Hulisani Ravele calls KZN Entertainment Awards 'wasteful expenditure'

Radio personality Hulisani Ravele is not very impressed with the newly announced KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards.

2020-10-20 01:16:00 PM

Radio personality Hulisani Ravele is not very impressed with the newly announced KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards.

Radio personality Hulisani Ravele is not very impressed with the newly announced KwaZulu-Natal Entertainment Awards.

She also said that even if the funds were coming from the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture and not the Department of Basic Education, the “funds can (be) more purposefully used to uplift members of the arts community in the province”.And before you say that the DAC's budget is what is being tapped into and not DBE, shup, there are still many ways that these funds can more purposefully used to uplift members of the arts community in the province. This ain't it.

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— Hulisani Ravele (@HulisaniRavele)October 16, 2020Some of tweeps agreed with Ravele’s sentiments about the funds being used for something else.“I second your call. Even though each department is allocated a budget, but the money should be used to improve the lives of those disadvantaged. In a form of charity,” said @Kagiso_tl0u.

I second your call. Even though each department is allocated a budget, but the money should be used to improve the lives of those disadvantaged. In a form of charity.— Kagiso Tlou (@Kagiso_tl0u)October 16, 2020“Especially if we (have) national awards right?? … provincial awards are not really necessary and they can dent our social cohesion,” commented @Great_lioness.

Especially if we national awards right ?? Am of that provincial awards are not really necessary and they can dent our social cohesion— Great_lioness💋🇿🇦 (@Great_lioness)October 16, 2020“I concur, music isn’t even in their curriculum. Arts period is free period. That money can do well with developing arts from school level because kids with talent drop out anyway and try their luck in the industry,” commented @InfantSoulRec.

I concur, music isn’t even in their curriculum. Arts period is free period. That money can do well with developing arts from school level because kids with talent drop out anyway and try their luck in the industry. Read more: IOL News »

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KZN entertainment awards a waste of money, says Hulisani RaveleHulisani Ravele is not impressed with the idea of the upcoming KZN entertainment awards Will these awards acknowledge artists from Limpopo and other sotho speaking? If no than they're shit. Uxhuma uxhasa kanjani kambe loyo

KZN entertainment awards a waste of money, says Hulisani RaveleHulisani Ravele is not impressed with the idea of the upcoming KZN entertainment awards Will these awards acknowledge artists from Limpopo and other sotho speaking? If no than they're shit. Uxhuma uxhasa kanjani kambe loyo

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