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True to its tag as a country of firsts, Mzansi will be hosting the first ever DJ’s awards next month.The awards include a range of, not only Mzansi DJs but Africa’s as a whole. They will be invading Sandton in Jozi to spin discs and collect awards and of course, randelas.
To all the single ladies and groupies, Idols winner Khaya Mthethwa will perform at the Cape Town Jazz Festival.
The festival will be held on the 6th of April, next month. It is held annually and features a host of international as well as local acts. Artists from other genres are invited to perform as well.
You can feel it in the air, Summer is slowly starting to lose its grip on the Southern Hemisphere. As the hottest season of the year winds down, St Yves Beach Club invites you to party with Harael Salkow, Shaun Duvet, Gareth Kenward and Dale Parker to celebrate the end of summer with Jameson on Saturday, 30 March 2013. What better way to end off your summer than with Jameson and St Yves Beach Club?
Jug Nights have officially moved and to no better day of the week.
Welcome to the Only Decent Party venue on a Tuesday night in Cape Town.
All of your traditional Jugs will be available at insane rates. Shots starting at R6 and not to mentions Two Double Smirnoff Vodka's and Monster for R45!
We promise great entertainment and an epic evening.
No Cover Before 10PM, R20 after so get in early!
Valid ID on Request.
Cost: Free Before 10pm | R20 After
T 021 671 4251
All Mcee's, artists, perfomers, musicians, come join us at Ragazzi Live Bar.
Every Tuesday we host all aspiring rappers, DJs or any other performers, letting them strut their stuff on the stage.
Starts at 9pm.
Cost: Free entrance
Ragazzi Live Bar
T071 410 7276
Taking one of Cape Town's Afro-Soulful House vocalist to the people, see him, feel him, sing with him and dance to his tunes while he's performing live on stage.Crazzy Nights with Mxizo Lona will be held in different venues around Western Cape and hopefully around the country .....
Fresh from scooping the Metros, the two music stables are headed for the mother city of Cape Town this coming Sunday.
The two stables have teamed up together and are literally running things eMzansi in as far as music is concerned. Year after year they produce a hit between themselves; they have got the
Iqela lomculo elalidume kakhulu kudala iBoom Shaka are on the come back trail albeit one member short this time around.
Boom Shaka which blast into the music scene way back and disappeared as quickly as they came are now back again all of a sudden. Why… bafunani ngoku abababantu?
Guys usually see cocktails as idrinks zama cherry. If you see a guy drinking a cocktail, some will immediately assume that he is gay. Drinking cocktails does not make you less of a man than umjita who is downing beer. You can also make some of these cocktails at home and impress people with your skills when you’re throwing imbhadla.
Neighbourhood is a trendy bar, restaurant and lounge on Cape Town’s popular Long Street. It is a place where you can for drinks after work and relax with friends. There is outside seating on the balcony where you can enjoy a drink or two while looking down at the surrounding clubs and the people below.
So you have decided that after a long week of waiting on responses and calls from clients and colleagues, you need a night out on the town uyozijabulisa.
Eventually you arrive at party central and all you can think about is getting a refreshing drink and letting go of all your cares and woes. The problem that you now have is getting that drink as you realise that once again you will be waiting… This time, on the bartender.
Night clubs, bars, music festivals, boat cruise trips, evening beach walks and up market restaurants are all the many places to go for entertainment during this festive season. Cape Town is one beautiful city known for its vibrant, grand night life. The city’s night life is spectacular and diverse.
If you are looking to rub shoulders with the who’s who in SA and have your moment on a bright red carpet then look no further than Taboo. Established in 2004, to service the elite of Mzansi by hosting only the best events, this cocktail and cigar bar will have your head spinning with all it has to offer.
On the 15 December 2012 Chippa’s place will be jam-packed as Dj Black Coffee will be gracing the decks with his breath taking sounds. When it comes to entertainment Chippa’s place will never disappoint; there’s a lot of entertainment waiting for everyone this summer, just watch the space. We at Mzansimen Magazine we will constantly keep you posted.
Diversity is the name of the game at Rafiki’s Bar & Restaurant in Tamboerskloof; Cape Town.
Whether you are coming to chill after a long day or want to be soaked in a funky vibe, then Rafiki’s should be on the top of your list. The ambience is that of ‘leave your cares outside’ for inside there is just too much goodness for the soul.
The view from the top is breathtaking as you relax on the 40m stretch of balcony with the best in woodfired pizza, prawns and their famous chilli poppers.