COVID-19: Diary events cancelled or postponed

These diary events were cancelled or postponed after pres. Cyril Ramaphosa's announcement on gatherings amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

KAMERS/Makers Cape Town (26 – 29 March) is postponed – not cancelled. All pre-bought online tickets are currently being refunded.

Spier Harvest of the Arts (27 and 28 March) is postponed; a new date and details will be confirmed later this year.

Irene Village Market (28 March) has been cancelled.

Rooy Food Market (29 March) has been cancelled.

Tierlantynkies Kuier en Koopfees (30 April – 5 May) has been postponed until further notice.

The Johannesburg Cap Classique & Champagne Festival has been postponed to 5 and 6 September, 2020.

Mpumalanga Wine Show (3 and 4 April) has been cancelled.

The Design Assemblage events for March and April have been postponed until further notice.

Tokara Open Garden and Plant Fair (18 April) has been postponed until further notice.

The South African Cheese Festival (25 to 27 April) has been cancelled; all paid tickets will be reimbursed by Computicket.

Protea Cullifest has been postponed until further notice. Tickets will be valid for the new dates, but you can apply for a refund at

Suidoosterfees (27 April to 3 May) has been postponed; new dates will be announced as soon as possible. Computicket will refund ticketholders.

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