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Great African Caravan rolls into Zimbabwe

ABOUT 12 artists from across the globe are undertaking a 200-day road trip from Cape to Cairo titled the Great African Caravan meant to explore challenges from different countries using art as the medium for social change. The post Great African Caravan rolls into Zimbabwe appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe.

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هذه الصفحة هي مجرد قاریء تلقائي للأخبار باستخدام خدمة الـ RSS و بأن نشر هذه الأخبار هنا لاتعني تأییدها علی الإطلاق.

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