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Delicious feature on Business Behind the Arts

Posted by radio On October - 24 - 2013

CNBC AFRICA, will re-broadcast its monthly business and lifestyle show ‘Business behind the Arts’. The hour-long show highlights this year’s international food and music festival – ‘Delicious’ and will air on Saturday, 26 October at 8am CAT with a repeat on Sunday, 27 October at 11am CAT. The show is sponsored by the South African Department of Arts and Culture.

Delicious is a music festival for food lovers or a food festival for music lovers, set on the rolling green lawns of Blue Hills Equestrian Estate in Kyalami. Jamiroquai entertained festival goers and was supported by some of South Africa’s best entertainment – Lira, Prime Circle, Danny K, Mi Casa, Khuli Chana, BlackByrd and Household Funk.

‘Business behind the Arts’ also takes a look at Ghana Fashion and design week, the contemporary international platform envisioned to direct, lead and promote both emerging and established designers to a global audience.

Don’t miss ‘Business behind the Arts’ on Saturday, 26 October at 8am CAT with repeats on Sunday, 27 October at 11am CAT, only on CNBC Africa, channel 410!

 

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