Jazz Sundays at Sanctuary Mandela

Join us every Sunday between 12pm and 3pm for Jazz Sundays



Jazz Sundays at Sanctuary Mandela

Join us every Sunday at Sanctuary Mandela between 12pm and 3pm for Jazz Sundays.

Choose your ticket option for the show only (R300 per person) or a ticket including a delicious 3-course meal (R600 per person) featuring a delicious menu inspired by Madiba's favourite dishes. Both tickets include a complimentary glass of bubbles and for guests taking ticket only tickets, meal options will be available to purchase on the day.

Tickets are limited and sell out fast, so book your tickets now by contacting us on +27 (10) 035 0368.



  • Great Food

    Insights restaurant offers guests a place to enjoy and share delicious meals with friends and family, just like Madiba loved to. In memory of his love for food, our restaurant serves as a tribute to his favourite dishes.

  • Great Music

    Our jazz musicians change weekly but one thing we are certain of is that each week our guests will be exposed to great music. Keep an eye on our schedule below for upcoming show details.

  • Great Company

    Sundays are traditionally a day to spent with loved ones. Whether you bring your best friends or close family, you are sure to have a great time enjoying great music and great food together.

  • Delicious Cuisine

    The menu, carefully crafted by Xoliswa Ndoyiya, offers a choice of delicious contemporary cuisine inspired by Madiba's favourite dishes.



Celebrating Women this August at Sanctuary Mandela

This women's month we will be celebrating women showcasing some of South Africa's most talented female musicians .

7th August 2022

Zarcia Zacheus
Zarcia Zacheus is a singer and songwriter from Johannesburg, South Africa.

Zarcia Zacheus is a singer and songwriter from Johannesburg, South Africa. She graduated from Wits University majoring both in performance and composition. Zarcia’s charisma, charm and chilled demeanour on stage make her a well rounded performer. Her blend of gospel, jazz and African elements is soulful, fresh and makes her performances quite an experience.
Zarcia believes that music has the power to transport us to another time and place. She loves to harness that power with a broad audience of fellow music lovers and passionate musicians alike. Ever since a young age, Zarcia has found great joy and satisfaction by being involved in the creative music process.

14th August 2022

AusTebza, the Bass Boss Lady

Tebogo Sedumedi, widely & affectionately known as AusTebza, is a recording and an award-winning Bass Player, Singer, Songwriter and Mentor. Her awesome musicianship has been showcases in her workings with established Artists that include Simphiwe Dana, the late HHP, Porverb, Maxhoba, Buhlebendalo of The Soil, Neo Muyanga, Grammy Award winning Wouter Kellerman and many more. AusTebza is a ground-breaking black female Bassist having been part of the SAMAs’ house band for 3 years as well as the ChannelO house band Bassist. The RESPECT SHOW, a television production show that aired on SABC 1 & 2, had never had a black female Basis tuntil AusTebza showed up.
Her profound gift of music and song, as well as her2 recorded released offerings, have placed AusTebza in front of vast audiences both Nationally and Internationally, including countries such as USA, Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Australia to name a few. Through Workshops and mentoring, AusTebza passionately shares her experience withdeveloping Creatives.

21st August 2022

Lindi Ngonelo Trio
Lindi Ngonelo (Piano)
Thabang Ledwaba (Bass)
Thulani Dludlu (Drums)
Lindi Ngonelo is a pianist who is currently a music teacher at the East Rand School of the Arts
situated in Benoni. She was a music lecturer at the University of Kwazulu-Natal between 2012 and 2013. She is also a composer, arranger, performer, session pianist and occasionally works as a music director for different artists, and is currently the keyboard player for Buhlebendalo Mda. Ngonelo holds an Advanced Diploma in Music from the University of Kwazulu Natal as well as a Bachelor of Music (Hons) from the University of Pretoria. Her performance background spans through a variety of genres of music including jazz, afro pop, gospel, funk and hip hop. For eight years Lindi was part of the Durban based all - female outfit Heels Over Head before relocating to Gauteng in 2013. This band was nominated for a South African Music Award in 2011 alongside the likes of Jonathan Butler. 
Ngonelo heads up her own quintet in which she displays her keen and avid love for composing and arranging. She utilises the platforms on which she performs to display her musical flair and passion with the audience. She is also the recipient of the KZN Young Achievers Award 2019 in the Music Instrument category.

28th August 2022

Phuti Sepuru
“I view my instrument and music as a medium to express the self: my story, thoughts and lived experiences”

Phuti Sepuru completed her Bachelor, Master and Doctor of Music degrees at the University of Pretoria. She is a Lecturer and jazz vocal accompanist at the University of Pretoria serves as a board member for the South African Association of Jazz Education.
In 2015 she was selected as the pianist for the esteemed Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band. She continues to perform both locally and internationally with various artists, as a leader of the Phuti Sepuru Quintet, and as part of the Nelson Mandela: Song Lives On heritage project.