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J&B Met

The annual J&B Met is more than just a horse racing event. It is a gathering of socialites and one of the major fashion extravaganzas of the year. This year, the J&B Met celebrated its thirtieth anniversary of racing in the style and glamour that has always been associated with this event. On 26 January 2008, the Kenilworth Racecourse and the entire Cape Town, will be gearing up for another breathtaking day of horse racing and designer clothing.

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A Weekend of Fun at Ficksburg Cherry Festival

The picturesque town of Ficksburg is situated between the banks of the Caledon River and the foot of the Imperani Mountain in the Free State region of South Africa. As the largest cherry producing area in South Africa, Ficksburg is aptly known throughout the country as the Cherry Town. The Ficksburg Cherry Festival is the oldest crop festival in South Africa and will be celebrating its 40th anniversary from 15 to 17 November 2007.

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South African International Ballet Competition

The Artscape Opera House in the beautiful city of Cape Town is to be the venue for the inaugural South African International Ballet Competition scheduled to take place from 14 to 19 January 2008. The competition has been initiated by the former CEO of South African Ballet Theater, Mr. Dirk Badenhorst, with the aim of providing international exposure for local and foreign dancers, as well as allowing directors of South African and foreign dance companies to seek out new talent.

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Visit the South African Jewish Museum

South Africa is a country of diversity, especially when it comes to its residents. It is a colorful mix of race and religion that is rarely experienced anywhere else in the world. And with every group comes a story, a proud heritage that deserves to be remembered. The South African Jewish Museum opened its doors in the year 2000, with the legendary Nelson Mandela doing the honors.

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Stroll through the Spectacular Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

At the foot of the famous Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, is the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. It is home to the magnificent collection of plants that are indigenous to South Africa, and the land covers a staggering 528 hectares. The Liesbeek River feeds the gardens and looking around at the endless flow of trees, brush and plants, it is easy to understand the inscription that is engraved on the grave of Professor Pearson (first director of the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens): “If ye seek his monument, look around”.

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Awesome Praise South Africa

When we look into our hearts we all long for a world of acceptance, tolerance and more importantly, peace. To be able to live, love, dream and worship in a place where color, religion and nationality plays no role in our daily lives. But as wars rage around us, people lose their lives and loved ones all in name of World Peace. And amongst the turmoil and suffering, many forget what is vital to human survival, our faith. Awesome Praise is a concert that proves that when we focus on God and His message of love and forgiveness, a place can be created where a nation can worship, praise and celebrate as one.

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Take Some Time Out at Hartebeespoort Dam

For a break from the fast paced lifestyle of Johannesburg, many flee to the tranquil and breathtaking surroundings of Hartebeespoort Dam. Tourists that have come to travel South Africa are also lured to this magnificent hideaway, because of its natural splendor and the activities that it offers. Hartebeespoort Dam is a gem that lies a mere forty-five minutes away from both Pretoria and Johannesburg, but is far removed from the bustle of city life.

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The FNB Whisky Live Festival

It doesn’t matter if you are a whisky connoisseur, enjoy the odd glass of whisky or have never experienced the true art form of this popular drink, the FNB Whisky Live Festival accommodates everyone. For the fifth time the festival, which is held both in Cape Town and Johannesburg, will open its doors to the finest whiskies from South Africa and around the world.

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