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The Kenya School of Government in collaboration with the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) are working on a unique creative arts development curriculum which aims to support youth innovation centres across the country to become sources of jobs and wealth creation.
The president said the Sh250 million virtual library will ensure Kenyans have access to quality, timely and relevant information held by KNLS from the comfort of their homes.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic being declared a national emergency, we put up this post explaining what we would do to adhere to social distancing as a team, and enhance safety for our beneficiaries, while ensuring that we still remain available for wider sector work, especially at this time.
During the 33rd Assembly of the African Union held recently in Addis Ababa, 12 Heads of State accepted the invitation of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta of Mali, the African Union leader for Arts, Culture and Heritage to act as co-champions. The co-champions will be members of a council of peers who will spearhead the systematic integration of culture, arts and heritage in the Africa’s development agenda.
African streaming service Mdundo has partnered with anti-piracy service AudioLock to tackle the unlicensed distribution of content.
Content service providers (CSPs) in Kenya will now be required to channel all royalty payments through a single, centrally managed account by the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO).