All blue and white

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L’Or­marins Queen’s Plate 2016 Ke­nil­worth Race­course, Cape Town Sun­day, 11am Tick­ets R300 to R5 000 at com­puticket.com One of South Africa’s most pres­ti­gious horse rac­ing events and a high­light on any so­cialite’s cal­en­dar is back.

The Ke­nil­worth Race­course will play host to this stylish oc­ca­sion that prom­ises to trot out a daz­zling ar­ray of fash­ion, en­ter­tain­ment and Croc­quet, Tim Hopwood and Roger Ballen. Free en­trance. Gallery open 10am to

8pm

The En­tropy of Ide­ol­ogy, Kalash­nikovv Gallery, Johannesburg

In early 2015, a bold stu­dent de­coloni­sa­tion move­ment took hold in Cape Town and #RhodesMustFall soon spilled over on to cam­puses coun­try­wide. This new ex­hi­bi­tion, fea­tur­ing seven artists, takes this hash­tag as its en­try point and ex­plores the move­ment through a va­ri­ety of dis­ci­plines. Free en­trance. Gallery open 10am to

3.30pm eques­tri­an­ism.

We bet you didn’t know that the L’Or­marins Queen’s Plate has been listed as one of the world’s top five race days by a Bri­tish news­pa­per, The Tele­graph.

It ranks along­side such il­lus­tri­ous races as the Prix de l’Arc de Tri­om­phe (Paris), the Breeder’s Cup (Cal­i­for­nia), the Mel­bourne Cup and the Dubai World Cup. The dress code is blue and white. Women are en­cour­aged to wear a hat or fas­ci­na­tor and men must wear jack­ets and ties, cra­vats or a smart open-neck shirt and trousers.

BONNY IN BLUE Celebrity Bo­nang Matheba is the of­fi­cial face of this year’s L’Or­marins Queen’s Plate

SHOOT­ING STARS Simphiwe Dana, by Pierre Croc­quet, 2008

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