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Zimbabwean artists have accused the Minister of Education, Sport and Culture Aeneas Chigwedere, of neglecting the arts and culture industries.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe's Merit Arts Awards (Nama) nominations have been described by critics as uncoordinated, with the whole judging process apparently lacking technical expertise.
Local financial institutions have donated more than $17 million to fund the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe's 2003 merit awards.
Lack of adequate funding remains a major obstacle to the development of the film industry in Zimbabwe. The industry is likely to collapse if the Government and other stakeholders fail to come up with solutions.
The advent of the new broadcasting law which gives 75 percent allocation of airtime to local content was hailed by many as a way of promoting local talent in Zimbabwe's music industry.
Floodgates were opened for many musicians last year after the Government announced a new policy designed to promote works of up and coming local artists.