South Africa’s first and only high school was built in 1964 with a sound track, and now more than 10,000 children attend it, the sound system in the capital, Johannesburg, has been the focus of a campaign to raise funds for its upkeep.
A number of local schools are being built with sound systems, and some of the biggest names in music, film and theatre are joining the effort to promote the idea of music in a city of just a million people.
The project is a partnership between the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the African National Congress, the South Africa Music Council, the National Music Foundation and the SouthAfrican Film Institute.
“We have a good sound system at the moment, but it’s just not up to the standard we want it to be,” said Mwesesomu Gede, the director of the sound project.
“It’s a very complex problem and it’s going to be really important that we are able to build the system in a timely manner.”
Sound systems have been used in some of South Africa, including in the city of Pretoria, which was one of the first to introduce them in the late 1970s.
The system, built on a specially designed stage, allows for sound effects to be played over the music that has been produced on the stage.
The sound system is part of the African School System, which aims to educate around one million children in the next 15 years.
The city’s sound system has also helped to raise the profile of music, and in the process, it has been transformed from a community-based venture to one that has become a global brand.
The school system is currently run by the African Academy of Music, Drama and Film, which is funded by the South Asian Development Bank, and it has received some international recognition.
The local school system has seen a significant increase in enrollment over the last decade, from around 20,000 in 2001 to more than 120,000 last year.
While the South Africans were initially supportive of the project, the music sector was not, until recently, a key player in the school system.
The government has since been pushing for better funding for the schools, which are being paid for out of pocket by the private sector.
“There are a number of factors that have come together,” said Gede.
“Some of the reasons are the increased funding and the fact that music education is still in the minority.”
I think it’s a really good idea.
We have a lot of things that we could be doing in the community and I think it would help to encourage the growth of music education in South African schools.
“I think a lot more money would be going into the schools to support music education and the sound.” “
Music education in schools is really important,” he said.
“I think a lot more money would be going into the schools to support music education and the sound.”
The South African Sound System was created by the Ministry of Education in partnership with the Department of Education, and is a joint venture between the Department for Music and Education and the Ministry for Culture, Heritage and Sport.
Its mission is to provide the education and cultural environment for the development of the students in our state and country.
It provides sound and audio education to school children throughout the country.
The Ministry for Education said it hopes the Sound System will help to improve the quality of education and enhance the skills of our students.
“The Sound System is a key part of our education system in South Australia and it is one of many educational projects that are being funded through the Education Fund,” it said.
The Department for Education, Arts, Culture, Media and Sport said it had invested more than $300,000 into the project in the past three years, and that the aim was to have a sound facility by 2020.
It also hopes to open more than 150 new sound systems across South Africa by the end of the decade.
“Through the Sound Foundation, the Department has invested more in the Sound Scheme than any other sector in South Asia,” said a spokesperson.
“This initiative will help South Africans to improve their sound systems and the environment for music education.”
The Department of Arts, Heritage, Sport said the Sound Programme is an excellent example of what the government is trying to achieve through sound policy.
“Sound is a great way to enhance our education systems,” said DART secretary general Mphoza Sesile.
“Our goal is to create a sound infrastructure that will be an ideal environment for our students to learn and enjoy music, as well as to support their education.”
He added that the project is also a way to provide education for youth through music.
“Education is the foundation of our success as a country and this is a fantastic example of how we can leverage the power of music to create social, economic and cultural change,” he added.
The Sound Foundation is