|Durban City Hall|
Originally erected as the Town Hall, this very prominent building was actually the second built for that purpose, the first Town Hall having been taken over to become the Durban Post Office. With the rapid expansion of Durban, in the late 1800s, there was obviously a need for a much larger Town Hall.
234 Anton Lembede Rd, Durban, 4000
|The BAT Centre|
The BAT Centre is an arts and culture community centre found in the small craft harbour, off Durban's Victoria Embankment.
45 Maritime Place
Small Craft Harbour
|The Jazzy Rainbow|
Head up the bustling Lilian Ngoyi (Windermere) Road, past all the noise and excitement, and turn right on Smiso Nkwanyana (Goble) Road.
93 Smiso Nkwanyana Rd (Ex Goble Rd), Morningside
|The Rainbow Restaurant|
Over the years most of South Africa's greatest musicians have performed on the Rainbow stage and it has played a key role in the development of their careers.
23 Stanfield Lane
|The Red Door | Pietermaritzburg|
Ok, It's not in Durban, but still listing on our site.
5 Quarry Rd (off Victoria)
|021 Lounge at Swingers|
Cape Town's legendary Restaurant, Live Entertainment and Jazz venue with a difference. Where Old friends MEET and stamp their FEET.
1 Wetwyn Road (near Wetton station) Wynberg
A venue as unique as Cape Town itself, enjoy an evening at Asoka Son of Dharma situated in Kloof Street.
68 Kloof Street
|Baxter Concert Hall|
The Concert Hall has a fine Von Beckerath organ and seating for 638.
Baxter Theatre Centre
|CTICC - Cape Town International Convention Centre|
Since the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)'s inception in 2003, Cape Town is still proudly the number 1 destination for conferences in Africa according to the latest International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) statistics.
1 Lower Long Street
|Oude Libertas | Amphitheatre|
The Oude Libertas offers you a collection of artistic, theatre and lifestyle experiences as well as vital insight into community and environmental developmental initiatives. It houses the Distell Foundation, a Saturday market, an art gallery, conference facilities, Youth Programmes and the oldest and most established and picturesque open-air amphitheatre in Stellenbosch.
41 Oude Libertas Rd, Devon Park, Stellenbosch, 7600, South Africa
|The Crypt Jazz Restaurant|
The birth of The Crypt Jazz Restaurant is the realisation of a dream shared by six people, all of whose love of jazz and good food drove them to open a jazz club in Cape Town. The team is led by entrepreneur Derk Blaisse, along with jazz musicians Mike Rossi, double bass player Wesley Rustin and bassist Spencer Mbadu, as well as Diane Rossi, who brings with her extensive experience in arts and culture administration, both in South Africa and the United States.
1 Wale Street
|The Piano Bar|
A gem in the heart of the village! Your local bar offering the best tapas, cocktails and wines with the sounds of Cape Town's hottest talents each evening.
47 Napier Street
It was in 1993 when West End first opened its doors. It has since established itself as Cape Town's premier, live entertainment venue.
|Katzy's Late Night Piano Lounge|
Katzy's is South Africa's finest Jazz Club. Nestled in the Firs shopping centre in sophisticated Rosebank it is the best place in town to hear live jazz, drink fine whiskey and smoke the tastiest cigars.
The Firs / Hyatt Center
Cnr Craddock and Bierman
|The Bell Pepper|
The Bell Pepper is located in the trendy suburb of Kensington and is surrounded by bustling antique and furniture stores. The restaurant has a relaxed and upmarket ambience with relaxed daytime al fresco dining and romantic candlelight evenings.
176 Queen Street
|The Orbit Jazz Club|
The Orbit concept finds its roots and spirit in a small Jazz Social Club established in Troyeville, Johannesburg, in the early 2000's by Aymeric Péguillan and 3 other partners.
81 de Korte Street
|The Radium Beer Hall|
The Radium Beerhall is the oldest surviving bar and grill in Johannesburg, with a genuinely historic ambience that's just as enticing as the good food on the menu; as authentic as the foot-tapping live jazz that makes the embossed tin ceiling vibrate in sympathy.
282 Louis Botha Ave, Johannesburg, 2192, South Africa
Probably the most frequented open-space area in the suburbs of Johannesburg, Zoo Lake has a restaurant, paddle-boat facilities as well as waterfowl in abundance.
Cnr Jan Smuts Avenue and Westwold Way
|Dobsonville Shopping Centre|
Dobsonville Shopping Centre is located in Dobsonville and is the first shopping centre to be built in Soweto. It is seen as a symbol of economic development in the area.
75 Mmesi Park
|The Soweto Hotel on Freedom Square|
The Soweto Hotel on Freedom Square, a 4-star facility situated on the Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication, boasts 46 deluxe rooms and 2 suites. Amenities include business desks with high speed internet access; allocated rooms for smokers and guests with special needs, in-room television with DSTV channels, electronic safes, hairdryers, international direct dial access and 18 hour in-room dining.
Cnr Union Ave & Main Rd
The Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication, Kliptown