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- MA Cultural and Media Studies
- Consultant in the education, peace-building and developments sectors.
- Taught Drama in the 1980s at high school level, contributed to curriculum development for formal education, initiator of community theatre initiatives.
- Currently focused on integrating arts, peace and development in her work with parties in conflict and in facilitating courses in conflict analysis, negotiation and mediation on the continent
- She supports peacemaking and enhancing community and organisational healing and strengthening through Zakheni Transformative Arts Centre and Bonfire Freestyle Theatre company
- Facilitator, writer and performer
- BA Dramatic Arts Degree from Wits University and attained her Master’s Degree in Applied Theatre from Steinhardt, New York University, specialising in Theatre of the Oppressed by Augusto Boal.
- Social justice ARTivist and change agent: awarded the Ford Foundation Fellowship to continue her studies.
- Over 20 years’ experience as a facilitator, and uses various techniques including “Deep Democracy” and “Intercultural Dialogue” methodologies. The work has taken place in many different communities in SA, and some in NYC.
- Presently, a part time educator at UCT and UWC, and designs and leads processes in Emerging Artist training; Improv for Life; living a creative life; leadership and community building; conflict resolution, and inclusivity.
- Delia is Creative Director of the Playback Theatre group, Bonfire Freestyle Theatre Company
- Her Live Art revolves around personal history and ancestral guidance, as well as indigenous identity politics.
- Co- founder Coal Stove Pictures 2007
- Producer: This Day In History (SABC2), Kelive, Lucky Numbers, Tooth and Nails; Near ME Move ( Dance: International distribution);
- 13 part Drama Series : SABC: Thula’s Vineyard (SAFTA nomination), Guilt (2018), iKani (2018)
- Fiction State: Silvertone Seige( George Molebatsi’s liberation story), Mapungubwe (Story of the Golden Rhino) – 2020