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08 Jul 2020

On 6 July 2020, the amended Directions for Sport, Arts and Culture under the Disaster Management Act No. 57 of 2002 were gazetted.

The published Directions allows sport, arts and cultural events to resume subject to compliance with measures to prevent and combat the spread of COVID–19 by—

(i) allowing non–contact sport to resume training and matches

25 Jun 2020
Deadline: 3 July 2020
 
South African artists are invited to apply for their contemporary artwork to be considered for acquisition by the Art Bank of South Africa (ArtbankSA). The ArtbankSA annually considers acquiring special pieces of art for its own growing collection.
 
12 Jun 2020

Sport, Art Culture Directions OPENING OF SPORT (Contact and Non - Contact) Gazette

Submit your Covid-19 Level 3 Sport Plans HERE

Covid-19 Level 3 Sport Plans application form guideline

 

24 May 2020
 
To close off Africa Month celebrations, Department of Sport, Arts and Culture, in association with Brand South Africa and Constitution Hill, are proud to present the Play Your Part Africa Live Stream Concert featuring South Africa’s songstress supreme Thandiswa Mazwai on the 30th of May 2020.
06 May 2020

BID NUMBER: SCM COVID19 9/4/2020

Title: The Appointment of the companies to provide the different services to the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture for a period of Three (03) Months.

 

1. THE LIVE STREAMING SERVICES

AWARDED TO: PIXEL ENTROPY

AMOUNT R 488 750 (VAT INCLUSIVE)

BBBEE LEVEL: 1

 

2. LOGISTICS AND EVENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

AWARDED TO: ROADSHOW MARKETING SERVICES

AMOUNT: R 824 300.00 (VAT INCLUSIVE)

BBBEE LEVEL: 1

 

3. THE TV PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

AWARDED TO: VWV (PTY) LTD

AMOUNT R 1 983 113.00 (VAT INCLUSIVE)

BBBEE LEVEL: 1

 

21 Apr 2020

Directions issued in terms of Regulation 10(8) of the Regulations made under Section 27(2) of the Disaster Management Act, 2002 (Act no.57 of 2002): extension of term of office of Councils and Boards of Public Entities and suspension of Sport, Arts and Cultural events as measures to prevent and combat the spread of COVID-19

Download [G43226 GoN 461]

 

02 Apr 2020

As we are currently operating under lock-down, tender submissions for this bid are to be actioned electronically.

It is expected that large files of content will emanate from the required documents and or samples asked of by Supply Chain Management.

It is for this reason that we have enabled the use of a platform for such a seamless means of response as the use of a Gmail account facilitates sharing of files up to 25MB.

View Tender Document [here]

01 Apr 2020

The relief plan as detailed in the statement issued by the DSAC Ministry

View the following documents for more information: 

25 Mar 2020

This serves as a notification to the cultural and creative practitioners that the results of MGE 2020/21 applications will no longer be announced on the 27th March 2020 as previously communicated. This is informed by the declaration of the COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") as a National Disaster by President Ramaphosa.

The Department has since resolved to halt all cultural and creativities activities scheduled between March-June 2020 and to reprioritise  programs and projects in order to respond to new challenges arising of the COVID-19.

For clarity seeking questions kindly contact: MGE Coordinator- KeaObaka Mamogale: 076 062 6481

For Media enquiries please contact: Head of Communications- Zimasa Velaphi: 072 172 8925

Issued by the National Department of Arts and Culture

 

 

 

 

23 Mar 2020

The Department of Arts and Culture hereby invites applications for the Arts, Culture and Heritage programmes focusing on five catagories:

  1. Children
  2. Youth
  3. Women
  4. Persons with Disabilities
  5. Senior Citizens

 

Registered Non Profit Organisation are invited to submit proposals for funding of programmes that promotes Social Cohesion and Nation Building and community development. 

Conditions for acceptance of applications:

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