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Bunnies in the Burbs is a conscious platform to advance African Narratives, create dialogue and conversation spaces using the JT Comms African Resource Centre hub, the Africans for Africa and other existing networks.

The big idea is to create a melting pot of cultures which affords opportunities and creates platforms to experience diversity in a quaint venue. Our multi-purposed venue is based in the leafy suburb of Craighall Park.

We have created networking opportunities in a number of creative platforms which include:-

  • Cooking classes featuring the foods of Africa
  • Culture, cuisine and conversation networking sessions
  • Networking business and social events
  • Workshop and conferencing experiences

We create unique events and functions that allows the platform to share narrative We provide quality comfort cuisine for families, dinner party’s events, office catering and more.

Our meals are cooked fresh fusing traditional, authentic, Indian recipes passed down from generations with a twist and cooked to a high standard using fresh locally sourced ingredients.


Our state-of-the-art African Media Resource Centre features a press conference area, an interview room and a wireless network for instant story filing and Social Media posts, all within an easily accessible space with ample off-street parking. Based in the leafy suburb of Craighall (JHB), our venue boasts suitably Afrocentric decor and an inviting garden.


Destined to be the freshest platform for positive economic growth and social cohesion that embraces the Pan African perspective and realities of an evolving continent. Attracting influencers in all spheres of business and society as well as thought-leaders who will complement the trailblazing initiatives that JT Comms is now diffusing through Live Social Media and face-to-face "#AfricanNarratives" interactions.

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JT Comms is passionate about Positioning and Fixing your product and service offering to create a 360 communication solution, using Digital disruption to transform markets and drive change.

Our Work



JT Comms has been entrusted with the work of new and re-imagined brands, and will once again lend their communication expertise - as a specialist publicist and media expert in the field of Concept Content, Art & Culture development.

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Mapungubwe Arts Festival – 5 – 13 Dec 2014 World Social Forum on Migrations – WSFM2014 Conference in SA – African Diaspora Forum Dec 2014 Fred Wesley Quartet – Cape Town Jazz Orchestra – Nov 2014 AU Talks Ebola – African Democratic Institute – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Nov 2014 Cultural and Creative Industries Federation of SA (CCIFSA) Consultative Conference – Nov 2014 Miss Soweto Semi-Finals @ Uncle Toms – Nov 2014 Backing Vocals and Session Musicians Awards Launch (BVSM Awards) – Oct 2014 Unleashed Women Conference – Oct 2014 Tribute Concert 2014 – Moretele Park Tribute Concert PACOFS – 2014 – Artist Imbizo Education Africa – South African Model UN (SAMUN) Debates 2014 Nubia Soul (aka El Nathan) 2014 Pro-Helvetia /Goethe Institute – Hate Radio 2014. Music Exchange 2014/2013 Temple of Phantsula - Skeleton Pantsula 2013 Luanga Choba – Luanga Who CD launch 2013

Tswane School of Music Milla Communications – Reggae, Roots and Culture – Maboneng Precinct Shakti 2013 Silhouette Clinic 2013 International Marimba Steelpan Festival – Education Africa - 2012/2013/2014 Wawela Music Awards 2013 (Inaugural) SAMRO Hubert van der Spuy National Music Competition – September 2012 DanceWeb launch of DWS – Sept 2012 DanceWeb – Craig Bullock –Sept 2012 Jazz by the River (T.Musicman) – Sept 2012 Tumi Tladi – September 2012

Drama for Life 2012. Moshito 2012. Africa Culture and Development Centre – August 2012 (ACDC) – Films Clubs Project Sibongile Khumalo 20 Year nationwide celebration – June 2012 SAMRO Bursary awarding of 13 Million – June 2012 SAMRO Foundation Annual Overseas Scholarship - August 2012 DALRO Licenses Andrew Lloyd Webber – May 2012 Phiway Mbuyazi May 2012 Wits Arts and Literature Festival May 2012 Inaugural Khabi Mngoma Inaugural Lecture May 2012 (part of WALE) Sibongile Khumalo celebrates two decades of music – April 2012 Sfiso Khanyile – Music is Everywhere – February 2012 Arts Alive 2012 Drama for Life - Sept 2011 National Marimba Festival - June 2011 Wits Arts and Literature Festival - May 2011 Maapsa – May 2011 Arts Alive – 2011

Bush Fire Symposium 2013 TED Global Auditions - August 2012 Africans for Africa 2011 Moh Diof (Senegal) African Synergy – Omar Pene showcase into Southern Africa June 2007 – Kippies International Jazz Club


Kenyan Conference - REPSSI Emthojeni/Africans for Africa – Festival au Desert 2013 Limpopo Youth Orchestra –August 2012 Gauteng Big Band Jazz Festival - August 2012 RETOSA African Conference 2010 Mbay Music Festival June 2012 MACfest / Mpumalanga 2007 Mapungubwe December – 2006 / 2007 Sejacufe Jazz Festival – 3rd March 2007 MACfest / Mpumalanga 2006 Mpumalanga Provincial Government Botšhabelo Heritage and Greening Flagship programme and Symposium – Feb 2008 Mpumalanga


Imexsa – Womex 2013. Festival au Desert – SA Tour.

Festival au Desert and the Africans for Africa Network launch – Paris/Womex 2013. Imexa/Womex /DTI Partnership –April 2012 Ted World Wide Talent search -April 2012 Dave Grusin & Lee Ritenour 2011 MIDEM 2010 – DAC Gateway 2010 International Media Centre Eddie & Gerald Levert – South Africa October 2006 South African Cultural Manifestation to Germany June/July 06 Japanese South African Partnership Cervantino Mexican South African Partnership South African Swedish Partnership


Sacred Heart Born Free Celebration June 2012 (Social Responsibility) Genoa International Poetry Festival – Mak Manaka May 2012 (Social Responsibility) Wouter Kellerman at the Attenbury Theatre May 2012 (Social responsibility) Gito Baloyi Beyond… Hemisha Bhana – Hemisha Bhana Photography Desert Rose – 1st Jhb Concert – Nov 2014