking corporation presents the Group's first Museum & Archives award. (article published 2000-04-1) - Read more

THEATRE INDUSTRY PROBLEMS
Concerned members of the industry plan a way forward. (article published 2000-03-27) - Read more

VALERIE GALICHON FOR ALLIANCE
French pre-historian discusses the origins of human kind. (article published 2000-03-22) - Read more

WOW CHANGES
Jimmy Alberts joins Themi Venturas Productions. (article published 2000-03-21) - Read more

DAVID PATERSON WINS
First quiz show millionaire is an avid book-reader. (article published 2000-03-21) - Read more

REHEARSAL SPACE
Playhouse offers plenty of rehearsal space at Mayville complex. (article published 2000-03-19) - Read more

STAGE FOR HIRE
Playhouse mobile theatre available for hire. (article published 2000-03-19) - Read more

MEDIAEVAL FEAST
Celebration lunch to honour St. George. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

BLUFF, BINGO AND BANGERS
Activities offered by The British Cultural & Heritage Association (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

MURRAY’S MAGIC
Murray McGibbon joins International Brotherhood of Magicians. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

CULTURAL CIRCUIT
Nationwide African Cultural Development Circuit 2000. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
South African and international artists on radio programme. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

FIRE AT SHAKALAND
Restaurant at popular tourist attraction destroyed. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

BOLLYWOOD SHOWSTOPPER
Non-stop music, song and dance for Chatsworth. (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

TICKETS FOR POSTERS
Be a Posta-Puta-Upa and get regular tickets to shows (article published 2000-03-18) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH INTERVIEWS
Dianne Barnard interviews arts personalities. (article published 2000-03-17) - Read more

AWARD FOR EVITA
Evita Bezuidenhout to get major international women’s award (article published 2000-03-10) - Read more

E-DEX
e-mail directory claims to fastest and most user-friendly. (article published 2000-03-10) - Read more

MIDLANDS MEANDER IS BLUEPRINT
Area in Wales to use Midlands Meander route to upgrade local arts and crafts. (article published 2000-03-10) - Read more

GENERATIONS AUDITIONS
Popular television programme looking for new talent. (article published 2000-03-5) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Deon Chang, Garth Brooks and Lesley Ray Dowling on Saturday Wired. (article published 2000-03-2) - Read more

NEW EVENTS ORGANISER
Michael Mthembu is the new retail and entertainment executive of Durban major events. (article published 2000-02-28) - Read more

WEBCHAT
Debate arts and culture issues on the web. (article published 2000-02-25) - Read more

INTRO TO AUDIO
Educational course presented by B & A Sound. (article published 2000-02-25) - Read more

MILLENNIUM TOWER
Two young architects scoop commission for Search and Rescue tower. (article published 2000-02-24) - Read more

PHOTOJOURNALISM WORKSHOPS
Critical Moment Gallery hosts workshops for trainee photographers. (article published 2000-02-23) - Read more

NEW WORK BY MALCOLM LYLE
Critical Moment photojournalism gallery hosts interesting exhibitions. (article published 2000-02-23) - Read more

LIQUID BLUE
Fashion event of the year at the Dolphinarium. (article published 2000-02-23) - Read more

CARNIVAL PARTY
Fancy dress and French food as well as music and dance at the Alliance Française. (article published 2000-02-17) - Read more

AWARD FOR ANTHEA
Durban-based public relations consultant Anthea Johnston wins top award. (article published 2000-02-17) - Read more

BASA AWARDS
Recognition for sponsors of the arts through the 1999 Business Day/Basa Awards. (article published 2000-02-15) - Read more

VULEKA’S SESAME STREET
Local radio and TV programme producers win top prize. (article published 2000-02-14) - Read more

TICKETWEB AT BAT
BAT Centre now official TicketWeb outlet (article published 2000-02-12) - Read more

SATURDAY WIRED
Durban band Sunways to feature on SAfm on February 12. (article published 2000-02-11) - Read more

WOMEN’S FESTIVAL
Applications open for the Playhouse Company’s Women’s Festival. (article published 2000-02-6) - Read more

CREATIVE KIDS CLUB
Playhouse Company’s new classes for children. (article published 2000-02-6) - Read more

BAT CALENDAR
BAT Centre’s fun calendar for 2000. (article published 2000-02-5) - Read more

