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Department of Arts and Culture Briefing to the Select Committee on the DAC Strategic Department of Arts and Culture Briefing to the Select Committee on the DAC Strategic Plan and Budget Vote 2012/13 30 May 2012 Sibusiso Xaba

PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Setting the Scene • Vision and mission • Setting the context PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Setting the Scene • Vision and mission • Setting the context for DAC work • Strategic outcome-oriented goals • Budget allocation • Organisation – key DAC Programmes • Strategic objectives and outputs over the MTEF • Provincial-specific programme • Year of heritage – programme 2

VISION “An arts, culture and heritage sector that contributes significantly to social cohesion, nation VISION “An arts, culture and heritage sector that contributes significantly to social cohesion, nation building and economic empowerment. ” 3

WHAT WE SEE OURSELVES ACHIEVING IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS 4 • Increase the WHAT WE SEE OURSELVES ACHIEVING IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS 4 • Increase the proportion of arts and culture practitioners in the SA workforce • We have created 150 000 jobs • We have been responsible for a significant contribution to GDP • There is noteworthy investments in Arts and Culture (from our international, business, and other partners • 70% of people surveyed are proud of being South Africans (levels of national pride)

NEWS HEADLINES 2016 Exclusive: Special Cabinet Meeting to Honour Arts and Culture President applauds NEWS HEADLINES 2016 Exclusive: Special Cabinet Meeting to Honour Arts and Culture President applauds Arts and Culture Sector For outstanding achievement in Economic Development and Social Cohesion. In 5 years, the sector has been responsible for the creation of more than 150 000 jobs and is now a significant contributor to South Africa’s GDP. In an interview the Minister said “ each and every person in the sector has contributed to this amazing achievement and I salute them”. 5

6 SETTING THE CONTEXT • Government Programme of Action (GPOA) – Outcomes agenda – 6 SETTING THE CONTEXT • Government Programme of Action (GPOA) – Outcomes agenda – State of the Nation Address • DAC constitutional mandate • Mzansi Golden Economy (MGE) • DAC priorities

7 PLANNING FRAMEWORK Development, preservation and promotion of arts and culture Heritage promotion and 7 PLANNING FRAMEWORK Development, preservation and promotion of arts and culture Heritage promotion and preservation Access to information Governance Human Capital Development Infrastructure Partnerships + funding Promotion of linguistic diversity Life cycle management Value chain management An arts, culture and heritage sector that contributes significantly to social cohesion, nation building and economic empowerment

8 MISSION • To act as a catalyst and/or enabler for : – The 8 MISSION • To act as a catalyst and/or enabler for : – The development, protection, preservation and promotion of South African arts, culture and heritage; – The provision of access to information; – The promotion of the official languages of South Africa and enhancing the linguistic diversity of the country; and – The facilitation of Social cohesion and inclusivity.

STRATEGIC OUTCOME-ORIENTED GOALS 1. Access to information 2. Development, protection, preservation of arts, culture STRATEGIC OUTCOME-ORIENTED GOALS 1. Access to information 2. Development, protection, preservation of arts, culture and heritage 3. Economic development/economic empowerment 4. Linguistic diversity and equity 5. Deepening Democracy and meeting constitutional imperatives – Empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship 6. Governance and accountability 9

PROGRAMMES AND PURPOSE Programme 1: Administration • Provides leadership, management and support functions of PROGRAMMES AND PURPOSE Programme 1: Administration • Provides leadership, management and support functions of the Department Programme 2: Performing Arts • Promote the Performing Arts Programme 3: National Language Service • Develop and promote the official languages of South Africa and enhance the linguistic diversity of the country 10

PROGRAMMES AND PURPOSE (CONT) Programme 4: Cultural Development • Promote and develop South African PROGRAMMES AND PURPOSE (CONT) Programme 4: Cultural Development • Promote and develop South African Arts and Culture Programme 5: Heritage Promotion • Provide policy, legislation and strategic direction for identifying, conserving and promoting cultural heritage Programme 6: National Archives and Library Services • Facilitate full and open access to the archival and information resources of South Africa 11

