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The Ghana Heritage Committee has launched the multi-stakeholder heritage strategic framework for Ghana to promote its diverse heritages. The framework will also serve as an implementation plan to streamline policy actions of agencies and stakeholders towards a common national agenda.
The first edition of the Moroccan Forum on Cultural and Creative Industries, which brought together over 2,300 participants from 7 to 10 December at a number of emblematic venues in Rabat, was a resounding success, reflecting the growing importance of the cultural sector in Morocco, according to the Hiba Foundation, which organised the event.
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said the creative sector has the potential to create 2.7 million jobs by 2025.
UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Intangible Heritage Committee meeting in Kasane, Botswana from the 5 – 8 December, has inscribed 55 new cultural practices to its Intangible Cultural Heritage List, in response to nominations submitted by 72 countries.
Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Zizi Kodwa has announced that government will be hosting an all-encompassing awards ceremony to recognise those who exhibit outstanding artistic and technical achievement in the arts and culture sector.
Department of Sport, Arts and Culture Minister Zizi Kodwa has announced the establishment of the South African Creative Arts Awards which he said will be “the most desired recognition and cultural recognition in the South African creative industry”.