Temporary Exhibition at the Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre until 17th November

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The Johannesburg Holocaust and Genocide Centre opened in March 2019. A long time in the making this is an impressive addition to Johannesburg’s private and corporate museums/galleries/educational centres. There’s a post coming on the Centre itself. This is just an alert for a temporary exhibition showing in the Hall of Light on the top floor, […]

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Chef in the kitchen at Dolci Cafe

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I started writing about our local restaurant at the end of the block. But then, like much writing, it developed a direction of its own. And soon I found that I was looking through Michael Meyersfeld’s portfolio and his list of exhibitions. Why? You might ask. Hanging on the back wall of our great neighbourhood […]

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Cion Joburg Theatre

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When a body moves, it’s the most revealing thing. Dance for me a minute, and I’ll tell you who you are.  Mikhail Baryshnikov  Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Bolero based on Zakes Mda’s character Toloki  No words can describe Gregory Maqoma’s extraordinary contemporary dance production but Robyn Sassen’s review helps!  And for more check Diane De […]

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