Education minister Anna Nghipondoka has called on fellow members of parliament to embrace the new Namibia Arts, Culture and Heritage Policy (NACHP). She said it will facilitate and accelerate efforts of incorporating arts, culture and heritage into the national education mainstream.
Parliament in session: MPs called to embrace heritage policy
28 October 2021, Namibia
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