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The British Council invites young digital creatives to take part in the third edition of ColabNowNow in partnership with Maputo Fast Forward and Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festivals.
This article provides an overview presentation given by an acclaimed Kenyan writer, Yvonne Owuor to the National Creative Economy Conference held in Nairobi 2015. Yvonne Owuor challenges the status quo by exploring what is needed to grow the creative economy in Kenya.
The fifth edition of the Imara Round Table took place on Thursday September 2019 on the theme Gaming Industry in Kenya. The Round Table focused on current status of the gaming industry,challenges developers face and possible interventions that can support the growth and development of the industry.
On October 21st, 2016, the Creative Economy Working Group presented a memorandum to the then Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts regarding the Kenya Film and Stage Plays and Publications Bill.
This article shines a spotlight on the Kenyan comedy industry and explores the complexities between creative freedom and the conditions that often come with sources of external funding.
Recently, MultiChoice Africa announced a partnership between MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) initiative and the New