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Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Research into the Impact of the Arts


& Creative Industries on Africas
Economy
An Arterial Network Project

Delivered by Agoralumiere International in


partnership with CAJ

Culture, Arts and Jobs

Funded by: DOEN, STROMME, and the Nigerian


Federal Ministry of Commerce and Industry
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The African
Creative Economy
Arts, Culture and Creative
Industry Research in Africa
Researchsources,keyinstitutionsandannotatedbibliographyofthe
creativeeconomyinAfrica

Deliverable 2: The collation of existing research


material on the impact of the art and creative
industries on Africas Economy over the last five
years
Deliverable 2 of the Research project is prepared
by CAJ 2009

Info@caj.co.za
Postnet 193, Private Bag X2600, Houghton, 2041, Johannesburg, South Africa, Ph: +27-11-487-2507 Cell: +27-83-229-6072

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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY .................................................................................... 5

LIST OF DOCUMENTS BY YEAR................................................................................. 12

AFRICA: GENERAL WEBSITES................................................................................... 63

NATIONAL CULTURAL POLICIES IN AFRICA ........................................................ 64

CULTURAL POLICY FRAMEWORKS IN SELECTIVE AFRICAN COUNTRIES .. 65

AFRICA, CARIBBEAN AND PACIFIC COUNTRIES.................................................. 69

AFRICA CONTINENT .................................................................................................... 70

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DOCUMENTS ................................................................ 83

EAST AFRICA DOCUMENTS........................................................................................ 87

SADC ................................................................................................................................. 87

WEST AFRICA................................................................................................................. 91

BOTSWANA ..................................................................................................................... 93

DRC ................................................................................................................................... 93

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GHANA ............................................................................................................................. 94

KENYA.............................................................................................................................. 95

MALI ................................................................................................................................. 96

NAMIBIA .......................................................................................................................... 96

NIGERIA........................................................................................................................... 97

SENEGAL ......................................................................................................................... 99

SOUTH AFRICA ............................................................................................................ 101

TANZANIA DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................... 125

UGANDA......................................................................................................................... 125

ZAMBIA.......................................................................................................................... 126

ZIMBABWE.................................................................................................................... 128

LIST OF DOCUMENTS BY NAME.............................................................................. 130

LIST OF DOCUMENTS BY COUNTRY ...................................................................... 181

LIST OF DOCUMENTS BY AREA OF INTEREST (SECTORS)............................... 244

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Background to the Study


Arterial Network
The Arterial Network put out a project call for research into the Impact of the Arts on Africas
Economy. As this call explains, arts and culture are often marginalised in Africa and are seen to
have little impact on developmental issues of poverty eradication, job creation, rural and urban
development or community livelihoods let alone on economic considerations of GDP,
employment and earnings.
The aims of the overall project:
The aims are therefore to:
1. Identify African researchers in the field of the arts economy and provide them
additional skills, training and mentoring to become increasingly proficient in
researching and presenting the case for the economic and developmental value of the
arts in the African context
2. Initiate ongoing research into the African arts economy, to publish related
documentation and reports on an annual basis and generally to produce the research
required to inform arguments in favour of the creative sector on the Continent.
3. Produce the information and analysis that would feed into annual conferences on the
arts and the African economy as a way of increasing public and private support for the
arts on the Continent.
The deliverables of this research project are:
a. To collate all the research that has been done on the theme of the economic impact of
the arts and creative industries in Africa in the last five years
b. To train Africa-based researchers who can undertake such research in the short,
medium and long term and
c. To conduct research into the contribution of the Arts and creative industries in one or
two African countries or regions.
CAJs work:
Agoralumiere International in partnership with CAJ responded to this call and was awarded the
opportunity to provide the required services.
a. Avril Joffe from CAJ conducted training of African-based researchers in the required
research skills for creative economy investigation and measurement of the impact of
the creative economy. The purpose of this training is to equip Africa-based researchers
with the necessary skills to undertake such research in the short, medium and long
term. The training was conducted in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for researchers from the

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DRC and from Nigeria. These two countries were chosen for this first round of
investigation into the creative economies.
b. To collate all the research that has been done on the theme of the economic impact of
the arts and creative industries in Africa in the last five years. CAJ was tasked with this
assignment which is the subject of this report. CAJ has interpreted this brief to include
the compilation of a comprehensive list of writing about creative arts and creative
industries in African in the last 5 year. Further details of the report are contained in the
following sections.

Methodology of the Report on the Collation of the research


The brief was fulfilled by a desktop review of available research on the Creative Industries
generally and on each of the sub-sectors of creative industries.

Initially all documents and reports in the CAJ library were


classified and summarised.

Secondly, a call to the Arterial Network went out which resulted in


a number of new reports and documents.

Thirdly, leads were followed up from organisations, agencies,


institutions and individuals in the broader creative industry sector
principally in South Africa and finally, extensive searches were
conducted on the internet.

CAJ decided to extend the brief to beyond the 5 years to include all key works since 2000 and
some from the late 1990s. This was to provide a more comprehensive listing of writings and
documentation of the creative economy in Africa and to ensure that key texts from before 2004
were reflected.
Not surprisingly the work is a little like the proverbial length of a string. At some point a decision
needed to be made to stop searching, stop writing and stop classifying. There is no doubt that
this report cannot in any way claim to represent the totality of what is available. The section
below on the challenges of collecting and collating resources on the creative economy in Africa
elaborates on this further.
1. Construct a comprehensive bibliography
The first task was to collect all reports written on the creative industries generally and on each
of the sub-sectors of the creative industries and to organise these by date and by sector. These
were sourced from known authors and from consultants and associates in CAJs extensive
network.

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The brief was fulfilled by a desktop review of available research on the Creative Industries
generally and on each of the sub-sectors of creative industries.
2. Compile a comprehensive list of writing about creative arts and creative industries in
African in the last 5 year.
Where possible the report contains the following information on each study (report, document,
presentation, newspaper article, etc) with the following headings.
1.

Title

2.

Author

3.

Commissioning agent

4.

Purpose

5.

Date

6.

Country

7.

Website

8.

Summary of report

9.

