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Egypt's 14th Festival for Music and Song will be held at the open-air theatre of Cairo's Open House, and promises to deliver powerful decibels and stimulating rhythms.
The Societe Congolaise de Developpment des Industries Culturelles (SOCODIC), the Congolese Society for the Development of Cultural Industries, has recently announced its upcoming activities for 2002/2003, each with a focus on expanding and improving arts and cultural facilities throughout the region.
The South African Centre for Creative Arts (CCA) is sad to announce the passing of Adriaan Donker, founding director of the CCA from 1996 through 1998.
This paper tries to define culture and explore arguments about why culture is important.
'Moments to be free' gives a first hand account of Egypt's Refugee festival. 'The twists and turns that characterise the lives of the tens of thousands of refugees in Egypt was brought into sharp focus... at the American University in Cairo to mark World Refugee Day.'
The new South Africa dazzles and disorients, offering young blacks previously unimaginable opportunities, even as AIDS and crime threaten to shatter their dreams.