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Ms Rosemary Mangope

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Ms Connie Thabede

Personal Assistant

Ms Mary-Anne Makgoka

Board Secretary

Ms Michelle Bonini

Organisational Effectiveness Coordinator

Ms Karen Son

Chief Financial Officer

Ms Moleboheng Rapuleng

Personal Assistant to the CFO

Mr Dakalo Mandiwana

Finance Manager

Ms Matshidiso Matsebe

Finance Officer

Mr Bob Molefe

Finance officer

Mr Terence Manzini

Supply Chain Officer

Ms Julie Diphofa

Arts Development Manager

Ms Hlami Nukeri

Arts accountant

Ms Janet Molekwa

Marketing and Communications Specialist

Mr Itumeleng Sikhosana

IT Manager

Ms Zandile Mxoli

Human Resources Officer

Mr Tota Matsipa

HR Manager

Mr Thabiso Selai

HR Manager

Ms Nazlie Walters

Personal Assistant to the Arts Development Manager

Ms Simangele Chauke

Arts Development Officer (Craft)

Ms Charmaine Morareng

Arts Development Officer (Dance & Choreography)

Mr Andrew Nkadimeng

Arts Development Officer (Literature)

Ms Lindi Ngcobo

Arts Development Officer (Music)

Mr Peter Tshabalala

Arts Development Officer (Theatre)

Ms Puleng Lesala

Arts Development Officer (Visual Arts)

Mr Zinzi Ramatseba

Arts Development Officer (Multi - Discipline)

Mr Thato Monamodi

Arts Development Officer (Company Funding)

Ms Thando Ndlovu

Communications and Marketing Assistant

Esona Zandile

Receptionist

Ms Setty Mdluli

Administrative Assistant

Ms Sibongile Anadebe

Administrative Assistant

Ms Pauline Madimabe

General Office Assistant

Ms Ntomboxolo Balani

General Office Assistant

Ms Zodwa Gabuza

Office assistant

Mr Bongani Phiri

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News Item Turbine Art Fair to be Powered by Exciting Headline Sponsor
Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), a division of FirstRand Bank Limited, has partnered Turbine Art Fair as the headline sponsor. May 21, 2018
News Item Call For Applications For Funding 2018: Arts Projects And International Bursaries
The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing sector and following a strategic realignment process, the NAC is proud to announce its strategic move from a discipline-based approach to and introduce a programmatic approach to funding which will see funding allocation to beneficiaries located within specified programmes instead of individual disciplines. May 14, 2018
News Item Invitation for artists to participate in the International Symposium on Electronic Arts (ISEA): 23 - 30 June 2018
The NAC has partnered with the International Symposium in Electronic Arts (ISEA), which will be hosted by South Africa for the first time on the African continent. ISEA International is a non-profit organization, constituted in the Netherlands. May 14, 2018
News Item Call For Nominations For The NAC Advisory Panel Members To Serve From 1 July 2018 To 30 June 2021
The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing sector and following a strategic realignment process, the NAC is proud to announce its strategic move from a discipline-based approach to and introduce a programmatic approach to funding which will see funding allocation to beneficiaries located within specified programmes instead of individual disciplines. May 11, 2018