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Around 2,000 people, among Brazilian and Angolan citizens, recently participated in the first edition of the Carnival of Foreign Communities, representing the culture of Brazil and others.
Over two thousand century old pictures engraved on rocks in the Tchitunduhulo region of Angola are disappearing due to erosion of the soil and rocks.
The Angolan Vice Minister of Culture, Andre Mingas, recently defended the creation of an industry of culture-related undertakings in the country.
The first international festival of nomad music recently opened in the Mauritanian capital Nouakchott, bringing together musicians from a dozen countries.
A hundred young dancers and musicians from around South Africa are heading to Brazil to represent the country at an annual carnival there.
Zimbabwe trade and economic consultant Dr Samuel Undenge has called upon Zimbabweans to support and promote the arts industry because it has the potential to create wealth for the country.