Department Of Arts And Culture Sports And Recreation

Department Of Arts And Culture Sports And Recreation

Department Of Arts And Culture Sports And Recreation, The mission of the Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is to work in an integrated manner to create an enabling environment and accelerated social transformation for sporting, artistic and cultural excellence, by facilitating talent identification and development in partnership with key stakeholders

Department of Culture, Sports and Recreation

Ms Norah Mahlangu

MEC for Sport, Culture and Recreation: Ms Norah-Mahlangu

 

Vision

Create access to equitable and quality services on Culture, Sports and Information

Mission

Through stimulating and developing cultural, sporting and informational capacities of the people

Strategic Goals
  • Acknowledging cultural diversity, cultural heritage and promote unity by affirming, conserving and celebrating peopleā€™s way of life whilst establishing culture as an economic investment
  • Creating a reading and learning culture to empower people to make informed decisions
  • Improving the quality of life by maintaining healthy minds and bodies through active participation in culture, sports and recreation

Arts and Culture

Key objectives
  • To develop and promote living culture, cultural villages, indigenous technologies, film and video industry, arts industry, marginalized languages, literature and religious programmes
  • To co-ordinate, monitor, support and/or fund programmes by Provincial Geographic Names Committee (PGNC), Mpumalanga Arts and Culture Council (MACC), Pan South African Language Board (PanSAlb), Moral Regeneration Movement, CRAM and other relevant stakeholders.
Programmes to Communities
  • Facilitation and coordination of Mpumalanga Arts and Culture Programmes
  • Letsa Letsemba mobile craft project enhance the skills in crafters and artists
  • Establishment of arts and culture forums in regions.
  • Provincial Geographical Names Committee (PGNC) programmes and the Mpumalanga Arts and Culture Council funding programmes
  • Offer and/or coordinate workshops on film and video, drama, stage management, indigenous music, poverty alleviation projects
  • Encourage communities to visit cultural villages and to use those facalities for community events
  • Co-ordinate moral regeneration and Nepad chapter affairs
  • Facilitation of unity and tolerance programmes within different religions
  • Promote provincially marginalised languages namely isiNdebele and isiSati and establishment of their Terminology in different field of education through the Provincial Language Committee

Sports and Recreation

Key Objectives
  • To advance sport and recreation for the benefit of communities
  • To provide sport and recreation facilities, promote indigenous games, streamline and responsibilities for all stakeholders as well facilitation of transformation and development programmes in sport & recreation
Programmes to Communities
  • Upgrading and renovating sports and recreation facilities
  • Promotion of Sports Letsema, the spirit of volunteerism
  • Facilitation of capacity building programmes
  • Promotion of indigenous games in communities
  • Co-ordination of South Africa Games programmes
  • Facilitation of Farm and Rural recreation programmes
  • Together with municipalities facilitate the democratic formation of sport councils/bodies
  • Provide funding for federations and other sporting institutions.
  • Promotion of mass participation programmes
  • Promotion, regulation and monitoring of transformation sport
  • Promotion of Maputo-Mpumalanga MOU through youth games and civil servant sport.
  • Facilitation of the Siyadlala Programme in identified communities
  • Heritage & Library Information Services

Heritage & Library Information Services

Key Objectives
  • Establish and improve library infrastructure
  • Electronic linking of public libraries to provide electronic access to information
  • Marketing and promoting of Library & Information Services
  • Provision of Regional Library Services to public libraries through regional libraries
  • Facilitation and Establishment of Cenotaph projects
  • Promotion, transforming and restoration of Museums and heritage sites
  • Establishment of Archive Centre for preservation of archive material
  • Collaboration with other Heritage statutory bodies and NGOs
  • Manage grants to Heritage Institutions, e.g. SAHRA
  • Establishment of Cultural Museums
  • Facilitate the Provisions of Provincial Archival Infrastructure
  • Provision of record management and Archival Services
Programmes to Communities
  • Purchasing, marketing, promotion, processing and provisioning of library material to more than 139 public libraries and 1 Central Reference Library
  • Effective use of electronic information networks
  • Establishment of regional cenoptaphs
  • Provision of efficient museum services
  • Restoration & Revamping of Heritage sites
  • ManagementĀ  of administration of 6 Regional libraries
  • Provide Central Reference Library Services
  • Rendering professional support in library and information management activities and programmes
  • Campaign programmes that create awareness on national symbols, importance of archives and archival material, museums and heritage preservation.
Contact

No. 7 Government Boulevard
Building No. 4
Riverside Park
Extension 2
Nelspruit
1200
Tel: 013 766 5014/6/8/32
Fax: 013 766 5575/6/91

Website

http://dcsr.mpg.gov.za

Free State Department: Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Contact Details

Postal Private Bag X20606, Bloemfontein, 9300
Physical HOD Building, Sport & Recreation Grounds, Free State Psychiatric Complex
Tel 051 407 3520/22
Web www.fssacr.gov.za

Overview

The mission of the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is the creation of an enabling environment for social cohesion and nation-building by establishing structures of civil society to improve levels of governance and administration within sport, arts, culture and recreation; implementing inclusive programmes that enhance and retain Free State talent and capacity within sport, arts, culture and recreation, as well as ensuring development pathways towards healthy lifestyles and excellence; promoting intra and interparticipation and cooperation within all spheres of government; and promoting sport, arts and recreation tourism within and into the Free State province.
The Department’s strategic goals are to render efficient, effective and economic support services by conducting the overall and administrative support of the Department; ensure cultural diversity and the advancement of artistic disciplines into viable industries, and accelerate the transformation of the country’s heritage landscape; ensure access to reading, learning and information through the provision of public library services, and archive and records management services; and support Free State citizens who are and want to become actively involved in sport and recreation.
 

Gauteng Department: Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation

Contact Details

Postal Private Bag X33, Johannesburg, 2000
Physical 35 Rissik Street, Surrey House, Johannesburg, 2001
Tel 011 355 2500
Web www.gauteng.gov.za/government/departments/sport

Overview

The mission of the Gauteng Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation is to work in an integrated manner to create an enabling environment and accelerated social transformation for sporting, artistic and cultural excellence, by facilitating talent identification and development in partnership with key stakeholders; positioning the business of sport and creative industries as catalysts for sustainable economic growth; modernisation of the economy through the bidding and hosting of major sporting and cultural events; providing universal access to sport, arts, cultural activities, library, archival services and facilities; and identifying, promoting and preserving heritage.
The Department’s strategic goals are to enhance the implementation of integrated and sustainable sport, arts, culture and recreation programmes; identify, develop and nurture sport and artistic talent for competitive and major events; identify and preserve heritage, including the promotion of national days and symbols; inculcate a culture of reading and lifelong learning; preserve and make accessible the archival records of the province; and contribute to the developmental state and good governance.


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