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Speaking at the recently held Ghana Music Industry Conference hosted in conjunction with the Music Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), GoCreate Africa’s Managing Director and co-founder, Asha ‘Gangali’ Fapohunda stated that GoCreate technology has been under development for over six years before it was successfully launched in Nigeria.
In line with the implementation of the roadmap of the AU Theme of the Year for 2021: "Arts, Culture and Heritage: Levers for Building the Africa We Want", the African Union Commission -Department of Healt
In the framework of the project “Reshaping Cultural Policies for the Promotion of Fundamental Freedoms and the Diversity of Cultural Expressions,” UNESCO organized a series of hybrid (physical and online) knowledge transfer workshops from 15 to 25 November 2021
From 27 November to 2 December 2021, the Angolan capital will host the second edition of the Luanda Biennale – the Pan-African Forum for the Culture of Peace. Organised in partnership between UNESCO, the Angolan government and the African Union, the Biennale aims to promote the prevention of violence and the resolution of conflicts, by encouraging cultural exchanges in Africa, dialogue between generations and the promotion of gender equality.
Los participantes de 13 países africanos, incluidos los ministros de TIC de Angola, Eswatini, Lesoto, Namibia y Sudáfrica, se reunieron para abordar la información como un bien público que es clave para el futuro del continente.
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe Director Mr Nicholas Moyo says planning processes for the Cultural and Creative Sector (CCS) must bear in mind the government expectations of the sector to contribute meaningfully to the economic development of the country.