20th Annual BASA Awards, partnered by Hollard & Business Day, Now Open for Entries Submission Details
Author: Tshepo Diseko from Business and Arts South Africa.
More Info link: http://www.basa.co.za/20th-annual-basa-awards-partnered-hollard-business-day-now-open-entries/
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Business and Arts South Africa (NPC)
Business and Arts South Africa (NPC) is an internationally recognised South African development agency with a suite of integrated programmes implemented nationally and internationally. BASA encourages mutually beneficial partnerships between business and the arts, securing the future development of the arts sector in South Africa and contributing to corporate success through Shared Value. Business and Arts South Africa (NPC) was founded in 1997 as a joint initiative of the Department of Arts and Culture and the business sector as a public/private partnership. For more information on Business and Arts South Africa contact us on 011 447 2295 or visit our website: www.basa.co.za
For information please contact
011 447 2295
For interviews please contact
Bridget Van Oerle
011 673 0223
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