The Out The Box Festival of Puppetry and Visual Performance is a visual feast of drama and dance, workshops, talks, exhibitions and films for adults and children alike. If you're in Cape Town, you've still got until Sunday to catch some of the action.
The ever popular musical Grease is on at Cape Town's Artscape Theatre until 11 April. Catch a glimpse of the show, and hear from some of the actors who bring its timeless characters to life.
At the end of Golden Mile in South Africa's "Surf City" lies a world of sun, surf, entertainment and wild water rides. Spanning over 15 hectares of prime beachfront, uShaka Marine World is Africa's largest marine theme park and home to the fifth-largest aquarium in the world.
Around 35 000 cyclists gathered in the streets of Cape Town in the early hours of Sunday morning to take part in the world's biggest individually timed cycle race, the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour.
It took 32 months to build, creating 26 000 jobs in the process. Its iconic arch has become a tourist attraction in itself. It's been rated one of the world's most beautiful sport stadiums, and it's permanently changed the look and feel of the city of Durban. Check our latest Moses Mabhida Stadium video, and find out what everyone's raving about.
Grammy Award-winning singer Kelly Clarkson kicked off her "All I Ever Wanted" tour in Johannesburg on Friday. The star played some of her biggest hits, like "Behind These Hazel Eyes" - with more than a little help from 13 000 South African fans at the Coca Cola Dome.
The Fifa World Cup trophy arrives in South Africa on 5 May on the final leg of its global tour. Starting in Pretoria, the solid gold trophy will visit 38 cities and towns across the country before arriving in Johannesburg days before the 2010 Fifa World Cup kick-off on 11 June.
Matt Harding became famous thanks to an internet video of him dancing (badly) in different locations all over the world. His video has been watched by over 27-million people. Now he's been learning South Africa's World Cup-inspired Diski Dance, and practising it all over the country ...
Maude Street, Johannesburg came alive with the sounds of vuvuzelas and whistles as South Africa 2010 fans gathered to celebrate the start of the 100-day countdown to the Fifa World Cup. Lesego Madumo was there with his camcorder. Want a hint of the party in store for the footballing world come 11 June? Check the video.
Experience Cape Town from a whole new perspective ... from above! Join us as we take off from Lion's Head for an aerial adventure second to none with Cape Town Tandem Paragliding.