The South African Library for the Blind is a Schedule 3A public entity and established in terms of The South African Library for the Blind Act 91 of 1998 to provide national library and information service to serve the blind and print-handicapped readers in South Africa.
The Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Mr Nathi Mthethwa hereby invites nominations for suitable candidates to serve as Board Members of the South African Library for the Blind in accordance to Section 6(1) of the South African Library for the Blind Act 91 of 1998.
In terms of the Cultural Institutions Act, 1998 (Act 119 of 1998), the Minister of Sports, 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 for Nelson Mandela Museum.
Nominated candidates should possess a broad understanding and experience in the field of heritage, broad managerial and financial expertise, legal knowledge and knowledge of marketing and liaison, fundraising, education and cultural/social research, 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.
Anyone wishing to nominate persons to serve as members of Council of the Nelson Mandela Museum should submit the following:
27-31 MAY 2019
Based on the 2019 theme of “Celebrating 25 years of Democracy: Building a Better Africa and a Better World”, this year’s Africa Month colloquium Programme focus is on literary luminaries who have fought against racism in the world and whose writings have forged a language of liberation and a culture of freedom. These discussants focus on “Celebrating Legends in the African Literary World”, “Raising the Flag for African languages and African literatures” as well as “African Solidarity for Africa’s people”
POETRY, POLICS AND TELLING AFRICA’S STORY IN THE WORLD
Date: 27 May 2019
Venue: Luthuli Museum, KwaDukuza, KwaZulu-Natal
Nature of Event: Workshop and discussion with youth
By Malibongwe Tyilo : DailyMaverick
Durban in KZN and Port Saint Jones In The Eastern Cape have been affected by flooding on an unprecedented scale. Homes were completely washed away by mud slides and torrential rainfalls. People have lost everything, left destitute, homeless and without food.
The Department of Arts & Culture; in solidarity with artists in South Africa, are helping survivors under the hashtag #AfrikanArtists4Aid, #PeopleHelpingPeople and @SA Investors.
Please help donate Dry foods, tents, kitchen utensils, and blankets.
We are calling on all Department employees to come together and donate!
Drop Off at DAC offices between 10th May to 14th
Cash Deposit to SA investors NPO:
South African Association of Investors
South Africa marks Africa Month 2019 under the theme “Celebrating 25 Years of Democracy: Building a Better Africa and a Better World”. The month is an opportunity to promote African unity, deeper regional integration and recommit Africa to a common destiny.
South Africa plays an active role as an integral part of the African continent. The country’s national interest is intrinsically linked to continental stability, unity and prosperity of Africa.
The Department of Arts and Culture invites all the people in the Republic of South Africa, the rest of the African continent and the African Diaspora as well as international guests to join us in the Africa Month festivities.
WHY AFRICA MONTH:
Celebrating 100 years of service.
- The South African Library for the Blind is a non-profit organisation, which has offered library services to blind and visually impaired people of South Africa since 1919.
- The South African Library for the Blind will commemorate its centenary in 2019.
- Throughout its 100 years of existence the library has stood as a beacon of hope and service excellence.
- A Centenary book about the Library’s 100-year history will be launched on the 28th of March 2019.
- The book launch will be followed by a gala dinner on the 28th of March 2019 in Makhanda Municipality in the Eastern Cape.
- During the National Arts Festival taking place in June/July 2019, the Library will host an arts and crafts exhibition. All works on exhibit will be by blind and visually impaired people.
The Minister of Arts and Culture, Mr. Nathi Mthethwa invites members of the public to submit nominations of candidates to serve on the Council of the South African Heritage Resources Agency for a period 1 August 2019 to 31 July 2022.
Nominated candidates should possess broad knowledge and skills on the Council, inter alia in the fields of Archaeology, Architecture, Amasiko, Financial Management, Law Palaentology, Shipwrecks, Social History, Victims of Conflict and Urban Planning. Candidates must be willing to render community service.
Anyone wishing to nominate a person for a possible appointment to the Council of the South African Heritage Resources Agency should submit the following: