Dit sal die dag wees

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Dit sal die dag wees is an Afrikaans play by Themba Ndimande ()

Not to be confused with the play Dit sal die blêrrie dag wies! ("That will be the bloody day!") by Melvin Whitebooi

The original text

An experimental improvisational work, about three tramps discussing the day-to-day life of South Africans, touching comically on issues such as poverty, the hard life on the streets, and health problems (e.g. Aids).

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

2001: Performed in the Theatre Rendezvous at the State Theatre, Pretoria, on 27-29 September by the Mamelodi Ubuntu Theatre Organisation. Directed by Calvin Ngcaku with musical direction by Vusi Banyani and stage management and lighting by Sonnyboy Nkambule, the cast consisted of Themba Ndimande, Calvin Ngcaku and Vusi Banyani.

2001: Performed at the Staatsteater in the Theatre Renezvous 27-29 September.


Aardklop festival programme, 2001

Rekord Moot, 28 September, 2001.

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