Arts and Culture Minister, Paul Mashatile, Africa and those in the Diaspora congratulate Lupita Nyong’o for winning the prestigious awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in the movie, 12 Years a Slave, at the 86th Academy Awards (Oscars).
Arts and Culture Minister, Paul Mashatile, calls upon South Africans to speak, preserve and promote their mother languages.
It is with a deep sense of shock and sadness that we learned of the passing of Prof Mbulelo Vizikhungo Mzamane yesterday.
The Department of Arts and Culture received the news of the passing on of Ms Retha Cilliers, CEO of the Filed Band Foundation (FBF), with great sadness.
It is with a deep sense of shock and sadness that we learned of the passing of Ngaka Julius Mpubane Rakgetse on the 28th March 2014. The traditional, cultural and indigenous knowledge communities have been robbed of an innovative healer and philanthropist whose gift of healing has touched many lives.
Arts and Culture Minister, Mr Paul Mashatile, will deliver a keynote address during the Sod turning of the Garden of Remembrance and the new Sol Plaatje Hall at the War Museum on Friday, 07 February 2014 in Bloemfontein.
The day of Lesego Motsepe’s passing is one of those days one never wished to come. The news of the passing of Lesego has rocked the South African creative and cultural industries and we are still in shock.
The arts fraternity in South Africa received with shock and sadness the news of the passing of legendary poet, playwright, novelist, essayist and activist, Amiri Baraka, last Thursday.
Arts and Culture Minister, Mr. Paul Mashatile congratulates Nobel Laureate Nadine Gordimer on her 90th Birthday. A political activist, Gordimer championed the disenfranchised in her novels.
Minister of Arts and Culture, Paul Mashatile is proud to announce details of a documentary feature film which has uncovered new information on Nelson Mandela's journey through Africa, with a Makarov pistol, given to him by Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie in 1962.