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The state-run Angola Public Television is preparing a 12-chapter documentary on the history of the Angolan urban music, comprising information on musicians life and reports of country's music.
While Uganda is not lacking in artists educated both locally and abroad, there is an immense lack of resources for artistic work that utilises digital tools. However, this obtrusive deficiency is about to become a thing of the past.
The National Monuments Council has introduced entrance fees for two of its monument sites, to aid their sustainable management.
Experiencing the glories of Egypt, both ancient and modern, will become a lot easier, thanks to a groundbreaking joint effort of the Egyptian government and a Toronto-based team of Web designers.
A five-year commitment by the Finnish government to restore and modernise the National Museum of Namibia is on the way to becoming a reality.
On his first trip to Tangier, the new American ambassador in Rabat has christened the latest projects to benefit from the ‘Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation’.