BANANA EXTRAVAGANZA
Skill, magic and major support from the commercial sector for rhe world’s largest iced layered banana cake for the ICC! (article published 2000-02-4) - Read more

COMBINED SERVICE CLUBS RAFFLE
Win free air travel overseas and in South Africa, free holidays and much more! (article published 2000-02-4) - Read more

INTERNET BROADCAST
IAB International Seminar on Internet Broadcasting. (article published 2000-02-4) - Read more

TEACHER’S FUNCTION
Principals and teachers invited to Playhouse annual showcase. (article published 2000-01-21) - Read more

VIDEO AD FOR SAfm
The country’s first video commercial produced exclusively for the Internet. (article published 2000-01-21) - Read more

CEREMONY AT ROYAL PALACE
Top South African personalities present at the 1999 Prince Claus Award ceremony. (article published 2000-01-20) - Read more

FRANCHISE EXPO
IFE 2000 Focuses on Franchising for the Future (article published 2000-01-12) - Read more

MEDWOOD FOR ARTISTS
Perfect venue for arts events. (article published 2000-01-5) - Read more

SEARCH FOR SMALL ARTS VENUE
Jillian Hamilton is looking for a home that can double as a small arts venue. (article published 2000-01-4) - Read more

TOP ENTERTAINERS HONOURED
Dames Elizabeth, Julie, Shirley and Dorothy as well as Sir Sean among those honoured by Queen Elizabeth II. (article published 2000-01-4) - Read more

RADIO SHOW UNITES LOVED ONES
SAfm’s The Tim Modise Show unites Durban grandmother with her granddaughter for Christmas. (article published 2000-01-4) - Read more

CULTURAL CIRCUIT
Nationwide African Cultural Development Circuit 2000 (article published 2000-01-3) - Read more

AGM OF TMSA
Invitation to attend the 6th Annual General Meeting of Theatre Managements of South Africa. (article published 2000-01-3) - Read more

HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Best wishes for the new year, decade, century, millennium, whatever! (article published 2000-01-1) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard has a varied line-up of guests for January. (article published 1999-12-29) - Read more

SUGAR COAST BASH
Umhlanga comes alive with a major Millennium festival. (article published 1999-12-29) - Read more

KZN MILLENNIUM PARADE
Head for Durban and a major happening on New Year’s Eve! (article published 1999-12-29) - Read more

UMLAZI TOURISM GUILD
Tourism body aims to market Umlazi as a world class tourist destination. (article published 1999-12-29) - Read more

INNER EAR DOCUMENTARY
Tune into SAfm and Dianne Barnard for interesting documentaries to close the century. (article published 1999-12-18) - Read more

BAT NEW YEAR
Spend New Year’s Eve at the BAT Centre, the best place to view the Millennium Port Carnival. (article published 1999-12-17) - Read more

SCHOOLS PROGRAMME
Playhouse Company invites proposals for Year 2000 Schools' Programme (article published 1999-12-17) - Read more

NEW SATURDAY ACTIVITY
Playhouse Company to run Saturday classes for children (article published 1999-12-17) - Read more

AUDITION FOR YOUTH
Applications open for Playhouse Company's performing arts training programme (article published 1999-12-17) - Read more

QUEEN’S MESSAGE
Queen Elizabeth’s Christmas broadcast on SAfm. (article published 1999-12-17) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Entries called for 1999 Business Day and Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) awards. (article published 1999-12-9) - Read more

RED EYE @RT
Honeymoon Suites features at Durban Art Gallery. (article published 1999-12-3) - Read more

GEORGIE SHIELDS HEADS OUT
NBS Corporate Head announces her departure. (article published 1999-12-3) - Read more

HOLY MONDAY
Last chance this century to see and hear the Dalai Lama in Durban. (article published 1999-12-2) - Read more

ICC MILLENNIUM BALL
Dine and dance the old year out at an exclusive Black Tie Ball. (article published 1999-11-24) - Read more

RESIDENT ARTISTS PROGRAMME
BAT Centre canvassing for emerging artists. (article published 1999-11-23) - Read more

IN MEMORIAM
South Africa’s theatre world mourns the passing of Percy Baneshik. (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

WILLIAM FEHR COLLECTION
Decorative Arts Society hosts talk on The William Fehr Collection. (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Interesting line-up for Dianne Barnard’s SAfm programme (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

SPACES OF FREEDOM
Albie Sachs to talk at Prince Claus Awards ceremony. (article published 1999-11-22) - Read more

