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The Angolan singer Valdemar Bastos is engaged in a project meant to create an African orchestra, integrating musicians from Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau and Cote D'ivoire.
According to UNESCO, in the 18 years to 1998, annual world trade-related to 'cultural industries' quadrupled from US$95 to US$388 billion. In light of the importance of cultural industries on economic strength, Zimbabwe must move to excel in its cultural work so as not to lose its cultural heritage and resources to those who simply know better how to use them.
For decades now, Cairo's famed Egyptian Museum has needed redefining and modernising. Those who run it say the revolution has begun.
Ancient works of art are the latest of Africa's antiquities to be returned to their rightful owners.
Books are gradually finding their way back to the shelves, but not without the efforts of advocates and campaigners who are seeking a return of the good old culture of reading.
Victor Mavedzenge, a visual artist and poet, yesterday donated US$136 000 to the Just Children's Home in Harare to meet the children's upkeep. Mavedzenge last month held an exhibition entitled 'Quantum Soup for Oliver' at the Book Cafe. He sought to donate the proceeds to charity.