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Foundation Activates 10-Year School Sponsorships

Mining magnate, Patrice Motsepe, has announced his family foundation is activating a pledge to donate R117 5 million over 10 years to promote soccer‚ netball and the arts at schools.

In 2013‚ Motsepe donated half of his family’s wealth to the foundation‚ which has so far funded a range of development projects including the construction of clinics‚ schools and community halls in rural areas as well as bursaries for college and university students.

Arterial Network: Project Manager

Arterial Network is a dynamic network of individuals, organisations, companies and institutions engaged in the African creative and cultural sector. The organisation seeks to formulate African-centred strategies and solutions to accelerate the growth and prominence of the creative sector in Africa, enabling dialogue, information exchange and the strengthening of partnerships between creative communities, government, business, NGO’s and academia. The Continental Secretariat is based in Cape Town.

Arterial Network seeks to appoint a Project Manager.

Arts and Culture Trust: Administrator

The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) is South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency that attracts and provides funding for the sustainable development and growth of the arts, culture and heritage in South Africa, actualised through mutually beneficial partnerships between the corporate, public and cultural sectors, focused on making a positive difference to the lives of all South Africans.

ACT seeks to appoint an energetic and dynamic full-time Administrator, based in Johannesburg.

Starting date: 1 August 2015.

Responsibilities:

Lalela Project: Volunteers

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth living in extreme poverty across South Africa and Africa. We are at the forefront of Arts education in South Africa and we are looking for passionate and innovative artists / art educators to join the organisation's growing team and inspire the youth we work with.

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth affected by extreme poverty sparking creative thinking and awakening the entrepreneurial spirit.

Arts and Culture Trust: Fundraiser

The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) is South Africa’s premier independent arts and culture funding and development agency that attracts and provides funding for the sustainable development and growth of the arts, culture and heritage in South Africa, actualised through mutually beneficial partnerships between the corporate, public and cultural sectors, focused on making a positive difference to the lives of all South Africans.

ACT identified the following areas for development:

Lalela Project: Art Facilitators

Lalela Project provides educational arts to youth living in extreme poverty across South Africa and Africa. We are at the forefront of Arts education in South Africa and we are looking for passionate and innovative artists / art educators to join the organisation's growing team and inspire the youth we work with.

Lalela Project seeks to appoint full time Art Facilitators, based in Cape Town.

Zakheni Arts Therapy Foundation: Administrator and Project Manager Intern

The Zakheni Arts Therapy Foundation vision is to provide psychological, emotional, and social support to improve the wellbeing of children, adolescents and adults through the Creative Arts Therapies. The organisation's core business is providing creative arts workshops, training and supervision for Child and Youth Care Workers, Art and Dramatherapy in Schools and Transformation Theatre, in order to strengthen psychosocial support service to vulnerable children.

The Zakheni Arts Therapy Foundation seeks to appoint a Administrator and Project Manager Intern, based in Western Cape.

Arts and Culture Trust: Project Manager

The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) is the oldest funding agency in democratic South Africa. It was established to secure financial and other resources for arts, culture and heritage; and to project the needs and role of the sector into the public domain.

The Arts and Culture Trust (ACT) seeks to appoint a Project Manager, based in Johannesburg.

This is a fixed-term contract position from 10 July 2014 to 31 March 2015.

Es’kia Institute: Financial Administrator

The Es’kia Institute is a registered NPO established with the patronage of Father of Afrikan Humanism, Prof Es’kia Mphahlele (1919-2008). The organisation nurtures, supports and develops initiatives in arts, culture, education and literature that promote our Afrikan heritage.

The Es’kia Institute seeks to appoint a qualified and experienced Financial Administrator responsible for its budgeting and financial control function, based in Johannesburg.

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