BUDGET OVERVIEW 12 Adjustments to 2012 MTEF Allocation 2011/12 Additions Cuts Total % 2013/14 BUDGET OVERVIEW 12 Adjustments to 2012 MTEF Allocation 2011/12 Additions Cuts Total % 2013/14 % 2014/15 % R’ 000 Original 2012/13 R’ 000 Change 2 417 429 2 625 117 2 784 743 2 951 828 66 927 77 017 143, 878 198, 917 (15 779) (16 477) (16, 547) (20, 083) 2 468 577 2 685 657 8, 8 2 912 074 8, 4 3 130 662 7, 5

13 2012 MTEF Additions 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Improvement 13 2012 MTEF Additions 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Improvement in conditions of service: Department 3, 669 5, 965 6, 527 Improvement in conditions of service: Public Entities 12, 808 23, 013 24, 940 Mzansi Golden Economy 50, 000 100, 000 150, 000 Pan. SALB 10, 000 15, 000 16, 450 77, 017 143, 878 198, 917 Total

14 2012 MTEF Cuts 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Performing 14 2012 MTEF Cuts 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Performing Arts (1, 058) (1, 121) (1, 189) National Language Services (1, 413) (1, 484) (1, 573) Cultural Development (2, 058) (2, 181) (2, 312) Heritage Promotion (2, 331) (2, 897) (3, 072) Nat Archives & Library Services (2, 062) (1, 923) (2, 039) Additional Savings: Households (1, 340) (2, 545) (3, 199) Com Library Services Grant (6, 215) (4, 396) (6, 699) (16, 477) (16, 547) (20, 083) Total

15 Earmarked/Ring-fenced Funds 2012/13 R’ 000 Com Library Services Grant Com Library Services (National) 15 Earmarked/Ring-fenced Funds 2012/13 R’ 000 Com Library Services Grant Com Library Services (National) Pan. SALB Capital Works: Infrastructure at Public Entities and Legacy Projects NFVF: Development of local film Industry Bursaries for Heritage Professionals Mzansi Golden Economy: New development plan Total 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 564, 574 597, 786 631, 614 7, 339 7, 771 8, 211 69, 480 78, 180 83, 497 482, 950 509, 512 540, 083 42, 750 58, 930 62, 466 3, 000 4, 500 4, 770 174, 970 231, 843 289, 754 1, 345, 063 1, 488, 522 1, 620, 395

Budget Summary Per Financial Year Programme Administration 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 196, 972 209, 687 Budget Summary Per Financial Year Programme Administration 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 196, 972 209, 687 16 2014/15 223, 892 236, 508 Performing Arts 581, 179 639, 996 718, 681 760, 606 National Language Services 100, 270 111, 850 124, 128 132, 742 Cultural Development 171, 844 180, 410 227, 812 281, 085 Heritage Promotion 766, 702 744, 243 835, 414 884, 816 National Archives and Library Services 719, 966 799, 471 782, 147 834, 905 2, 536, 933 2, 685, 657 2, 912, 074 3, 130, 662 Grand Total

Budget Summary Per Economic Classification 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Classification R’ 000 Programme Compensation 2011/12 Budget Summary Per Economic Classification 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Classification R’ 000 Programme Compensation 2011/12 2012/13 167, 362 2013/14 2014/15 17 2014/15 R’ 000 180, 030 191, 807 203, 499 Goods & Services (Funds for Mzansi Golden Economy included here for redistribution to various projects) 316, 253 398, 771 470, 038 542, 224 Conditional Grant (Community Libraries) 569, 934 564, 574 597, 786 631, 614 Agencies & Accounts (Public Entities) 861, 769 952, 881 1, 028, 671 1, 092, 593 Agencies & Accounts (Capital Works) 455, 613 482, 950 509, 512 540, 083 12, 258 12, 873 13, 581 14, 396 147, 338 86, 964 93, 700 98, 855 6, 406 6, 614 6, 979 7, 398 2, 536, 933 2, 685, 657 2, 912, 074 3, 130, 662 Non Profit Organisations Households (Project funding) Capital Assets Grand Total

