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====[[2019 PROVINCIAL LANGUAGE ENRICHMENT COMPETITIONS]]====
 
Language is the basis of all thinking and learning. We need to ensure that learners are motivated about learning as a society, because learning create opportunities for all children to succeed in life.
 
 
The Free State Department of Education (FSDoE) in partnership with the Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) will host the 2019 Provincial Competitions on Language Development and Enrichment at the President Hotel in Bloemfontein from 2 to 6 September.
 
[[2019 PROVINCIAL LANGUAGE ENRICHMENT COMPETITIONS|Read more...]]
 
 
====[[NATIONAL BOOK WEEK 2019]]====
 
National Book Week is the most recognized reading promotion campaign in South Africa, implemented by the South African Book Development Council (SABDC) in partnership with the national Department of Sport, Arts and Culture. It is an important initiative and encouraging the nation to value reading as a fun and pleasurable activity and to showcase how reading can easily be incorporated into one’s daily lifestyle.
 
[[NATIONAL BOOK WEEK 2019|Read more...]]
 
 
====[[2019 PROVINCIAL INDIGENOUS GAMES]]====
 
The Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) in partnership with the Department of Education, School Indigenous Code Structures and Federations will host the 2019 Provincial Indigenous Games to celebrate indigenous sport codes that were previously neglected as a result of western influences on African civilization.
 
[[2019 PROVINCIAL INDIGENOUS GAMES|Read more...]]
 
 
====[[MUSICON TO HOST SOLOIST SINGING COMPETITION]]====
 
The Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) will host the 2019 edition of the Free State MUSICON Soloist Singing Competition in a bid to develop and promote a singing culture in the Province. Since its inception eleven years ago, this competition has become a catalyst in bringing soloists from all walks of life together. The purpose of this competition is to promote solo singing and to discover new talent.
 
[[MUSICON TO HOST SOLOIST SINGING COMPETITION|Read more...]]
 
 
====[[DSACR TO HOST BLOEM UNITE FESTIVAL]]====
 
The Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) has embarked on a programme to support and uplift local artists and DJs in the City of Mangaung. In this regard the Department will host a music festival
 
under the auspice of the Young Patriots Programme – a flagship of National Youth Service Programme of the national Department of Sport, Arts and Culture.
 
[[DSACR TO HOST BLOEM UNITE FESTIVAL|Read more...]]
 
 
 
====[[AUDITIONS FOR FREE STATE MASS CHOIR TO BE HELD]]====
 
====[[AUDITIONS FOR FREE STATE MASS CHOIR TO BE HELD]]====
 
On 09 July 2019 the Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Ms. Limakatso Mahasa presented her maiden Budget Vote speech at the Fourth Raadsaal in which she stated that, “[During] this financial year we will establish our own Free State Provincial Mass Choir which is similar to the internationally acclaimed Soweto Gospel Choir.” This injunction is yet another initiative by the Department to ensure that choral music in the Free State Province is promoted and developed further.
 
On 09 July 2019 the Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Ms. Limakatso Mahasa presented her maiden Budget Vote speech at the Fourth Raadsaal in which she stated that, “[During] this financial year we will establish our own Free State Provincial Mass Choir which is similar to the internationally acclaimed Soweto Gospel Choir.” This injunction is yet another initiative by the Department to ensure that choral music in the Free State Province is promoted and developed further.

Revision as of 10:09, 13 September 2019

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RECENT EVENTS
2019 FREE STATE SPORT AWARDS
2019 FREE STATE SPORT AWARDS
2019 FREE STATE SPORT AWARDS
UPCOMING EVENTS

AUDITIONS FOR FREE STATE MASS CHOIR TO BE HELD

On 09 July 2019 the Free State MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation Ms. Limakatso Mahasa presented her maiden Budget Vote speech at the Fourth Raadsaal in which she stated that, “[During] this financial year we will establish our own Free State Provincial Mass Choir which is similar to the internationally acclaimed Soweto Gospel Choir.” This injunction is yet another initiative by the Department to ensure that choral music in the Free State Province is promoted and developed further. Read more...

OTHER MEDIA RELEASES

DSACR CONGRATULATES MOLEFI NTSEKI ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS BAFANA BAFANA COACH

The Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) hereby congratulates Mr. Molefi Ntseki on his appointment as the new head coach for South Africa’s national soccer team – Bafana Bafana. Originally born in Excelsior and spent the pinnacle of his coaching career in Welkom, Mr. Ntseki has contributed immensely towards the development of football within youth structures in South Africa. Read more...

Mangaung Strings Programme

Mangaung Strings Programme Application Forms:

2019 FREE STATE SPORT AWARDS RESULTS

On 16 August 2019 the Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation (DSACR) in partnership with the Free State Sport Confederation (FSSC) presented the 2019 edition of the Free State Sport Awards to reward Free State sport stars for their efforts in keeping the passion of sport alive in the hearts of millions of Free Staters through their efforts in local, national and international sports events. The Free State Sport Awards were held at the Free State Rugby Stadium in Bloemfontein and were created to recognize and honour individuals and teams who have excelled both on and off the field. Read more...

FS ATHLETES SHINE AT WORLD PARA ATHLETICS JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2019 World Para Athletics Junior Championships took place in Nottwil, Switzerland from 01 – 04 August 2019. At these championships Obed Lekhele and Arina Nicholaisen who both hail from the Free State Province were selected to represent South Africa. Lekhele won silver in the T42 High Jump male u/20 event while Nicholaisen broke the 2001 Senior World Record in the T38 800m Female u/20 event with a time of 2:35,83. Read more...

SACR MEC Budget Vote Speech 2019-2020

SACR MEC Budget Vote Speech 2019-2020

Annual Performance Plan

Annual Performance Plan of 2019-2020 (21MB)

The MEC,
Ms. Limakatso Patricia Mahasa
The HOD,
Mr R.S. Malope
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National Anthem Instrumental mp3
National Anthem Choir mp3
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AU Anthem mp3
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Pre-amble to the Constitution mp3
Pre-amble to the Bill of Responsibility mp3