Arts & Culture

Phansi Museum

Phansi Museum house is one of the world's largest publicly accessible collections of Southern Africa  artifacts. The collection icludes: Zulu, Xhosa, Shangaan, and Ndebele beed work, telephone-wire baskets, carved wooden meat plates, and milk pails, ceramic beer pots, snuff spoons, containers and pipes, walking sticks, wood, vinyl and perspex earp...

Revivez

Revivez is passionate about promoting the art of traditional Zulu Dance. ...

Car Boot Market

The Car Boot Market is Durban’s oldest market and has been running since 1992. This is not a craft or design market but it is the perfect day out for treasure hunters who aren’t afraid of an early morning challenge. Sellers-no need to book- pay as you enter. Open from 05h00 until 14h00 every Sunday morning behind Greyville Racecourse...

The Durban African Art Centre

As one of the oldest organisations of its kind in South Africa,The African Arts Centre has built a reputation, both within South Africa and internationally, for supplying specialized, high quality products. Regular Development Projects presented by the staff at the Centre focus on skills transfer and product development and on the preservation of t...