Key words

Headings only appear in the narrative where information is available. The tables on the other
hand have all fields reflected.
Challenges in documenting resources available about creative industries, arts and culture and
creative economy in Africa
Official and public documentation of reports and papers on the creative industries in Africa is
simply absent. While there may well be reports and publications in African countries which
remain either in handwritten or printed form these do not make their way into the public realm.
It is part of the African Unions programme to transfer existing material in physical form into
economic form for easy public access.
Very few organisations post their reports and research findings on their own websites (where
they have these) even when they are public bodies or government funded. Consultant reports
are kept either by the consultant or by the commissioning agent. Very few of these are
available to the public. Were it not for the extensive library and network of CAJ very few of
these would be reflected in the report below. As a result very few documents have URL links. It
should be assumed that where documents are summarised they exist in hard copy in CAJs
library. While some are in soft copy (as a word document, a pdf or a PowerPoint presentation)
a future task of the Arterial Network would be to scan all those papers and reports that have

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been collected by CAJ and others at conferences, meetings, or whilst conducting research for
different organisations.
Many of the 200 or so articles, documents or news pieces reflected below were collected over
the years by CAJ as research into various aspects of the creative industries, creative economy
and cultural policy research were undertaken. This reflects a key weakness in our knowledge
system here on the African continent. Many organisational websites are not up to date or even
when they are do not post research done in preparation for policy or strategic intervention.
Thus, even where the research is known about, it cannot be found in the public domain. This
research is kept privatised by the organisation and unless either the research or the relevant
consultants or advisors were known to CAJ, this work is then not reflected.
It should be noted that the more time was spend on exploring bibliographies, links in websites
or leads from individuals, the more was found. Not all the short articles are reflected although
many of these are worth reading. Links to their websites are provided below. Researchers,
cultural practitioners, creatives, policy analysts etc are encouraged to use these websites
continually and to forward any links/ articles to the Arterial Network to keep this information upto-date.
In many respects this document and particularly the form it takes as a web resource must be a
living document. The current list of resources reflects that which was found during this
assignment. There is no doubt that more is out there. With more time, more connections made,
more visibility as to its usefulness and more buy-in from organisations, practitioners, policy
analysts, creators that more resources, documents, reports, and links will be sent through to
the Arterial Network. Keeping this list of web resources alive should become a permanent
feature of the work of the Arterial Network.
The consequence of this privatisation of resources is that the research reflected below relates
only to that where CAJ has been directly or indirectly connected to a project or where other
respondents to the call for research (particularly the members of the Arterial Network) have had
access. It is therefore a key recommendation of this work that the Arterial Network support the
making public of research about the creative economy of Africa by:
a) Updating this work periodically
b) Encouraging creative industry organisations and practitioners, creative sector
individuals and organisations we well as officials working in arts and culture
government departments to regularly send through research or documents
prepared
c) Offering to house research completed on its website and makes it available to
all creative sector practitioners, advisors, experts and organisations
d) Collaborate with other organisations, in particular IFACCA and the OCPA but
also UNESCO and UNCTAD to share resources, documents, and reports etc
with the Arterial Network as these websites

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e) Providing links to websites which regularly feature editorials or guest pieces on


creative industries
f) The use of shared Google docs to allow individuals/ organisation easy
transmission of their personal libraries and resources.
For this assignment, available reports, news pieces and documents were classified,
summarised and searched for on the internet in order to provide a more transparent
mechanism for locating the original texts. CAJ decided to sort the pieces by name, by country,
by year and by sector. Documents from before 2004 have been included where they are
seminal or significant pieces or precursors to other research.
While there is no doubt that some reports/ texts and documents are more useful than others,
little attempt was made to impose a selection on the items. Reports, documents and policy
statements from the range of international organisations reflected below reveal a sameness of
language, identification of trends and recommendations for support to the creative economies.
Very few reports are from grassroots practitioners. Absent are analyses of what has been
done, what was successful and why. Future phases of this ongoing research project will need
to develop a more systematic classification system ensuring that yet to be implemented policies
for instance are accorded less significance than evaluation of the impact of existing policies, or
public advocacy addresses by influential people are sorted separately to the voice of people on
the ground directly experiencing the policies, the support or the developments.
Feedback from the website users will be an important barometer of the usefulness of
resources.
There are different ways to slice the information. In the text the information is presented in a
table format by year.
The appendices have the tables with the information sliced by name, by country, by sector.
These lists reveal different limitations depending on how it has been sliced.

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1.

When sliced by year it reveals a slight increase in published


material in recent years although these are still extremely few
given the rich culture and diversity of our continents cultural and
creative assets.

2.

When sliced by country it reveals the disproportionate quantity of


information resources from South Africa and also highlights the
need for translation. Very few French texts were collected; no
Portuguese or Arabic texts were collected. A recommendation to
Arterial Network would be to raise funds to have translators
reviewing what web-users say are the most useful texts. At a
minimum, the summaries provided here should be translated into
French, Portuguese and Arabic. In addition, this slice by country

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also shows the extent to which international agencies report on


Africa or developing countries without differentiation.
3.

When sliced by sector it reveals a paucity of information in some


of our key sectors such as performing arts and dance, design and
all forms of live arts. Unfortunately the bias of CAJs work in the
film, music and craft industries is revealed in the disproportionate
number of resources in these sectors which have been collected
over years of work in the sector.

There is no doubt that a further slicing of the sectors themselves will allow researchers,
practitioners and policy makers and advisors to go the core of the subject they are
investigating. For example the sector music should be sliced further to reveal genres, piracy,
recorded vs. live music, equipment, intellectual property issues, artists, concerts and festivals.
This could perhaps be part of the brief for future reviews. The sector called Cross-Cutting, for
instance, could be sliced further to reveal documents about the creative economy, human
resource development and so on. In addition further work on this and new lists will need to be
more systematic about the differentiations within the sectors especially in relation to policy,
project implementation and funding and sponsorships. Many texts talk to all of these in one
report but for this first cut, only the dominant subject has been captured. The list of key words
for each document shows the range of subjects covered in the respective reports.
It is also worth noting that in this listing only 13 of Africas 52 countries have articles specific to
that country. This is clearly not an accurate picture of the reality. What it does indicate however
is the lack of visibility of writing about the creative economy and creative arts both amongst
Africa-based practitioners and experts associated with various networks as well as the
limitations of on-line resources for many African countries.
In the narrative section, documents and reports are presented according to the country they
speak about. Where countries cover more than one country in Africa they are located under the
following country headings, whichever is the more appropriate:

ACP

Africa

Developing Countries

East Africa

SADC

West Africa

If there are many documents or reports (such as under the heading Africa and South Africa),
documents and reports are listed by year.
Included below is a section on national cultural policies in Africa.

