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SOCIAL SUPPORT TO FREE STATE (FS) ARTISTS APPLICATION In addition to the Relief Fund and 4IR resources made available to mitigate against widespread cancellation of festivals, music concerts, exhibitions, productions and other events in the wake of the COVID 19 Pandemic, the FSACC has now extended the scope to include social support to Free State artists and creative industry workers infected or affected by the COVID 19 pandemic.

Download the application form here: Social Support Application FSACC

RECENT EVENTS

DSACR BUDGET VOTE 2020

SPEECH OF THE MEC FOR SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION, MS. LIMAKATSO PATRICIA MAHASA, ON THE TABLING OF THE BUDGET VOTE – 12 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SPORT, ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION, 29 JULY 2020


UPCOMING EVENTS

DSACR TO HOST BUA NDODA – FATHER AND SON DIALOGUE

The high prevalence of abuse perpetrated by men against women and children in our society has propelled the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) to initiate a dialogue that will serve as a platform for men of all ages, across generations, to frankly discuss challenges that they face and critically address the scourge of abuse that continuously rears itself within our communities. In this regard, DSACR will host “Bua Ndoda – Father and Son Dialogue”. Read more...

OTHER MEDIA RELEASES

DSACR MOURNS PASSING OF SPORT JOURNALIST – MYZER MABELENG

It is with shock and sadness that the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) has received news of the untimely passing of Ms. Myzer Mabeleng – a sport journalist and broadcaster who was also a National Executive Committee member of the Bloemfontein Celtic Football Club supporters’ association. Read more...

FREE STATE PROVINCIAL HERITAGE DAY CELEBRATIONS

On the 24th of September 2020 South Africans will be celebrating the 26th edition of Heritage Day under the theme: “Promotion of Indigenous Languages”. Through Heritage Day celebrations, the Department aims to promote heritage landscape transformation of the Free State Province, reaffirm the significance of our heritage as part of our national identity, and promote unity and diversity among all of the South African society. Read more...

COVID-19 RELIEF FUND FOR ARTISTS AND ATHELETES APPEALS PROCESS OUTCOMES

The appeals process for the COVID-19 Relief Fund for Artists and Athletes has to come an end. This now brings finality to the long and protracted Relief Fund for Artists and Athletes process that started around March/April 2020 following the Declaration of a State of Disaster by His Excellency President Cyril Ramaphosa. Read more...

DSACR CELEBRATES TOP 16 IDOLS CONTESTANTS FROM FREE STATE

It is with a great sense of joy and pride that the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) has learnt about the selection of two (2) Free State singers into the Top 16 of South African Idols. Namely, these singers are Sibongile “Bongi” Mtambo from Welkom and Boitumelo “Be” Mohutsioa from Mangaung. News of their selection into the Top 16 of South African Idols has been received with jubilation across the Free State Province and the Department encourages all the people of our province to demonstrate their unwavering support to both Be and Bongi through voting as soon as voting lines are opened. Read more...

KARLA PRETORIUS WINS GLOBAL WOMAN IN SPORT ACCOLADE AT 2020 G-SPORT AWARDS

The Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) takes this opportunity to congratulate Karla Pretorius – a Free State-born international netball star – on winning the Global Woman in Sport award at the 2020 edition of the Momentum G-Sport Awards held on 31 August 2020. This new award seeks to honour a woman, who is impacting sport globally, and going the extra mile to put women’s sport on the map internationally. Read more...

Statement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on covid-19-epidemic

click here to read the statement

Annual Performance Plan

Annual Performance Plan of 2019-2020 (21MB)


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The MEC,
Ms. Limakatso Patricia Mahasa
The HOD,
Mr R.S. Malope
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