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Saturday, 3 January 2009

Culture and national development

Most grateful to Senior Chief Kapalaula II for making this paper available to be reproduced here. The paper touches on the many issues we are discussing in our on-going series on Traditional Authorities. Its particularly useful for providing the first "think piece" from a traditional leader on culture and national development. Clearly a sign that our series on traditional authorities is timely indeed! (HT : Gershom).

1 comment:

  1. Inter Press Service has an informative article out of Swaziland about House on Fire, a multi-purpose venue designed to provide artists of all kinds with a common platform by which to reach tourists and the general public. A programme well worth emulating in cultural centres all over Zambia.


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