09 May 2021

Minister Nathi Mthethwa Congratulates TTM for winning the Nedbank Cup after they beat Chippa United 1- 0 in the final yesterday.

30 Apr 2021

Following several attempts to get CSA’s Interim Board (IB) and Members Council (MC) to agree on the contents of a revised Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI) as part of the Nicholson Report on the governance of the sport, Minister Nathi Mthethwa, yesterday, signaled his decision, by way of a notice in the Government Gazette, to invoke s13(5)(i) and (ii) of the National Sport and Recreation Act,2007(Act No. 18 of 2007).

26 Apr 2021

It is with great sadness that the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture has learnt of the untimely passing of publisher, Nadia Goetham, who passed away on Sunday 25 April, due to COVID-19 related complications.

26 Apr 2021

It is with great sadness that the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture has learnt of the untimely passing of publisher, Nadia Goetham, who passed away on Sunday 25 April, due to COVID-19 related complications.

22 Apr 2021

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture has learnt of the passing of radio veteran, Grant Shakoane, who grew up in Mamelodi. Shakoane began his career in advertising at a time when there were few opportunities for people of colour.

18 Apr 2021

Minister Mthethwa has expressed his disappointment at the failure of the CSA delegates to adopt the revised MOI. The revised MOI that the affiliates decided against adopting, constituted an agreement between the CSA Members Council and the Interim Board.

12 Apr 2021

As of Thursday, 8 April 2021, the following milestones have been achieved with regards to the PESP, administered by the National Arts Council (NAC):

11 Apr 2021

Today marks 20 years since the worst sporting accident in South African football history, when a Kaizer Chiefs vs Orlando Pirates derby at Ellis Park Stadium was called off due to a stampede that claimed the lives of 43 spectators.

10 Apr 2021

The Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, yesterday evening, announced that the two main sticking points standing in the way of the Members Council and Interim Board finding common ground have now been successfully resolved.

08 Apr 2021

The Department of Sport, Arts and Culture in association with Mpumalanga Province and Thaba Chweu Local Municipality will this Friday (09 April 2021), handover a multipurpose sport facility and equipment to the community of Thaba Chweu and surrounding areas. In keeping with the Department mandate of creating an enabling environment, the handover is done to ensure that South Africans remain physically active and have access to sport facilities, especially those living in previously disadvantaged areas. The role of this handover is also to put focus on equitable access, as it remains one of the Department’s primary mandate as highlighted in the EPG Transformation report.

Representing the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture will be Minister Nathi Mthethwa, who will be accompanied by Mpumalanga MEC for Culture, Sport and Recreation, Ms Thandi Shongwe.

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