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This week the Egyptian Museum launched a programme to teach Egyptians about their ancient history - the idea of the Minister for Culture Farouk Hosni, in emulation of a similar school at the Louvre in Paris.
The advent of the new broadcasting law which gives 75 percent allocation of airtime to local content was hailed by many as a way of promoting local talent in Zimbabwe's music industry.
The Ministry of Culture in Angola has announced that the creation of stimulus and the elaboration of a regulator legislative of cultural activity of the Angolan creators to project the Angolan culture worldwide are among the priorities of the Government for the forthcoming years.
Art critic and sculptor Tony Mhonda has been invited to represent Zimbabwe in South Africa to draft a new Visual Arts Constitution for Zimbabwe and other Southern African Art Critics.
Floodgates were opened for many musicians last year after the Government announced a new policy designed to promote works of up and coming local artists.
Chairman and Managing Director of Rimax Institute, Chief Livinus I. Okwara, has called for a compilation of Nigerian authors to enable the government know the needs of such authors and respond to them.