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Truth Nightclub

Truth Nightclub (Old Pretoria Main Road, Midrand) — since the turn of the millennium, the Johannesburg area Truth nightclub has welcomed generations of music-loving party revelers, both young and mature, and has offered a consistent night-out every Saturday at one of the most unique clubbing venues in the world. Many international House and Trance music […]

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Tiger Tiger

Tiger Tiger (103 Main Rd, Claremont, Stadium on Main, Upper Ground Level, Cape Town) – this is Cape Town’s premiere nighttime experience. There are 8 luxurious bars and two dance floors, and the club sports both a commercial and a house music scene. Not only does Tiger have variety, its sound waves are guaranteed to […]

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Taboo

Taboo (24 Central, cnr. Fredman and Gwen Lane, Sandton) – this is a Johannesburg area nightspot that plays mainly Electro House and Trance music (at its upstairs level), and Soul music (at its lower level). The club’s interior was designed for high rollers who demand their own VIP tables & rooms, and has a capacity […]

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The Radium Beerhall

The Radium Beerhall (282 Louis Botha Avenue, Orange Grove) — this is the oldest surviving bar and grill in Johannesburg (located at the northeastern outskirts of Orange Grove), with a genuinely historic ambience that’s just as enticing as the good food on the menu; as authentic as the foot-tapping live jazz that makes the embossed […]

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The Crypt Jazz Restaurant

The Crypt Jazz Restaurant (1 Wale Street, Cape Town) – this is a favored jazz club in Cape Town. Along with the restaurant, there’s live Jazz between 7 pm and 10 pm (Tuesday to Thursday) and between 8 pm and 11 pm (Friday & Saturday). There’s a cover charge of R55 (students R30). Seating capacity […]

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Sugarhut Club

Sugarhut Club (44 Constitution Street, Cape Town) – this nightspot is just a short walk away from the District 6 Museum. Sugarhut Club is spacious enough to accommodate the jet-set party crowd, yet intimate enough to appeal to older, more discerning customers. The music here ranges from Shanghai Jazz to Brazilian Bossa Nova – reflecting […]

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Rhapsody’s

Rhapsody’s (Grosvenor Shopping Centre, Corner of William Nicol Drive & Main Road, William Nicol Dr, Bryanston) – located a short distance (via car) from central Johannesburg, patrons here have various after-dinner entertainment options: from comedy shows, to jazz bands, to acoustic evenings. Of course, dinner is served here for those looking for a light meal.

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Protea Hotel Fire & Ice!

Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! (New Church Street, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town) – this bar is located within a relatively new hipster hotel in the city center. Female DJs spin Electro House beats every Saturday between 8 pm and 12 am.

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Neighbourhood

Neighbourhood (163 Long Street, Cape Town) – this bar offers both a long balcony with tables and seating overlooking the famous Long Street, as well as an interior den of warmly furnished interconnected rooms. An eclectic and trendy crowd keeps the place constantly abuzz, be they sipping cocktails on the sprawling balcony, or relaxing in […]

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Movida

Movida (Rivonia Crossing, cnr. Rivonia Rd and Witkoppen, Sunninghill, Johannesburg) – guests at this Johannesburg-area venue can expect top local and celeb DJ’s, live high-impact cabaret shows, specialty acts and Movida’s very own brand of party extravagance. The layout of the venue is superb with décor that is both rich and inviting. Comfy couch sections, […]