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The recent South African Arts and Culture exhibition in Cameroon was both a forum for intercultural dialogue and a launching pad for creating an arts and culture market at continental level.
Senior Cameroon Culture minister, Ferdinand Léopold Oyono, has signed a new batch of legislation governing royalties and intellectual property.
A considerable facelift is expected for Africa's intellectual property sector following confirmation of the construction of a regional training centre for the Organisation of African Intellectual Property.
Africa's unique and exceptional immovable cultural heritage is not properly known, insufficiently recognised and in most cases, in peril.