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About Us

The Heritage Awards is supported and brought to you by The Office of the Premier (KZN), National Heritage Council and the Independent Newspapers.  The Heritage Awards, a high-profile annual event which sees six phenomenal South Africans honoured for their contribution towards the preservation and promotion of South African heritage and culture – which takes place each year in September.

In 2009  the awards went to: Alfred Nokwe (late) for theatre; Johnny Clegg  - music and social cohesion; Noria Mabasa – an accomplished sculptor and wood carver;  Bheki Mseleku (late) for music; Nanda Soobben – Durban based cartoonist, animator and arts educator and Jay Pather for dance.

In 2008 the awards went to: diva Busi Mhlongo; activist Fatima Meer; people’s poet Mzwakhe Mbuli; Zulu cultural consultant Barry Leitch; the late ceramicist Nesta Nala; and South Africa’s first poet laureate Mazisi Kunene.

In 2007 the awards went to: Esther Mahlangu, David Rattray, Andrew Verster, Vuzi Ximba, Kessie Govender and May Radebe.

 
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