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Makotsi, Ruth
Tambadou,
Moustapha
(Ministre de la
Culture)

du

Association for the


Development
of
Education in Africa

Expanding the book trade


across Africa: a study of
current barriers and future
potential

Etude - Diagnostic
secteur de la culture

SADC

SADC

Cultural Industries for


development in Africa:
Dakar Plan of Action
Southern
African
Development Community
Sector of Culture and
Information
Policies,
Priorities and Strategies

Organisation of
African
Unity/
UNESCO
AU/UNESCO

DACST

Creative South Africa

DACST

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

List of Documents by Year

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Senegal

Association for
the
development of
Education
in
Africa,
in
collaboration
with the African
Publishers'
Network,
Oxford, UK

South Africa

Prepared by the
Cultural
Strategy Group

1999

Cross-cutting

books

Cross-cutting

1998

1999

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

1992

1988

Year

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Senegal

Africa

SADC

Africa

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

http://www.teledata.mz/sadccult/poling.ht
m

http://www.dacst.gov.za/arts_culture/cultu
re/industries/index.htm

Website

SADC/UNCTAD
Joint Project

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SADC

Developing
Countries
becoming a global player:
Opportunities in the music
industry

2000

2000

2000

2000

2000

Year

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SADC

South Africa

Title: Profile 2000


Document
prepared for the
IX Session of
Ministers
of
Culture,
Information and
Sports (SADC)

Commissioning Party:
Department of Arts
and Culture (DAC)

Namibia

PriceWaterhouse
Coopers

Title: European
South
Africa
Symposium

National
Film
and
Video
Foundation

Arts Education
Policy Review

ACP

Signed
COTONOU

in

Country

South Africa

Creating a cultural policy for


Namibia

Mans, Minette E

ACP

Commissioning Agent

Purpose/
associated
project

Commissioning Party:
National Film and
Video Foundation

Partnership Agreement

ACP-EU

Union
Film

Title

Name

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music

film

film

policy

cross cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

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Cross-cutting
Film

2001

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2000

2000

2000

Year

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UNESCO

Regional Forum on cultural


industries in Africa

Hold onto your rights!

Africa

Organised
Breda
ABOMEY,
Benin

UNESCO
African Film and
TV

Africa

Cotonou

UNESCO

Regional consultation on
cultural industries in Africa

UNESCO

by
at

Africa

Culture can play a key role


in regional integration

Country

Sithole, Jabulani

Commissioning Agent

Title

Purpose/
associated
project

Name

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http//www.dakar.unesco.org/news/en/en_
000814_cutlure.shtml

http://www.sardc.net/editorial/sanf/2000/Is
s23/Nf2.html

Website

The Adult Arts and Culture


and Arts and Culture
Sponsorship Market in
South Africa

Music
Awards
2001:
Making Ghanaian music
exportable

The Ghanaian experience

BMI-Sport Info

Collins, John

Collins, John

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Business Arts South


Africa (BASA), the
National Arts Council
of South Africa (NAC)
and the Arts and
Culture Trust (ACT)

World Bank

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

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Music Awards
2001 Paper
Workshop on
the
development of
the
music
industry
in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre,
Inc,
Washington,
DC

Purpose/
associated
project

Music

Music

2001

funding
and
sponsorship

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2001

2001

Year

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Ghana

Ghana

Country

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceer
d/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa
_synopsis.pdf

https://www.scientificafrican.org/scholars/jcollins/collins/files/bi
b16/at_download,

Website

Republic of Botswana
SADC

World Bank

National Policy on Culture

Establishment of the SADC


Culture Trust Fund

Local repertoire hits new


heights to dominate world
music market in African
Music Industry

KPMG

Republic
Botswana

SADC

Seligman, G

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning party:
KPMG Media and
Entertainment

Title: The South African


Music Industry

of

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

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Paper
presented
at
the workshop
on
the
development of
the
music
industry
in
Africa, World
Bank and Policy
Sciences
Centre,
Inc,
Washington,
DC

Policy

Purpose/
associated
project

2001

2001

2001

2001

Year

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Africa

SADC

Botswana

South Africa

Country

music

funding
and
sponsorship

Cross-cutting

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceer
d/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa
_synopsis.pdf

Website

World Bank

All Africa.com

UNESCO

What's the use of music?


The role of the music
industry in Africa

A movie industry in search


of investors

Informal music training in


early childhood musical
development

Sen. Amartya

Special
correspondent,
Lagos

Strumpf, Mitchel

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World Bank

The Market for African


Music

Seligman,
George

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

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allafrica.com
Paper
presented
at
the
African
Regional Arts
Education

Purpose/
associated
project
Workshop on
the
development of
the
music
industry
in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre,
Inc,
Washington,
DC
Workshop on
the
development of
the
music
industry
in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre,
Inc,
Washington,
DC

2001

2001

2001

2001

Year

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Africa

Nigeria

Africa

Africa

Country

music

Film

music

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://allafrica.com/stories/200106190023.
html

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceer
d/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa
_synopsis.pdf

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceer
d/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa
_synopsis.pdf

Website

Workshop
on
the
development of the music
industry in Africa

Culture, Entrepreneurship
and Development in Africa

The
Development
Research Group
on International
Trade

Tshikuku,
Kabeya

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

CRDI/IDRC, UNESCO

World Bank

Commissioning Agent

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Participants
include Amartya
Sen,
Paul
Collier,
J
Michael Finger,
Frank Penna,
David Saryek,
Gerard
Seligman, John
Collins,
Coenraad
Visser, Jerome
Reichman, Phil
Hardy,
Scott
Burnett, Keith
Maskus
Paper
presented
to
the International
Conference on
the
Cultural
Approach
to
Development in
Africa, Senegal
by
Prof
Tshikuku from
Institut
de
Recherches
Economoniques
et
Sociales
(IRES)

Purpose/
associated
project
Conference in
port Elizabeth,
South Africa

2001

2001

Year

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Africa

Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/publi
c/documents/idep/unpan003349.pdf

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCE
ERD/Resources/CWI_music_industry_in_
Africa_synopsis.pdf

Website

ILO

Enhancing Marketing Skills


for Artists and Artisans

Ballyn, John

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

de

AN
ITC
conference
paper prepared
for the National
Workshop
organised by
the
ILO
'Enterprise
Development
and
Employment in
the
Cultural
Sector
in
Zambia;
national
and
local strategies:

Purpose/
associated
project
Universite
Kinshasa

2002

Year

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Zambia

Country

arts and crafts

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.intracen.org/CreativeIndustries
/conference_papers.pdf

Website

ILO

International Network
for Cultural Diversity

Department of Arts
and Culture

The production of culture:


towards a creative region

Culture and Peace: the


Search for Indicators

National Craft Imbizo


Workshop Final Report

Joffe, A

Mazonde, I N

Monica Newton

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Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Beautiful Things
Exhibition

Presentation to
INCD
Presented at
the
INCD
meeting
in
Cape
Town,
Author
from
University
of
Botswana

Purpose/
associated
project

2002

2002

2002

Year

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South Africa

Africa

South Africa

Country

arts and crafts

indicators
&
measurement

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.incd.net/Media/ILOPresentation.ppt

Website

ACP

SADC

The cultural industries and


development

Protocol
on
culture,
information and sport

Country report on the status


of
copyright
and
neighbouring rights in
Zambia
Desert TV on the Air

A survey of research
outputs for the South
African Music, Craft, Film
and
Television
and
publishing sectors between
1997 and 2002

