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News Highlights

Multi-Planting Season, Transport & Safety Month

MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison ,Mr Sipho Hlomuka along with the HOM for Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Thamsanqa Myeza takes part in the road to do car inspections, checking driver’s licenses, car discs and car conditions.

2023 KZN Disability Games

The 2023 Provincial Disability Games was hosted successfully in various venues around Durban on Saturday, 11 November. The programme enables persons with disabilities to participate in competitive sporting activities.

Leather Workshop

A TOTAL of 35 leather crafters completed the first phase of the Leather Workshop which is geared to empower crafters who produce leather products.

KZN Sport Awards 2023

The KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport, Arts and Culture showed respect and recognition to sportswomen and sportsmen who tirelessly and proudly represent the province.

Public Awareness Programme

Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”)  Public Awareness programme hosted by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport, Arts and Culture in Newcastle, Amajuba District Municipality on Thursday, 31 August 2023.

2023 KZN Sport Awards Nominations

KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Sport, Arts and Culture, Dr Ntuthuko Mahlaba has announced the opening of the nominations process for the 2023 KZN Sport Awards.

Women’s Month Seminar

The Department of Sport Arts and Cultures’ Library Services unit is gearing up for their Women’s month Seminar which is set to take place on the 17th August 2023 at Gamalakhe Public Library.

KZN Provincial Para Table Tennis Championships

The KwaZulu-Natal Table Tennis Association in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sport, Arts and Culture hosted the Provincial Para Table Tennis Championships.

Annual Archives Lecture

Prof. Langalibalele Mathenjwa, a linguist with many other achievements on his belt touched on the importance of museums and how they’ve preserved the rich cultural history of KwaZulu-Natal for the newer generations.

Annual Archives Open Lecture

The KZN Department of Sport, Arts and Culture through its KwaZulu-Natal Archives and Records Service will host its Annual Archives Open Lecture on Friday (21July 2023) at Fort Nongqayi Museum Village.

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December 2023