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Zimbabwe and Zambia yesterday signed four Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) as the two sister republics moved to elevate and deepen their historical and economic relations.
The Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation has given a solid commitment to the arts fraternity towards establishing appropriate national infrastructure to capacitate the productivity and competitiveness of the cultural and creative industries.
The appointment of former swimmer and Olympic gold medallist Kirsty Coventry as Zimbabwe's new minister of youth, sport, arts and recreation has ushered in a wave of hope among Zimbabweans.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) board has appointed Nicholas Moyo as its new director effective 1 August. Moyo takes over from Elvas Mari who resigned in April under unclear circumstances.
National Arts Council of Zimbabwe acting director, Nicholas Moyo has shed some light on the relevance of the National Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy, whose purpose is to transform the country’s creative industries.
New Development Role for Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, PEPFAR and DREAMS Partners Announce Winners of the $85 Million DREAMS Innovation Challenge