Tag: things to do in durban

UKZN Students Develop A Taste For 3D Food Printing

The annual Mechanical Engineering Open Day at the University of KwaZulu-Natal was held recently at the Unite School of Engineering Building, Howard College Campus. Fourth-year engineering students displayed months’ worth of hard work on 20 ingenious design projects to evaluators,…

Breast Cancer Luncheon At Beautiful Oyster Box

Ladies united #TimeToEndBreastCancer Every 15 seconds, somewhere in the world, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancerAlmost everyone knows at least one person who has been impacted by breast cancer – or has heard those words themselves. Breast cancer is…

Refreshing New Bike Fest In 2020

The annual Bike Fest, a flagship event of Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT), will be returning to the South Coast from 25 to 27 April 2020. And this time, all the engine-revving action will take place at the scenic, tourist-friendly…

Durban Botanic Gardens Trail of Lights

Now in it’s third year, the Durban Botanic Gardens Trail of Lights has become a regular on the city’s festive season calendar. Offering a magical night out for families, couples and groups and the chance to give back to several…

Africa Rising International Film Festival

Inclusion and Participation at this year’s Africa Rising International Film Festival The Africa Rising International Film Festival (Ariff) is back and will be taking place next month from the 27th to the 30th of November 2019 in Newtown Precinct. ARIFF…

The Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival 80th Birthday Edition

Assupol & SEMOPA Entertainment present: The Hugh Masekela Heritage Festival 80th Birthday Edition Saturday 9 November 2019 at The Soweto Theatre Precinct “My biggest obsession is to show Africans and the world who the people of Africa really are, and…

We’re Celebrating Things That Go ‘BOO’ At uShaka Marine World

We’re celebrating things that go ‘BOO’ by the sea at uShaka Marine World this Halloween! Prepare for a thrilling family experience with a host of haunting activities. Getting the shivers will have nothing to do with a dunking at Wet…

Make A Night Of It At Granada Square

Following months of renovations, Granada Square recently unveiled their stunning new look and feel, and are now looking forward to sharing this new look with you by hosting a night market on Friday, October 25th from 16h30 to 21h30. Granada…

Amazing Year End Functions With Your Perfect Host Hilton Durban

It’s almost time for us to look back over the last year and celebrate our successes with the team that’s made it happen! Make sure your next year-end function is the trendiest and most memorable one yet! Hilton Durban is…

Global Diabetes Walk And Wellness Festival Moves To uShaka Marine World

Organisers of the annual Durban Wellness Festival (DWF) are pleased to announce that this year’s event will now be taking place on the Sunday, 17 November at uShaka Marine World. “We are looking forward to holding this year’s event at…

Spa Ritual Therapies That Work

Spa Ritual therapies have been used for hundreds of years, boosting health and healing. “To massage is to work on the body with applied pressure. Not only is this an enjoyable and relaxing experience, but it also has numerous health…

Celebrate International Chef’s Day With Granny Mouse

Going out to restaurants is one peoples’ favourite activities because they get the chance to taste some of the best cuisine from the chefs that work behind the scenes in their local restaurants and eateries. One day in particular –…

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