This education, empowerment and skills development project is made possible by the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture of South Africa.
This education and skills development project is partly funded by the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture of south Africa.
a) Coordinate and support the national strategic programs by developing and reviewing policy and legislation and developing systems for monitoring and evaluation.
b) Increase and facilitate access to and broader participation in arts and culture through policy formulation, legislation and equitable funding.
c) Develop, promote and protect the 11 official languages through policy formulation, legislation and the implementation of the language policy in order to allow South Africans to realise their language rights.
d) Increase the access and participation of grassroots arts practitioners in cultural industries economic activities through training, legislation and international opportunities.
e) Ensure the transformation of the heritage landscape as a vehicle for nation-building and social cohesion, through the implementation of heritage policies and legislation.
f) Enable transparency and evidenced-based good governance of archives, records, published information, and the heraldic and symbolic inheritance of the nation through institutional management, regulation and development.