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The 2010 Tech Awards

The Tech Awards is an international awards programme that honours innovators from around the world who are applying technology to benefit humanity. It inspires global engagement in humanity's most pressing problems by recognising the best of those who are utilising innovative technology solutions to address the most urgent critical issues facing our planet. Entries are invited for the 2010 Tech Awards. Opportunity type: Awards
Opportunity closing date: Wednesday, March 31, 2010

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Media Literacy and Culture of Reading Summit

MDDA logoThe MDDA is convening a Media Literacy and Culture of Reading Summit on 26 - 27 March 2010 at the Council Chambers, Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, Mafikeng. The theme for the summit is “Basic Media Literacy Education - ‘Constructing Views of Reality’”.

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Editing Lecturer Position at AFDA

AFDA (African School of Motion Picture and Live Performance) is looking for a passionate a full-time Editing Lecturer on our Cape Town Campus. An AFDA student film won the 2006 foreign student Oscar for best film and another has been nominated in the 2006 Cannes Festival.

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Nominations: Council of ICASA

Institutions and/or individuals are invited to nominate persons to fill four vacancies. ICASA makes regulations and policies to govern broadcasting and telecommunications in the public interest. Persons appointed must be committed to fairness, freedom of expression, openness and accountability, must be representative of a broad cross-section of the population of the Republic and possess suitable qualifications. Nominations: Council of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA)

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The National Film School Study

The National Film and Video Foundation (NFVF) has completed a feasibility study for the establishment of a National Film School. This was in response to Section 4 (2) e of the NFVF act, which calls for the investigation into the establishment of film school in collaboration with the Department of Education, and of Trade and Industry. 

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