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The Artisan, Volume 9

CEO foreword, The Artisan

CEO foreword, The Artisan

This edition of The Artisan comes at an interesting time, as we have just celebrated Women’s Month and Heritage Day.

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Preserving heritage through the language of the soul

Preserving heritage through the language of the soul

If music is the language of the soul, it might just be true that contributing to development through music is the soul’s expression. Music in South Africa, during our painful past and within our hopeful yet challenging present, is and has always been a constant salve for our wounds and call to action towards building a better future.

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Zikulise enriches community

Zikulise enriches community

By now, most of us are probably aware of the old saying that goes: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” In essence, this adage highlights the importance and long-term viability of knowledge and skills sharing, and at its very core speaks to development and growth.

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Women lead NAC into the future

Women lead NAC into the future

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton once said that “women are the largest untapped reservoir of talent in the world”. This, of course, is no understatement considering how women in all fields and spheres of politics and economics, have shaped the world and contributed to our betterment, growth and overall wellbeing.

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Passionate CFO Steers NAC To Third Consecutive Clean Audit

Passionate CFO Steers NAC To Third Consecutive Clean Audit

The National Arts Council (NAC) has received its third consecutive clean audit, for its financial year ended 31 March 2017. This milestone in the NAC’s growth trajectory was achieved through the diligence and innovativeness of the NAC’s finance team, spearheaded by its passionate chief financial officer, Dumisani Dlamini.

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