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Angolan minister of Culture, Rosa Cruz e Silva Tuesday in Sumbe, coastal Kwanza Sul province, called for reflection on increased commitment and investment in development of all sectors of culture and arts in the country.
My Zimbabwe Story campaign is an initiative set to create an interactive platform for creation, presentation and dialoguing aimed at improving international perceptions of Zimbabwe. The project is a partnership between Culture Fund and the United Nations Development Programme, Dialogue Facility Fund.
The Culture Fund is conducting research into the contribution of the cultural industries to the Zimbabwean economy, and it is anticipated that results will be presented to stakeholders in the first quarter of 2013.
Chinas cultural industry realized a total output value of over 4 trillion yuan in 2012, increasing from the 3.9 trillion yuan in 2011, according to data from the China Cultural Industry Annual Development Report 2013published by the Cultural Industry Research Institute at Peking University on January 5.
As the concept of the "knowledge economy" grows, so too does the creative enterprises industry.
Tourism minister Dan Mwazo has announced that Kenya will launch a campaign to sell Kenya's cultural tourism abroad. He said Kenya has diverse cultures which when properly marketed, can earn the country a lot of revenue.