Kenya: EU Calls for Cultural Tolerance Among Kenyans

The European Union (EU) Deputy Head of Delegation to Kenya Bruno Pozzi has urged all Kenyans to embrace their rich cultural diversity and use

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Namibia: Chief Mamili Condemns Secessionists

Thousands of Mafwe and Namibians from all walks of life on Sunday gathered at Chinchimane, the royal headquarters of Chief George Simasiku Mamili VII,

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South Africa: Durban Based Zulu Heritage Museum Wins Top Prize At Inaugural Africa Architecture Awards

A Zulu heritage museum, in Durban, South Africa, the Umkhumbane Cultural and Heritage Museum was awarded the Grand Prix in the Africa Architecture Awards.

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Kenya: Could This Be Ngugi Wa Thiong’o’s Year to Win the Nobel Prize in Literature?

Celebrated Kenyan writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o has been tipped to win the Nobel Prize in Literature this year at the odds of 4/1. Last

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Ethiopia: Ethiopia Bans Weapons at Festival After 2016 Stampede

Ethiopia has banned armed police from a religious festival where dozens of people were killed in 2016 during violent anti-government protests. The Irreecha thanksgiving

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Tanzania: TZN, SA Strengthen Cultural Ties

A new era dawns for bilateral relations between Tanzania and South Africa, after the two countries entered an agreement that aims to bolster African

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South Africa: Visual Artists Exhibit At Jo’burg Fair

Five local visual artists under the First Floor Gallery exhibited at the FNB Johannesburg Art Fair held at Sandton Convention Centre over the weekend.

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ICAC: Over 50 Speakers for African Cultures Conference

The International Conference on African Cultures (ICAC) is nigh and will feature over 50 speakers from across the globe, local and international. Some of

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Tanzania: Nyama Choma a taste of tanzanian delicacy

 Food forms a major part of every culture and every community boasts a certain delicacy that defines them as a people and their heritage.

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Nigeria: Spice and all things rice – Lagos pays homage to jollof

In Nigeria, jollof rice isn’t just a tasty West African dish — it’s a national obsession. Dozens of top chefs gathered at the weekend

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