Bloemfontein’s hopeless romantics were fed a love potion of poetry and soul music, reports Mpho Matsitle.
On a cool Thursday evening Bloemfontein Comedy Club hosted CamCom for his one man stand-up show Not A Vloek at the lovely restaurant 59 Plenty.
The Performing Arts Centre of the Free State (PACOFS) will kick off its 2018 season by kicking down the walls of secrecy engulfing domestic abuse with a presentation of the harrowing drama This Is For Keeps.
Mangaung is gearing up to have its own Love, Crime and Johannesburg play, reports Ace Moloi.
ART STATE Editor Ace Moloi reports about the recently held dance and drama festival at Pacofs.
Thato Rossouw writes about Stone Mayo’s single launch turned jam session, held at Pitseng African Restaurant.
Well-traveled bassist Mlungisi Gegana treated the people of Mangaung to an evening of jazz conversations, reports Mpho Matsitle.
Throughout Macufe, artists, designers and entrepreneurs set up shop to sell their work, reports Teboho Mpholo
On 7 October 2017, Bafana Nzimande hosted a business networking event at President Hotel, Bloemfontein.
Scores of writers gathered in Mangaung to mark the 10th Anniversary of Macufe Wordfest, reports Thato Rossouw