Moyo, Dixon

Pagniet,
Geraldine

SADC

Shakarongo,
Brian Chengela
The Namibian

Unknown

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ILO

An Action research on
Small
Enterprise
Development and Job
Creation in the Cultural
Sector

HSRC
Cultural
Observatory

WIPO

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

SADC
Presented at
WIPO
symposium,
Lilongwe,
Malawi

in The Courier
ACP-EU no 194
September
October, 2002

Purpose/
associated
project

2002

2002
2002

2002

2002

2002

Year

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South Africa

Zambia
Namibia

SADC

Developing
Countries

Zambia

Country

Cross-cutting

Intellectual
property rights
film

policy

Cross-cutting

cross cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.culturalobservatory.org.za/

http://www.tralac.org/scripts/content.php?i
d=437

http://ec.europa.eu/development/body/pu
blicatins/courier/courier194/en/en-042ni.pdf

Website

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2003

Music

publishing

Cross-cutting

2003

2003

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2003

2003

Year

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SADC

ILO

Ambert, Cecile

For the series


on Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters
and
Global
value
Chains, ILO

The Music industry :


promoting the cultural
sector through job creation
and
small
enterprise
development in the SADC
countries

in
Africa

publishing

ACP

ACP

ACP

Country

Scholarly
Africa

ACP

Technical
meeting
1st
meeting of ACP
Ministers
of
Culture,
Working Group
11

Purpose/
associated
project

ACP Group
African
Book
Collective and
the
Dag
Hammarskjold
Foundation

ACP

ACP Group

ACP Group

ACP

Dakar Declaration on the


Promotion of ACP Cultures
and Cultural Industries

Promotion of Cultural
industries/
Regional
cooperation in the field of
culture: report on the main
conclusions
Report of the working group
1 on ACP cultural policy for
development/
cultural
heritage

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Por
tal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=P
UB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type
=WP

http://www.acpsec.org/acpfestival/acp830
0603_Dakar_Declaration_e.pdf

Website

HSRC and DAC

ILO

African Marketplace
Inc,
Cultural
Engineering, Inc.

Measuring
Culture

developments globally to
inform what we do locally

The Ethno-tourism industry:


promoting the cultural
sector through job creation
and
small
enterprise
development in the SADC
countries

Guide to Pan-African
cultural
markets,
professional networks and
research resources

Avril Joffe, CAJ

Bolnick, Steven

Brereton, Kira

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

African
Marketplace
Inc,
Cultural
Engineering,
Inc.

2003

2003

2003

Year

Page 23 of 292

SADC

South Africa

Country

Establishment
of
Cultural
Observatory by
HSRC
on
behalf of DAC
Promoting
culture through
job creation and
small business
development in
SADC countries
published in the
series
on
Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters
and
Global
value
Chains, ILO

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

Ethno-tourism

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.culturalengineering.com/uploa
dfiles/AMP_CE%20GUIDE.pdf

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Por
tal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=P
UB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type
=WP

Website

CreateSA

National
Skills
and
Resources Audit 2003

Cultural Industries Sector

CreateSA

Cultural
Industries
Team

CAJ, 2009

Core

Mappp-Seta,
Africa

Skills and Resources Audit

Create SA

Western
Government

Cape

South

City of Johannesburg

Joburg Creative Industry


Sector Scoping

City
of
Johannesburg

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Page 24 of 292

2003

Input paper into


Micro-economic
Strategy for the
Western Cape

2003

2003

Year

2003

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

CreateSA

Prepared
by
Monica Newton
Prepared
for
Create SA, a
project of the
Mappp-Seta

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

indicators and
measurement

indicators and
measurement

indicators and
measurement

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.amts.co.za/cultural.pdf

Website

Development Policy
Research
Unit,
University of Cape
Town

Cultural Statistics in South


Africa

The Economics of Culture


and Cultural Statistics in
South Africa

Development
Policy Research
Unit

Haroon Bhorat
and Mei-Chi Liou

CAJ, 2009

HSRC, South Africa

Title: Protecting our cultural


capital: A research plan for
the Heritage Sector

Deacon, Harriet,
Mngqolo, Sephai
and Prosalendis,
Sandra

Commissioning Party:
HRSC
:
Social
Cohesion
and
Integration Research
Programme

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Associated
project: Cultural
Observatory at
the
HRSC
commissioned
by DAC.
Prepared
for
the
HSRC
Cultural
Observatory

Purpose/
associated
project

2003

2003

2003

Year

Page 25 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

indicators and
measurement

indicators and
measurement

heritage

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.culturalobservatory.org.za/pdf_files/
econ_of_culture.pdf

http://www.culturalobservatory.org.za/pdf
_files/econ_of_culture.pdf

Website

HSRC, South Africa

Cultural Diversity and the


impact of globalization

Joffe, A
Jacklin, N

CAJ, 2009

Joffe, A et al

ILO

The film and video industry:


promoting the cultural
sector through job creation
and
small
enterprise
development in the SADC
countries

and

Social Cohesion and


Integration Research
Programme

Protecting our cultural


capital: A research plan for
the Heritage Sector

Harriet Deacon,
Sephai Mngqolo
and
Sandra
Prosalendis

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2003

2003

2003

Year

Page 26 of 292

Developing
Countries

SADC

South Africa

Cultural
Observatory at
the
HRSC
commissioned
by DAC.

For the series


on Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters
and
Global
value
Chains, ILO
Paper prepared
for the DAC,
South
Africa
(via the HSRC)
as a position
paper
for
Developing
Countries for
the International
Network
on
Cultural Policy

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

cultural diversity

film

heritage

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.incp-ripc.org

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Por
tal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=P
UB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type
=WP

http://www.hsrcpress.ac/full_title_info.asp
?id=2024

Website

MBA
Programme
Study

CCDI

UNCTAD

The Graduate School


of
Business,
University of Cape
Town

Strategic
Recommendations
for
Industry
Development
(Discussion Guide)

Globalization , creative
industries and economy
development:
policy
challenges for Developing
Countries

Driving
the
Creative
Industries in the Western
Cape

Kozul-Wright,
Zeljka

Kristarfor, Sean
and Budhram,
Meshal

CAJ, 2009

Unctad and UN
partners

Commissioning Agent

Title

Purpose/
associated
project

Name
Kaiser
Associates
Economic
Development
Practice

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2003

2003

2003

Year

Page 27 of 292

South Africa

Developing
Countries

South Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

arts and crafts

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.designindaba.com/advocacy/d
ownloads/Driving.pdf

Website

YFM, South Africa

Monitoring the digital divide


and beyond

The visual arts and crafts


sector: promoting the
cultural sector through job
creation
and
small
enterprise development in
the SADC countries

