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Out and About: Your weekend guide to what’s happening in the Cape

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It’s another weekend filled with exciting events in the Cape! The “Out and About” guide, compiled by Steven Taylor, is the best place to find out what’s happening where!

The One Who Sings introducing The Feminine Force

Former lead singer of acclaimed pan-African supergroup Freshlyground Zolani Mahola is The One Who Sings. This local star brings to the Selective Live stage her new band The Feminine Force, with multi-instrumentalist and scholar of traditional African music Sky Dladla, Cal Thompson on bass guitar, Chante Phillips on drums, Ntombe Halam on percussion and Genevieve Lee on acoustic guitar.

The event takes place on Saturday 13 May at 189 Buitengracht Street in Gardens. Doors open at 5pm and the performance starts at 7:30pm

Tickets available via Quicket from R150.

DNA Café: Stand-up Comedy Open Mic Night

Enjoy a night filled with laughter this Friday night 12 May at DNA Café in Kuilsrivier where comedians go to try out some new material. Doors open at 6:30 pm with showtime at 8pm. There is an entrance fee of R80 at the door or you can get your tickets on Quicket for R50.

The Colosseum Kickboxing

Brought to you by UCT Kickboxing, you can witness the best up and coming kickboxing athletes in Cape Town and the surrounding areas. There are 4 types of tickets on sale, including VIP, ringside, general and bleachers. For more information, visit the Quicket link here.

The event takes place on Saturday 13 May from 5pm. Food and drinks are available at the venue which is the UCT Sports Centre in Rondebosch. Tickets from R70 available via Quicket.

Swan airfryer giveaway winner

A big congratulations to Faziela Prantice for entering the Swan airfryer giveaway! Thank you to all who entered! If you’d like to win more prizes, stay tuned to the Magic 828 Facebook and Instagram pages.

Written by: Kelly-Jane Turner

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