INNER EAR
Lord Methuen’s advance and battlefields today – all on SAfm (article published 1999-11-21) - Read more

MASTER MAGICIAN HENDINI
Master magician offers a trip into the wonderful world of mystery and illusion. (article published 1999-11-21) - Read more

DALAI LAMA VISIT
Durban Art Gallery hosts talk by this illustrious Nobel Peace Prize winner. (article published 1999-11-21) - Read more

UBULAKWANA OPEN DAY
Head for Clermont on Saturday (November 20). (article published 1999-11-19) - Read more

STANDARD BANK AWARD WINNERS
The winners of the 2000 Standard Bank Young Artist Awards announced. (article published 1999-11-18) - Read more

SIZWE TO LA
Young pupil from Ningizimu School for the SMH heads for Los Angeles. (article published 1999-11-18) - Read more

FOOD & FOTO EXPO
Exhibition of photographs of speciality dishes. (article published 1999-11-17) - Read more

MILLENNIUM ROOTS
Design being finalised for ancient ceremonial chariot. (article published 1999-11-17) - Read more

COSTUME HIRE
New costume hire wardrobe at Pietermaritzburg’s Hexagon Theatre. (article published 1999-11-16) - Read more

THE BAT CAFÉ
Zansi restaurant to re-open as the BAT Café. (article published 1999-11-4) - Read more

NINGIZIMU NEWS
School for the severely mentally handicapped continues to break boundaries. (article published 1999-11-2) - Read more

SEA WORLD’S CALENDAR
National Marine Week sees the launch of dolphin calendar. (article published 1999-11-2) - Read more

COMMONWEALTH PEOPLE’S CENTRE
Civil society event taking place parallel to CHOGM. (article published 1999-11-1) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
Dianne Barnard talks to Elaine Page and new American Consul-General to KZN. (article published 1999-10-28) - Read more

LOTUS TEAMS WITH SEAWORLD
Festival of Lights celebrated with the dolphins, seals and penguins. (article published 1999-10-22) - Read more

CRITICAL MOMENT MILLENNIUM EXHIBITION
Millennium exhibition for new photojournalism gallery. (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

MILLENNIUM ROOTS
Anyone between Durban and Lesotho with interesting stories to tell? (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

FOTAG XMAS PARTY
Support art in the surroundings of Durban harbour. (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

BAT OFFERS
It’s all happening at the BAT Centre. (article published 1999-10-19) - Read more

BRITISH CELEBRATION
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with the British Cultural and Heritage Association. (article published 1999-10-18) - Read more

TAMBUTI ARMCHAIR FOR THABO MBEKI
The well-known Singh family of Stanger continues tradition. (article published 1999-10-18) - Read more

SEAWORLD’S MILLENNIUM CALENDAR
Help Sea World by purchasing marine life calendar. (article published 1999-10-18) - Read more

NINGIZIMU IS TOPS
Local school for the severely mentally handicapped continues to take the lead. (article published 1999-10-16) - Read more

TEMPLE TOUR
Tour of Durban’s unknown treasures. (article published 1999-10-16) - Read more

FRIENDS DINNER
The Friends of the DAG offer end-of-year party surrounded by yachts and water. (article published 1999-10-16) - Read more

ML SULTAN FASHION
Fathima Patel among the award winners. (article published 1999-10-16) - Read more

WAR COMMEMORATION EVENING
Music and dance with Anglo-Boer War theme. (article published 1999-10-15) - Read more

VIVID AWARDS
Public invited to vote for the Vivid People’s Choice Awards. (article published 1999-10-15) - Read more

SOUND JOURNEY 2000
Sound therapists and Overtone singers conduct intensive course at Rustlers Valley. (article published 1999-10-14) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE TRUST AWARDS
The 1998/99 ACT awards were presented at the end of September in Cape Town. (article published 1999-10-14) - Read more

BANQUETS ON THE RADIO
John Simpson traces the history of banquets from Roman times to Millennium feasts. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

MAGICAL JOURNEYS
Author and broadcaster Kate Turkington presents lecture for Decorative Arts Society. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

TUMI FOR AM LIVE
SAfm news-reader and TV presenter joins AM Live. (article published 1999-10-12) - Read more

ANGLO-BOER WAR COMMEMORATION
The Durban Metro Area participates in important commemoration ceremonies. (article published 1999-10-10) - Read more