The Kwaito nation: an


industry analysis

Ouest
Afrique
Economie

Sciadas, G

The
Session

CAJ, 2009

Yired

ILO

World Bank study of Ivory


Coast, Senegal and Mali

Monica Newton

Trinity

Free
State
Department of Sport,
Arts, Culture, Science
and Technology

Workshop Report of the


Free State Provincial Craft
Conference

Lebethe, A

Afrique

ILO

The Performing Arts and


Dance: promoting the
Cultural sector through job
creation
and
small
enterprise development in
the SADC countries

Ouest
Economie

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

For the ILO


series
on
Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters
and
global
value
chains
Unpublished summary
available
at
MIO

Orbicom

SADC

Series
on
'Upgrading in
Small
Enterprise
Clusters
and
Global Value
Chains', ILO

2003

2003

2003

2003

2003

2003

Year

Page 28 of 292

South Africa

SADC

Africa

West Africa

South Africa

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

music

arts and crafts

ICT

Cross-cutting

arts and crafts

performing arts
and dance

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www/mio.co.za

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Por
tal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=P
UB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type
=WP

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCE
ERD/Resources/CWI_music_industry_in_
Africa_synopsis.pdf

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Por
tal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=P
UB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type
=WP

Website

UNESCO

Take
Note!
The
(Re)naissance of the music
industry in Sub-Saharan
Africa

Beads Sub-Sector Study

Alden, Chris

Development
Works

ECI Africa

CAJ, 2009

Online
Review

For most Africans, Internet


access is little more than a
pipe dream

Tourism
Enterprise
Project (TEP) and the
Department of Trade
and Industries (the
DTI)

Journalism

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Online
Journalism
Review
Paper prepared
for The Global
Alliance
for
Cultural
Diversity:
Division of Arts
and
Cultural
enterprise,
Unesco, Paris

Purpose/
associated
project

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 29 of 292

South Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

arts and crafts

music

ICT

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/1071092
68.php

Website

CAJ, 2009

2004

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

2004

2004

arts and crafts

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2004

Year

Page 30 of 292

South Africa

Tourism
Enterprise
Programme and DTI

KZN Craft Sub-sector Study

ECI Africa

South Africa

Tourism
Enterprise
Programme & DTI

Wireware Subsector Study

ECI Africa

South Africa

Country

South Africa

Grass Sub-Sector Study

ECI Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

TEP & DTI

TEP and DTI

CERAMIC
Study

ECI Africa

Sub-sector

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Website

UNESCO

IIPI
Mappp-Seta,
Africa

Musicians' cooperatives: a
new model for developing
the African music industry

West Africa and Intellectual


Property: Policy Priorities to
Foster Economic Growth,
Public Health and Culture

The Sector Skills Plan: Film


and Television

Eve Gray and


Associates

IFM, Unesco

IIPI

Joffe, A

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning party:
Mappp Seta

Title: Qualitative Research


for Mappp Seta Sector
Skills Plan: the publishing
sub-sector

South

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

A
research
report prepared
for the MapppSeta

Purpose/
associated
project

2004

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 31 of 292

South Africa

West Africa

Africa

South Africa

Country

film

Intellectual
property rights

Music

publishing

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

CAJ, 2009

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 32 of 292

South Africa

Senegal

Commissioning party:
MAPPP-SETA

Title: Film and Video Sector

Joffe, Avril (CAJ)

for

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector
Skills
Plan

Joffe, Avril &


NtshilingaKhosa, Roseline
& Walters, Lee

Prepared
the ILO

South Africa

Title: The Advertising


Industrys skill needs

Joffe, A with
research input
from Abdoul Sow

Country

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Skills Plan

ILO

Employment
generation
and Trade Expansion in
Creative Industries: the
case of the film, video and
broadcast
industry
in
Senegal

Purpose/
associated
project

Commissioning party:
Ntshingila-Khosa and
Associations

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

film

advertising

film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

Title: Feasibility Study of


the South African Animation
sector

Laballo, Yoliswa
Koyo
(Anamazing
Workshop)

CAJ, 2009

Publishing in Africa

Kromberg, Steve

Radio

Quantitative Data Collection


for Mappp-Seta Sector
Skills Plan (SSP)

Title: TV and
Broadcasting

Title

Joffe, Avril and


Moatlhodi,
Zodwa
Khulisa
Management
Services
and
Eve Gray and
Associates

Name

Commissioning party:
Department
of
Communications

HSRC, South Africa

Mappp-Seta

Commissioning party:
MAPPP-SETA

Commissioning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

animation

publishing

2004

2004

cross cutting

Film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2004

2004

Year

Page 33 of 292

South Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector
Skills
Plan
Mappp-Seta
sector
skills
plan
Part of the
HSRC research
team
for
DACST
to
establish
a
cultural
observatory

Country

Purpose/
associated
project
Website

MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills


Plan

Mappp-Seta
(authored
by
Monica Newton)

CAJ, 2009

Association Culture et
dveloppement

Les industries culturelles


des pays du Sud : enjeux
du projet de convention
internationale
sur
la
diversit culturelle

M.
Francisco
dAlmeida et Mme
Marie
Lise
Alleman,

Mappp-Seta

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Mappp-Seta
sector
skills
plan per sector

Association
Culture
et
dveloppement

Purpose/
associated
project

2004

2004

Year

Page 34 of 292

South Africa

Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

Title: The Music Industry

Title: Moshito 04

Title: Funding for the


Creative Industries; Film
and Electronic Media

Title: Design Sub-Sector

Moatlhodi,
Zodwa

Moshito Music
Conference
&
Exhibition

NtshilingaKhosa, Roseline
and Joffe, Avril

NtshingilaKhosa, Roseline

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

South Africa

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector
Skills
Plan

South Africa

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Skills Plan

Commissioning party:
Ntshingila-Khosa and
Associates

2004

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 35 of 292

South Africa

Commissioning party:
Ntshingila-Khosa and
Associates

South Africa

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector
Skills
Plan

Commissioning Party:
MAPPP-SETA
Commissioning party:
Moshito
Music
Conference
&
Exhibition

Commissioning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Design

funding
and
sponsorship

music

Music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

The Music Industry in


Senegal: the potential for
economy development

Pratt, Andy with


research input
from
Biram
N'deck Ndiaye

CAJ, 2009

OCPA

Cultural Indicators: Views


from Africa

OCPA

UNCTAD

Commissioning party:
Ntshingila-Khosa and
Associates

Title: Multimedia Animation


Sub-Sector

NtshingilaKhosa, Roseline

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Report
prepared
UNCTAD
for

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector
Skills
Plan
Drafted by the
Task Force on
Cultural
Indicators
of
Human
Development in
Africa
for
presentation at
the Congress of
Cultural Rights
and
Human
development
under
the
auspices of the
Forum
Barcelona,
Mozambique

