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Sat, 23 Nov 2019 17:03 - Updated Sat, 23 Nov 2019 17:03

Angola, South Africa strengthen cultural cooperation

Luanda - Angola and South Africa will reinforce the cultural cooperation and exchange experience between the creators from both countries.

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This will be during the South African Cultural Week in Angola, running from 28 November to 06 December this year.

A cultural delegation is visiting the country to show the artistic talent and create an inter-cultural and inter-generation dialogue with Angolans.

The South African delegation will be strengthened with the integration of the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Emmanuel Nkosinathi "Nathi" Mthethwa, whose arrival in Angola is scheduled for the coming days.

The cultural week, which marks the year of the 25th anniversary of Democracy in South Africa, will be celebrated under the motto  “Celebrating 25 Years of South African Democracy,“ A 25-Year Journey ”.
 

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