LINDA WINS TOP PRIZE
Durban travellers’ guide is travel person of the year. (article published 1999-10-10) - Read more

PINETOWN BOYS ARTS & CRAFTS
Leading boys school offers arts and crafts event. (article published 1999-10-10) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE MD RESIGNS
Johann Zietsman resigns as Managing Director of the Playhouse Company. (article published 1999-10-8) - Read more

HALALA NONJABULO
Durban to see the results of the “Halala Nonjabulo” cultural exchange programme. (article published 1999-10-6) - Read more

ARCHITECT AWARDS
Top awards made to buildings commissioned by the City of Durban. (article published 1999-10-6) - Read more

ARTS & CULTURE TRUST AWARDS
Durban features among the finalists of the 1998/99 ACT Awards. (article published 1999-10-2) - Read more

EVITA’S PERFUME
The essence of Evita Bezuidenhout captured in a newly-launched perfume. (article published 1999-10-2) - Read more

ALEXANDRA WOWS CAFÉ AUDIENCE
Le Petit Café celebrates third anniversary with popular light opera music. (article published 1999-10-2) - Read more

INTERITMO AT BAT
Mike Mazzoni and Interitmo at BAT on Sunday. (article published 1999-10-1) - Read more

ML SULTAN FASHION
Local technikon’s annual fashion extravaganza. (article published 1999-10-1) - Read more

COUTURE COLLECTION
Top quality designs aid Wylie House. (article published 1999-10-1) - Read more

ICC CONVERTS TO RUGBY STADIUM
Aaron and Lisa for surprise rugby send-up after South Africa plays Scotland. (article published 1999-09-29) - Read more

PIANO OFFERS NEW OPPORTUNITIES
New piano for Fantastic Flying Fish Dance Company. (article published 1999-09-29) - Read more

RICHES OF AFRICA
Jewellery designers invited to be bold, exciting and adventurous. (article published 1999-09-23) - Read more

WAR CENTENARY
Commemoration of the centenary of The Anglo-Boer War in the Durban Metro area. (article published 1999-09-23) - Read more

SPACE AGE RELATIONSHIPS
Michael Najarian to appear in Johannesburg, Sun City and Cape Town. (article published 1999-09-21) - Read more

OUT TO LUNCH
SAfm’s Dianne Barnard has a strong line-up for her next couple of programmes. (article published 1999-09-21) - Read more

PHOTOJOURNALISM WORKSHOPS
Critical MomentGallery’s first series of workshops. (article published 1999-09-21) - Read more

MILLENNIA HOPE ROOTS
Initial draft mapping of Hope Roots completed. (article published 1999-09-20) - Read more

ART HISTORIANS CONFERENCE
15th Annual conference of SA Association of Art Historians. (article published 1999-09-19) - Read more

GETAWAY FOR SEA WORLD
Durban’s Sea World Aquarium and Dolphinarium to benefit from adventure exhibition. (article published 1999-09-19) - Read more

EGOLI’S 2000 BALL
MTN gives R1 million sponsorship to 2000 Ball. (article published 1999-09-19) - Read more

MILLENNIUM PARTY
Move over Rio Carnival, stand by for Durban’s free millennium party parade! (article published 1999-09-17) - Read more

FOTAG XMAS PARTY
Friends of the Durban Art Gallery are ready to party! (article published 1999-09-17) - Read more

KZN WOMEN IN BUSINESS
Improve your sexual relationship with your partner through this talk. (article published 1999-09-16) - Read more

VISIT OF THE DALAI LAMA
His Holiness to talk on The Three Principal Paths. (article published 1999-09-16) - Read more

ART GLASS LECTURE
Decorative Art Society to host talk on early 20th Century Art Glass. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

RICHARD HAS VISION
Well-known percussionist Richard Ellis wins Tribune’s Durban Vision competition. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

OPEN WINDOW ART
Degree in visual communications offered by Open Window Academy. (article published 1999-09-15) - Read more

PEACE SERVICE ON STEPS
Join the inter-religious prayer for peace service on Tuesday. (article published 1999-09-13) - Read more

MICHAEL GREEN
Michael Green to contribute wine notes to artSMart. (article published 1999-09-11) - Read more

ASHA’S HOME AND AROUND
Durban’s Asha Maharaj is one of Lotus FM’s most popular presenters. (article published 1999-09-6) - Read more

