- Football veteran and style icon, David Beckham, spent time in Johannesburg recently, for the South African Haig Club House Party
- Beckham and British entrepreneur, David Fuller, brought their new Haig Club whisky to the ‘jol’ and celebrated Nataal magazine, a publication dedicated to contemporary arts in Africa
- The finest in Joburg’s art, film and music scenes joined for the party, including names like Manthe Ribane, David Tlale and many more
Mzansi was pleased to see that football legend and international style icon, David Beckham, spent the weekend in Johannesburg, partying up a storm with artists, musicians and fashion designers from across the African continent.
Beckham was in town for the South African Haig Club House Party, which celebrated Beckham and British entrepreneur David Fuller’s brand new upmarket whisky, as well as a new edition of Nataal magazine.
According to Good Things Guy, Nataal magazine is a publication dedicated to celebrating African music, art and fashion, showcasing the best of the continent in these scenes.
The event itself boasted an impressive line-up of African acts, such as Nairobi-based Blinky Bill and Congolese superstar Tresor.
Local South African musicians and artists also brought their shine to the party, with the likes of Manthe Ribane, K$, Muzi, DBN Gogo and Kenzhero hitting the stage.
Briefly.co.za gleaned that Beckham was thrilled to be experiencing all the vibrancy and colour that Johannesburg has to offer.
“It’s great to be back in Johannesburg, and it’s a pleasure to be here celebrating the city’s arts and cultural scene with Haig Club and Nataal. Tonight, we’ve seen some incredible talent who are making their own rules, and it’s exciting to see everyone enjoying our whisky,” Beckham gushed.
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