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Apr 27 2012 3:01PM
 
Beyond Freedom Day dialogue, the role of business
The Minister of Arts and Culture, Paul Mashatile. Picture: Gallo Images
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Phuti Mosomane

The Minister of Arts and Culture, Paul Mashatile will engage delegates at The New Age Business briefing on Friday  4th May on topical issues such as name changes, Freedom Month and propose ways for business investment in SA heritage.

The minister will provide a review of Freedom month, discusses the current approach to name changes and the department's approach to enhancing the country’s heritage.

The New Age newspaper invites you to join the Minister of Arts and Culture, Mr Paul Mashatile on 4 May 2012 at 07:00 to 09:30am, Market Hall at GrandWest Casino, Cape Town

The breakfast will be broadcast live on SABC2 and is facilitated by SABC's MorningLive presenter, Peter Ndoro.

This event is aimed at providing a platform for robust and constructive discussions amongst the leaders of industry in South Africa.

As much as our diversity as a people divides our opinions on matters that affect our lives, we are united in the longing of seeing our country prosper and our people reach their goals.

The Business breakfast will be a great opportunity for business to engage and find ways to ensure the relevance and sustainability of the arts in SA and develop partnerships between business and the arts.

What is the importance of culture for development?  Join the conversation via Twitter #TNABizBrief and visit www.thenewage.co.za for latest news.

phutim@thenewage.co.za

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