we are seeing and seeking connection, unity, understanding, truth

through documentary film, visual and performance arts, and conversations

sept 12-15th, jubilee. 33 kloof st.


tues 12 sept, 7pm – An Impossible Return


a documentary film featuring families removed from District 6 and the southern suburbs

with special guest, filmmaker Siona O’Connell. this documentary highlights the difficulties faced by those who were removed from their homes under the Group Areas Act, and the challenge to raise awareness that people were also removed from the southern suburbs.

entrance is free. secure parking available.



wed 13 sept, 8pm – see(k)ing the good of the city


art exhibition/performance poetry/live music/conversation

come and enjoy a celebration of local art: including published poets reading from their work, performance poets, live hip-hop music, and the launch of the kloof street art exhibition, including both paint and photography.

entrance is free. secure parking available.



thurs 14 sept, 7pm – faith and politics


the call and commitment to change society

a panel discussion with Hlomela Bucwa, who is the youngest person in Parliament, and Steve Swart. both are Christians and serve in parliament. they will share how their faith shapes their influence. Q&A to follow.

entrance is free. secure parking available.


fri 15 sept, 7pm – life lessons at the top of the tree


cheese, wine and a conversation with Lloyds of London broker Richard Borgonon 

with many successful years of experience in the global financial world, Richard Borgonon has a fine ability to inspire and challenge business leaders to reach their potential. he is a much sought-after speaker and has great skill in sharing principles gleaned from both scripture and the market place. tickets R100 in advance only from

secure parking available.


wed to fri: see(k)ing exhibition: paint, print and photography


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