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Slow Saturdays, the much-loved weekly food market at 8 Morison Street, is currently being re-invented. Starting this weekend, brand new homegrown music is being added to the already delicious mix of wonderful food and good people.

On Saturday 13 Feb the prodigal 16-year-old singer songwriter Cyndi Kritzinger will take the stage, as well as a brand new soul-sister duo called The Salaphis.

“We have decided to introduce a FREE daytime concert at Slow Saturdays, presenting a new South African act (or two) every week and adding a really cool entertainment component to the weekly event,” said Reece Easthorpe (Lifestyle Manager at Propertuity Durban) about the shift in thinking.

Cyndi Kritzinger has been winning the hearts of audiences at small venues around the city recently with her passionate folk and acoustic rock jams, while The Salaphis have been called “the future of Afro Jazz”. Both acts are relatively unknown talents on the verge of success.

But what about the chow! You may ask… “We’ll be inviting a hand-picked selection of the best vendors and will be introducing more themed events,” explains Reece. “This week we’ve got The Sushi Corner, Mantra Food Co, Roti & Chai, Superburger, Satisfried, Cul De Sac (Shisa Nyama) and fruit and veg vendors from Warwick Junction Market. I’m really excited about this mix of local and international cuisine and to be showcasing talented young musicians!”


Sindi Ngwenya of Falafel Fundi


Yanga Mthembu and BK Ngobo manning the bar

Super Burger Crew

Super Burger Crew


Buying treats at Sugarlicious

Ali Ajas of Fathermoon Stylists

Ali Ajas of Fathermoon Stylists

All in all it’s set to be a cool vibe, so come feed your soul this Slow Saturday.

Venue: 8 Morrison Street, Rivertown, Durban
Entrance: #Free!
Time: Kicks off at 10am, winds down at 4pm
Event details on Fakebook here.

*Images © Robyn Perros
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