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News and Speeches for Department of Cultural Affairs & Sport

Minister Marais empowers Swartland sport clubs with much needed equipment

24 February 2021

As we safely move forward in the Western Cape, Minister Anroux Marais handed over much needed sport equipment to sport clubs in the Swartland Municipality at the Malmesbury Care Facility yesterday, 23 February 2021. Read More

DCAS takes Social Cohesion Conversations, Writers Workshop to Khayelitsha

23 February 2021

The role of arts culture and the true value of writing and reading were the focus at Harare Library in Khayelitsha on Friday, 19 February 2021, as the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport hosted two separate events. Read More

DCAS launches groundbreaking isiXhosa netball rulebook

23 February 2021

The Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport launched the Xhosa Netball rulebook on 22 February 2021. Read More

Minister Marais celebrates International Mother Language Day

22 February 2021

Annually on 21 February we commemorate International Mother Language Day and in celebration, Minister Anroux Marais delivered the welcoming address at the Pan South African Language Board (PANSALB) and partners virtual conf Read More

Minister Marais launches first of its kind isiXhosa netball rulebook

22 February 2021

In celebration of International Mother Language Day commemorated yesterday, Minister Marais, today, launched the very first isiXhosa Netball Rulebook, the third code to be published in the Western Cape, following chess and Read More

DCAS call for annual funding project applications officially opens tomorrow

4 February 2021

Minister Anroux Marais is happy to announce that the call for annual funding project applications for 2021/22 by the Western Cape Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) officially opens on Friday, 5 February 2021.  Read More

DCAS working to forge new norm for safe initiation once nationally permitted

21 January 2021

While customary initiation in the Western Cape is still suspended under the adjusted Alert Level 3 regulations (promulgated under the Disaster Management Act), the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport (DCAS) has proactively Read More