Thank you for calling Gearhouse, your Leading Technical Supplier to the Live Event Industry.
Please note that our offices are closed in compliance with the Lockdown Level 4 imposed by Government,
which is effective from the 1st of May 2020 in our efforts to continue the combat against the COVID-19 Virus pandemic,
subject to any further communication from Government.
We encourage all South Africans to stay safe and endeavour during this time to play your part.
In case of emergency or for further information please call:
• For the Johannesburg office: Mr Charl Smith on 082 607 6639,or Monique Ross on 083 607 1234,
• For the Cape Town office: Mr Joey Razak on 082 372 2444, or Gerry Coughlan on 083 607 3861,
• For the Durban office: Mr Ashley Singh on 083 607 3018, or Kavitha Dhawnath on 083 607 2006
We encourage that you visit the Department of Health’s information page to stay informed and updated:
We thank you for your support.
South African based rental companies, Prosound and Gearhouse Splitbeam (Pty) Ltd have successfully worked together on many major international and local touring productions where Splitbeam has skilfully managed the specialist lighting and Prosound the specialist audio. Splitbeam’s primary focus is on lighting for theatre productions and its services have quickly gained traction in the theatre rental market since the company’s launch in February 2010.Nov 27, 2013 Read More
Gearhouse SA has made a substantial investment in new Martin and Robe moving lights in recent months, with the purchase of 72 x Martin MAC Vipers and 150 fixtures from Robe’s ROBIN series including Pointes, DLX, DLS and DLF and LEDWash 600s.
Nov 27, 2013 Read More
Three of Gearhouse’s first year students, who are currently enrolled at the Kentse Mpahlwa Gearhouse Academy in Cape Town, recently worked on the Johannesburg leg of the RMB Starlight Classics (Sept 2013), after they impressed JAM Events production managers, Sam McGrath and Joanne Jaques with their hard work and skills at the Cape Town event held in March 2013.Nov 27, 2013 Read More
Every year thousands of predominantly Afrikaans speaking South Africans embark on a two hour drive from Johannesburg to Sun City’s Superbowl to attend Huisgenoot Skouspel. This year was no different as fans either stayed at Sun City for the weekend, or commuted on the day, to see their favourite performers on one stage during October 2013.Nov 27, 2013 Read More
Workshop Technician, Mfanafuti Njokweni, fondly known as Fofo by the Splitbeam team, was born and raised in Chiawelo, Soweto and schooled at Reasoma High School in Protea. Despite having achieved a bursary from the Department of Education to study further, he could not raise enough funds to cover the remainder of the fee for the course in Audio Engineering he had set his heart on. So, at the suggestion of a friend, he approached the South African Roadies Association (SARA) in 2004 to take his interest in Audio further.Nov 27, 2013 Read More
On 28 June 2013, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) celebrated a decade of success. To commemorate this significant milestone, the centre hosted several events, which included a stakeholder event, a public concert, an Open Day and a series of social legacy projects.Nov 27, 2013 Read More
The One Young World (OYW) Summit brings together 1,500 young thought leaders from around the world to work together towards inspiring and leading change. 2013 saw the event taking place in Africa for the first time, with the technical support of the Gearhouse Group of Companies in Johannesburg.Nov 27, 2013 Read More