South African Cultural Observatory National Conference

Nwabisa Kolisi

She holds an Honours and Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at the NMMU. Nwabisa Kolisi commenced her professional careers as an Intern Economist at Eastern Cape Development Corporation. In her roles, Nwabisa Kolisi’s experience spanned from being responsible in assisting in conducting Eastern Cape quarterly economic reviews, conduct trade and investment analysis and compiling Eastern Cape Budget Analysis. Nwabisa has previously participated in socio-economic impact assessment research project at ECDC in the Eastern Cape economy.Nwabisa Kolisi continued her career at Anda Consulting as a Research Assistant and her duties included conducting economic research for Projects managers, conducting

Nwabisa Kolisi continued her career at Anda Consulting as a Research Assistant and her duties included conducting economic research for Projects managers, conducting socio-economic impact assessment, primary data collection, data analysis, assist in policy development and provide administrative support to the Project Managers.  Nwabisa also participated in compilation of manual design of housing consumer education for the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality Currently, she is an assistant lecturer at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University of the department of Economics lecturing research methodology; and research survey techniques and assist with Econometrics tutorials. Together with her experience, Nwabisa is completing her Masters of Philosophy in Development Finance.

Nwabisa Kolisi

Nwabisa Kolisi

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.

SOUTH AFRICAN CULTURAL OBSERVATORY
Address: 21-23 Donkin Street, Donkin Creative Precinct, Central, Port Elizabeth
Tel: +27 (0)41 504 4930
E-mail: 2017SacoConference@nmmu.ac.za
Website: www.southafricanculturalobservatory.co.za