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ACEO Visit to Taung Centre

Updated: Jun 9

Our Acting CEO, Mr. Wessels Morweng, recently addressed the staff at the Taung Center with an inspiring message. Here are the key highlights:

🔸 Nurturing Talent: Staff members were reminded of their vital role in nurturing and honing talent within the creative sector. By performing their duties diligently, we can empower and inspire individuals to reach their full potential.

🔸 Maintaining Audit Outcomes: The importance of maintaining excellent audit outcomes was stressed, underscoring our commitment to transparency, accountability, and effective resource management.

🔸 Positive Image: Mr. Morweng encouraged staff to strive for diligent service delivery to the community we proudly serve. By going above and beyond, we can contribute to a positive and impactful image of our organization.

🔸 Cultivating Respect: Mr. Morweng emphasized that the culture of disregarding authority will not be tolerated. It is crucial for our staff to uphold respect and professionalism within our organization.

🔸 The Power of Creativity: In closing, Mr. Morweng reminded everyone that a creative mind is a spiritual mind capable of influencing and shaping the society we live in. Let's harness the power of creativity to bring about positive change and innovation.

At MACSF, we are driven by our shared vision and commitment to promoting arts, culture, and sports within our community. Together, let's continue to excel, uplift, and make a meaningful difference.

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Today, the Taung Cultural Calabash (TCC) stakeholder engagements kicked off at the Taung Center. The event was attended by esteemed speakers, including Mr. S Matane, the Acting Regional Director, Ms. P Mpahlwa, CFO, Mr. P Malatsi, and our very own CEO, Mr. W Morweng. It marked the first of many engagements that our entity will have with stakeholders.

During the meeting, the artists present were addressed, and the TCC's exciting plans were unveiled. The TCC will feature two main programs:

Programme 1-🎭 Auditions and Main Competition : 22 & 29 July, 5 & 12 August 2023, auditions will be held in various districts across the North West province. This will provide a platform for talented artists to showcase their skills and creativity. Final competition date to be communicated in due course: Proposed date : 02 September 2023.

🌟 TCC Main Festival: Proposed dates for the Main Festival;

23-25 September 2023. These festivities will encompass a range of exciting events, including a Kgotla event, music festival, lifestyle market, and theatre productions. The aim is to create a vibrant and inclusive celebration of arts, culture, and creativity. The Main Festival is going to be outsourced to a Service Privider over a 3 yr period effective from 2023.

During the stakeholder engagement, artists had the opportunity to voice their concerns and provide valuable advice regarding the festival plan presented. MACSF management is actively listening and taking these inputs into consideration.

To ensure effective collaboration and inclusivity, a TCC committee comprising relevant stakeholders will be formed. This committee will play a pivotal role in shaping and organizing the festival, making it a truly collective effort.

We are thrilled to witness the North West creative sector come together to celebrate the TCC festival once again in Taung this September. Stay tuned for more updates, and let's prepare for an unforgettable showcase of talent, diversity, and the rich cultural heritage of our Province.

NB dates might change however that is the proposed plan.



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