New virtual gigs to get you ‘social’ again

Zoë Modiga
Zoë Modiga


Due to the Covid-19-enforced lockdown, our social lives came to a screeching halt four months ago. But event organisers have now figured out ways to bring you performances virtually. Here are our  four favourite picks for the new month, writes Phumlani S Langa

Zoë Modiga

Watch on demand

R40 at

Zoë Modiga has just released a new album, to much acclaim. Take in a performance that you can engage with when you are in the mood for some soulful upliftment.

Zonke Dikana
Zonke Dikana

Zonke Dikana and Sibongile Khumalo for a Women’s Month gig

August 9, 3pm

R70 at the SA State Theatre

To celebrate Women’s Month, the SA State Theatre has arranged virtual concerts featuring the legendary Sibongile Khumalo and ethereal Zonke Dikana.

Nhlanhla Mahlangu
Nhlanhla Mahlangu

Nhlanhla Mahlangu: Urban Sessions

Watch on demand

R40 at

An attempt to retrace and engage with indigenous knowledge and identification through music in a westernised world.

The diary of a Serial Entrepreneur – Chapter 1

August 5

Free at

This four-part business seminar will cover topics ranging from the current state of the economy to passive income and why it is crucial to have multiple income streams. The Zoom meeting details are available on the ticket site.


Phumlani S Langa 


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69 Kingsway Rd, Auckland Park

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