Women’s Month celebrated at Newtown Junction with globally acclaimed “Word Music” Guru NickyB.
Newtown Junction a retail space in the inner city home to a wide variety of retailers including the most innovative authentic local fashion brands. Work Shop New Town offers a superior shopping experience, a diversity in dining opportunities and a space that lends itself to celebrating South Africa’s artistic and cultural diversity. August is Women’s Month and Newtown Junction is setting the tone, hosting a month full of inspiring events and showcases.
In celebration of Women’s month, NickyB [KayaFM] will play a 2-hour mix featuring the finest women artists from around the globe. From Brazil to India, across the African continent and back home, it’s Music That Deserves to be Heard! Join us & meet NickyB at Newtown Junction on 21 August from 12:30pm to 2:30pm
Also not to be missed is the build up to the Moretele Park Tribute Concert. This annual event to be held in the city of Tshwane on 3 September 2016, celebrates South Africa’s coming of age, while protesting against the xenophobic violence experienced earlier this year. Under the theme ‘We Are Africa’, the concert promises a star-studded line-up.
In the build-up to this event Newtown Junction, supported by the Gauteng Department of Arts, Sports, Culture and Recreation, will host artists from the Puisano Jazz Programme and other developmental and established artists in performance on the 6th, 13th and 20th of August from 13h00 to 14h30.
In August, the Newtown Junction will host Entrepreneur Connect in partnership with Wits Business School, Africans for Africa, Africa the Good News and She Leads Africa for a series of workshop events for entrepreneurs
“Given its location and history, Newtown Junction is more than just a shopping mall, it’s a cultural space and we invite art and culture institutions, as well as members of the arts, crafts and cultural fraternity to come and engage with us and create a space that celebrates South Africa’s diversity, talent and culture,” says Michael Clampett, asset manager at Atterbury Holdings.