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Current funding process

Our current time plan indicates that we are planning to conclude the funding process by 31 October 2018.

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Appointment of Interim CEO

The Board of the National Arts Council of SA, has advised the Minister of Arts & Culture, Nathi Mthethwa of their decision to appoint current board member, Zolani Mkiva as the Interim Chief Executive Officer, effective 25 September 2018.

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National Arts Council Chairperson Severely Assaulted In Racially Motivated Incident In Hartbeespoort

National Arts Council Chairperson and prominent lawyer, Hartley Sandy Ngoato was severely assaulted and verbally abused by white Hartbeespoort residents in what a witness describes as a racially motivated incident at the Oewer Klub Resort on the shores of the Hartbeespoort Dam in the North West Province of South Africa.

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The National Arts Council Welcomes A New Dawn

Johannesburg, 16 August 2018 - The National Arts Council (NAC) launched its new strategic approach to funding today at an inspiring event held at Constitution Hill. The event was attended by arts stakeholders, influencers and various thought leaders.

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Fallen musician icons

Fallen musician icons

It is with deep sadness that we inform you about the passing of Mr George Stevens and the iconic singer Ms Aretha Franklin.

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We mourn the passing of an African hip-hop star

We mourn the passing of an African hip-hop star

It is with great sadness to inform you about the passing of an African hip-hop star Linda Mkhize, who was well known as ProKid. He has been described as an extraordinary rap artist who used his music to document South Africa's township culture.

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Passing of the internationally acclaimed trumpeter and jazz musician

Passing of the internationally acclaimed trumpeter and jazz musician

It is with great sadness to inform you about the passing of the internationally acclaimed trumpeter and jazz musician, Dr Brian Thusi.

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Mzansi mourns the passing of the Iconic theatre great, Winston Ntshona

Mzansi mourns the passing of the Iconic theatre great, Winston Ntshona

It is with great sadness to mourn the passing of the iconic theatre great, playwright, actor and anti-apartheid activist, Winston Ntshona.

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Conclusion of Forensic Investigation

The forensic investigation conducted by Gobodo Forensic and Investigative Accounting into allegations made against the Chief Executive Officer of the NAC has been concluded.

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Today we mourn the passing of the legendary musician Ali Katt

Dear Colleagues, Today we mourn the passing of the legendary musician Ali Katt, famously known for his hit song ‘Let the good times roll’.

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Invitation for bid: Lift Supply and Maintenance (NAC 02-2018/19)

Appointment a service provider for the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of a new lift and disposal of the old lift for the National Arts Council on the 80/20 PPPFA.

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Invitation for bid: NAC Internal Audit Services (NAC 01-2018/19)

Appointment of a service provider to provide Internal Audit Services to the National Arts Council for a period of three (3) years on the 80/20 PPPFA.

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Call For Nominations For The NAC Advisory Panel Members To Serve From 1 August 2018 To 31 July 2021

The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing sector. To this end a strategic realignment process was held.

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New deadline Call for Funding 2018: Arts Projects

Due to the fact that the NAC migrated to Online Applications, it is prudent to extend the new deadline Call for Funding 2018: Arts Projects And International Bursaries to 31 July 2018.

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The NAC and the DAC today signed the Shareholder’s Compact

The signing of the shareholder compact is a commitment to ensure that there is alignment of plans between the DAC and its institutions and to ensure that all mandates are fulfilled.

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NAC introduces new programmes

The National Arts Council finds itself at a critical juncture in reinventing itself to remain relevant in an ever-changing art, culture and heritage sector. The NAC has remained committed to supporting the objectives of the Department of Arts and Culture.

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Turbine Art Fair to be Powered by Exciting Headline Sponsor

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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