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​Delta Skelter: notes from a nascent music festival

The second Okavango Delta Music Festival was a dusty, distant affair writes Derek Davey

Shekhinah is coming up roses

As Mercury left retrograde and South Africa ushered in women’s month, Apple Music released an all-genre list to celebrate the women with...

A beginner’s guide to boutique festivals

Big events have their attractions but niche festivals, which are less financially risky, are drawing crowds

Casting the music festival network wider

Festivals are gaining popularity and momentum across Southern Africa and expanding even further to showcase African arts.

Can a Tiger Tiger change its racist stripes?

Think you can escape white privilege and racism with a night out with friends? Think again, says Ra'eesa Pather.

Where to for the cancelled Sauti za Busara festival?

The festival's director has vowed that this lively celebration of East African music will be back bigger and stronger in 2017.

DON’T MISS THIS: Jammin ‘n Ting music and arts festival

Interested in new music, art and film, and looking for something to do this Easter? Go to the fifth Jammin 'n Ting festival at Naledi village.

Ultra, CTEMF: SA in the slipstream of global EDM movement

If God is a DJ, according to Faithless and everyone wants to be a DJ, says Paul van Dyk; and if Paris Hilton thinks she's a DJ - then God help us all.
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Oppikoppi 2012: The sweetest thing

Around 20 000 people descended on the dusty, rocking 'n rolling festival this year. Themed SweetThing, we ask people about their sweetest thing at Oppi.

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