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Sudan: getting ready for the conference

Minister of Culture, Al-Tayeb Hassan Badawi stated that the conference that would be addressed by the President of the Republic,…

INTERVIEW with James W.A. Kitchen, Light of the Youth Creative Organisation (Malawi)

African Politics and Policy is delighted to present to its readers our 15th interview organised with James W.A. Kitchen, Executive Director…

Museums and Tourism: a lesson for Africa?

Tourism is for many countries an important economic sector: it creates employment, contributes to the exports and to the GDP….

Golden trash

Many years ago Western European scholars became somewhat interested in kitsch, that groups of things which is characterized by the…

Botswana: government supports culture

At the 9th annual Botswana Music Union (BOMU) awards ceremony, Assistant Minister of Health and Wellness Dikgang Makgalemele stated that…

Nigeria: Lagos Book & Art Festival

From November 6-12, Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) is organizing “the biggest culture picnic on the continent” – 19th edition…

What Africa needs–the APP version

In a previous post we noted that Africa needs roads, railways, bridges…true. It also needs libraries. Development needs innovation, innovation…

Sudan: enhancing its culture relations

As Sudan is planning to devote the year of 2018 to enhancing its cultural communication, the Federal Minister of Culture…

Africa: “in the beginning there is culture”

An interesting article that starts with the famous Senghor’s words “At the beginning there is culture. In the middle there…

USA: Many Rooms by Baralaye

Museum of African Diaspora, San Francisco, invites to visit an exhibition by Ebitenyefa Baralaye “Many Rooms” that explores ‘the experience…

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