2012/13: Where funds will be spent 18 2012/13: Where funds will be spent 18

2012/13: How funds will be spent 19 2012/13: How funds will be spent 19

2012/13: How funds will be spent – within DAC 20 2012/13: How funds will be spent – within DAC 20

2012/13: How funds will be spent – outside the DAC 21 2012/13: How funds will be spent – outside the DAC 21

PROGRAMME 1: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Public accountability, high standards of corporate PROGRAMME 1: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Public accountability, high standards of corporate governance and efficient resource utilisation. • • 22 Unqualified audit report 98% expenditure of allocated budget A high performing organisation and a safe • and conducive work environment. • 10% vacancy rate Representative workforce (50% females employed at SMS) Increased awareness of the image (DAC brand) and profile of the DAC and its programmes. Media interviews and briefings Izimbizo arranged • • Meaningful engagement with the South • African public on issues of Social Cohesion • and nation building National social cohesion summit Levels of national pride

23 PROGRAMME 1: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 23 PROGRAMME 1: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Compensation 80, 139 84, 462 88, 690 Goods and Services 43, 726 46, 603 49, 422 Office Accommodation (Goods and Services) 75, 218 81, 640 86, 538 Special Social Cohesion (Goods and Services) 7, 054 7, 442 7, 888 Capital Assets Total 3, 550 3, 745 3, 970 209, 68 7 223, 892 236, 508

PROGRAMME 2: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective 24 Outputs Arts, Culture and Heritage Education PROGRAMME 2: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective 24 Outputs Arts, Culture and Heritage Education and • Audience Development (ACHEAD) through partnerships • • • Provide opportunities to access arts, culture and heritage programmes • Mainstream vulnerable groups women, children, youth and persons with disabilities • • Programmes implemented in collaboration with DBE (9 programmes over the MTEF period) Arts practitioners/facilitators placed in schools (700 facilitators over the MTEF period) Programmes supported in the cultural precincts and CACs (9 and 115 programmes, respectively over the MTEF period) Community Arts Centres Audit report People accessing and arts, culture & heritage facilities (500 000 people over the MTEF) People and organizations receiving equitable share of financial assistance (635 over the MTEF) Programmes targeting vulnerable groups (42 programmes over the MTEF)

PROGRAMME 2: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 2013/14 R’ 000 25 PROGRAMME 2: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 2013/14 R’ 000 25 2014/15 R’ 000 9, 363 10, 029 10, 682 Goods and services 17, 701 18, 728 19, 852 MGE (Goods and Services) 49, 970 62, 843 71, 000 Departmental agencies and accounts (subsidies to Playhouses and Arts Institutions) 514, 478 576, 226 605, 434 Non-profit institutions 6, 538 6, 898 7, 312 Households (Project funding) 41, 650 43, 645 45, 995 296 312 331 718, 681 760, 606 Machinery and equipment Total 639, 99 6

26 PLAYHOUSES Arts Institutions Hosting Province 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 26 PLAYHOUSES Arts Institutions Hosting Province 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Artscape WC 44, 985 47, 821 50, 755 Market Theatre GP 24, 611 26, 196 27, 810 Windybrow Theatre GP 9, 469 10, 082 10, 703 Performing Arts Centre of The Free State FS 33, 250 35, 487 37, 690 Playhouse Company KZN 38, 488 40, 970 43, 495 State Theatre GP 39, 706 42, 393 45, 028 190, 520 202, 949 215, 481 Total

27 ARTS INSTITUTIONS Arts Institutions Hosting Province 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 27 ARTS INSTITUTIONS Arts Institutions Hosting Province 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Business Arts of South Africa Gauteng 6, 538 National Film and Video Foundation Total Allocation Gauteng 86, 442 105, 223 111, 588 National Arts Council Gauteng 87, 527 88, 054 93, 365 6, 898 7, 312

PROGRAMME 3: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs A translation and editing service to PROGRAMME 3: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs A translation and editing service to government departments • 28 Develop, promote and protect all • official languages through policy formulation and implementation • • Coordinate and monitor government language structures in implementing the National Language Policy Framework • Functional translation and editing as per clients request Promulgation of the South African Language Practitioners' Council (SALPC) Act Bursaries to undergraduate and graduate students (420 bursaries over the MTEF) Picture bilingual books produced and published in indigenous official languages plus English and Afrikaans Convene Language Forums