Purpose/
associated
project

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 36 of 292

Senegal

Africa

South Africa

Country

music

indicators
&
measurement

animation

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.lse.ac.uk/collections/geography/and
environment/whossho/profiles/pratt/pdf/se
negal.pdf

http://www.culturalrights.net/descargas/dr
ets_culturals80.pdf

Website

Nairobi Plan of Action for


Cultural Industries in Africa

African Union

CAJ, 2009

African Union

The Nigerian Film Industry

Various

2005

2004

2004

2004

2004

Year

Page 37 of 292

Africa

Africa
Newsletter

Kenya

Nigeria

Africa Update
Vol.X1, Issue 2
(Spring 2004)

USAID

USAID

Update

Tanzania

Story
on
Website about
Tanzania

Balancing Culture and


Conservation
through
Enterprise

Developing
Countries

UNCTAD

High level panel on creative


industries

For
11th
session, Sao
Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

UNCTAD

Developing
Countries

UNCTAD

and

Creative Industries
Development

For
11th
session, Sao
Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

UNCTAD

Country

Commissioning Agent

Title

Purpose/
associated
project

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

film

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.africa-union.org

http://www.ccsu.edu/afstudy/upd11-2.html

http://africastories.usaid.gov/search_detai
ls.cfm?storyID=228&countryID=26&sector

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxibpd13_
en.pdf

Website

Art Matters

Art Matters

Unknown

British Council

British Council

British Council

Colonisation of Kenyan
screens kills filmmakers,
drives others into exile

East African in a frenzy of


Film Festivals

Under-rated Arts

Consultative forum on arts


and culture in Kenya

Consultative forum on arts


and culture in Tanzania

Consultative forum on arts


and culture in South Africa

Artmatters

Artsmatters.info

Brickhill, Paul

British Council

British Council

British Council

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Kenya

Tanzania

South Africa

All Africa Arts


Consultation
Forum

All Africa Arts


Consultation
Forum

All Africa Arts


Consultation
Forum

2005

2005

2005

2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 38 of 292

Africa

East Africa

Kenya

Country

Magazine for
Development
and
Cooperation

News

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

film

film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.inwent.org/E+Z/content/archiv
e-eng/12-2005/tribune_art4.html

http://www.artmatters.info/frenzy.htm

http://www/artmatters.info/film/colonisatio
n.htm

Website

CAJ, 2009

CreateSA

CAJ

British Council

Department of Arts
and Culture (DAC)

Future Foundations: An
Integrated
Human
Resource
Development
Strategy

Arts and Culture Trust,


South Africa

British Council

A Benevolent Fund for


Artists
Creative sector research in
South Africa: research
sources, key institutions
and annotated bibliography
of the cultural sector in
South Africa

British Council

Zimbabwe arts focus group


meeting

CAJ

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2005

2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 39 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

Zimbabwe

Prepared
for
the
British
Council

Prepared
for
the fist phase of
the
creative
mapping study
for the British
Council

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

Research
resources

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

Gwynne-Evans,
N

CAJ, 2009

WESTGRO,
Africa

Driving a regional sector


development programme:
Lessons from the Western
Cape: 1999-2005
South

City of Joburg
YFM, South Africa

Developing Audiences for


Joburg Live Arts
The story of 99.3YFM

Freedthinkers
Gostner, Karl

South Africa

2005

2005
2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 40 of 292

South Africa

South Africa
South Africa

Africa

UNESCO

What is Digital Arts in


Africa?

UNESCO
Knowledge
Portal

DigiArts,
UNESCO

South Africa

Title: Beyond Planning to


Action: Film and TV Sector
Development Strategy

Associated
project:
Customised
Sector
Programmes
(CSP) of the
DTI.

Department of
Trade
and
Industry
(DTI)
(Jane
Corden
and
Richard
Phillips)

Commissioning Party:
DTI:
Trade
and
Investment
South
Africa;
Chief
Directorate:
Customised
Sector
Programmes

Country

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

Live arts
Music

digital arts

Film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.
phpURL_ID=24376&URL_DO=DO_TOPI
C&URL_SECTION=201.html

Website

UNESCO:
Culture,
Integration and African
Renaissance

Matsuura,
Koichiro

CAJ, 2009

UNESCO

Commissioning Party:
Ochre Communication

an

Title: Proposal for


African Music market

Le Roux, Andr

INCD

Hungwe,
Kedmon Nyasha
Private

Commissioning Agent

International Network
for Cultural Diversity

Title

Narrative and ideology: 50


years of filmmaking in
Zimbabwe
Strengthening
Local
Creative Industries and
Developing
Cultural
Capacity
for
Poverty
Alleviation: Roadmap for
the INCD

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Zimbabwe

in
Media,
culture
and
society, Vol 27,
no 1, 83-99

Africa

Address on the
occasion of the
Conference of
Ministers
of
Culture of the
Africa Union

2005

2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 41 of 292

South Africa

Associated
project: City of
Joburg
Economic
Development
Units Sector
Strategies for
Cultural Sector

Africa

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

music

Cross-cutting

Film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/0
1427/142796e.pdf

Website

City of Johannesburg:
Economic
Development Unit
OCPA

OCPA

Creative Industries Sector


Scoping

Meeting of the task force on


cultural indicators

OCPA
and
Interacts
Experts
meeting
on
Research Priorities

Monica Newton

OCPA

OCPA , Interarts

CAJ, 2009

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 42 of 292

Senegal

Africa

South Africa

Johannesburg
Film Incubator,
Johannesburg
Performing Arts
Incubator, and
Johannesburg
Music Market
Meeting Task
force, Nairobi
Meeting
convened
in
Dakar
by
OCPA,
the
Interacts
Foundation
(Barcelona,
Spain) with the
support of the
Spanish
Ministry
of
Culture on the
occasion of the
INCD meeting
convened in cooperation with
the Senegalese
Coalition
for
Cultural
Diversity and
the Senegalese
Coalition
of
SocioEconomic
Actors.

