What is happening: Christmas Markets

If you are looking for the perfect Christmas gift, ditch the mall this year and head to one of these festive markets filled with handmade products and unique finds!

Stellenbosch Christmas Market

The beautiful town of Stellenbosch is well known for its food and wine, but the Stellenbosch Christmas market shows just how creative the residents can be. 

Open: 26 November - 6 December 2014
Where: Martinson Street, Unie Park

Transoranje Christmas Market

This annual market put on by the Transoranje School for the Deaf in Pretoria has become the best place to go Christmas shopping for those extra special gifts!

Open: 21 - 30 November 2014
Where: Tshwane Event Centre, Hall L

Rediscover Christmas

If you are looking for the perfect place to find the right Christmas gift, look no further than the Christmas Market at Montecasino, Fourways

Open: 3 -7 December 2014
Where: Montecasino, Fourways

Buzzart 2014

Affordable gifts, Christmas décor, paintings, photography, jewellery, books, music, fashion, ceramics and more! You will be sure to find the perfect gift at this annual Durban event!

Open: Fri 21 November - Sun 11 January
Where: 166 Bulwer Road, Glenwood

Savoy Christmas Market

You don’t want to miss out on this beautiful market in Port Elizabeth! Delicious foods, unique Christmas gifts and live entertainment!

Open: 12 December 2014
Where: Cnr Rochelle Road and Collett Street, Perridgevale

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