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African streaming service Mdundo has partnered with anti-piracy service AudioLock to tackle the unlicensed distribution of content.
On Friday, February 7, 2020, the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mohamed Zine El Abidin, supervised by the Ministry a meeting devoted to following up the work of the National Foundation for Festivals, Cultural and Artistic Events.
The conference was launched in Windhoek yesterday and would run under the theme 'Inclusive Libraries and Information Services towards Achieving Prosperity for Sustainable Development' and will take place from 20 to 25 April 2020.
The National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) has announced the constitution of a national team comprising of various players in the Arts and Culture sector to produce the Quadrennial Periodic Report (QPR) as mandated by the United Nations Education Scientific Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
By Rosemary Mangope As we rack our brains for how we can better support our artists in the face of limited public and private funding, sometimes the answer is glaringly simple – and is right there under our noses, where we live, where we work and on our daily commutes. This struck me after meeting an exceptionally gifted and determined young street musician from KwaZulu-Natal, a singer and drummer named Phila Dlozi.
The Ministry of Youth Sport Arts and Recreation has bid farewell to Mr. Demir Dijakovic, the outgoing United Nations Education Scientific Cultural Organisation Regional Office for Southern Africa (UNESCO ROSA) Cultural Advisor who has retired. Speaking at a farewell ceremony held at the Ministry’s offices in Harare, the Permanent Secretary Dr. Thokozile Chitepo said Mr. Dijakovic was a visionary culture expert who had a passion for promoting arts and cultural issues.