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Beyond Binaries

Ashraf Johaardien goes beyond binaries

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Ashraf Johaardien, an award-winning playwright, performer and producer. He is the CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), and a PhD candidate with the Unit for Creative Writing, University of Pretoria.      I was asked to speak

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Creative highways and digital byways

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Ashraf Johaardien, an award-winning playwright, performer and producer. He is the CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA), and a PhD candidate with the Unit for Creative Writing, University of Pretoria. Spiking the lens in a clip

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Pop icons, paraphernalia and shifting paradigms

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Ashraf Johaardien, an award-winning playwright, producer and arts manager. He took up the role of CEO at Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) in March 2019. ‘A bridge must be built between the visionary and the decision-maker,

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Encore: Ashraf Johaardien

Ashraf Johaardien is the recently appointed CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). He works closely with the new Chairperson, Charmaine Soobramoney, and the board to manage, drive and translate our organisational strategy and purpose into tangible outputs and engagement that create deliberate value

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Standing on the shoulders of giants

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). The saying ‘standing on the shoulders of giants’ is often used when describing an individual’s successes. Of course it recognises past greatness, it ensures humility is noted, but it sometimes

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A visceral experience

Business & Arts is a monthly column by Michelle Constant, CEO of Business and Arts South Africa (BASA). A month or so ago, Ismail Mahomed and myself were offered places on the London King’s College Leading Culture in the 21st Century course, through the British

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