SWARNANJALI COLLECTION
Superb gold jewellery on display in Musgrave Centre. (article published 1999-08-30) - Read more

AARDKLOP '99
Beeld Plus rewards talent, innovation at Aardklop '99 (article published 1999-08-30) - Read more

ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE DAY
Celebrate Heritage Day in an architectural way. (article published 1999-08-30) - Read more

WAR COMMEMORATION
Centenary of the Anglo Boer War focuses on Durban events in October. (article published 1999-08-23) - Read more

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS
Awards for heroes and heroines (article published 1999-08-23) - Read more

CRITICAL MOMENT
Differently abled people invited to link up with photojournalism gallery. (article published 1999-08-23) - Read more

MILLENNIUM ROOTS
Ceremonial Chariot on the design boards. (article published 1999-08-23) - Read more

HARARE THEATRE COLLEGE
The International Community Theatre College (ICTC) opens its doors. (article published 1999-08-20) - Read more

KITS FOR HILTON FESTIVAL
Booking kits available for Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-08-20) - Read more

SEAWORLD HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS
Introduce children to marine environment through workshops that are fun and interesting. (article published 1999-08-20) - Read more

ART GLASS
Decorative Arts Society hosts talk on 20th Century art glass. (article published 1999-08-20) - Read more

DAVID COPPERFIELD FOR SA
Top illusionist to mystify and thrill SA audiences in November. (article published 1999-08-19) - Read more

HOLLYWOOD VS PAPARAZZI
A film about the breed of photographers dubbed the “paparazzi”. (article published 1999-08-18) - Read more

CYBER PLATTER
Esteemed wine guide teams up with Internet service. (article published 1999-08-15) - Read more

JEWELLERY FROM INDIA
Dazzling gold jewellery collection from India on display in Durban. (article published 1999-08-15) - Read more

QUAVER FESTIVAL
Durban Botanical Gardens to celebrate 150th anniversary. (article published 1999-08-15) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
Look out for booking kits for Hilton Arts Festival. (article published 1999-08-15) - Read more

GOLD WINNERS ON THE INTERNET
Winning pieces of Anglogold's Riches of Africa competition on Internet website. (article published 1999-08-15) - Read more

ANGLOGOLD JEWELLERY
Exhibition of the winners of the Anglogold Riches of Africa competition. (article published 1999-08-13) - Read more

PASSING OF LALLITHA GOVENDER
Popular Playhouse bar attendant dies. (article published 1999-08-13) - Read more

MAGIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Magical society hosts national championships. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

MEDIA SHOWCASE
One-stop exhibition for all facets of the media. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

AFRICA GAMES
Professional and volunteer performers to appear at the All Africa Games ‘99. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

BATLINGS
Next get-together for Batlings, the Bat Centre’s children club (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

CAPE TOWN FNB VITA WINNERS
Winners of the 1998/99 FNB Vita Cape Town theatre awards. (article published 1999-08-1) - Read more

TOUCH OF GLASS
A wine tasting evening at the Country Lodge in Southbroom. (article published 1999-07-31) - Read more

CRITICAL MOMENT
Launch function of photojournalism gallery rescheduled. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

MILLENNIUM ROOTS
Millennium Roots presentation stimulated much interest. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

TALK BY SUE DE BEER
KZN Women in Business host a talk by Sue de Beer. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

PRIMARY SCHOOLS' OMNIBUS
Magical brew of entertainment to educate primary school pupils. (article published 1999-07-22) - Read more

PRODUCER FOR SWEDEN
Safm’s Nombulelo Tyawa heading for Sweden. (article published 1999-07-20) - Read more

SENZUKUTHI ARTS
The Senzukuthi Arts Programme Community Project to hold community concert. (article published 1999-07-20) - Read more

DAA HOSTS SAVUKA
Durban Arts project to host Zimbabwe community theatre group. (article published 1999-07-20) - Read more

CD ROM PROMOTES KWAZULU
Peter Engblom’s - A Land Called Heaven is a fine promotional vehicle for the land and peoples of KwaZulu. (article published 1999-07-19) - Read more

1999 DURBAN FNB VITA THEATRE AWARDS
The 1999 FNB Vita Durban Theatre awards were announced this evening. (article published 1999-07-18) - Read more

SHUTTLE ’99 IN SEPTEMBER
Shuttle ’99 continues its fine work in September. (article published 1999-07-17) - Read more

FESTIVAL FIGURES
Final figures for 1999 Standard Bank National Arts Festival. (article published 1999-07-17) - Read more

STARSTUDDED NIGHT
Night Of 100 Stars takes on new look! (article published 1999-07-16) - Read more

ART DECO ARCHITECTURE
The Decorative Arts Society offers an art deco architecture talk. (article published 1999-07-15) - Read more

UND OPEN DAY
Considering a career in art, architecture or humanities? Find out more about UND courses. (article published 1999-07-15) - Read more

SCRIPTWRITING COURSES
Learn the essentials of scriptwriting. (article published 1999-07-6) - Read more

VITA AWARDS
Nominees have been announced for the 1998/99 FNB Vita Theatre Awards in Durban. (article published 1999-07-4) - Read more

WOMAN’S HANDS
French assignment looking for the hands of women. (article published 1999-07-4) - Read more

GRAHAMSTOWN - STAMPS
A Philatelic Dream (article published 1999-06-29) - Read more

CALL FOR PAPERS
Papers invited for seminar on political economy in the media. (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more

GAULOISES AD-EATERS - ‘A CRAZY NIGHT’
Decide what’s hot and what’s not in the world of advertising. (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more

APPROPRIATING IMAGES
Keyan Tomaselli’s book republished. (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more

FRINGE BOOKING KITS NOW AVAILABLE
Booking kits for Grahamstown Fringe Festival now available. (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more

CASNEWS
Artsmart’s reaching out across the globe. (article published 1999-06-21) - Read more

COURSE IN MEDIA STUDIES
MA offered in Media Studies with an African and third World emphasis. (article published 1999-06-20) - Read more

FENG SHUI AT WORK
See Feng Shui at work with the KZNWIB (article published 1999-06-18) - Read more

NOT GRAHAMSTOWN
It’s Durban and definitely NOT Grahamstown! (article published 1999-06-18) - Read more

SNEDDON THEATRE NOW DISABLED FRIENDLY
The Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre has now become disabled friendly. (article published 1999-06-18) - Read more

ARTS FUNDRAISING
Arts Incubator helps self-sufficiency. (article published 1999-06-16) - Read more

KNYSNA ARTS EXPERIENCE
Have an arts experience in Knysna! (article published 1999-06-15) - Read more

TECHNIKON NATAL
Technikon Natal celebrates Open Art Day today and tomorrow on the Berea Campus. (article published 1999-06-14) - Read more

UMGUBHO
It’s celebration time at BAT! (article published 1999-06-14) - Read more

WOMEN’S ARTS
Women’s Arts Festival in August (article published 1999-06-10) - Read more

LANDSCAPES
An evening of poetry and music. (article published 1999-06-10) - Read more

BOOKING OPEN FOR OMNIBUS
Booking is now open for the Playhouse Company’s Omnibus. (article published 1999-06-8) - Read more

BUNDUVELD ART WEEK
Head for the Midlands and Bunduveld Art Week. (article published 1999-06-8) - Read more

ALADDIN’S DE-LIGHT
There’s a new attraction on the Midlands Meander. (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

DDC WINNERS
Winners of the Durban Designer Collection. (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

NOT GRAHAMSTOWN
Get into the mood of the Standard Bank National Arts Festival by sampling KZN talent! (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

FAIRLADY FASHION
Fairlady/Gossard South African Fashion Awards. (article published 1999-06-6) - Read more

JULY BALL
Dance the night away at the ICC. (article published 1999-06-3) - Read more

VOLUNTEERS WANTED
Hindi and English speaking volunteers are needed for a stage production. (article published 1999-06-3) - Read more

MEANDER NEWS
The Midlands Meander has moved south to the Royal Show. (article published 1999-06-3) - Read more

ACT AWARDS
Deadline for ACT awards is June 30. (article published 1999-06-2) - Read more

PLAYHOUSE TO GRAHAMSTOWN
Playhouse takes 50 performers to Grahamstown. (article published 1999-06-1) - Read more

BUSINESS DAY/BASA AWARDS
Businesses win for sponsoring the arts. (article published 1999-05-25) - Read more

SAME RATES
Guild undertakes to keep Grahamstown accommodation rates down. (article published 1999-05-23) - Read more

SEA WORLD
Sea World celebrates World Environment Week. (article published 1999-05-23) - Read more

