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Strong African showing at SACO Conference

The African experience of growing, maintaining and developing a strong creative economy will be a main focal point at the SACO Conference in May. The conference coincides with Africa Day celebrations on May 25. “There is no doubt creativity and human ingenuity is going to drive the fourth industrial revolution. As a young continent – […]

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Bold changes ahead for ACT

The Arts & Culture Trust’s next five-year strategy will see the organisation making bold changes. South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency has played a strategic role in the development of arts and culture in South Africa since its establishment in 1994. Over the past 23 years, ACT has been growing […]

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Lukhanyo Moyake in the running for Singer of the World

Cape Town Opera soloist Lukhanyo Moyake joins 19 of the world’s finest young classical singers in competing for the title of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2017. Established in 1983 by BBC Wales, BBC Cardiff Singer of the World was devised to identify the classical singing stars of the future, and the ambition is […]

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SA cultural governance in global spotlight

Top international researchers will be in Johannesburg next week to conduct a series of workshops and talks with local cultural practitioners. Researchers; Professor Ian King from the University of the Arts, London and Professor Annick Schramme; from the University of Antwerp; will be in Johannesburg next week to conduct a series of workshops and talks […]

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