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Former South African president Nelson Mandela congratulated South Africa's latest Nobel prize winner, author J. M Coetzee.
The Committee for Relevant Arts has organised a book and culture fair in the art city of Lagos, Nigeria.
Owerri, Nigeria, has been approved the host town of the 2003 National Festival of Arts and Culture by the Nigerian National Council for Arts and Culture.
The Chief Executives of Culture of the 36 States of the Federation held a three-day meeting in Abuja last month chaired by the CEO of the Nigerian Council for Arts and Culture, Emma N. Arinze. The meeting deliberated, among other issues, on the need to actualise the Minister's vision of making the Culture and Tourism industry second only to petroleum in terms of revenue generation.
Nigeria is a study in heterogeneous cultural identities and treasures whose similarities and variety have contributed immensely to the elements that unite the country.
As the corporate world begins to realise the importance of the development of arts in Zimbabwe, Printset Private Limited has donated close to half a million dollars towards the Arts Development Fund administered by the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe.