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UMCEBO TRUST ZULU CULTURE  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Umcebo is an isiZulu word meaning “treasure” The Umcebo Trust is a public benefit non-profit organization, which was registered on 22nd May 2003. The Trust aims to establish an inclusive studio workspace for people with special needs and other community members, to use and develop their artistic talents as a means of personal and creative development, as well as to generate income. Umcebo is committed to the broader education and the development of skills for people with special needs, but also aims to include those who have various abilities – encouraging contact between all people no matter what their abilities. The idea is for participants to develop mutual understanding and awareness of each other in a mutual exchange of ideas and skills. Umcebo believes that personal empowerment and improved self-awareness is brought about through art, craft, creativity, learning and teaching. It is this collaboration that works towards inclusion of participants in the fullest sense. ...
Added: Jun 27, 2007  Last Update: Jun 27, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 980
His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini Zulu  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...I, King Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu hereby endorse the website which publicizes my authorised biography "King of Goodwill" and its musical adaptation, "Bayede". The website will promote Zulu culture and traditions worldwide, encourage South African tourism and support the growing number of AIDS orphans affected by the worldwide pandemic. In Keeping with the 21st century technology and increasing globalization, this unique website is the first ever that has been designed to feature a reigning Zulu monarch....
Added: Jul 2, 2007  Last Update: Jul 2, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 1170
Inkhata Freedom Party  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The Inkatha National Cultural Liberation Movement founded by Dr. Mangosuthu Buthelezi in 1975 had some of its roots in the cultural organisation, "Inkatha", established by King Solomon in the 1920's. King Solomon's Inkatha was a sincere effort to warn his people of the dangers of the cultural domination and arrogance of, first, the British Imperialists and then the Afrikaners. It also served to acknowledge and to remind the people that African political institutions of the time were not necessarily undemocratic. The philosophy of Ubuntu-Botho played a crucial role then as it does now in the struggle for the promotion of African patterns of thought and value systems. It has consistently underpinned all political developments and strategies undertaken by Inkatha in its various evolutionary stages....
Added: Jul 2, 2007  Last Update: Jul 2, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 1196
The Bat Centre  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...he BAT Centre is an arts and culture community centre found in the small craft harbour, off Durban's Victoria Embankment. Our Mission is to celebrate the arts and culture of Durban, KwaZulu Natal and South Africa by promoting local talent and skills. Celebrating our unique cultures and encouraging cross-fertilisation to create jobs for the artists by sourcing talent, imparting skills and developing markets. Also to act as a community cultural center for the city of Durban, the people of the harbour and the Esplanade and to become a resource to outlying arts and cultural centers and creative people. Since its inception in 1995 the BAT has grown older but from observing the quality of the arts and performances displayed on this day and on a regular daily basis, it is definite the BAT is now a wiser entity....
Added: Jul 19, 2007  Last Update: Jul 19, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 988
KZNSA Society of Arts  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The KwaZulu Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) is a progressive base in Durban, KZN, from which local, national and international contemporary visual culture is actively supported, critically developed and nurtured through exhibitions, education, networking and marketing. The KZNSA is a non-profit organisation, and consists of four departments: ...
Added: Jul 19, 2007  Last Update: Jul 19, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 1035
Elizabeth Gordon Gallery  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Art by top South African artists. Hand-coloured prints and posters. Visit our site for our latest newsletter!...
Added: Jul 19, 2007  Last Update: Jul 19, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 717
Centre for Creative Arts  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...The Centre fulfils a function as facilitator, promoter, networker, and capacity builder, and plays a vital role in bringing to fruition the artistic potential of the region. Culture is the spiritual backbone of society....
Added: Aug 18, 2007  Last Update: Aug 18, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 466
Sizana Craft  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...Sizana (‘help one another’) was initiated by Tracey Collier in March 1998 after the need for product development and effective marketing of the goods produced by self-help groups, job creation projects and survivalist crafters was identified. Currently Sizana handles the production of about 1240 artisans scattered right across the province. However, this number changes constantly as new products get developed and added to our range....
Added: Sep 10, 2007  Last Update: Sep 10, 2007  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 880
Musho Festival  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...usho is a Zulu word for an enthusiastic praise response, something similar to Bravo! The Musho Festival is dedicated to small works and the celebration of the skill of the solo or duo performer. This year has another exciting line-up, with something for everyone. The 2008 festival is brought to you by PANSA in association with Africalia. It is generously supported by Ethekweni Municipality, The Royal Netherlands Embassy, The Embassy of Israel, Tararam and the KZN Department of Arts and Culture...
Added: Jan 10, 2008  Last Update: Jan 10, 2008  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 815
Performing Arts Network of South Africa  [ Edit ]  Site Reviews(0)
...PANSA is a national network of individuals, NGO's, service providers and mainstream institutions that are engaged in the practice or support of the performing arts (all forms of dance, music, opera, musical theatre and theatre). Making a difference for performing artists....
Added: Jan 10, 2008  Last Update: Jan 10, 2008  Category: Art & Culture  Hits In: 0  Hits Out: 873

WALK FOR PEACE INITIATIVE - IS \'A\' POLITICAL - WE ARE NOT ANTI-GOVERNMENT BUT RATHER ANTI-CRIME! We need to bring solutions to the problem and not problems to the problem. It\'s time we all gave a little back to our community - instead of just complaining - let\'s do something! There\'s lots of work to be done - but as you will ALL REMEMBER THE OLD SAYING you have heard for many many years... MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!! We CANNOT do it alone - We need the ONGOING SUPPORT of ALL COMMUNITIES.  In South Africa
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