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The Harare International Festival Of The Arts is set to introduce a place where the youths can gather and revel in the unique mood of arts.
The Nama Awards have raised the status and standing of Zimbabwe artists in the public eye, at home and abroad.
Four years ago Zimbabwean lawmakers drafted what they thought was a noble legislation that would protect artists' rights on their works and curb the rampant piracy that has been a cancer to local art.
Zimbabwe trade and economic consultant Dr Samuel Undenge has called upon Zimbabweans to support and promote the arts industry because it has the potential to create wealth for the country.
The newly formed Zimbabwe Culture Fund reminded all artists willing to benefit from a $5 billion fund to be distributed must soon start preparing project proposals.
Zimbabwe's music and media industries have not been spared by the country's worsening economic crisis, with several journalists and musicians joining the trek to the United Kingdom in search of greener pastures.