ON THE BOX
Want to know how to cook the perfect so - or hard-boiled egg? Or the u est scrambled egg? The inimitable Martha Stewart shares these and other secrets as she teaches viewers all they need to know about the world’s most versatile form of protein. Whether you like yours over easy or sunny-side up, Martha will show you how to prepare them just right every me with easy-to-master techniques and ps. Don’t miss Martha Stewart’s Cooking School on the Home channel (176 on DStv) starting 30 March.
18–21 March: Durban Exhibition Centre
KwaZulu-Natal’s leading décor, design and lifestyle exhibition, themed Take it Home, Make it Home, once again promises to be the destination of choice for those committed to turning their house into a home. You can expect a showcase of the latest décor and design trends, products and services. Tickets cost R75 for adults; R65 for traders, pensioners and students; and R20 for under 12s. Go to decorex.co.za.
3–6 March: Greenhills Sport Stadium, Randfontein
Don’t miss the 30th celebration of the West Rand’s biggest business and social extravaganza with more than 400 exhibitors, wine and beer gardens, an impressive line-up of live entertainment and fun for the kids. Call 011 412 2878 or visit randfonteininfo.co.za.
Hobby-X Jo’burg is at the Ticketpro Dome in Northgate from 3–6 March; go to hobbyx.co.za for details.
4-13: Celebrate South Africa’s written, visual and performing arts at the annual Stellenbosch University Woordfees; for details, call 021 886 5036 or visit www.sun.ac.za/english/woordfees.
4–13: Neethlingshof Wine Estate in the Stellenbosch Winelands is hosting a series of summer picnic concerts. Enjoy great food, wine and live acts including Chris Chameleon, Valiant Swart, Laurie Levine, Manouche and many more. Get tickets at computicket.co.za or visit neethlingshof.co.za. 6: Participate in or support the 39th Cape Town Cycle Tour, the world’s largest timed cycling event; visit capetowncycletour.com. 12–19: The South African International Film Festival, better known as RapidLion, is back in Jo’burg at The Market Theatre with the focus on African cinema; call 076 893 8928 or visit rapidlion.co.za. 14: April issue of Home on sale! 21: Human Rights Day
24-30: Get your festival gear together for the 22nd Klein Karoo National Arts Festival (KKNK) in Oudtshoorn. You can look forward to an exceptional programme of music, theatre and entertainment as well as great food and wine. Book at computicket.co.za or visit kknk.co.za.