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- Artscape Opera House on Sunday 1 December 2013

The Africa Centre for HIV and AIDS Management at Stellenbosch University presents the 9th Annual World Aids Day Gala Concert at the Artscape Opera House on Sunday 1 December 2013 at 19:00. Staging another spectacular and inspirational evening with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mario Verster.   Read More...




Arts & Culture, HIV/AIDS

The Africa Centre for HIV and AIDS Management at Stellenbosch University this year partners with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and brings to South Africa another spectacular inspirational evening. Also to be acknowledged are the 16 Days of Activism for ‘No Violence Against Women and Children’ which takes place every year from 25 November to 10 December. (25 November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture, Education
Image: Beyers Naude School Programme to reward schools in the Free State with infrastructure Theme for the programme: Fighting poverty and restoring dignity through education

 This August, Kagiso Trust and the Free State Department of Education will be launching infrastructure in nine high schools and one primary school as part of rewarding over 20 schools for having met the Beyers Naude School Development Programme (BNSDP) benchmark of an 80% average grade 12 pass for secondary schools and 60% average pass (based on the Annual National Assessment) for primary schools.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: Art & Poetry Competition The Art & Poetry Competition Prize Giving took place at Chaeli Cottage on 8th June

The Art & Poetry Competition Prize Giving took place at Chaeli Cottage on 8th June.  It was very well attended, despite the weather.     Read More...




CHANGE MAKER, HEADLINES, Arts & Culture, Social & Community
Image: The Cape Town Partnership joins forces with Creative Nestlings A platform for showcasing and creating platforms for emerging local artists to help support Cape Town’s future creative leaders
According to Cape Town Partnership CEO Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana, “The project will become a supported programme of the Partnership’s for the next 18 months with Creative Nestlings founders Dillion Phiri and Lunga Mateta-Phiri joining our staff full time.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Arts & Culture, Skills Development, Social & Community
Image: Inspiring Our Future Winter Fun At The Cape Town Science Centre These Holidays
School holidays are upon us and what to do with eager young minds on rainy days. The Cape Town Science Centre (CTSC) has put together an action-packed holiday programme to please kids and parents alike from 22 June - 14 July, in addition to the normal exhibits and interactive displays on offer, there are a host of entertaining activities for all ages and competencies.   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: 5 Artists That Politicize South Africa’s Youth Last weekend South Africa commemorated the “Soweto Uprising” that took place on June 16th, 1976 in Johannesburg
An estimated 20,000 students took part in the protests which started in Soweto and spread throughout the country.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: Street artist from Elsies Rivier makes gallery debut at The Black Box Making street art accessible

In keeping with their quest to find and introduce artists not familiar to the general art appreciating public, Black Box Gallery is super excited about their latest offering, Grant Jurius and his Nothing new art exhibition.   Read More...




COMPANY NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: 3D Management Supports La Jolla Fashion Film  Top modelling agency works with local filmmaker to create fashion film for La Jolla Festival
3D Management has always been a strong supporter of the local film industry, and has recently got involved with the La Jolla Fashion Film Festival. Local filmmaker Warrick McLeod has embarked on a new project,by creating an innovative short fashion film entitled Elvin Sky that will be his entry into the popular La Jolla Fashion Film Festival.
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ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Image: SBU Teams Up With BASA The arts sector recently received a major skills boost with the launch of the Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) Sponsorship Toolkit for the Arts
With this initiative, Shanduka Black Umbrellas will assist arts organisations and practitioners to successfully run their own businesses.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Arts & Culture, Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy , Youth
Image: V&A Venue named for International Charity Fundraiser Shimmy Beach Club to rock The Global Party
Cape Town’s shiny new venue, Shimmy Beach Club, has been chosen as one of the 360 hottest spots in over 120 cities that will host The Global Party 2013 (TGP) at the end of June. Conceived as a charity fundraiser, TGP will host 360,000 of the world’s VIP’s, celebrities, jetsetters and high-rollers at glamorous events that link luxury with philanthropy. The announcement was made at a press conference in London on Wednesday night.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Arts & Culture, Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy
Image: South African artists generously contribute to charity Jansen van Vuuren auctions works, for 2 select charity foundations, at Chefs Who Share
Prominent Cape Town artist, Louis Jansen van Vuuren’s works have placed him on the international map as a contemporary artist of our time.   Read More...



COMPANY NEWS , HEADLINES, Arts & Culture, Sustainability
Image: 30 spaces remaining for Trees for Zambia 2013 The Conference of Action that happens in Livingstone near the mighty Victoria Falls from 7th to 28th July!
In 2012, Greenpop launched Trees for Zambia, a reforestation and eco-awareness project which began with a 3-week tree planting event and was followed by an ongoing campaign to inspire awareness about deforestation, climate change...   Read More...



ALL THE NEWS , HEADLINES, Arts & Culture
Image: Writers! Win R10000 Worth of Prizes in the 'Save the World’ Writing Challenge Want to change the world? Well here’s your chance to write about it.
We Can Change Our World in partnership with The Writing Room is giving away R10,000 worth of writing courses in a writing competition with the theme 'I'll Save the World.'   Read More...



Arts & Culture, HIV/AIDS

Educational Theatre and Department of Health-Western Cape Initiative with Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa. The Western Cape Provincial Government – Department of Health (WCPG – DOH) has embarked on a process to develop an Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilisation (ACSM) strategy to reduce maternal and child morbidity.   Read More...




HEADLINES, Arts & Culture, Health
Giving children the responsibility of looking after pets is a good idea, but perhaps stick to dogs and cats?

Tortoises are colourful and cute and are often kept as pets. However, many people do not know that tortoises and other reptiles like snakes and lizards can carry harmful germs that can make people very sick. For this reason, tortoises and other reptiles might not be the best pets for your family, particularly if there are young children, 5 years old and younger or people with weakened immune systems in your home.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture, Education, Skills Development
Development & education focus

The Artscape youth Jazz Festival celebrates its nineth year with legendary Jazz Trumpeter, Ian Smith conducting the Delft Big Band. Young soloists, who are already making waves in the jazz arena, will join the band in an evening of music.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
BASA rewards arts projects

The world of art has always played an important role in stimulating thought and generating dialogue and now it has a crucial role to play in environmental awareness.   Read More...




ALL THE NEWS , Arts & Culture
Showcasing Dinokeng’s true colours

The Dinokeng Project is empowering local artists from the Steve Bikoville community by involving them in an innovative marketing campaign publicising the project on local community radio station, Moretele FM.    Read More...




Arts & Culture, Skills Development
Troupe of 5 off to Paris to join biggest tenting show

Zip Zap is proud to announce the inclusion of an original Zip Zap act into the 10 year anniversary tour of Cirque Phénix and the departure of a troupe consisting of five Zip Zappers to Paris on 14 November.   Read More...



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