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This symposium will focus around exploring and assessing South Africa’s living heritage as an important part in promoting cultural diversity, social cohesion, reconciliation, peace and economic development. I have been asked to be a panel member to discuss my work in South Africa as a theatre director, playwright and workshop facilitator and how all of these projects support living heritage.

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