PROGRAMME 3: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS…CONT Strategic Objective 29 Outputs Specialized multilingual • terminologies in PROGRAMME 3: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS…CONT Strategic Objective 29 Outputs Specialized multilingual • terminologies in official languages • to facilitate communication in various domains Number of domains developed (14 domains over the MTEF) Multilingual terminologies developed per domain Coordinate and facilitate human language technology (HLT) developments and activities Functional Virtual National Centre for Human Language Technologies (NCHLT) – consisting of text and speech development, and resource management Multilingual telephone-based information system Phase 2 (LWAZI-II) completed Implementation of the Declaration between DAC and Dutch Language Union on collaboration in field of HLT • • •

30 PROGRAMME 3: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 30 PROGRAMME 3: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 23, 138 25, 510 27, 614 Goods and services 3, 417 3, 613 3, 795 Departmental agencies and accounts (PANSALB) 69, 480 78, 180 83, 497 Households (Project funding) 14, 841 15, 797 16, 746 Machinery and equipment 974 1, 028 1, 090 111, 850 124, 128 132, 742 Total

PROGRAMME 4 A: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS 31 Strategic Objective Outputs Research and innovation which PROGRAMME 4 A: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS 31 Strategic Objective Outputs Research and innovation which informs policies and strategies that create and sustain an enabling environment and improve the regulatory framework • Cultural industries sector policy briefs/frameworks developed, approved and implemented (Craft, , Music, Events and Technical Services, Design, Film, Visual Arts and Cultural Observatory) Strategic support for cultural industries value chain and create opportunities towards human capital development and entrepreneurial (economic opportunities) activities • Sector bodies established and supported (Functional National Design Council; Functioning Books and Publishing sector body; Functioning Events & Technical Services sector body) • Institutional capacity – Functional National Art Bank; provincial Film Commissions and one continuous functional Pan African Film Body; A functional Na. CISA; Functional Sourcing Enterprise • Focused intellectual property development through support and investment to the Association of Independent Recording Companies of South African (AIRCO)

PROGRAMME 4 A: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS…CONT 32 Strategic Objective Outputs Strategic support for cultural PROGRAMME 4 A: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS…CONT 32 Strategic Objective Outputs Strategic support for cultural industries value chain and create opportunities towards human capital development and entrepreneurial (economic opportunities) activities • • • Craft Hubs established Functional Fashion hubs established Phase 1 of Downtown Music Hub Business Plan and structural development proposal Promotion of the sector nationally and internationally through awareness, marketing and distribution • National and international Cultural Industries events staged, supported and participated in (93 over the MTEF) i. e. design/fashion, visual arts, film, Mushito, music, international literary festivals and book Fairs Co-production Treaties signed Local content products produced in different genres (120 over the MTEF) • •

PROGRAMME 4 B: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Promote the growth of the PROGRAMME 4 B: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Promote the growth of the arts, culture and heritage internationally through participation in global cultural dialogue • 33 • • Promote and consolidate the • cultural agenda continentally and • internationally • Signing of Continental Multilateral Treaty (Charter for African Cultural Renaissance) Implementation of the SADC Cultural Programmes Review of implementation of the Cultural Diversity Convention Development and implementation of the two year IBSA cultural agreement Implementation of phase 2 and review phase 1 of the Rock Art Project between SA, Mozambique, Botswana and Mexico Approve, implement, assess and review outcomes of RDP Complete, consult and review ODA policy strategy and procedures document Identify SA projects from all provinces to be funded through ODA

34 PROGRAMME 4: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees Goods and services 34 PROGRAMME 4: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees Goods and services MGE (Goods and Services) Households (Project funding) Machinery and equipment Total 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 21, 361 22, 860 24, 329 27, 183 113, 500 28, 594 156, 867 30, 309 205, 893 17, 855 18, 952 19, 983 511 539 571 180, 410 227, 812 281, 085