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

Research
resources

indicators
&
measurement

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/dak
ar2005/Experts_Meeting_Final_Report_2
005-en.pdf

Website

UNCTAD

United Nations

United Nations

ACP

The Digital Divide: ICT


development indices 2004

Measuring ICT: the global


status of ICT indicators

Partnerships
in
Development
Practice:
Evidence
from
multistakeholder ICT4D practice
in Africa

Handbook on ACP Cultural


Industries

UNCTAD

United Nations
ICT Taskforce

Unwin, Tim

ACP Secretariat

CAJ, 2009

UNESCO

Interview
Kabore

The
Global
Alliance
for
Cultural Diversity

Gaston

UNESCO

African
music:
new
challenges, new vocations

Tchebwa, M

with

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

United Nations
World Summit
on
the
Information
Society
Drawn up by
Ccawa / Cacao
for
the
Secretariat of
the ACP

Partnership on
Measuring ICT
for
Development

UNESCO

UNESCO

Purpose/
associated
project

2006

2005

2005

2005

2005

2005

Year

Page 43 of 292

ACP

Africa

World

Developing
Countries

Africa

Africa

Country

Indicators
&
measurement

ICT

ICT

ICT

film

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.acpfilms.eu/fileadmin/fichiers/f
ormulaire_et_annexes/EN/Handbook_AC
P_cultural_industries.pdf

http://portal.unesco/org/culture/en/ev/phpURL_ID=26989URL_DO=DO_Topic&

www.unesco.org/publishing

Website

African Union

DAC

The
Promotion
and
Protection
of
Africa's
Cultural
Products:
Advocacy Statement

Parliamentary
Media
Briefing Economic Cluster
11

African Union

African Union

DAC

CAJ, 2009

IIPI

IIPI

DAC

African Union

Culture, Integration and


African Renaissance: Aide
Memoire

DTI

African Union

Charter for African Cultural


Renaissance

African Union

Proposed Strategy on
Engendering
the
Accelerated and Shared
Growth Imitative (ASGI-SA)
Namibia
Intellectual
Property Conference Supporting Culture Based
Industries

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Briefing
for
parliament
South Africa's
Strategy
on
Engendering
the Accelerated
and
Shared
Growth Initiative
(ASGI-SA)

Advocacy
Statement

Purpose/
associated
project
Sixth Ordinary
Session of the
Assembly, held
in Khartoum,
Sudan
First
Pan
African Cultural
Congress
organised by
the
African
Union

Cross-cutting
Intellectual
property rights

2006

policy

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2006

2006

2006

2006

2006

Year

Page 44 of 292

Namibia

South Africa

South Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

http://www.thedti.gov.za/sawen/ASGISAP
ROPOSEDSTRATEGY06.pdf

http://www.dac.gov.za/media_release/10
Geb06.htm

http://www.thecommonwealth.org/Shared
_ASP_Files/UploadedFiles/0DD2D9DEE737-4839-B5F111F4B3B53102_Cultural_products_prote
ction_advocacy_statement_2.pdf

www.africaunion.org/root/au/conferences/past/2006/
november/SA/pan_african/AU_PACC_Aid
e_Memoire.doc

Website
www.africaunion.org/root/au/documents/treaties/text/
charter%20%20African%20cultural%20Renaissanceen.pdf

Mali

Media
monitoring
project and open
research

Hisses and whistles': A


baseline study into arts
coverage in the South
African mass media

The national ICT master


plan and E-government
network feasibility study in
Uganda

Les rencontres Africaines


de
la
Photographie,
Bamako 2005

National Conference on
Culture and NEPAD

Media Monitoring
Project & Open
Research

Mega-Tech

Mercier, Jeanne

National
Commission on
Culture, Ghana

CAJ, 2009

Uganda

OCPA and Interarts

Culture and Peace: The


Search for Indicators

Mazonde, I.N

National Commission
on Culture

Ecole des Hautes


Etudes en Sciences
Sociales (EHESS)

Trade

International
Forum

Bamako, Mali

South Africa

University
Botswana

of

2006

2006

2006

2006

2006

2006

2006

Year

Page 45 of 292

Africa

South Africa

Botswana

South Africa

Botswana

In South Africa, crafts


revival boosts exports

Run by the IIPI


Interview with
Tembeka
Nkamba-van
Wyk, Talking
Beads
Academy

International
Trade Forum

IIPI

Botswana
conference
focuses on strengthening
the cultural industries

Country

International
Intellectual
Property Institute

Commissioning Agent

Title

Purpose/
associated
project

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

cross cutting

visual art

ICT

media

indicators
&
measurement

arts and crafts

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.ghanaculture.gov.gh/indes1/ph
p?linkid=65&archiveid=159&page=1&adat
e=

http://wougnet/org.ICTpolicy/ug/ugictpolic
y.html

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/ma
puto2006/Workshop_Final_Report-en.pdf

http://www.tradeforum.org/news/fullstory.
php/aid/626/in_South_Africa_craft_revival

http://www.iipi.org/nav_newsroom/detail.a
sp?itemID-145

Website

International Network
for Cultural Diversity

Private

Jadeas Trust

ICT
in
Countries

CULTURE AND POVERTY


ALLEVIATION IN AFRICA:
A review of the cultural
effectiveness of Poverty
Reduction Strategy Papers
in West and Central Africa

The Obasanjo years:


motion without movement
for arts, entertainment

Empowering the
creative class

OCPA

Parliamentary
office on science
and technology

Sagnia, Burama

Abodunrin,
Akintayo

Aina, Yetunde

CAJ, 2009

OCPA

Compendium of Reference
Documents for Cultural
Policies in Africa

black

Developing

New African

knows

Nigeria 'Nobody
tomorrow'

Nwandiko,
Emeka

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Nigerian
Tribune

Postnote
No
261
A
report
prepared for the
Conference on
African Cultural
Sector
Development,
Goiree Island,
Dakar, Senegal,
5-7 March 2007

Published
in
cooperation
with UNESCO

New African

Purpose/
associated
project

2007

2007

2006

2006

2006

2006

Year

Page 46 of 292

Nigeria

Nigeria

Africa

Developing
Countries

Mozambique

Nigeria

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

ICT

Research
resources

cross cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.jadeastrust.org

http://www.tribune.com.ng/22052007/arts.
html

http://www.hivox.nl/english/english/arterial
/background-materials

www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_offices/
post/pubs2006.cfm

http://mountainrunner.us/2006/06/nigeria_
nobody_.html

Website

Arterial Network

Arterial Network

Presented at the
Arterial
Network
conference,
'Revitalising Africa's
assets'.

The Arterial Conference:


Vitalising African cultural
assets

Economic sustainability in
African Culture Sector

Ansell,
Gwen,
Barnard, Helen
and
Barnard,
Phillippa

Arterial
Conference

Brickhill, Paul

CAJ, 2009

Conference
Report

Department
of
Economic
Development
and
Tourism,
Western
Cape
Provincial
Government

Final Report on the Microeconomic


Development
Strategy for the Music
Industry in the Western
Cape
South Africa

Commissioning Agent

Title

Purpose/
associated
project

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2007

2007

2007

Year

Page 47 of 292

Africa

Africa

South Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/docs/arterial
_conference_report_en.pdf

Website

Untitled

Culture - what culture?

