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Aweh! Find out what’s popping in Durban

Here are some of the events happening around Durban in the next few days.

ARE you looking for something to do? Well, look no further – here’s a list of events happening in Durban and surrounds.

Sibaya’s Mother’s Day shopping festival 

Sibaya’s Mother’s Day Shopping Festival is a unique event that combines shopping with Mom, for Mom, and a day out with good entertainment and hospitality. It starts on Wednesday, May 10 and lasts until Sunday, May 14, at the SunPark, Sibaya Casino.

This festival is more than just a shopping experience; it is a day of fun, excitement and entertainment which includes live music and competitions. You’ll also have the opportunity to find the perfect gift for your mom from a wide selection of vendors, all in one place. Tickets are R50 and can be purchased at TicketPro – all moms, grandmothers and stepmoms enter for free.

Mothers and daughters’ high tea

In celebration of Mother’s Day, Ikusasa Ngelami and Zonkez Parenting Solutions will be having an afternoon of connection and reflection to explore the many ways that mothers and daughters can support each other. The High Tea for Mothers and Daughters will be held on May 14 at 13:00, at 77 Monty Naiker Road, Durban. For more information, Contact Zonke Shazi-Hlongwane on 063 819 6905. 

On Being a Unitarian

The Durban Unitarian Fellowship will meet on Sunday, May 14 in the Frank Farrer Hall, Palmiet Nature Reserve, Old New Germany Road, Westville at 10:00. Barbara Baard will present a talk titled On Being a Unitarian, based on a talk given by the late Ivan Baard. This will include a brief historical overview of the origin and development of Unitarianism. The public is welcome. Bring your own mug or cup. Refreshments will be available. A small cash donation to cover the venue-hire cost will be appreciated. Contact Dave Ellinger on 083 763 9519.

South African Opera – the Struggle to Survive

The Decorative Arts Society’s presentation by Dr David Smith, professor of opera and choral music at UKZN, titled South African Opera – the Struggle to Survive will take place on Tuesday, May 16 from 12:30 to 13:30 at the Visitors’ Centre, Durban Botanic Gardens. The fee is R50 for members and R70 for visitors. Tea and sandwiches will be served after the lecture. Contact Lynne on 083 281 2994.

A Mom’osa Brunch

The Newly launched Alton Boutique Hotel is inviting all mothers to be spoiled with a three-course High Tea-Style Lunch with complimentary mimosas on Sunday, May 14 from 11:00 to 16:00. Bookings are R350 each person, and they can be made on the following WhatsApp number: 083 747 9039.


Autumn graduation season 

All Durban graduates are invited to the official graduation party of the autumn graduation season. Commemorating the academic accomplishment of many students from KwaZulu-Natal and nearby areas, the party will be on Saturday, May 13 from 12:00 on 73 Jacko Jackson Dr, Stamford Hill, Durban. Tickets can be purchased on WebTickets or at Pick ’n Pay stores for R100.

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