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Anathi Ticket Applications are OPEN

Posted by on 9th December 2019

Over the years since our main annual AfrikaBurn event began, our team and community have often discussed and considered the quandary of how an experience held in a remote location that requires resources to be part of, and holds radical …More »

Afroboratory Poster 2020

Posted by on 3rd December 2019

Every year since 2007, our main annual event’s theme has gone on to inform the design of our event guide and poster – and each year, a volunteer designer from our community has considered the theme, and produced artwork that’s …More »

Tankwa Town has found a new home!

Posted by on 16th October 2019

We’ve got a big announcement to make folks – Tankwa Town has a new home! Next year at our 2020 main annual event we’ll bid farewell to our beloved Stoney – and in 2021 Tankwa Town will rise from the …More »

Annual General Meeting 2019

Posted by on 11th October 2019

Our Annual General Meeting is held in October each year – and this year, it will be held on Saturday October 26th, from 9am to 4pm. It’s when all Members, Directors and interested community participants review the financial statements and …More »

Streetopia Jozi Updates!

Posted by on 9th October 2019

In 2015, a little idea to fill the streets of urban areas with the vibe and creativity of Tankwa Town took flight, as Streetopia in Observatory, Cape Town. Five years later, our Obs event – which is in essence a …More »

Lakes of Fire Exchange 2019

Posted by on 5th September 2019

Words & photos: Jonx Pillemer   I must admit at the outset, that while I knew there was a ‘Burner Exchange’ programme between the Great Lakes regional burn (Lakes of Fire) and AfrikaBurn, the South African regional burn, I have …More »

Temple 2020 Callout

Posted by on 7th August 2019

The Temple has developed as a part of AfrikaBurn’s physical and emotional landscape as a space of contemplation and reflection. The temple is intended as an area of sanctuary, a site of calm on the edge of the chaos and …More »

Streetopia Jozi is Coming!

Posted by on 26th July 2019

Streetopia, in Jozi? It’s true! Thanks to the efforts of artists, community members and volunteers in the Gauteng region that have stepped up to assist our team in organising an event in their area, Streetopia Jozi will be hosted in …More »

Pedals For Peace Rolls On With Bike Donations

Posted by on 19th July 2019

Every year at our main annual event, the Pedals For Peace team provide a community service to burners who need a bike. The basis of the bike project is that anyone is able to buy a bike from them, with …More »

MOOP Map 2019

Posted by on 11th July 2019

                                                       (words: Marcos MOOP Bagz / photos: as per credit on hover)   The MOOP map is finally here in all its glory! But first… What is Leave No Tace (LNT)? (LNT) Leave No Trace is one of the …More »

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