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
• Freedom Park
• National Museum
• KwaZulu-Natal Museum
Nominated candidates should possess a broad understanding and experience in the field of heritage; managerial; financial expertise; legal; marketing and liaison; fundraising; education and cultural/social research; corporate governance, as well as a willingness to render community service. The remuneration of the appointed nominees is in line with the remuneration scheme of the National Treasury guidelines as prescribed in the Cultural Institutions Act as amended.
In accordance with section 6(1) of the National Library of South Africa Act, 1998 (Act No. 92 of 1998) (the Act), the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture is reconstituting the Board of the National Library of South Africa (NLSA), a public entity and associated institution of the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (DSAC), for the term 1 October 2021 to 30 September 2024. The Board is reconstituted every three years.
The Minister calls for the nomination of suitable candidates to be considered for appointment to the Board of the NLSA. A chairperson and six to eight members will be appointed in their personal capacities to serve on a part-time basis. (Please note: This is not an advertisement for a post). Remuneration of Board members is in line with the remuneration scheme guidelines of the National Treasury.
Erratum on tender DSAC 07/20-21
Appointment of the service provider to procure and install the furniture, visual art, library and it equipment at the Oliver Reginald Tambo garden of remembrance.
Erratum DSAC 07/20-21
Bidders to note change on the Preference point system from 90/10 to 80/20
The closing date for this tender has been extended from the 09/04/2021 to 23/04/2021 at 11h00 AM
The Time Frame from is extended from
2 months to 12 months
Link Erratum: http://bit.ly/ErratumDSAC072021
Link Tender: http://bit.ly/TenderDSAC072021
Enquires: Ms T Malao
Tel: 082 680 6688
Mr T Thubisi
Tel: 012- 441 3504
Ms R Zulu
Tel: 012- 441 3028
Ladies and Gentlemen it is a year since His Excellency, the President of the Republic of South Africa, Honourable Ramaphosa announced that the country would be placed under lockdown in an effort to contain the spread of the Corona Virus and to flatten the curve.
The lockdown restrictions have devastated all sectors of our society. Unfortunately, sport has not been spared. We witnessed the closure of all sport activities and competitions negatively impacting on athletes, technical support personnel as well as the broader sporting community and organizations.
Working with the South African Sport Confederations and Olympic Committee and the National Federations Government instituted Relief Interventions to assist sport persons to cushion the impact of the pandemic and save livelihoods. Government is indeed humbled by the words and messages of appreciation expressed by sportspersons in appreciation of these efforts.
The Virtual Briefing session will be on the 26 March 2021 at 09:00am
Ms Teams briefing session Link: http://bit.ly/DSAC082021VirtualBriefingSession
This advert is to request all unemployed South Africans who hold Heritage related qualifications to enlist their names on the National Department of Sport, Arts and Culture’s database. This include those who have majored in courses listed below among others.
The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture invites applications for bursaries from universities for students who wish to pursue studies in heritage related programmes.
- South African citizenship
- Outstanding / satisfactory academic performance (academic progress report if already at an institution)
- Field of study (heritage related)
- Financially needy
Fields of study
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 Performing Arts Institution (PAI) the Market Theatre Foundation.
- Market Theatre Foundation
Nominated candidates should possess a broad understanding and experience in the field of performing arts; arts, culture and heritage (ACT); managerial, financial, legal expertise; marketing and liaison; fundraising; education and cultural/social research; 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.