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#SACOConf2017: Highlights Reel - The Creative Economy & Development

27.07.19
#SACOConf2017

The South African Cultural Observatory's second National Conference, #SACOConf2017, took place at the Turbine Hall in Johannesburg on 24 & 25 May 2017. This is the overall conference highlights reel for both days, showcasing the vibe, intensity and calibre of the programme and speakers.

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