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Posts Tagged ‘South Africa’

24Sep

The biennial Afrovibes 2012 Festival returns for an extensive national tour of the UK, following its 2010’s inaugural debut.  More than just a show, Afrovibes offers an eclectic and thought-provoking programme of performance from South Africa, including theatre, dance, music and the spoken word.  Produced by UK Arts International,  Jan Ryan, its director believes it […]






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11May

The Young Vic has a special place in my heart. I have seen some wonderful productions at this theatre including, The Brother Size by Tarrell Alvin McCraney, In The Penal Colony, adapted by Amir Nizar Zuabi, I am Yusuf and This is My Brother, also directed by Zuabi, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone by August […]






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9Mar

Thula Sindi is one of South Africa best known young designers.  Sophisticated, elegant, chic, feminine and timeless adequately describe his creations that graciously adorn the female form in all its facets, both young and matured. Not one to sit around and wait for inspiration, Sindi is constantly documenting his sketches and design concepts in what […]






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19Feb

The term Ubuntu has come to signify unity for many and it is one I gravitate to. A South African ideology, it focuses on people’s allegiances and relations with each other. I am sure, some folks will find it hard to reconcile how it relates to fashion but fashion is art and art, is an […]






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