PROGRAMME 5: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective 35 Outputs To preserve, protect and promote PROGRAMME 5: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective 35 Outputs To preserve, protect and promote • South Africa’s cultural and heraldic heritage through policies and legislation for socioeconomic development, social • cohesion and national identity. Policies/legislative instruments developed and/or reviewed (Living Heritage Policy; Underwater Cultural Heritage Policy; Digitisation Policy; National Museums Policy; Legacy Projects Policy; Cultural Laws Third Amendment Bill) An established national database containing a representative list and a list of endangered living heritage for its preservation Redress past imbalances through • the establishment and upgrading of commemorative Heritage sites and institutions. Heritage projects (Site clearance for the construction of Sarah Bartmann Center of Remembrance; phase two of J L Dube master plan; Bambatha statue completed; Khoi-San Heritage Route; Construction and completion of Ncome and OR Tambo sites; Matola memorial) Publish Government Gazette of approved names •

PROGRAMME 5: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS 36 Strategic Objective Outputs Develop strategic partnerships with different PROGRAMME 5: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS 36 Strategic Objective Outputs Develop strategic partnerships with different stakeholders for the promotion of heritage and heraldry in South Africa. • Implement the heritage human resources development strategy as part of human capital development • Bursaries awarded Preserve and promote cultural heritage through the commemoration and celebration of historic and national days as well as the popularisation of national symbols • Heritage and historic days held (Nelson Mandela Day; Freedom Day Celebrations; Dulcie September Memorial Lecture; Commemoration of the Samora Machel Tragedy; Matola Raid Commemoration; Day of Reconciliation) National flags and flag poles installed in schools National symbols exhibitions and workshops National Orders Award Ceremonies Co-hosted • • Mo. A between Department of Arts and Culture and Department of Tourism Implementation of the DAC’s obligations to UNESCO agreements

PROGRAMME 5: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 37 2014/15 R’ 000 PROGRAMME 5: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 37 2014/15 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 15, 470 16, 531 17, 777 Goods and services Departmental agencies and accounts (Subsidies to Heritage Institutions) Non-profit institutions (Engelenburg Art Collection) 45, 585 47, 565 50, 417 671, 096 756, 762 801, 278 259 273 289 Households (Project funding) 11, 439 13, 867 14, 614 Machinery and equipment 394 416 441 744, 243 835, 414 884, 816 Total

HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS Heritage Institutions Hosting Province 38 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS Heritage Institutions Hosting Province 38 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ 000 Afrikaanse Taalmuseum WC 4, 528 4, 832 5, 132 Engelenburg House Art Collection GP 259 Freedom Park Trust GP 62, 301 66, 372 70, 470 Iziko Museums of Cape Town WC 57, 672 61, 515 65, 331 Luthuli Museum KZN 7, 030 7, 465 7, 922 Natal Museum KZN 15, 325 16, 359 17, 376 National Heritage Council GP 50, 063 53, 043 56, 262 273 289

HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS (CONT. ) 39 Hosting Province 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS (CONT. ) 39 Hosting Province 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ 000 National Museum FS 34, 677 37, 380 39, 695 Nelson Mandela Museum EC 17, 586 18, 631 19, 763 Robben Island Museum WC 58, 876 62, 843 66, 749 South African Heritage Resources Agency WC 41, 037 43, 666 46, 417 National English Literary Museum EC 7, 622 8, 148 8, 657 KZN 10, 529 11, 236 11, 935 Heritage Institutions Voortrekker/Msunduzi Museum

HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS (CONT. ) 40 Hosting Province 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ HERITAGE INSTITUTIONS (CONT. ) 40 Hosting Province 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 R ’ 000 R’ 000 War Museum of the Boer Republics FS 7, 212 7, 697 8, 176 William Humphreys Art Gallery NC 5, 271 5, 613 5, 960 Ditsong Museum GP 58, 417 62, 450 66, 350 Heritage Institutions Total 436, 405 467, 523 496, 484

