WCCC: Call for nominations for candidates to serve on the Western Cape Cultural Commission | Western Cape Government

WCCC: Call for nominations for candidates to serve on the Western Cape Cultural Commission

(Department of Cultural Affairs & Sport, Western Cape Government)

The Western Cape Provincial Parliaments Standing Committee on Cultural Affairs and Sport invites nominations for candidates to represent all the communities of the Province by serving on the Western Cape Cultural Commission (WCCC) for its new term of office. The aim of the Commission is to preserve, promote and develop culture in the Western Cape in accordance with policy laid down by the Minister responsible for Cultural Affairs.

The WCCC was established to give effect to the requirements of the WCCC and Cultural Councils Act, 1998 (Act 14 of 1998), and the Constitution of the Western Cape.

REQUIREMENTS: Nominees must be -

  • South African citizens
  • Permanent residents of the Western Cape
  • Representative as far as possible of the cultural diversity of the people of the Western Cape.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Nominees must have -

  • Expertise in business studies, marketing and management practices
  • Knowledge and understanding of cultural diversity, cultural history, social anthropology, performing arts and languages
  • The ability to formulate and develop policy.

Click here for the nomination form.

Nominations must be made on the prescribed nomination form and submitted no later than 12:00 on 14 September 2018.

Requests for nomination forms and any enquiries can be referred to Mr Waseem Matthews (tel. 021 487 1741, fax: 021 487 1685, postal address: PO Box 648, Cape Town 8000, e-mail: wmatthews@wcpp.gov.za).

Nomination forms are also available on the Western Cape Provincial Parliament’s website.

Issued by Mr RD Mackenzie.

The content on this page was last updated on 31 August 2018