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As part of the British Council's 2022 Culture Connects programme in Sub Saharan Africa, this is an opportunity to work alongside British Council teams to deliver at least 16 events across nine countries over a period of eight months (August – March 2023) in order to re-engage with the arts and culture sectors through topical sector-led conversations.
The South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) invites you to submit an abstract or proposal for consideration for the SACO’s 4th international conference #SacoConf2022 to be held on 9 and 10 November 2022 in Pretoria/ Tshwane, South Africa under the theme ‘Creative economy reset: Structuring the creative and cultural industries for a sustainable and inclusive future.’
The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Youth Sport Arts and Recreation Dr Thokozile Chitepo says the Government is committed to supporting the implementation of the Zimbabwe Film Strategy.
Local filmmakers are optimistic that crafting of a strategy for Zimbabwe's television and film industry would help change the state of the sector, following a gathering under the guidance of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe last week.
Pursuant to an agreement confirmed on 15 May 2020, Tunisia's Ministry of Cultural Affairs and Ministry of Family, Women, Children and the Elderly have signed a joint executive programme agreement.
Morocco's capital city Rabat has officially been launched as the Capital of African Culture, a development that raises the city's international profile.