African Politics and Policy

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Month: November 2016

Congo-Kinshasa: art against war

The Goma Cultural Center in spite of political situation helps young Congolese to express themselves through art, dances, music and…

Tanzania: filming tourism destinations

The mission of German company PolyPhone Crew, to film Tanzanian main destinations such as Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar’s beaches, Serengeti and Arusha…

Angola: new repository is opened today

The National Anthropology Museum is going to open a central repository today aimed to preserve more than 6000 art pieces…

Nigeria: Lagos will be closed

On December 3-4, the main streets of Lagos will be closed because of the main event of the year –…

Nigeria: capturing wind through art

Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare has opened his exhibition “Wind Sculpture VI” in Ndubuisi Kanu Park, Ikeja, Lagos. The installation is…

Uganda: taking tourism seriously

After exploration of tourism opportunities and meeting with local communties of Lango, Uganda Wildlife Education Center, the Lango Tourism Cluster…

South Africa: the Bill should be rewritten

People of the Northern Cape Province are critical toward Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership Bill. The most common critique are first,…

Zimbabwe: looking forward to Gallery’s anniversary

The National Gallery of Zimbabwe next year will celebrate its 60th anniversary. In this connection, the Herald’s recent article is…

East Africa: new projects from British Council

The British Council has allocated 11 grants for more than 30 dancers, musicians, filmmakers and writers from Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda,…

African Politics and Policy is now read in 139 countries

We are happy to announce that African Politics and Policy is now read in 139 countries. Our readers come from: Albania,…

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