African Politics and Policy

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Month: May 2016

African art: from the vault

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Zimbabwe: Saturday art classes

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (http://www.nationalgallery.co.zw/) has launched its Saturday art classes, program that unites children, students and adults to…

Zimbabwe: The Influencers

From May 31, the Tropical Gallery at Sam Levy Village in Borrowdale is presenting a solo exhibition “The Influencers” by…

Uganda: displaying Jewels of the Jungle

From May 28 to 29, at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel was held joint exhibition of photographs by Barbara Holloway, American…

South Africa: developing culinary tourism

From May 28 to 29, in Johannesburg was held the annual Mzansi International Culinary Festival (http://www.micf.co.za/). Launched in 2014, first…

Nigeria: art history matter

In order to promote the art and culture in the country, Nigerian artist and professor of University of Lagos Akoka,…

Angola: more books for primary schools

On 18th May, the National Museum of Archaeology celebrated its 37th anniversary. As part of the celebration, the Museum granted…

Zimbabwe: “Unfettered” poetry performance

On 27th May, two Zimbabwean female poets Charity Hutete and Batsirai Chigama have organized the “Unfettered” performance at Alliance Francaise…

South Africa: celebrating national symbols

On May 29, the Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation of Free State Province successfully held Arts in Schools…

Liberia: media on a cultural crusade

During Cuttington University Cultural Festival, the editor of the Daily Observer newspaper, Kenneth Best, in his speech “Promoting Arts and…

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