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Outbreaks and emergencies

Cholera (=) in week 13 cholera was monitored in 6 countries, in week 14 it was monitored in Cameroon, DRC,…

Sudan: protest victims and power of art

A Sudanese graffiti artist Assil Diab has praised demonstrators killed during the December anti-government protests in Sudan by painting their…

Nigeria: Lagos Theatre Festival is coming

From 8th to 14th April, the 6th Lagos Theatre Festival will be held under the theme “Imagine the Unimaginable”. The…

Zimbabwe: land for artists is highly needed

Since 2016, artists from Avac Arts ‘virtual gallery’ has been demanding land from the Harare City Council in order to…

Nigeria: oral traditions should be preserved

The World Poetry Day was celebrated in Lagos Education District One together with the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC). 99…

Kenya: National Drama and Film Festival kicked off

On 3rd April, the Kenya National Drama and Film Festival opened at Kibabii University (Bungoma). The themes risen on the…

The Women’s History Museum of Zambia

In order to challenge the existing stereotypes and disseminate African indigenous knowledge of women, the Women’s History Museum of Zambia…

African arts & culture at the Brighton Festival

Less than one month left till one of the biggest and important celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film,…

Opportunities for African women

L’Oreal-UNESCO science fellowship is open for South African women with graduate degrees in science and engineering. The deadline for application…

Mario Macilau and his Mozambique in photos

Fascinating photographs by Mozambican photographer Mario Macilau document the lives of the most vulnerable people in the country. “I consider…

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