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    Kenya and South Africa have struck a deal for music and film production.

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    A deal for audio-visual co-production between Kenya and South African artists has been signed.

    Following a meeting with his South African counterpart on Thursday, Cabinet Secretary for Youth Affairs, Sports, and the Arts Ababu Namwamba made the news.

    The agreement was signed by Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary Ababu Namwamba and Nkosinathi Emmanuel Mthethwa, who is the Minister for Arts and Culture in South Africa.

    The CS has announced that there would be a joint artistic collaboration between the two nations in the film and music industries.

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