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Egyptians have allowed Greece to claim Alexandria as a Graeco-Roman legacy. Writer Jill Kamil goes back three hundred years before the great Mediterranean capital was founded and attempts to set the record straight.
To produce a film in Africa is an act of resistance, according to one Congolese film-maker. 'It is about looking at the world's stories and giving one's opinion about them, capturing and inquiring about collective memory, attracting, entertaining and informing.'
Africa is afflicted by many woes that are threatening to tear it apart. However, a cultural festival held in Rwanda recently showed that the continent’s peoples can unite.
The Egyptian Government has announced that the Official Inauguration Ceremony for the Bibliotheca Alexandrina that was postponed from 23 April 2002, due to events in the Middle East, will now take place on 16 October 2002 in Alexandria, Egypt.
The South African version of the children's educational programme Sesame Street has introduced an HIV positive character.
It seems globally subscription-free Internet service has pretty much proven itself an unprofitable anachronism - Except in Egypt. In this nation beset by creaky Net connections and outdated circuits, where computers remain a luxury for the vast majority, a free Internet strategy is boosting Internet access.