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A UNESCO “Peer Exchange on Experiences Collecting Cultural Indicators in the Africa Region: Case studies from Kenya & Zimbabwe” was organised for the Ministry of Arts and Cultural Heritage of Mauritius on 15 September 2021 by the UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa in partnership with the UNESCO Institute of Statistics.
In view of the proper implementation of the urgent measures taken by the government to curb and reverse the curve of the pandemic and as a prelude to the decree fixing the list of large bars, the Minister in charge of culture and tourism met with stakeholders in the sector (hoteliers, restaurateurs, bar owners, cultural players, etc.) on Friday, September 10, 2021 about the new measures taken by the government to curb the increase in cases of Covid19 contamination.
September marks Public Service Month (PSM) in South Africa. The integrated government-wide programme will encompass...
Physical concerts, festivals and exhibitions are set to return in the country, after almost one and half years of restriction due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Zimbabwean government has reopened the cultural and creative industries (CCI) after President Emmerson Mnangagwa banned public gatherings in May last year.
Sporting activities can now resume with strict adherence to Covid-19 regulations, with all staff and coaches at sports clubs required to be vaccinated, while a range of cultural and leisure activity can now resume for the fully vaccinated, including cinemas, theatres, art galleries, gymnasiums, health spas and fitness centres.