KTV MARKET DAY
Watch the youngsters show adults a thing or two about marketing. (article published 1999-05-18) - Read more

DURBAN DESIGNER COLLECTION
If you want to catch the hottest fashion event of the year, book! (article published 1999-05-18) - Read more

EISTEDDFOD SUFFERS
The renowned Grahamstown Eisteddfod has had to downscale its activities. (article published 1999-05-18) - Read more

DEFINITELY NOT GRAHAMSTOWN
Durban is definitely not Grahamstown and neither is this festival. (article published 1999-05-17) - Read more

DEE’Z M BEE’Z
Singalong for the FA Cup Final. (article published 1999-05-17) - Read more

VISIT TO INANDA
Friends of Architectural Heritage to visit Inanda Seminary. (article published 1999-05-17) - Read more

PASSING OF GLYN TAYLOR
The arts world has lost a luminary. (article published 1999-05-16) - Read more

HILTON ARTS FESTIVAL
No longer simply a drama festival! (article published 1999-05-14) - Read more

CANCELLATION OF EISTEDDFOD
The 1999 International Eisteddfod of South Africa has had to be cancelled. (article published 1999-05-13) - Read more

ARTROOTS
Monica Richards is marketing and promoting African art. (article published 1999-05-13) - Read more

GIDEON’S A WINNER!
No stranger to accolades and international recognition, Gideon’s won again! (article published 1999-05-11) - Read more

MIDDELVLEI DINNER
Tinnie Momberg is the winemaker of the Middelvlei Estate. (article published 1999-05-10) - Read more

STARSEARCH
If your child is talented, Starsearch needs you! (article published 1999-05-10) - Read more

EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP
Awaken your full potential within the context of your work. (article published 1999-05-10) - Read more

MAKAKATANA BAY LODGE
Born in Aberdeen, an 18-year old young Scotsman called Jock Morrison arrived in the Lake St Lucia area in the early 1900’s to run a trading store (article published 1999-05-4) - Read more

HILARIOUS HYPNOTIST
“I won’t embarrass or demoralise people.” (article published 1999-04-25) - Read more

QUILT DONATION TO TAPE AIDS
Formerly known as Tape Aids for the Blind, Tape Aids now reaches anyone who cannot read in the normal manner. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

ARTFEST '99
Planning for Artfest '99 - July in Durban is gathering momentum as the mid-year holiday season draws closer. A meeting will be held in April for organisations and individuals interested in joining the Artfest working group which aims to promote the event as Durban's all-embracing annual arts and culture festival. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

LOTTERY FOR ARTS
In recent years, the arts have seen significant changes in the institutional framework governing them and the way in which resources have been allocated. However, there has not been a major increase in the funding available and the future looks set to record a decrease. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

RED EYE @RT
On the first Friday of every month, the Durban Art Gallery becomes the RedEye @rt Gallery. This month, RedEye @rt has been moved to April 9 at 18h00. This `wing' of the Friends of the Durban Art Gallery specially caters for the 16 to 39 year old age group. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

CULTURE TO COUTURE
Twenty top South African designers have been chosen to take part in Culture to Couture, an SABC2 initiative co-ordinated and directed by Cape Town fashion designer Gavin Rajah. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

CECIL RHODES
The Decorative Arts Society's regular lecture this month will be presented by diplomat and historian African tour operator Nicholas Schofield. His subject will be Cecil Rhodes: Still a Controversial Figure. The lecture will take place in the Green Jacket Room at the DLI Hall on April 6 at 12h30. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

OMNIBUS
The Playhouse Company will stage its highly popular annual Omnibus presentation in the Playhouse Opera for high schools from May 18 to 21 May and for primary schools from August 17 to 20. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

SCHOOLS' FESTIVAL
The 1999 KZN Schools' Festival at Natal University's Durban campus on April 16 and 17 aims to entertain and educate pupils and teachers with a programme of English, drama, dance and music. The keynote address will be given by director and playwright Deon Opperman. (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

FASHION AT NSA
Running from April 4 to 22 at the NSA Gallery will be a fashion installation titled It's the end of the world as we know it Part 1 - The 1999 Gauloise Freedom of expression DDE Winter Col-lection. The show will be a tongue-in-cheek celebration of the passing of (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more

Editorial
The new Durban Arts board was elected at the AGM in February. The meeting also approved two resolutions aimed at improving DAA's operational efficienc (article published 1999-04-15) - Read more


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