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There is need for artists to build strong partnerships within and beyond the creative sector in Zimbabwe if the segment is to utilise the opportunities brought by COVID19 to transform itself into a recognisable viable and vibrant cultural industry.
Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust - a not-for-profit development organisation serving as an active social transformation agent working within communities through investments in innovative and sustainable creative sector capacities; announced the appointment of Stanford Chabaya as the new Board of Trustees Vice-Chairperson.
The Government has come to the aid of local athletes with a US$10 million Covid-19 relief package.
The Acting Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Professor Paul Mavima has unveiled a $10 million COVID-19 Relief Fund for the Arts sector which artistes can apply for in their respective provinces.
South African Artist and the co-founder of the Trade Union for Musicians of South Africa (TUMSA), Ernestine Deane will join Zimbabwean Actress Patience Phiri and Music Crossroads Director Melody Zambuko in a ResiliArt discussion assessing the Impact of COVID 19 on Female Creatives: challenges and opportunities for the future on Wednesday 24 June 2020.
Covid19 and its associated lockdown measures will result in the merging and fusion of different cultural aspects thereby increasing diversity as different communities adopt similar practices to limit the spread of the disease.