Latest South African press releases

Thursday, 30 August 2007 12:18

‘William Kentridge Flute’ Book Release

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{pp}In September 2007 William Kentridge’s production of ‘The Magic Flute’ will finally premiere in South Africa after an extensive international tour – the production opened at La Monnaie in Brussels in 2005, went on to venues in France, Italy and Israel, and premiered in New York in April 2007. The…
Thursday, 30 August 2007 12:10

Fashion and Art Merge: Strangelove at David Krut

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{pp}David Krut Projects is pleased to host an exhibition by the award-winning design label Strangelove. In this collaboration with David Krut Print Workshop, Strangelove has used some of their more conceptual pattern pieces to create a series of limited-edition prints. Printmaker Jillian Ross has turned the layered patterns into delicate…
Wednesday, 29 August 2007 19:19

Diya Travel Website Launch

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{pp}Diya Travel is launching their travel website destined to cover Southern Africa. Diya Travel’s main focus is packaging the holidays for our clients. This provides our clients with a greatly reduced amount of hassles when booking their holiday in Southern Africa.
Tuesday, 21 August 2007 12:12

Stephan Rejoins Three Cities

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{pp}In 1999 Stephan completed his training in Hotel Management. He was then positioned at the Riverside Hotel in Durban which was his first introduction to the Three Cities Group where he completed his final practical assessment. He spent six months performing managerial duties in all disciplines of the hotel.
AdventureEscapades.co.za explores the world of audacious activities for the extreme traveller in South Africa. The website profiles various adventures across South Africa through categories of air, land and water. The site gets up-close-and-personal with over 48 activity categories that one could choose from. Each profile delves into exciting information regarding…
{pp}William Kentridge Flute goes to the printer today! For all those who have been following the growth of this publication, we are officially off the ground. There are quite a few technical details to take care of when preparing a book like this for press, especially since we are making…
{pp}A Constitution Hill project David Krut Publishing is pleased to announce the printing of a second edition of this important book by Lauren Segal, Clive van den Berg and Churchill Madikida. In 2006, three curators began to collect the testimonies of the men and women who had been imprisoned at…
{pp}David Krut Publishing is pleased to host the book launch of Dina Prinsloo’s book Points for Departure. In Points For Departure ceramicist Dina Prinsloo documents her life’s work through a sumptuous collection of photographs, text, diagrams and notes. The book documents Prinsloo’s collaboration with prominent South African architects where she…
Friday, 10 August 2007 16:32

The Voice of Reason from Namibia

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{pp}What can I do to change the face of rugby or the way it is played in South Africa? I was recently asked this very question and it took me months to figure it out – after all, I am just a normal Joe Soap who is a passionate supporter…
{pp}Cheaper prices and the convenience of online shopping has led to increasing numbers of shoppers are being lured away from traditional stores. South Africans spent around R668 million (excluding air tickets) in 2006, with 20% annual increases anticipated for the next few years.
{pp}Out The Box is a groundbreaking performance platform that supports local and international artists and which is one of South Africa’s foremost visual theatre festivals. It is organised by Unima South Africa (The International Union of Marionette Art). The festival runs from the 10th - 15th Sepember at the Baxter…
{pp}The Oppikoppi Crew and David Krut Projects have some very exciting news to share! With a little more than three weeks to go to the Oppikoppi "The Way of the Dassie" August Festival, you can now have your Dassie and play with it. You no longer have to wait until…
{pp}Looxis, the German company which pioneered the laser-made 3D portraits in glass, has awarded its licence for South Africa to Manoto Holdings Pty Ltd, a Johannesburg company which owns Manoto Logistics. 
Saturday, 04 August 2007 04:00

“Consumer choice essential” says Microsoft

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{pp}Computer users worldwide know the frustration of trying to send a document to someone who works on an Apple mac or other operating system – incompatible file formats. An attempt by Microsoft and other contributors to resolve this is causing great controversy amongst the computer industry to the detriment of…
{pp}Small and innovative home-grown VoIP companies like Skaap, Luuk and Yeigo are not best pleased that cell giants MTN and Vodacom have yet again been allowed to milk their customers for yet more rands. Despite South African telecommunications still being overpriced in many areas, ICASA’s decision to allow MTN differential…

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