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laying the foundation for greatness
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Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa will give a keynote address at the official opening of the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. http://bit.ly/1jCJZrt

Minister Mthethwa to address the National Arts Festival official opening | Department Of Arts and Culture
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As we mark the last day of #YouthMonth2014, what was your highlight of the month?
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The John Kani Theatre hosts the legend himself in his latest offering #Missing, be sure to book your tickets for this memorable and inspiring family drama.

The love story of note is based on a forgotten exile and his new found family. On his return to his homeland the truth reveals!

Book your tickets on 011 832 1641 ext 121
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Are you informed on how the Dept. of Arts and Culture is laying the foundation for greatness for the youth of today? http://bit.ly/LAYINGTHEFOUNDATIONFORGREATNESS
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Call for proposals for Infecting the City Public Arts Festival - http://bit.ly/1pH3G4Q

Call for proposals for Infecting the City Public Arts Festival | Department Of Arts and Culture
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Have you seen the 20 Years of Freedom Song yet? Let us know what you think. http://bit.ly/1m4ETK6

20 Years of Freedom Song - #ANIDEAL
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Tata Nelson Mandela's words continue to inspire...

(Image: The Nelson Mandela Foundation)
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Minister Nathi Mthethwa's keynote address during the opening of the new Kwanonqaba Library in Thusong Centre, Mossel Bay: http://bit.ly/1m4lIjA
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The total stock for the KwaNonqaba library is 21 156: 5 computer stations with free internet access for the public, Magazines and Newspapers for the public to read in the library or take out on loan, and access to resources in the rest of the Library Service in the Western Cape through inter library loans or through SABINET to academic and other special libraries who are connected on the library network in South Africa.
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