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Artistes Against Aids, an organisation working with the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare to disseminate information on HIV/Aids through theatre and dance, will hold its annual show at the Harare Gardens in mid November.
After a lull, the drums of culture will begin to thunder in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital as the 36 states of the federation and Abuja congregate for the National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFEST).
If there is one sector that can sell South Africa to the outside world to attract investment and tourism, it's Business and Arts South Africa (Basa).
The International Network for Cultural Diversity (INCD) recently concluded three days of meetings in the South African city of Cape Town, which saw 186 delegates brought together from some 37 countries.
A call for help building Rwanda’s first public library in the country’s capital Kigali has recently been addressed by the Ministry of Education of Rwanda to UNESCO.
Zimbabwean music maestro Oliver Mtukudzi has joined forces with fellow artists and journalists to obtain food for his starving countrymen. The Music for Food Collective will target the country's districts hit hardest by the food crisis in Matabeleland.