Friday, 28 September 2018 dramas, plays, poetry, storytelling township dances and a beauty pageant Time: 14:00pm to 23:00pm Place: Babs Madlakane Community Hall, Matanzima Road, KwaNobuhle Entrance: free saturday, 29 September 2018 fun run, brass band parade, majorettes and indigenous games Time: 05:30am to 18:00pm Place: KwaNobuhle multipurpose sport centre, matazima road Entrance: free saturday, 06 october 2018 music concert live performances by: dj oskido, babes wodumo, dj ganyani, nokwazi, lerato kganyago, nathi, freshlyground, phuzekhemisi, sipho hotstix mabuse, ringo madlingozi, amadodana ase wesile, shwi and mtekhala, amawele ka mamtswane Time: 10:00am to 23:00pm Place: uitenhage central stadium, lower drostdy street Entrance: General access - R50 per person coolerbox - R50 vip - R150 per person MARKET ANALYSIS Provincial and Bay Demographics Eastern Cape is home to more than 6 527 747 South Africans which makes it the third biggest province in terms of population. The province is dominated by Africans at 87.6% followed by Coloured (7.5%), white (4.7%), and Indian at 0.3%. The languages spoken in the province are isiXhosa (83.7%), Afrikaans (9.6%), English (3.7%), and Sotho (2.5%). The major entertainment, arts and culture events in the province the Scifest Africa taking place in March and the National Arts Festival in June every year and both these events take place in Grahamstown. According to the recent City census it was revealed that the Metro Municipality has over 1 300 000 population.
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