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Saturday, November 18, 2017


SALUTE Afrikan Goddess is a multimedia arts event created by two dancers, Nosipho Nos Royale Mkhize and Nqubeko Cue Ngema, which returns to the Alliance Française de Durban on November 25 from 14h00 to help #SALUTE women of our country and the continent starting off the 16 Days of Activism against the abuse of women and children.

SALUTE Afrikan Goddess’s main purpose is to create a platform for unknown Durban artists to showcase their talents and creative work. In doing so, they hope not only to give their young colleagues a free platform but in a more social sense through protest art, they wish to unite the KZN youth (male and female) in celebration of the beauty and power of women.

With no budget for this event, but only a few supportive hands, they are grateful to organizations like Alliance Française de Durban who have opened their doors once again to give them a free venue with a stage and sound. And with guest visual artists like Xolani Qwabe and Werner Buerkli, musicians like Black and White, TonyKeather, Randy McLollnn and Quosta Slanka, including dancers like DK’s Crew, together with poets and actors, this event has something special for everyone.

SALUTE Afrikan Goddess takes place on November 25, 2017, from 14h00 at the Alliance Française de Durban.

Picnic baskets are to be purchased in advance with a selection of meals and snacks to choose from, but the entry ticket of R50 will be available at the door plus a free drink on arrival from the French Fusion Cafe.

Alliance Française de Durban is situated at 22 Sutton Crescent (off Windermere Road) in Morningside. For more information contact 031 312 9582 or fax 031 312 2864 or email: