DRM case study: Rova of Antananarivo

The Rova of Antananarivo was destroyed in the fire that consumed nearly 80% of the collections of its museum complex in 1995. Ongoing prevention and restoration activities are underway, which may also inspire cross-discipline considerations.  

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The Fisherman in Johannesburg

Many hearts were touched, and no fish harmed. Actors Siyabonga Thwala and Warren Masemola superbly interpreted brothers Ben and Obembe, amazingly morphing into many other characters. The official Market Theater web site says it well:[…]

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Walking with Ostriches

Groenkloof Nature Reserve is located in the City of Tshwane. Only around 5 km from the city center, there is a patch of wilderness surrounded by roads. This patch is webbed by the roads for[…]

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Berlin, the European Capital of Queerness

ALMS conference Queering Memory is Berlin 27-29 June 2019 offered an overwhelming menu of the most relevant and contemporary queer ALMS topics, speakers and opportunities. They covered an impressive spectrum of queer approaches, communities, and issues.[…]

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TEMA – ACCRA – The Industrial Face

Tema is another suburb of Accra. It is called Tema industrial Area because it was specifically reserved for industrialisation. It has the country’s biggest port and very busy on it own way. you can imagine what goes on in a place like this. Tema has one of the most organized neighbourhoods in Ghana, in terms of its road networks and social amenities.

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CHALE WOTE The Annual Street Festival Jamestown-Accra

Jamestown originated as a community that emerged around the 17th-century British James Fort, merging with Accra as the city grew. These days, Jamestown is one of the poorer neighborhoods of Accra – full of beautifully disheveled colonial buildings, clapboard houses and corrugated iron shacks – but it remains vibrant!

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