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There is growing concern over the steady loss of priceless materials from Kenya's national museums and archives.The risk of the museums becoming irrelevant research institutions is high as the loss of the artefacts is likely to cause gaps in history and archaeology.
A renowned poet, Prof Everett Standa, has urged libraries to make available a variety of books and other reading materials to help improve the reading culture in Kenya.
Two theatre plays have recently presented in Luanda city to commemorate Angola's state owned Radio 27th anniversary.
Egyptians have allowed Greece to claim Alexandria as a Graeco-Roman legacy. Writer Jill Kamil goes back three hundred years before the great Mediterranean capital was founded and attempts to set the record straight.
The Egyptian Government has announced that the Official Inauguration Ceremony for the Bibliotheca Alexandrina that was postponed from 23 April 2002, due to events in the Middle East, will now take place on 16 October 2002 in Alexandria, Egypt.
Africa is afflicted by many woes that are threatening to tear it apart. However, a cultural festival held in Rwanda recently showed that the continent’s peoples can unite.