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The Afreximbank announced the decision at the opening of Creative Africa Exchange, a two-day event co-organized by Times Multimedia, the Afreximbank and the Rwandan government. “Creative industries can be potent vehicles for more equitable, sustainable and inclusive growth strategies for African economies,” said Afreximbank’s president Benedict Oramah.
Content service providers (CSPs) in Kenya will now be required to channel all royalty payments through a single, centrally managed account by the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO).
The National Arts Council is pleased to announce the call for international bursary applications for the 2020/2021 academic year. The invitation is for post-graduate studies in the relevant art fields supported by the NAC.
The National Arts Council will this year embark on a robust information gathering exercise aimed at detailing the activities of the sector and their contribution to the economy.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mohamed Zine El Abidine, this morning, Wednesday 08 January 2020, supervised a meeting to follow up the ways of developing cultural diplomacy.
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