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16
Oct

Memories of the Struggle… Australians Against Apartheid

A stunning multimedia exhibition, Memories of the Struggle: Australians against Apartheid was opened in Cape Town on 11 October 2018 at The Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town. Historic pictures, activists and interviews The event was launched by the Deputy Director General, Department of South African Tourism,  Ms Aneme Malan and the Australian High Commissioner, HE Mr Adam McCarthy. […]

12
Oct

Memories of the Struggle: Exhibition

The Australasian South African Alliance (ASAA) is comprised of Southern African expatriates and Australians. The group convened in 2013 with the intention to curate a photographic history exhibition to celebrate Australia’s role in the Anti-Apartheid movement in Australia from the 1960s to 1994. The exhibition, Memories of the Struggle, was developed in partnership with the […]

29
Sep

Freedom in Art

Freedom in Art is an art competition, Auction and Exhibition staged to help support the organisations which have dedicated their lives to helping those trapped in the world of Human Trafficking, and in turn, we are aiding in bringing freedom to all artists who wish to showcase their talent and who might not have had the […]

28
Sep

Kings of the Castle: Boxing Tournament

Kalakoda Promotions in proud association with Kwesé Sport and the First Nations Project presents Kings of the Castle on the 28th of September at the iconic Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town, venue partner to this prestigious event.This event falls within the Friday Fight Night series, a fixed calendar of broadcast boxing dates staged […]

23
Sep

Selina Williams Art Exhibition: A Legacy of Heritage

A Legacy of Heritage Expression: Oil and Canvas Feast of Visual Art and Performing Arts. Support local artist, Selina Williams, in her expression of her journey on 23 September 2018 at the Castle of Good Hope. Painting on sale on the night. Food & Drink included. R150 entrance per person Contact Selina for more info […]

09
Sep

Exhibition: The Death of Michael Komape

The death of Michael Komape made headlines in 2014 when the Grade R learner died when he fell into a pit toilet at a school outside Polokwane in 2014. The exhibition tracks his family’s journey – from when the boy died through the four-year trial that followed.

08
Sep

Scrilla Block Party

Scrilla is a proudly South African event that prides itself in being versatile to suit the audience and promises to showcase only the best in local talent. Audiences are set to enjoy only the best sets from Cape Town’s finest DJ’s and each event offers everything from your favourite Hip Hop RnB, to Deep House, […]