department of arts and culture

AFRICAN ARTISTS COLLABORATE TO BRING HOPE AND CELEBRATE AFRICAN UNITY ON AFRICA DAY AMID...

A new day will dawn in Africa Brand SA’s Africa Day initiative focuses on harnessing African unity in response to Covid-19 The ensemble features...

AFRICAN ARTISTS COLLABORATE TO BRING HOPE AND CELEBRATE AFRICAN UNITY ON AFRICA DAY AMID...

A new day will dawn in Africa Brand SA’s Africa Day initiative focuses on harnessing African unity in response to Covid-19 The ensemble features...

South African Film and Television Awards: last call for entries

South Africa’s film and television makers are urged to submit their entries to the South African Film and Television Awards (SAFTAs) before the closing...

Press release: Brand South Africa commemorates Dakar Talks

Johannesburg, Monday 10 July 2017 – As part of the Commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Dakar 1987 Talks and Celebration activities around...

Press release: South Africa in Paris

A South African retail exhibition at the renowned Le BHV Marais. The 14th of June 2017 marks the grand opening of a novel South African...

Constitution Hill’s Basha Uhuru Arts Festival on now

The Basha Uhuru Youth Festival, Constitution Hill's flagship arts festival, is nowin its fourth year. Held to coincide with Youth Month, the festival takes...

President Zuma to address National Day of Prayer

President Jacob Zuma will on Sunday, 22 May 2016, officiate at the National Day of Prayer at Absa Stadium in Durban The prayers will be...

Bulelwa Basse nominated for cultural award

Bulelwa---thumbPoet and activist Bulelwa Basse has been nominated in the Western Cape Cultural Awards 2016. Not only content to work in the arts and cultural field to build an inclusive South Africa, Basse also empower people through financial literacy.

South Africa celebrates Reconciliation Month

Reconciliation Month takes place throughout December. It is a time for South Africans to unite, says the Department of Arts and Culture. The overarching theme is "Bridging the divide: building a common South African nationhood towards a national developmental state".

South African classic jazz revitalised

South Africa’s rich history of jazz will be celebrated at the Market Theatre in Joburg this month with Songs of Jazztown, a stage spectacular giving new life to the music of legendary artists such as Dolly Rathebe and Miriam Makeba