The Imam Abdullah Haron exhibition opened its doors to the public yesterday at the Dulcie September Civic Centre in Athlone. This mobile exhibition will proceed to the Al-Jamia Masjied in Stegman Road, Claremont and from there it will go on to visit 30 museums across the province. The event is[…]
A group of artists working in photography, film, performance and visual art have united to honour the lives of girls and women who have been lost to rape and murder in South Africa. Under the exhibition title We Cannot Be Silent, the creative collective is looking beyond news headlines, delving[…]
After successfully tackling various cities in South Africa, the Unrest exhibition by artists Hasan and Husain Essop, is currently on its second last leg of its tour in Johannesburg. Eleven photographs were chosen for this exhibition and each photograph depicts a different location and a different situation. Each photograph is[…]
The history of one of Cape Town’s most loved cultural traditions – the Cape Malay Choirs – is now on exhibition at the Media24 building in Cape Town. A first of its kind, the exhibition marks a new, broader recognition of the over decades old Cape Malay Choir Culture. Speaking[…]
South African businesses who are exhibiting their products at the 12th annual Malaysian International Halal Showcase, were educated about the halal landscape in Malaysia, at a seminar hosted by the South African High Commission in Kuala Lumpur. The 13 companies – manufacturers of biscuits, olive oil, spices and chocolates, etc[…]
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