• Luc Besson’s Lucy (2014) is no brainless bimbo

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  • JOMBA! 2014 – A witness to beauty and power   The Centre for Creative Arts 16th Jomba! Festival started at UKZN’s Sneddon Theatre (Howard College Campus, Durban) with a memorable and profound experience. Not only did we listen to festival instigator and artistic director Lliane Loots say what is on every one’s mind regarding the paucity of funding for Read More
  • ‘Shades’ offers a universally valuable message for women The heroine of ‘Shades’,  Sharman Macdonald's play set in the 1950’s, is a 38-year-old widow who has a 10-year-old son, a crabby old mother and a potential suitor. This combination was probably much more painful 60 years ago, when psychological help in dealing with personal issues was simply unavailable to Read More
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Motoring News

More positive outlook on new vehicle sales in SA


The National Association of Motor Manufacturers SA (NAAMSA) have commented that domestic new vehicle sales for July 2014 had shown continued resilience, despite indications of slower economic growth, high levels of industrial action, rising inflationary pressures and a further increase in interest rates  


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    Roseway Moonlight Market 2014  

    There’s a quarter moon slipping in and out of the clouds as we search and find the various members of the family, who have been allowed to visit stalls, play games, run around and bump into friends with a rare sense of safety. The magical Moonlight Market at Roseway

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  • Poetry Africa’s call for poets


    The Centre for Creative Arts (University of KwaZulu-Natal), with principal funding from the City of Durban and the Department of Arts and Culture, calls out to Durban’s creative and undiscovered poets to be included in the 'Prelude Poets' programme as part of the 18th POETRY AFRICA International Festival which is due to

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  • Aladdin - Festive Season Pantomime For The Whole Family +

     GOINGPLACES EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: RESERVE 10 AND ONLY PAY FOR 8  Venue: Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre Dates: 5 December – 11 JanuaryShows: Read More

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