It’s the last weekend before the country is graced with the ever-patriotic Braai Day. So here are five things to do this weekend before the Heritage Day celebrations start.

Watch: The Rugby World Cup


Yes, it’s that time again, when South Africans gather around television sets to support the Bokke. Twenty teams will compete for six weeks to see who takes home the prestigious William Webb Ellis cup.

Opening: Friday, 18 September
Date: 18 September – 1 November

For more information:
Visit the official Rugby World Cup website.

Cape Town: SA Health and Fitness Expo


The SA Health and Fitness Expo gives consumers and companies the chance to view the latest innovations and meet the industry players in the fields of health, fitness, well and sport. There will also be live tournaments as well as a Mr & Ms Fitness SA showcase.

Date: 18 – 20 September

For more information:
Visit the CTICC  website, here.

Durban: The last Mystery Ghost Bus tour


Take a drive through the spookier side of Durban with a guided ghost tour. According to the Facebook page tonight’s is the last ghost tour of Durban.
Date: Friday, 18 September
For more information:
Check out the Mystery Ghost Bus Facebook page, here.

Johannesburg: Jo’burg Record Fair 2015


This Sunday the lovers, collectors and casual listeners of vinyl are invited to visit the Jo’burg Record Fair at the Marks Park Sports Club in Emmarentia. The first of its kind, the fair will also host live music and there will be food stalls.
Date: 20 September 2015
For more information:
Visit the website, here or check out the Facebook page for updates.

Johannesburg: WendyWood food market


Started this year, the WendyWood food market brings your a distinctly African vibe with food and craft.
Date: Fridays from 16:00 to 21:00, Saturdays from 09:30 to 18:00
For more information:
Check out Quicket, here for tickets and info or visit the WendyWood market Facebook page, here.