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A jazz festival but not just for jazz fans

CANCELLED … another casualty of Covid-19 The Cape Town International Jazz Festival (CTIJF) is just around the corner, March 27-28. CallOffTheSearch will be back this year after making the terrible mistake of missing last year’s festival and the year before that … oh how we rued the day/s … and weeks … and years. Here …

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More first-class silliness from the Trolley Dollies

There are a lot of extras on the latest flight of fantasy from the Trolley Dollies – new cast members, some very impressively choreographed, well-rehearsed dance numbers, even eyewear from Oculus  – but Three Blind Mice is also the classic, trashy, first-class fun we have come to expect from the rudest and brassiest of broads, …

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Superstars and super lots at Cape wine auction for great cause

Imagine the rich and the famous gathered at a gorgeous wine estate eating lunch and bidding against society’s stylish superstars for stays in a beach paradise (helicopters and butlers included) and cases of wine from France’s Loire Valley. Pretty stellar, huh? Now add the fact that all money raised goes to supporting education in the …

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Brits get a taste of desert gold in their G&T

The Gods must indeed be crazy! Britons looking for something exotic to mix with their tonic at end-of-year cocktail events will be able to spice things up a little this year with some flavours of the Kalahari in KWV’s boutique-style handcrafted gin, Cruxland. Angie Jacobs, brand manager for KWV’s premium spirits in South Africa, said …

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