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The employees of the Goethe-Institut were shocked to learn that Okwui Enwezor died on 15 March in Munich after his serious illness. With his writings and exhibitions, he made a decisive contribution to the foundation of the global discourse on art, writes the Goethe Institut.
The country's culture ministers met to prepare a joint statement on how museums and institutions should deal with items acquired during the colonial era. A Cape Cross pillar is to be returned to Namibia, Deutsche Welle writes.
In Uganda, several 'Coffee Youth Teams' are being trained as independent experts in sustainable coffee-growing, writes the German Investment and Development Cooperation (DEG).
At a discussion about German involvement in African development, a diplomat from Botswana and the CEO of an investment firm bring in African perspectives, writes dandc.eu.
Charlotte Bayn is one of the first women to drive a bus in her home country, Ghana. And now transport in Accra is quicker, safer and more sustainable, writes the GIZ.
German Investment and Development Cooperation (DEG) belongs to KfW Group and promotes German and local private-sector enterprises in developing countries and emerging markets, writes the DEG.
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