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COVID-19 Relief Funding to aid Practitioners affected by Pandemic (South Africa)

COVID-19 Relief Funding to aid Practitioners affected by Pandemic (South Africa)


Deadline: 22-Feb-21

As an intervention to aid the plight of practitioners affected by this pandemic that is taking lives and livelihoods, compromising the dignity of practitioners, and preventing them from fully living out their passion within the arts, Minister Nathi Mthethwa has launched the 3rd phase of the COVID-19 Relief Funding.

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The COVID19 DSAC RELIEF FUNDING – 3rd Phase is aimed at providing relief to sectors within the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture; amidst the resurgence of 2nd wave COVID-19 pandemic in the country; and the implementation of stringent health and safety protocols and compliances.
This funding is open to sport and creative Industries sector workforce (individuals and organizations) who do not have a regular salary source, whose income/ revenue has been severely interrupted or stopped and solely rely on their sport or creative work as their source of income/ revenue.
What is the criteria for accepting applications from individuals?

The following applicants will be allowed to submit their applications:

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Arts, Culture and Heritage ecosystem; all aspects thereof excluding Creative, Event organizers, Athletes, coaches, technical personnel and other practitioners who do not solely rely on the income earned from participating in creative, cultural and/or sport events.
Sport, all aspects thereof, excluding Creative, Event organizers, Athletes, coaches, technical personnel and other practitioners who do not solely rely on the income earned from participating in creative, cultural and/or sport events.
Arts legends.
Applicants, who applied to National DSAC Relief fund, relief fund by DSAC Entities and Provincial DSAC departments and were granted funding, are also allowed to apply during this round of funding.
Applicants must be South Africans, 18 years of age and older, practicing in their sport or creative industries discipline for the last 12 months.
The Department may, based on the number of successful applications determine amounts that may be disbursed in each category.
Each successful applicant who complies fully with all requirements may receive an amount of not less than R10 000.00 (ten thousand rands) once-off, subject to availability of funds and as per the paragraph above.
What is the criteria for accepting applications from organisations?

The following applicants will be allowed to submit their applications:

Registered sport, recreation, arts and culture organizations such as Arts Centers, Arts Training Institutions, Heritage Organizations, Arts and Culture Associations, Independent Theatres and Independent Museums and Galleries, Sport Federations, Sport Associations, Recreation Organizations, Sport NGOs and any other sport, arts and culture organizations.
Any other arts organizations.
Community Arts Centre that are viable; and can provide or create work opportunities for artists.
Organization must also be able to demonstrate how the proposal will bring sustainability to the sport, arts and culture in the country.
Applications and/or proposals that will contribute to job opportunities particularly targeting rural communities and target groups (youth, women and people with disability).
Applications and/or proposals targeting marginalized art forms e.g. heritage-related projects, folk, diphala, sicathamiya and other indigenous arts and culture art forms.
Applications and/or proposals targeting marginalized communities e.g. Khoi San community
Online proposals focusing on education and capacity building in the sector.
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The following are the terms and conditions to be satisfied when submitting an individual application – an applicant must:

Be South Africans, 18 years of age and older, practicing in their sport or creative industries discipline for the last 12 months.
Send only ONE application; and not multiple applications.
Provide a certified copy of a South African identity document/ Smart Card which should not be older than three months.
Provide bank account details to enable Department to deposit into; should the applicant be successful.
Provide proof of tax registration.
Provide confirmation that the applicant is a Sport, Arts, Culture, and Heritage practitioner/organization.
The applicant can also provide any of the following as confirmation;
Portfolio/Profile/Biography of the applicant specifying relevant experience in the arts;
Brief description of what your job entailed in your last employment/contract;
Letter of reference from reputable arts organisations/ Unions/ Record Company/ Fellow Artists/ Management/ Agent /or community leaders.
For more information, visit http://www.dac.gov.za/Covid19ThirdPhase

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