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  • Namibia: Let's Review Our National Holidays
    SOONER or later this country will have to decide whether it is a necessity to commemorate national days by declaring public holidays.

  • Uganda: God is Helping Me Get Well
    LAWRENCE Kintu, 14, was recently knocked down by a speeding car on Entebbe Road in Kampala. He was playing drums in the band during the demonstration against the cutting down of Mabira Forest. He plays the side drum with Rouyalle Brass band in Mengo Bakuli. A band is a group people who play musical instruments together.

  • Uganda: 'Culture Sector Neglected'
    CULTURAL issues are not being given enough attention in Uganda, the Amakula's East African Congress coordinator, has noted, reports Conan Businge.

  • Uganda: Has Gaetano Joined the Ebonies?
    WE have known him to be versatile - he is a radio presenter on Capital FM, emcee and TV presenter on DStv's Studio 53, but never quite pictured him as a stage actor.

  • Kenya: Return of the Kasanga's
    A man and his wife stormed the Kenya music scene in the 1990s, and quickly became the power couple with high record sales and popularity. And this is remarkable, consideing that this was an era in which gospel music was dominated by church choirs and Tanzanian musician Munishi.

  • Kenya: Citizen Storms Into Small World of Video Games
    Let your imagination free and see yourself traversing Africa in an attempt to retrieve some rare and valuable artefacts as you watch out for dangerous people.

  • Kenya: Five Questions for Bob Nyanja
    An interview with the filmmaker and director of Malooned, a movie released yesterday.

  • Kenya: Musicians Sing Unity Tune to Better Their Lot
    Kenyan musicians' effort to foster unity and raise their living standards together has received a major boost with the recent revival of the Federation of Artistes and Entertainment Workers Cooperative Savings and Credit Society.

  • Congo-Kinshasa: 'Sinatra of Africa' Likely Critically Ill
    Beloved across the continent and with a career spanning decades, Tabu Ley reportedly lies critically ill at an undisclosed location. We take a look at one of Africa's most influential vocalists and prolific songwriters.

  • Zimbabwe: Developing Artists to Premiere a New Play at Harare International Festival of the Arts
    Set against a backdrop of political unrest in an unnamed African country, “Crocodile”, by award-winning playwright Giles Ramsay, draws together a series of stories related in a hotel bar that show the randomness and loneliness of life.

  • Angola: SSP Rap Group Perform from New Album in London
    The Angolan rap group SSP will perform this Friday in London, United Kingdom, as part of the promotion of their latest album called "Momentos da Trajectória" (Moments of a Trajectory).

  • Angola: Seminar On Dance Ends Saturday
    The seminar on dance that started last 23 April in Luanda, directed to cultural agents and artists, organised by the Culture Ministry (Mincult), is scheduled to end on Saturday.

  • Zimbabwe: Makosi Collapses During London Marathon
    BIG Brother star Makosi Musambasi was rushed to a London hospital late Sunday after collapsing during the London Marathon.

  • Zimbabwe: Count Down to Hifa Action
    THE country's premier arts and cultural festival, the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) comes to life on Tuesday with an array of artistic genres such as music, theatre, fine arts, dance and poetry.

  • Zimbabwe: Doubt At Reps
    ONE of the most honoured dramas of recent years will be the next production of Harare's Repertory Players, running at Theatre Upstairs from May 3 to 12.

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