Events in KZN – October / November 2010

Trevor Noah “The Daywalker”:  Trevor Noah will be Izulu Theatre Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom on the North Coast for shows from the 22th to the 24th of October 2010. Trevor Noah is critically acclaimed for his one man comedy show. He will delve into a wide range of topics including the story of his life as a mixed race child growing up in South Africa. This will be an entertaining spectacle that will be cutting edge, full of punchlines and twists. It’s all delivered in Trevor Noah`s clean cut, no cursing style. Trevor Noah is considered to be one of South Africa’s funniest comedians. Tickets to his shows are available via Computicket.

Zululand Bonsai Kai Annual Exhibition: This event is scheduled for the 5th to 7th of November 2010 at the Richard’s Bay Civic Centre. Check out this annual showpiece for local Bonsai enthusiasts. The guest of honour this year will be the world-renowned Charles Ceronio. Demonstrations and workshops will form part of this event. Bonsai is the art of the aesthetic miniaturisation of trees by growing them in containers. Techniques used for cultivating include shaping, watering and repotting in various styles of containers. Container-grown plants, including trees and many other kinds of plants, have a long history. Some reports date as far back as Ancient Egypt. Some pictorial records exist from around 4 000 BC. One of the oldest-known Bonsai trees is considered one of the National Treasures of Japan. It’s housed in the Tokyo Imperial Palace collection and the five-needle pine bonsai is considered to be at least 500 years old. Bonsai can be created from nearly any perennial woody-stemmed tree or shrub species that produces true branches and remains small through confinement. Entrance to the Zululand Bonsai Kai Annual Exhibition is free. For more information phone 083 4413666.

Henno Kruger

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