Nearly 600 learners from across the Gauteng province participated in South Africa’s 13th annual Inner-City Schools Play Festival.
The Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York was a convening spot for all things Afrobeats on August 19 when thousands of African fans came together, for the latest iteration of One Africa Music Fest, put on by Paul Okoye and his tireless team.
Some great news this morning!
Win yourself a pair of tickets to the Open Book Festival in Cape Town, South Africa to be held from the 6th to the 10th of September 2017. This is Africa in partnership with the Open Book will be giving away 10 tickets to five separate events!!!
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The 3rd edition of the Nyege Nyege Festival is one not to miss this year with several acts lined up. The festival will offer the best contemporary African music and a unique fusion of international and African sounds You cannot be anywhere else but at the source of the Nile River in Jinja, Uganda between 1 and 3 September.
The #African circus Arts #Festival seeks to empower young African circus performers so that they can maintain their impact in their communities, promote cultural exchanges among circus companies and stimulate the development of a circus market within Africa.
Amagugu International Heritage Centre in Zimbabwe, hosted the Matobo Heritage Festival, an unforgettable music, dance and drumming experience in the Matobo Hills. Today we bring you some of the pictures taken by This is Africa during the festival.
The seventh edition of the #OpenBookFestival promises to be yet another bigger and exciting experience for book lovers in South Africa. The festival will take place from 6 to 10 September in Cape Town with attendees spoiled with more than 140 exciting events to choose from.
Have you ever tasted meat roasted from the surface of a rock? If not, and you are keen on it you might be in for a treat if you make your way to Amagugu International Heritage Centre in Zimbabwe, 60km along the Bulawayo Kezi road for the Matobo Heritage Festival. The festival which began yesterday will run up to the 5th of August and promises to be an unforgettable music, dance and drumming experience in the Matobo Hills.