#COCREATESA AIMS TO FOSTER RELATIONS BETWEEN THE NETHERLANDS AND SOUTH AFRICA

Even though our countries differ, there are many parallels in the public and cultural debates on identity, integration and transformation. Our long term cultural policy is therefore focused on co-creating cultural interventions to build mutual understanding and trust.

Our mission is to promote inclusive economic growth and support Dutch businesses by strengthening entrepreneurship and cross-sectoral cooperation in South Africa.


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#cocreateDESIGN FESTIVAL | Collaborating on the move towards digital inclusion in SA

CAPE TOWN (30 January 2020). This year’s #cocreateDESIGN FESTIVAL will gather at the vibrant Guga S’thebe Cultural Centre on 24 and 25 February 2020. The event will host two days of inspiring speakers, practical workshops, Oxford-style debates and networking receptions. This year’s theme, “Towards Digital Inclusion” will focus on the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) and its impact on the creative industry. The event is hosted by The Kingdom of the […]

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Joining #RedSocksFriday

This morning Consul General swapped four wheels for two and joined the #RedSocksFriday with the passionate cycling community of Cape Town. “We’re trying to encourage people to ride in the city.” –  Sindile Mavundla, Program Lead at TSIBA Business and Founder of Khaltsha Cycles “We need to build the relationship between motorists and cyclists so riding through the middle of the city now in the middle of the day, motorists […]

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#cocreate2MYCITY | The Netherlands and South Africa tackling city challenges together

CAPE TOWN  [30 October 2019]. The diplomatic missions of the Netherlands in South Africa will be hosting their biennial flagship project #cocreateMYCITY in Cape Town in November 2019. The initiative will bring together South African and Dutch stakeholders to discuss ways to co-create economically, environmentally and socially Resilient Cities, focusing on sustainable and innovative solutions to urban challenges. Dutch Vice Minister of Foreign Economic Relations, Hanneke J.W. Schuiling, and the […]

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