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FESPACO fatigue hits African cinema

Photo©Georges Gobet/AFPThe fire seems to have gone out of Burkina Faso's biennial film festival as directors desert it for Europe and South Africa.

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An appetite for hard-hitting theatre

African theatre at home and in the diaspora intends to build on 2012's success.

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From Mozambique's Avenidas theatre to success

Photo©TOBY SELANDERFamed for the Inspector Wallander novels, Henning Mankell's other passion is his role as artistic director at Mozambique's only theatre.

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Making African music in 2013

From Kishasa's ear-bursting sounds, Ghanaian rappers, Afrobeat kings from Nigeria to Nubian rhythms in Egypt, among a host of titillating sounds and rhythms, Africa's musical year will get off to an exciting start.

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Studio time for Western Sahara refugees

Studio-Live aims to set up studios in five refugee camps and facilities to rent amplifers and microphones cheaply/Photo©Danielle SmithA new project to bring mobile recording studios to Saharawi refugee camps in Algeria aims to boost the music industry and give young musicians a voice.

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Toya DeLazy - Love is in the air

Toya DeLazy/Photo©ROSS GARRETTToya DeLazy spent 2012 dishing out her edgy mix of rap, jazz, pop and funk.

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2012, A good year for African films

2012 proved to be a good year for African cinema, despite fears of reduced funding opportunities and the usual problems with distribution.

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