South African Cultural Observatory
SACO 2 and the value of sustainability SACO 2 and the value of sustainability

The second iteration of the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) was launched at Rhodes University on 10 October 2018, indicating the sustainability of inter-university projects.

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Nelson Mandela University, Rhodes celebrate award of SACO 2 tender Nelson Mandela University, Rhodes celebrate award of SACO 2 tender

NELSON Mandela University and Rhodes University are celebrating the institutional coup of the award of the South African Cultural Observatory tender by the Department of Arts and Culture to a consortium of four South African universities.

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Fourth Annual Fruits of Democracy Awards Fourth Annual Fruits of Democracy Awards

THE Fruits of Democracy Awards, established in 2015, aspires to be a cultural marker in Nelson Mandela Bay where young movers and shakers of the Eastern Cape converge to be recognised for the excellence they display in the work that they do in different sectors.

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Rhodes University joins consortium in SACO tender win Rhodes University joins consortium in SACO tender win

A FIVE-YEAR tender to run the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) has been granted to a consortium of universities including Rhodes University, Nelson Mandela University, University of Fort Hare, and the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

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Nelson Mandela University wins coveted SACO contract Nelson Mandela University wins coveted SACO contract

NELSON Mandela University together with a consortium of three university partners have been awarded a multi-year contract to advance the operations of the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) and support the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC).

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Meet the new SA Cultural Observatory Executive Director Meet the new SA Cultural Observatory Executive Director

MEET the new SA Cultural Observatory Executive Director Unathi Lutshaba. Miss Lutshaba is a passionate economist and sociologist. She was recently appointed into the role of Executive Director of the South African Cultural Observatory, after two years as its Research Manager.

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New directions: Five years, five key goals New directions: Five years, five key goals

PASSIONATE creative economy champion and researcher, Unathi Lutshaba, has been appointed Executive Director of the South African Cultural Observatory after a consortium of Universities led by Nelson Mandela University won a five year tender to ensure South Africa’s creative economy is well mapped, understood and analysed. Here are her key goals for the next five years.

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A New European Agenda for Culture - Working Document A New European Agenda for Culture - Working Document

READ the rationale for and outcomes of the process to put together a proposal for a New European Agenda for Culture which was tabled earlier this year. Preliminary research found that European Union citizens believe culture is the most important factor in creating a sense of community. But 36% don't currently participate in cultural activities, so increasing cultural participation would bring Europeans closer together.

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University of Leeds: Post Doctoral Fellowship University of Leeds: Post Doctoral Fellowship

ARE you an experienced creative practitioner and researcher, with experience of conducting practice-led research? Do you have a track record of professional creative practice, with the ability to employ narrative formats that have the capacity for reproduction/dissemination? Do you possess excellent interpersonal and team-working skills and the ability to work with colleagues from academic institutions and non-academic organisations?

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BASA Award winners announced at laid back event BASA Award winners announced at laid back event

TAKING place at Jozi’s fresh, new downtown venue, Victoria Yards, Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) announced the winners of the 21st BASA Awards, partnered by Hollard, earlier this month in September.

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Minister Mthethwa at unveiling of Nelson Mandela statue at UN Minister Mthethwa at unveiling of Nelson Mandela statue at UN

MINISTER of Arts & Culture, Nathi Mthethwa was in New York on Heritage Day as part of the celebrations for a handover of a 1.9m statue of Nelson Mandela to the United Nations. The statue of South Africa's first democratically-elected president Nelson Mandela was unveiled as part of a Mandela Peace Summit which coincides with Heritage Day in South Africa. The statue is a gift from South Africa to the international community and is a symbol of humanity and reconciliation.

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Western Cape's premier dance festival returns Western Cape's premier dance festival returns

THE Baxter Dance Festival, the Western Cape’s premier dance platform, returns to the Baxter for its 14th annual instalment.

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