South African Cultural Observatory National Conference

Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi

Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi is Programs Manager at Amagugu International Heritage Centre (AIHC), a community based heritage enterprise in the rural Matobo District of Zimbabwe. Through curating participatory cultural activities such as traditional games, dance and music, Butho is passionate about preserving and promoting tangible and intangible indigenous cultural heritage. A holder of a Master of Science Degree in Development Studies, Butho is a professional arts administrator and creative entrepreneur with eight years of experience. Cognisant of a world that is globalizing, Butho is keen to promote a thriving minority cultures movement. Butho is a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow, a prestigious leadership development program for young African leaders by the Department of State, United States of America.

Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi

Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi

Cultural Observatory issues call for National Conference papers

January 31, 2017: THE SOUTH African Cultural Observatory (SACO) today announced the theme for its national conference of the arts, heritage and culture sectors.

2016 National Conference Highlights

Watch the SACO 'National Conference 2016 - Counting Culture' highlights video featuring interviews with some of the speakers and participants; and conference insights and lessons.

About the South African Cultural Observatory

Led by the Department of Arts and Culture, and hosted by NMMU, the SACO is a statistical research institute which charts the impact of the cultural and creative industries in South Africa.

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