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Com­piled by Sand­hip Sing. Send your listings to Sun­day Mag­a­zine, Box 47549, Greyville, 4023, fax 031 308 2357 or e-mail: sm.di­ by the Mon­day be­fore pub­li­ca­tion.


Botha’s Hill Mar­ket. Old Main Road op­po­site the Faint­ing Goat, near Kearsney Col­lege. 10am to 3pm.

Call 083 564 3335.

Berea Rovers Mar­ket. 73 Jacko Jack­son Drive. Arts, craft, food and a pub on site. 10am to 4pm.

Call 081 370 7577.

The Golden Hours Fam­ily Mar­ket. Uit­sig Road, Dur­ban North.

10am to 3.30pm. Call 083 262 3693. Greyville Car Boot & 2nd Hand Cloth­ing Mar­ket. First Av­enue.

9am to 3pm. Call 083 300 2999.

The Morn­ing Trade. 5 Sta­tion Drive, off um­geni Road. Ar­ti­san pro­duce. 8am to 1pm. Visit www.the­morn­ing­ The Sta­bles Mar­ket. 9 Jacko Jack­son Drive, Stam­ford Hill,10am to 5pm.

Call 031 312 3058.


Essen­wood Plan B Mar­ket. Arts and crafts. Satur­days. Berea Park, 9am to 2pm. Call 081 370 7577.

Fra­grance Street Mar­ket. Op­po­site RK Khan Hospi­tal, Chatsworth. Wed­nes­days to Satur­days, 9am to

5pm. Sun­days,10am to 4pm.

Call 072 638 94.

Head­way Na­tal Mar­ket. 11 Men­ston Road, Westville. First Wed­nes­day of ev­ery month. 9.30am to12.30pm.

Call 031 266 2709.

Hill­crest Ro­tary’s Car Boot Sale. Crooked Lane. First Satur­day of the month, 7am to 10am.

Call 079 982 9034.

Kloof and High­way SPCA Mar­ket.

29 Vil­lage Road. Mon­days, Thurs­days and Satur­days, 8am to noon. Last Sun­day of the month, 8.30am to 12.30pm. Call 031 764 1212. Queens­burgh Cheshire Home. Sec­ond-hand goods and books, plants and a tea gar­den. 890 Main Road, Mose­ley. Tues­day and Fri­day, 8.30am to 12.30pm. Call 031 708 4747. Shong­weni Mar­ket. 457 MR551 Road. Satur­days, 6.30am to 11.30pm.

Call 083 777 1674.

The Sta­bles Life­style Mar­ket. Wed­nes­day and Fri­day, 6pm to 10pm. Call 031 312 3058.

Tin­ley Manor Mar­ket. Coun­try mar­ket. Dol­phin Coast (Bal­lito). Satur­days, 7am to 1pm. Call 083 252 6787. umh­langa Farm­ers’ Mar­ket.

Au­tumn Drive, Pre­ston­dale, umh­langa Ridge. Wed­nes­days, 9am to noon.

Call 074 445 6186.

Vic­to­ria Street Mar­ket: Cor­ner Queen and Vic­to­ria streets. Mon­day-satur­day, 8am-6pm, and Sun­day, 10am-4pm. Call 031 306 4021.


Umh­langa An­tique Fair. An­tiques, vin­tage col­lecta­bles, jew­ellery, books, sil­ver, brass, glass­ware and ce­ram­ics. Umh­langa Cen­tre, 138 Ridge Road. Novem­ber 19, 9am-2pm. Call

084 548 0366.

Sugar Rush Mar­ket. Or­ganic pro­duce and hand­made prod­ucts.sugar

Rush Park. Esen­embi Road, Bal­lito. Co­in­cides with park run which starts at 8am. Novem­ber 19, 7.30am-noon,

Call 079 528 4665.


African Drumshack En­ter­tain­ment. Fam­ily drum­ming. Sta­bles Life­style Mar­ket. 9 Jacko Jack­son Drive. Sun­days, 3pm to 4pm. Adults R85; un­der 12s, R50; and un­der twos, free. Call 083 704 4879.

Wa­hooz! ushaka Marine World. Noon to 4pm. Free. Call 031 328 8000. Emoyeni Coun­try Lodge. Live bands. Cam­per­down. Sun­days, noon to 2pm. Call 082 652 6018.

New York Restau­rant and Bar.

Deep house mu­sic. 101 Innes Road, Morn­ing­side, 2pm. Free.

Call 031 312 9605.

Sun­day Jazz Sun­dow­ers. Natalie Run­gan, singer and song writer. Bat Cen­tre. To­day (Novem­ber 12) at 3pm till late. Call 031 322 0451.


Mu­sic Un­lim­ited. Mur­phy. Stam­ford Hill Bowl­ing Club, Greyville. Satur­days from 2pm. Call 073 584 0258.

Berea Bowl­ing Club Blues. Play bowls from 4pm on Mon­days. Mu­sic, 6pm to 9pm. R50 en­try. Call 082 499 8636. Jazzy Lunch. Café Saint Ger­main, Al­liance Française, 22 Sut­ton Cres­cent, Win­der­mere. Satur­day, noon to 2pm. Call 031 312 9582.

