The Diplomatic Society

 
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

British and SA National Libraries collaborate

 

Pictured seated are Baroness Tessa Blackstone (Chair of the British Library Board) and  Mr John Tsebe (CEO of the National Library of South Africa). Standing is the Management team of the National Library of South Africa at the National Library of South Africa Foyer.

A renewal of a  Memorandum of Understanding between the National Library of South Africa, Pretoria and the British Library Board, London was concluded on 18 February 2013 in Pretoria during the visit of Baroness Tessa Blackstone, Chair of the British Library Board during her visit to South Africa.

The areas identified for collaboration were:
1. Facilitation of the participation of experts of their respective institutions in meetings, training courses, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, events, and conferences taking place in the respective institutions, in various fields of mutual interest.
2.Exchange of experience with specialists in the area of digitization, e-publications, preservation, conservation, cataloguing, technical information and public services.
3, Exchange of the findings of research undertaken by the respective Parties.
4. Cooperation in the field of research, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and librarianship in order to share the knowledge of modern technologies;
5.Facilitation of reciprocal official visits of writers, experts and officials of their respective institutions; and
6.Exchange of digital exhibits reflecting the cultural heritage of both countries.

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
_________________________________________________

January/February 2020

 
 
.
_________________________________________________

Translater


 

 

  
 
 
 
 

 
 
                                                     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

<|> <|> Indonesian Tourism responds to Millennials and wins Award 8 October 2019 "The challenge to the tourism world is not getting easier. It is not only the global economic slowdown, but also a change in... <|> A MEMORIAL, CORONATION, ENGAGEMENT AND A WEDDING: A ROYAL AFFAIR by Stella Sigcau 15 October 2019 September and October months were very busy in the royal calendars throughout South Africa... <|> Culture and Heritage Tourism Boost the Economy of the Mpondo Kingdom Mbotyi and Mngazi 15 October 2019 By Stella Sigcau Mpondo Kingdom is known for its cultural richness, beautiful... <|> SADC enhances cooperation with Indonesia 15 October 2019 ”Indonesia is ready to be part of the African development, especially in the southern African region” Photo: Ambassador of the Republic... <|> A rising star ready to make it internationally by Stella Sigcau 16 October 2019 Azemahle Lwanda Matebese a 13 year old, grade 8 scholar from Durban Girls High School has had a passion for dancing... <|> Korea calls for ease of doing business in SA 2 October 2019 This year marks Korea’s 4,352nd anniversary since its national foundation, and the 71st anniversary of its Armed Forces Day. In South... <|> Russia-Africa look to deepen scientific ties 14 October 2019 With a week to go until the first ever Russia-Africa Summit, Russia has emphasised the need to expand and deepen scientific ties between... <|> SA, Nigeria commit to condusive business environment 4 October 2019 The governments of South Africa and Nigeria have committed to creating a conducive business environment that will make it easier... <|>
© copyright 2011-2017| The Diplomatic Society| All Rights Reserved.