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21 Sep 2020

Members of the heritage fraternity and the general public are hereby invited to nominate members for the Council of the National Heritage Council (NHC).  The Council will consist of at least five members, who will be appointed by the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture.  For a person to be appointed as a member of the Council, he or she must have special competence, experience or interest in the field of heritage.

When nominations are submitted, it should be borne in mind that the nominee requires a broad understanding of heritage, broad managerial and financial expertise, legal knowledge and knowledge of marketing and liaison, fundraising, education and cultural/social research, and particular expertise in the field of work of the NHC, as well as a willingness to render community service. The remuneration of the appointed nominees is in line with the remuneration scheme as per the National Treasury guidelines.

21 Sep 2020

In terms of the South African Boxing Act (Act 11 of 2001), the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa invites members of the Boxing fraternity and the general public to nominate persons to serve as members of the Board of Boxing South Africa.

Nominated candidates should possess among other things on their expertise and knowledge of women’s and amateur boxing, media and marketing related matters and development and transformation; managerial, financial, legal expertise; marketing; fundraising; corporate governance, as well as a willingness to render community service. The remuneration of the appointed nominees is in line with the remuneration rates stipulated on the National Treasury guidelines/framework. 

Anyone wishing to nominate persons to serve as members of the Board of Boxing SA of the should submit the following:

01 Sep 2020
Heritage Month is celebrated annually in September.
 
Heritage Month in September and Heritage Day on 24 September in particular is celebrated annually to mark our nation’s diverse culture and heritage. This year the celebrations will take place virtually due to the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.  
 
The 2020 theme for Heritage Month is “Celebrating South Africa’s living human treasures”. The question of living human treasures is very relevant since it is acknowledged that most of what still needs to be excavated, coded and stored is available from the many living archives. The pandemic has exposed many realities in our country such as poverty, inequality, unemployment and gender-based violence (GBV). During Heritage Month we will work to create awareness around GBV, and how we can fight it by inculcating positive societal values. 
 
31 Aug 2020

Disaster Management Act: Measures to prevent and combat the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 in Sport, Arts and Culture: Amendment [Download]

31 Aug 2020

In terms of the Cultural Institutions Act, 1998 (Act 119 of 1998), the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa invites members of the performing arts (Playhouses/Theatres) fraternity and the general public to nominate persons to serve as members of Council of the following Performing Arts Institutions (Cultural Institutions):

31 Aug 2020

In terms of the Cultural Institutions Act, 1998 (Act 119 of 1998), the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa invites members of the heritage fraternity and the general public to nominate persons to serve as members of Council of the following Cultural Institutions

15 Aug 2020

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. It is our intention to promote representivity in the Public Service through the filling of posts and we reserve the right not to fill a position. Persons whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representatively will therefore receive preference. An indication in this regard will expedite the processing of applications.

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