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THE EUROPEAN UNION GIVES ANOTHER BOOST TO THE PROMOTION OF CULTURE AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES IN LIBERIA

The European Union hopes the cinema arthouse will contribute through its activities to preserving cultural heritage for the next generations¬†…

Arterial Network: Interview with Daves Guzha

An interesting interview with the Arterial Network chairperson Daves Guzha on cultural and creative industries in Africa. http://www.arterialnetwork.org/article/Interview_with_Daves_Guzha_Arterial_Network_President You may…

Zimbabwe: creative industries should be improved

During his meeting with the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, Makhosini Hlongwane, Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture minister, said that…

Ghana: new funds for the artists

In less than 3 months in Ghana will start working the Creative Arts Aging Fund, set up by the President…

New Issue of the Newsletter of African Politics and Policy

The new issue of the newsletter can be found here http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/APP_Newsletter_twelfth_issue.pdf You may also be interested in: Global Competitiveness Report…

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…

Botswana: 11 mln Pulas grant for creative industries

On Tuesday, the acting Minister of Trade and Industry, Sadique Kebonang gave cheques, from P10 000 and P1 mln, to…

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