COOKING UP A STORM: Chef, lecturer and coordinator Nelisa Mbutuma-Zigana with one of the 22 students, Noluvo Ngcobo, from KwaCele in Flagstaff in the kitchen at Hemingways Hotel yesterday

EL hotel gives student chefs a taste of the hospitality industry

A GROUP of 22 student chefs was taken on a site inspection of Hemingways Hotel as one of their activities on their path to the hospitality industry.

Tutu Puoane performs during the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz Festival in Newtown on August 27, 2011 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Gallo Image

Non-stop vibes for all and family fun in store

COMPETITION: You have a few hours to win two tickets to internationally-renowned jazz singer Tutu Puoane’s gig to night and tomorrow night. The Daily Dispatch is giving away five double tickets for the gig at the Velvet Jazz Lounge.

PRAISES: Joyous Celebration thrill
fans with their classic hit songs and
will perform in Port Elizabeth on
August 1 and 2 Picture: GALLO IMAGES

Joyous prepares to bless EC

Gospel group to lead masses in worship. AWARD-winning gospel group, Joyous Celebration, is preparing to lead thousands in worship when they visit the province next month as part of their national tour.

LET THE MUSIC PLAY: The rock band Watershed will perform at The Venue@Hemingways in East London on Sunday. Picture: GALLO IMAGES

East London set for a Watershed moment

Band promises to hit all the right notes. AWARD-winning rock band Watershed is ready to wow East London with their acoustic sounds when they visit the metro as part of their national tour.

READY FOR YOU: Musician Khanyisa Buti has just released his digital debut
album which is available on various digital platforms Picture: SUPPLIED

Majola deals with complex issues on debut digital album

EASTERN Cape musician Khanyisa Buti has released his much-anticipated debut digital album Boet/Sissy, which deals with the complexities of sexuality.


E London gospel band hits all the right notes again

EAST London gospel group Chosen is back with a bang after launching their second album at the weekend.

Freelance dancer Themba Mbuli during his show at the National Arts Festival Picture: SINO MAJANGAZA

Leading musicians help to close festival on a high note

THE Grahamstown National Arts Festival ended on a high note with performances from the likes of Lira, Hugh Masekela and internationally renowned musical group Kwela Bafana.


Joey the War Horse at National Arts Festival

Joey the War Horse – a handmade, life-sized puppet built by the Handspring Puppet Company, visited Grahamstown this week and created a stir wherever he, and his three puppeteers, went.

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