In partnership with UNESCO, Amagugu International Heritage Center conducted in May 2016 a baseline survey in Beitbridge, Mangwe, Matobo and uMzingwane districts to determine the status of the rural creative industry in Zimbabwe. The findings of the survey will be presented to arts and culture stakeholders in Harare on 13 September 2016 at the United States Embassy Public Affairs Section, 7th floor Goldbridge, Eastgate.


Traditional dance and music was noted to be popular after crafts making

Panelists at the discussion will be Pathisa Nyathi, Director of Amagugu International Heritage Centre and Dr. Charlton Tsodzo, the baseline survey research consultant. The session moderator is Butholezwe Nyathi, Amagugu International Heritage Centre Programs Manager and 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow. 

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