PROGRAMME 6: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Administer legislation, advise, collect, manage, preserve PROGRAMME 6: OBJECTIVES AND OUTPUTS Strategic Objective Outputs Administer legislation, advise, collect, manage, preserve and make accessible archival and library information and to regulate the management of records in governmental bodies • • • Archival records identified/inventoried and transferred/donated Archival records data-coded, accessed and consulted PAIA requests approved Increase understanding, use and appreciation of the archival, library and information services • • • Outreach programmes implemented Oral History Conferences organized annual National Archival Week Awareness To provide infrastructural facilities and tools in support of quality library and archival services • • Functional NAAIRS system Community libraries built and upgraded Develop and implement policy and legislative frameworks for archives and libraries • Approved and implemented report on the National Braille production needs in South Africa Community Libraries Bill approved National Archives Act and Regulation amended • • 41

42 PROGRAMME 6: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 2013/14 R’ 000 42 PROGRAMME 6: BUDGET SUMMARY 2012/13 R’ 000 Compensation of employees 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 30, 559 32, 415 34, 407 Goods and services 15, 417 Provinces and municipalities (Conditional Grant on Community Libraries) 564, 574 Departmental agencies and accounts (Subsidies to Public Entities) 180, 777 16, 143 17, 110 597, 786 631, 614 127, 015 142, 467 Non-profit institutions (Blind SA) 6, 076 6, 410 6, 795 Households (Project funding) 1, 179 1, 439 1, 517 Machinery and equipment 889 939 995 Total 799, 471 782, 147 834, 905

43 LIBRARIES Libraries 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 National 43 LIBRARIES Libraries 2012/13 R ’ 000 2013/14 R’ 000 2014/15 R’ 000 National Library of South Africa (GP) 63, 096 68, 117 72, 387 National Library of South Africa (Community Libraries) (GP) 3, 102 3, 272 3, 468 Blind South Africa (GP) 6, 076 6, 410 6, 795 South African Library for the Blind (EC) 14, 579 15, 626 16, 612 86, 853 93, 425 Total 99, 262

YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME Project Details Hosting Province Launch of the JL Dube Legacy YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME Project Details Hosting Province Launch of the JL Dube Legacy Project Restoration and upgrading of Dube’s grave; Restoration of his house into an interpretative centre; Development and mounting of an exhibition; Appointment of governance and staff; Acquisition of assets for the centre KZN Arab Priest Launch of the Arab Priest exhibition; MOU Signing ceremony; Permit signing ceremony; Media Release WC (Iziko) OR Tambo Project Replace Existing bust with Statue; Site Perimeter fencing & security; Garden of Remembrance, Interpretative Centre; Construction of offices, Tea Garden, Craft Centre; Youth Leadership School of Innovation; Upgrading of the O R Tambo Family Homestead EC Pondo Revolt on Inquza The DAC has made money available for capital works for the site Hill Independent Development Trust has been appointed as the service provider; Development of the Heritage Centre EC Celebration of the Event to celebrate the Declaration of the monument as a National Declaration of the heritage site was hosted on the 16 March 2012 Voortrekker Monument as National heritage Site GP 44

YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME…CONT 45 Project Details Hosting Province Liberation Heritage Route: Site Evaluation YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME…CONT 45 Project Details Hosting Province Liberation Heritage Route: Site Evaluation and Selection (National Preliminary assessment of condition of sites and infrastructure; Conceptual, planning and implementation framework with host governments; Visit liberation sites in Angola, Zambia, Tanzania and Russia. All provinces Liberation Heritage Pilot Project Identification of three sites per province for development into a commemorative site. These include Interpretative Centres, Memorials and Monuments; Develop of a costing model for the development of each site; Development of a project development schedule for each site in the provincial NHLR; Present conceptual, implementation and funding framework to IMC; Launch project after approval; Engage partners in SADC All provinces Repatriation of the Human Remains of Klaas and Trooi Pienaar Development of a Policy on Human Remains; Ceremony to receive remains. NC Madiba House Implementation Framework Development of the Integrated Conservation Management Plan (ICMP); Drafting of the MOU between the DAC; DPW; and the Department of Correctional Services; Decision on the institutional management of the site as part of Iziko Museum or Cape Town, Robben Island Museum or Free standing entity. GP

YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME…CONT 46 Project Details Hosting Province Unveiling of the Matola Raid YEAR OF HERITAGE PROGRAMME…CONT 46 Project Details Hosting Province Unveiling of the Matola Raid Memorial Project (Cross-border – hosted by Mozambique) Construction of the monument and interpretative centre; Cross-border Development and mounting of the exhibition; Appointment of Council and staff; and Acquisition of the institution’s assets A Report on the Audit of Intangible Cultural Heritage Mapping of the intangible cultural heritage from the 9 provinces; and All provinces Establishing the national database on the cultures and traditions of all the people of South Africa Anglo Boer War DVD, Coffee Table Photo Publication and Educational Booklet Anglo Boer War Publications – Black participation; Rehabilitation of Maphikela House, Dr Moroke House and Ms Madilikizela-Mandela House FS Unveiling of Steve Biko Heritage Centre A museum; Archive and Library Resource Centre; Commemorative Garden; Honouring human rights activists; Training rooms; Conference Centre; Cultural performance and Production spaces; A community media Centre; and Retail spaces. EC Unveiling of //HAPO// at The completion of //hapo: the museum element of the Freedom Park; GP Freedom Park Install the seven epochs exhibition

SOME PROVINCE-SPECIFIC PROGRAMME Project 47 Details Public Art Programme The public art programme will SOME PROVINCE-SPECIFIC PROGRAMME Project 47 Details Public Art Programme The public art programme will involve large-scale, labour intensive public art programmes and small scale, community-based initiatives. In addition to direct impacts, the public art works will attract additional commissions for practitioners - NC, FS, KZN and LP Trendsetter Initiative is a National Youth Service programme of the department, to skill the youth towards employability and civic responsibility – All provinces Cultural Events A programme of cultural events / extravaganzas will be developed in all 9 provinces to animate the sector, encourage audience development and visitation to every corner of the country. Pilot phase: Eastern Cape – Grahamstown festival; Free State – Macufe; Limpopo – Mapungubwe festival; Mpumalanga – Macfest; Northern Cape – Diamonds and Doorns festival, Kalahari Desert festival; North West – Calabash Placement of Arts Practitioners in schools 250 practitioners in schools

SOME PROVINCE-SPECIFIC PROGRAMME 48 Project Details Cultural precincts First phase: Bloemfontein – The Waaihoek SOME PROVINCE-SPECIFIC PROGRAMME 48 Project Details Cultural precincts First phase: Bloemfontein – The Waaihoek Historical Precinct located in the centre of the city of Bloemfontein, extending into the Batho Township; Durban – Arts and Culture Precinct incorporating historically important landmarks, the Playhouse Company and the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra; Cape Town – Eastern Precinct incorporating the Castle, Grand Parade, Company’s Gardens, Fan Walk; Nelspruit – Gateway to the Kruger National Park; Johannesburg – Newtown Cultural Precinct (additional implementation Touring venture A venture will be established to ensure that exhibitions and performances are supported to tour domestically and internationally, including touring to remote areas of the country to provide access to marginalised audiences and to sustain jobs. Information centres will be established at cultural precincts and elsewhere to provide information about what the sector has to offer, including virtual experiences, to encourage audience development and encourage circulation to sites and places.

FLAGS IN SCHOOLS 49 Distribution of 3000 flags Western Cape; 303 Northen Cape; 66 FLAGS IN SCHOOLS 49 Distribution of 3000 flags Western Cape; 303 Northen Cape; 66 Gauteng; 530 Kwa. Zulu-Natal; 411 North West; 366 Eastern Cape; 410 Limpopo; 202 Free State; 330 Mpumalanga; 382

COMMUNITY LIBRARIES Distribution of the R 565 million budgeted for 2012/13 Western Cape, 56 COMMUNITY LIBRARIES Distribution of the R 565 million budgeted for 2012/13 Western Cape, 56 129 000 Eastern Cape, 78 058 000 North West, 64 973 000 Free State, 50 304 000 Northern Cape, 72 395 000 Mpumalanga, 68 822 000 Gauteng, 56 452 000 Limpopo, 68 822 000 Kwa. Zulu-Natal, 48 619 000 50

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