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Keep the

arts alive

Order a specially packaged Tribuo Case of Blaauwklippen’s most popular wines for only R1000, and they will donate R500 of every case sold to the Tribuo Fund.

Support SA's Artist

We are aiming to raise R1 million for artists who need help to survive and we are counting on your support.

What’s in the Tribuo Case:

2 Bottles of 2020 Sauvignon Blanc
2 Bottles of 2020 Chenin Blanc
1 Bottle of 2017 DBK Bordeaux Blend
1 Bottle of 2019 Brut MCC

A 25% discount voucher on all additional online wine purchases
(valid until the end of September)

Wine will be delivered once the lockdown measures have been lifted.

Tribuo Fund

In the spirit of Mandela Month, Blaauwklippen Vineyards collaborates with various artists and the Tribuo Fund to support SA’s performing artists who have lost their income source due to Covid-19 lockdown measures.

Order a specially packaged Tribuo Case of our most popular wines for only R1000, and we will donate R500 of every case sold to the Tribuo Fund.

What is the Tribuo Fund?​

Aim

To provide financial support to performing artists and other relevant creative industry workers who currently don’t have any or limited income due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

Vision

That practicing South African performing artists and members of associated industries are able to find the support needed to assist them through the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath.

Mission

To raise funds to establish and maintain a relief fund for individual performing artists, creative contributors and technical support personnel in South Africa whose livelihoods have been devastated by the world pandemic.

Who is the
Tribuo fund?

This is a private fund, created by a group of vested parties, to support freelance workers in the performing arts who have lost their source of income during the Covid-19 lockdown and post-lockdown phases.

How long will the Tribuo fund run for?

The fund will run as an emergency relief fund until December 2020. The fund will be implemented in cycles and phases depending on the funds raised. In 2021 the focus of the fund will be re-evaluated with a view to developing it into a more general relief or support fund for the performing arts sector.

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Who can apply?

Individuals who are:

  • South African citizens or permanent South African residents.
  • Practicing freelance performing arts professionals: musicians, dancers, technicians, writers, directors, choreographers and other staff required to bring work to the stage.
  • Not employed on any regular, retained or semi-retained basis by any organisation, institution, or production house e.g. full-time employment with a theatre.
  • Practicing performing arts professionals able to demonstrate a sustained commitment to their work, careers, and a public audience.
  • Experiencing dire financial emergencies due to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions and its consequences.
  • Able to demonstrate participation in a minimum of two productions over the last three years at one or more qualifying performance arts platforms (national, producing festivals); or able to demonstrate participation in a minimum of two productions over the last three years at a producing theatre. 
  • Able to provide a SARS Tax Number and proof of tax compliance status

After the closing date of the applications, successful candidates will be notified as soon as possible and will receive the funding in their bank accounts by mid-December.

At the end of each cycle, applicants who were not successful will be notified and encouraged to reapply in the following cycle.

Please note the application cannot be saved, so once you start the process you will need to complete and submit the form. 

You will need a tax number if your application is successful, please make sure that you apply for a tax number at SARS before starting the application process or immediately after.

You will be required to submit proof that you are a practicing artist or a technician able to demonstrate a sustained commitment to the arts, your career and a public audience. An accompanying CV will be required. 

Tribuo Partners

In supporting the Tribuo fund you are making a difference in the performing arts industry of South Africa.

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Keep the

arts alive

Order a specially packaged Tribuo Case of Blaauwklippen's most popular wines for only R1000, and they will donate R500 of every case sold to the Tribuo Fund.