African Politics and Policy

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Month: February 2016

Namibia: “An Artistic Position”

From February 4 to March 12, the National Art Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek, presents an exhibition entitled “1884-1915, An Artistic Position” to…

APP: Call for Papers

The editorial board of African Politics and Policy decided to launch a call for papers. Papers up to 3000 words…

Cultural and Creative Industries

Cultural and Creative Industries in Africa by Kristina Bekenova Generating US$4.2bln and 547,500 jobs[1], the rapidly growing sector of cultural…

Sudan: opposition against new dam

According to the Dams Opponents Committee, the construction of dams – al-Sharik, Kajbar and the Dal in the northern part of Sudan…

News from Sudan and South Sudan

Sudan received $5 billion in military aid from Saudi Arabia http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article58095 while South Sudanese court prosecutes senior presidential officials over money…

Egypt: celebrates the birthday of King Ramses II

From Feb, 17 to 22, in Egypt, was held the 4th Aswan International festival for Arts and Culture, when the…

Zimbabwe: new areas for cooperation with the British Council

The British Council initiated several new projects for Zimbabwean talented people. The projects include: Arts, Youth Engagement and Education, Shakespeare,…

Zimbabwe: in a search of the talented disadvantaged youth

Hard Mashona Arts and Culture Trust, a non-profit making organization with the aim “to help the youths achieve their artistic…

Rwanda: Kigali Arts Festival

The Umubano Hotel in Kacyiru on the 20th of February hosted the Kigali Arts Festival, where 38 exhibitors had a…

Nigeria: Exhibition celebrates the life of General Murtala Muhammed

The National Museum Onikan, Lagos, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the assassination of former Head of State,…

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