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  • Group photo of Gender@Work trainees during the 2022 edition of ACCES in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
    Music In Africa Foundation: Gender@Work Training for Female Music Industry Professionals (Tanzania / Online)
    The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF), in partnership with Scènes Australes, invites female event production managers based in Africa and in the Indian Ocean to apply for an opportunity to participate in the 2023 Gender@Work programme. The course will comprise two modules: a Music Business module (online in October 2023) and an Event Production module (in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 5-11 November 2023).
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    Posted 24 July 2023
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  • A male presenter at the ACCES conference speaks into a Music in Africa branded microphone.
    ACCES: Call for African DJs for Interactive Musical Presentation (Tanzania)
    ACCES - Music In Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases seek proposals from African DJs for presentations that give an informative, entertaining and innovative overview of a particular, current music genre. Two DJs will be selected to fill two available slots during the conference in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from 24-26 November 2022.
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    Posted 19 September 2022
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  • ACP-EU Culture Programme - Southern Africa, Sound Connects Fund
    Sound Connects Fund: Regional Coordinator (South Africa)
    The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF), a non-profit organisation operating in the field of African music, has partnered with Goethe-Institut to implement the Music In Africa Sound Connects Fund. The MIAF seeks to appoint a Regional Coordinator for the fund. The successful candidate will coordinate all the aspects of the fund, and oversee its daily management, working from head office in Johannesburg (Rosebank), South Africa.
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    Posted 4 August 2022
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  • A conference badge and lanyard on top of a branded Sounds Connect notebook.
    Music in Africa Foundation / Goethe-Institut: Researcher and Writer for Sound Connects Fund
    The Music In Africa Foundation and Goethe-Institut are looking to contract the services of a qualified and suitable freelancer or company to provide the concept, writing and design services for the Sound Connects Fund’s three Good Practice Reports. The first Good Practice Report must be delivered in 2022 with the next two reports delivered in the first and last quarter of 2023.
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    Posted 12 July 2022
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    Goethe-Institut / Music in Africa Foundation: Tender to Provide Training, Monitoring and Evaluation Programme
    Goethe-Institut, in partnership with the Music in Africa Foundation, invites a company or a consortium of companies/freelancers to bid for a contract to provide training and support services for the MEAL component of the Sound Connects Fund. The project aims to support creatives in nine Southern African countries, namely Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini.
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    Posted 3 September 2021
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  • Open call graphic - text announcing grants for African performers, managers, event organisers and educators.
    Music in Africa Foundation: Grants for Showcases, Capacity Building and Music Advocacy
    The Music In Africa Foundation is inviting music industry practitioners based in Africa to apply for grants from its recently launched Music In Africa Live (MIAL) project, which aims to support musicians and the industry at large to navigate challenges and new realities introduced by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Posted 3 August 2021
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  • Composite image of various creative scenes - an illustration of a young woman in orange and pink, a glowing music deck, two musicians jamming on stage.
    Sound Connects Fund for Organisations in Southern Africa
    The Sound Connects Fund (SCF) is a multifaceted initiative that aims to accelerate development and increase the capacity of the cultural and creative sectors in Southern Africa by offering financial support in the form of grants and robust capacity-building programmes to eligible creative and cultural industry organisations based in Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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    Posted 21 June 2021
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  • Music in Africa Foundation > Music in Africa Live Digital Showcase Grants
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    Posted 31 August 2020
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