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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.
ARTISTES who submitted their names for Covid-19 relief through the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) last month are set to start getting $300 monthly from Government starting this month. This comes as President Mnangagwa has pledged to assist artistes whose industry has been greatly affected by the pandemic due to the lockdown.
Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kirsty Coventry has encouraged arts practitioners to use various online platforms to celebrate Culture Week, which kicked off yesterday. She made the remarks during an online address to launch the week that will run up to May 23 under the theme "Zimbabwe @ 40: Celebrating our Cultural Diversity and Heritage".
The Minister of Youth Sport Arts and Recreation Honorable Kirsty Coventry has launched the 2020 Culture Week with a call for Zimbabweans not to forget their values of Ubuntu/Unhu and continue to co-exist and engage in respectful dialogue, during the lockdown measures being implemented by government to curb the spread of the deadly COVID19 disease.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) will on 14 May host a ResiliArt virtual debate to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on local events.
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe Director Mr Nicholas Moyo, says young people need to play a big role in the protection and mitigation initiatives against the spread of the deadly COVID-19 disease.