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Transformation, ownership and employment in South Africa’s cultural and creative industry (CCI) and creative economy

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Transformation, ownership and employment in South Africa’s cultural and creative industry (CCI) and creative economy This Research Report 5 is the final in a series of five reports that have been produced in response to a specific request from the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) and the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) to support the development of a National Research Agenda (NRA) for the cultural and creative industries (CCIs) of South Africa. The scope of work and deliverables for this research study are presented in 5 separate reports, as well as an additional report which provides a synthesis of the main findings of the entire study. Table 1 below reflects the scope of work undertaken in this report and the broad details of the various other reports within which each research topic is addressed.
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