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Dance is not only about people moving rhythmically to music, it is a performing art that reflects our way of life, the mood of our times and the dynamism of our culture, says the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture, Cde Aenias Chigwedere.
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.
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.
The just ended Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF) Bulawayo 2002, defied the prevailing environment - farm invasion, violence and the current political instability- to register a resounding success.
THE National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) director, Titus Chipangura, has recently announced that the prize money for artistes who are to participate in the second National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) has been increased from $20 000 to $100 000.
An independent radio station in Harare has been targeted in a bomb attack. Faith Ndebele, head of the station, refused to speculate on who carried out the bombing, but said it was an attack on free speech.