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Cultural Diversity in focus at convention
This international indaba, presented by the Department of Arts and Culture and the Arterial Network, is taking place on 20 and 21 October 2011. Delegates from South Africa, Africa and around the world are poised to chart a way forward to realise the goals set out in the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion […]
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SAMRO & MES Celebrate their 50th & 25th Anniversaries with the Hillbrow Unplugged Concert
This year MES and SAMRO (South African Music Rights Organisation) decided to join forces in celebration of 25 and 50 years, respectively, of service in the city of Johannesburg. With this collaboration, SAMRO and MES will hosts a concert to new and current donors. The concert will carry the theme of “Beyond the music” for […]
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The Return of the Road Warriors - 30 Years Concert Tour
Last January the Road Warriors launched their year-long celebration of three decades of performance together with a run at the Baxter in Cape Town and garnering high critical acclaim in the process. Since then, this iconic guitar duo has unleashed their inimitable brand of acoustic guitar music on appreciative audiences throughout South Africa. Needless to […]
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Grace Kelly's SA concert to support Rebecca's Well
On October 8, 2011 saxophonist, arranger and vocalist Grace Kelly joined by renowned local Gospel vocalist Audrey Mbuyazi and a local orchestra will celebrate the release of Kelly’s new CD, GRACE at the His People Auditorium in Parktown North, Johannesburg. The proceeds from the evening will benefit Rebecca’s Well, a South African non profit organization […]
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GAUTENG TO HOST ITS INAUGURAL ORAL HISTORY CONFERENCE
Once again, the Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation has, demonstrated its commitment to Heritage Month by hosting the Oral History Conference on Friday, 30th September 2011, at the Premier Hotel in Arcadia, Pretoria. Throughout Heritage Month, the department has put Gauteng’s struggle heroes and heroines’ contributions to the liberation of South Africa […]
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Sport Takes Its Rightful Place in South Africa’s Culture and Heritage
WHO can forget the 1995 Rugby World Cup that united South Africans of all races and backgrounds when Nelson Mandela donned Francois Pienaar’s number 6 Springbok jersey? Or when South Africa was the first African country to host the groundbreaking Soccer World Cup last year? Sport has repeatedly proven that it is inseparable from South […]
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Queen Ifrica & Tony Rebel Press Conference
JT Communications African Media Resource Centre of Excellence is proud to host the Queen Ifrica & Tony Rebel Press Conference at 11am this morning.               Follow @VanessaPerumal @JTComms @AyobVaniaPR and @Hlumz for updates
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Charting our past reinforces our heritage
“Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another,” are the encouraging words uttered by the iconic Nelson Mandela. The Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation’s Liberation Struggle Heritage Route ensures that during September, which is Heritage Month, South Africans once […]
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Fantastic family fun at this year’s Eldo’s Jazz Festival
In a partnership with the 2011 Joburg Arts Alive International Festival, the Eldo’s Jazz Festival takes place at Kremetart Park, Ext 3 Eldorado Park on 25th September 2011, running from 10am to 6pm. This year’s event features a line-up of fine musicians that includes top Jamaican reggae artists; Queen Ifrica and Tony Rebel. On the […]
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Experience more of Gauteng for less Moola
The GeePee Card aims to put real value back in the hands of the GP citizen and encourages citizens to become tourists in their own city region. Most deals available to cardholders are at a significant discount. Membership is free and open to all locals who feel as passionate about our vibrant province. Go to […]
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Award-winning trio of productions head for WITS 969
WITS 969 – named for the distance in kilometres between Grahamstown and Johannesburg – is presented by Wits Theatre as part of the 2011 Joburg Arts Alive International Festival. It is renowned for offering theatre fans in Joburg the opportunity to experience the best of the National Arts Festival, right in their hometown. This year, […]
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Gauteng Announces Heritage Month celebrations
The past is the gateway to a better future - September is Heritage Month in South Africa and it is proving to be the most critical part of the year for us as a nation, as we cannot know where we are going until we know where we have been. For the country’s premier province, […]
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Speakers add impact to another successful Moshito event!
A line-up of heavyweight speakers has help ensure that this year’s Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition has delivered real impact for delegates. What’s more an impressive line-up of live events throughout Moshito’s three-day run (Aug. 31st to Sept. 2nd), including Moshito Presents …, Africa Unites (featuring Nkulee Dube) and a host of live events throughout […]
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Making a difference in Arts reporting by embracing the digital era
Visionary SA Media Company & Youth Empowerment Organisation join hands to making a difference in reporting of the Arts by embracing the digital era Johannesburg: In a ground-breaking partnership, specialist Johannesburg media agency JT Communication Solution has teamed up with Youth In Action South Africa (YIASA) to help usher in the next generation of arts […]
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Nothando Migogo takes over at DALRO
Johannesburg: 11 August 2011 – Recently appointed Managing Director of the Dramatic, Artistic and Literary Organisation (DALRO) Nothando Migogo has promised to lead the organisation into the digital age by ensuring relevance and through strengthening its goal to look after the interests of authors, artists and publishers. Having successfully completed a 12 year cycle in […]
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30-plus brilliantly diverse music shows for Arts Alive 2011
  More than 30 music events means the annual Joburg Arts Alive International Festival is pulsing to a seriously hot beat in 2011! Music’s central role in this year’s programming is announced with the Arts Alive Opening Ceremony on September 1st at The Fringe at The Joburg Arts Theatre. A specially commissioned work by poet […]
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SA vocalist, Verona unites with Sasha P Africa’s 1st Lady of HipHop
To celebrate National Woman’s Day, singer, songwriter and dynamic performer Verona Pillay has teamed up with Nigeria’s Sasha P to honour the legacy of the historic Woman’s march on the capital in 1956. This Woman’s Month Verona and Sasha P add their voices to the growing chorus of strong women, with the release of Stronger […]
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Holly’s TwentyFourSeven album debut out now
After making a splash in 2010 with an EP and a slate of high-profile live performances, Holly now releases her first full-length debut album. Titled TwentyFourSeven, the KZN Music House-released record is a revelation of smart, Afro-rooted pop music - created by an artist who sounds nothing like the all-too-frequently manufactured “popstars” who have surfaced […]
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