Roberta Reddy. Pi­anist. Coast­lands Mus­grave, on Satur­day, 7pm to 10pm; Call 082 321 2698.

The Oys­ter Box Ho­tel: Live mu­sic on the ocean ter­race. Satur­day and Sun­day, 2.30pm to 5pm.

Call 082 321 2698.

Rich El­lis Drum Cir­cle: Habe­sha Café, Daven­port Road. Wed­nes­days, 7pm to 9pm. R30. R10 drum hire.

Call 079 582 7266.


KZNPO World Sym­phony Se­ries Fes­ti­val. In­ter­na­tional soloists, South African artists and a mix of com­posers for the four-week sea­son. Dur­ban City Hall un­til Thurs­day, 7.30pm. R30-R230. Com­puticket.

Melodies of a tal­ented jazz gui­tar duo live at Sound Café. (Warne House , 5 Gar­licke Drive Bal­lito) Nick Pit­man and Josh Swan­son are the two gui­tarists, both study­ing mu­sic at Kwazu­lunatal Univer­sity (UKZN) and have been play­ing to­gether for two years. (Novem­ber 17) Fri­day, 7pm, R50. e-mail info@sound­ for book­ings. Yusuf (also known as Cat Stevens). Bri­tish singer-song­writ­ing leg­end and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in­ductee. Dur­ban ICC. Novem­ber 15, 7pm, R450 - R1,200, com­puticket.

Pi­ano and Clar­inet Duo. Joanna Wicherek (pi­ano) and Ti­aan Uys (clar­inet). Pro­gramme: Eugène Bozza, Fan­tasie Ital­i­enne, Jacek Grudzie

Wi­atr od morza to name a few. The Pre­lude Per­former at this con­cert will be Lun­gelo Hlophe (tenor) from Lih­lithemba High School who won sec­ond prize at the re­cent Grandi Tenori schools Opera singing com­pe­ti­tion. Dur­ban Jewish Cen­tre, 44 KE

Masinga (Old Fort) Road. Tues­day, Novem­ber 14, R80 (mem­bers), R100 (non-mem­bers), R20 (stu­dents). friend­sof­mu­sic@web­ Week­end Songs. A song cy­cle by Beethoven will be per­formed

(to the dis­tant beloved) and some songs by Franz Schu­bert such as Ave Maria. On top of these is a col­lec­tion of songs by a lo­cal com­poser (Mzamo) called Great & Brave Women in the Bible for a mezzo-so­prano and a pi­ano and lastly; a string quar­tet named Im­bali Eqhakazayo. The Bat Cen­tre, Satur­day, Novem­ber18, 6pm, R60R130. webtick­

Riley Giand­hari Trio live in Con­cert. The Riley G trio will play a mix­ture of jazz stan­dards and some of his com­po­si­tions. Satur­day, Novem­ber 18, 7pm, R40. Call 031 303 8398

Afro Sum­mer All White Pic­nic. This is an an­nual event by Go Bigg and Afro­tain­ment where they launch their al­bums be­fore the De­cem­ber hol­i­days. Ex­pect DJS, per­form­ing artists, beer halls and food stalls. Eza­kheni Park, Lady­smith. Novem­ber 19, 1pm, R90R300. Com­puticket.


ARTSPACE. Voodoo Womxn. Ka­tokira’s work on show in­cludes ink and wa­ter­colour illustrations, large-scale ab­stract and pop-art pieces, ce­ram­ics, em­broi­dery and more. An eclec­tic, vis­ual feast of works served by this self-taught artist who, af­ter a stint in Lon­don, is back in Kwazulu-na­tal. Un­til Novem­ber 23. Call 031 312 0793.

Blue Cater­pil­lar Gallery. In­vest­ment art from Wil­liam Ken­tridge and Di­dier Lourenco, an in­ter­na­tional artist from Spain, as well as lo­cal artists Ni­cola Craw­ford and Dianne van Wyk.

Un­til the end of Novem­ber.

Call 033 387 1356.

El­iz­a­beth Gor­don Gallery. Paint­ings by Re­nee Les­lie. Call 031 303 8133. Green Gallery: New art­works by

Mar­ion Townsend, Coral Spencer, Penny Meakin, Rob Domi­jon and

Norma Wiles Flan­ders Mall, Mount Edge­combe.

Call 031 502 2757.

KZNSA Gallery.

Buzz Art. theme this year is SEA CHANGE and sea-, beach- surf- and har­bour-re­lated prod­ucts and art will be cu­rated into an in­stal­la­tion in the Mez­za­nine Gallery. From Novem­ber 16 on­ward. DUT Fine Art & Jewellry De­sign grad­u­ate ex­hi­bi­tion. Ends to­day. Call 083 384 3660.

Phansi Mu­seum: Dr M Shezi’s Myths Magic and Mer­maids, 500 Esther Roberts Road, Glen­wood. Ends Novem­ber 19. Call 031 206 2889. Trail­ing the Trap­pists. A col­lec­tive of 16 Dur­ban artists. The ex­hi­bi­tion will in­clude pho­to­graphs, paint­ings and multimedia art­works. St Anne’s Hall, Mar­i­annhill. Ends to­mor­row. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the Face­book page, Trail­ing the Trap­pists.

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