Deacon, Harriet

Guchu, Wander

CAJ, 2009

DAC

Arts and Culture Policy


Review

DAC

Arterial Network

DAC

Cultural Observatory,
South Africa

Film: Analysis needed to


make policy decisions

Cultural
Observatory,
South Africa

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Arterial News
Vol2 No 2

Cross-cutting

heritage

2007

2007

policy

Film

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2007

2007

Year

Page 48 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

SA government
review of policy
Unpublished
presentation to
the DAC policy
Review
Workshop

Purpose/
associated
project
Prepared
by
Howard
Thomas as part
of a broader
research project
to develop an
interactive
website on the
creative
industries
in
South Africa.
Numerous
inputs
were
provided
to
stimulate
debate on the
best way to
collect data.

http://www.dac.gov.za/projects/policy%20
Review/background%20document.doc

http://www.culturealobservatory.org.za/_tv
_ana.html

Website

UNESCO
Uganda International
Film Festival
MASA
Arterial Network

Bush
Radio's
CREW
project: growing with media
education

Survey of Content and


Audiences of Video Halls in
Uganda 2005-2006

Introducing MASA (Market


for African Performing Arts)

African Film Industry needs


Better Training to Survive

Kovacs,
OCPA

Louw, Adrian
Marshfield,
Katerina and van
Oosterhout,
Michiel

MASA

Mbewe, Nebat

CAJ, 2009

OCPA

Creative economy and


poverty eradication in
Africa:
principles
and
realities

Mate,

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial News
Vol 1 No 1

Presentation

Uganda

Paper
presented
at
the
French
Commission for
UNESCO
meeting
in
partnership with
the
French
Ministry
of
Education and
the Council of
Europe at the
Centre
de
Conferences
Internatinales,
Paris, France

Purpose/
associated
project

2007

2007

2007

2007

2007

Year

Page 49 of 292

Africa

Africa

Uganda

South Africa

Africa

Country

film

performing arts
and dance

Uganda

music

cross cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.masa.francophonie.org/english
/presentation/presentation.htm

www.uiff.org

http://www.ncrf.org.za/sa-communityradio-present-paper-at-unesco-mediaeducation

Website

The Tanzanian Film Value


Chain Study Report

Mthando, Martin
and
Kipeja,
Laurian

WESTGRO,
Africa

The Power of Culture:


Master Plan African Art
Sector on the way

Cultural Industries, arts,


culture and creative arts:
Second Paper: Policy
recommendations
and
Interventions

Unknown

Van Graan, Mike

CAJ, 2009

Unknown

Africa and transnational


cultural industries

Arterial Network

Arterial Network

South

Zanzibar International
Film Festival (ZIFF)

Arterial Network

Commissioning Agent

Perman, Tony

Owoo, John

Owoo, John

Zambia's ICT policy finally


launched
Disbursement of donor
funds - Shining example
from Zambia
Visual arts in Africa:
plagued by a litany of
problems & obstacle

Start small, think big

Mbewe, Nebat

Mushinga, Gloria

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Tanzania

Prepared
fro
the
ZIFF,
Festival of the
Dhow Countries

MEDS process,
Western Cape

Arterial News
Vol 2 no 6
University
of
Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Arterial News
Vol 2 No 5

Africa

Arterial News
Vol 2 no 4

2007

2007

2007

2007

2007

2007

2007

2007

Year

Page 50 of 292

South Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

Zambia

Zambia

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

Cross-cutting

cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

visual art

funding
and
sponsorship

ICT

film

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.hivos.nl/english/english/arterial
/background_materials

http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2
007/april/arterial.html

http://www.afrst.uiuc.edu

http://www.thewip.net/contributors/2007/0
4/zambia_s_ict_policy_finally_la.html

http://www.ziff.or.tz/sokofilam.htm

Website

2008

Developing
Countries

South Africa

Routledge

Sector
Skills
Plans for the
Creative
Industries

UNCTAD

MAPPP-SETA

Mappp-Seta Sector Skills


Plan 1009/2010

CAJ, 2009

CAJ

2008

Nigeria

Page 51 of 292

2008

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

film

Cross-cutting

2008

Private

Aina, Yetunde
Barrowclough,
Diana and KozulWright, Zeljka,
(eds.)

African Union

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

Year

Creative
Clusters 2008,
London, UK

Country

Africa

African Union

Commissioning Agent

Concept Note
Reinventing Nollywood: the
role of the mafia in the
development
of
the
Nigerian Film Industry
Creative industries and
developing countries: voice,
choice and economic
growth. .

Title

Name

Purpose/
associated
project
The
Second
Session of AU
Conference of
Ministers
of
Culture
(CAMC2)

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

www.african-union.org

Website

Demilew, Abiy

CAJ, 2009

Creative
Website

Creative Industries: the


under-utilized
African
resources
Africa

Cultural
Industries
Support Project

Commonwealth
Foundation

Database for Cultural


Initiative in Ghana: cultural
industries/ enterprise

Policy

Commonwealth
Foundation

Cultural

Commonwealth
Foundation
Cultural
Industries
Support Project
(CISP)

Making
Work

Commonwealth
Foundation

Commissioning Agent

Putting
Culture
First:
Commonwealth
perspectives on culture and
development

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

on
Creative
Africa website

2008

2008

2008

2008

Year

Page 52 of 292

Africa

Ghana

Developing
Countries

South Africa

Consultation
held
in
partnership with
South African
Coalition
for
Cultural
Diversity and
Department of
Arts
and
Culture, Samro
House

Commonwealth
Foundation

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

cross

databases

cross cutting

policy

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://www.creative-africa.org/creativeafrica_2008/index.php?option=com_c

http://www.commonwealthfoundation.
com/uploads/fckeditor/00000088_Ma
king%20Culture%20Work%20for%20
Development.pdf

Website

South African Music Hub

Feenstra,
Marianne

Masokoane,
Glenn

CAJ, 2009

Moshito

Music Qualifications: Are


music
education
institutions/ qualifications
responding to the changing
and growing needs of the
music industry?

DAC, South Africa

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

2008

2008

Year

Page 53 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

Country

Music

Music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

Private

Moshito

Moshito

West African Hip Hop: A


transnational
social
movement

Sampling Music

Music policy
document

Mbaye, Jenny

Mbaye, Jenny

Melandowitz,
Hugh

SABC

CAJ, 2009

Institut National de la
Recherche
Scientifique (INRS) Quebec

Geographies de L'industrie
musicale hip hop en Afrique
de l'Ouest

discussion

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

West Africa

Aegis cortona
summer school
in
African
studies,
Cortona,
Tuscany, 16-22
June 2008

South Africa

2008

2008

2008

2008

Year

Page 54 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

West Africa

Colloque
international
Arts, territoires
et
nouvelle
conomie
culturelle. La
culture, un atout
incontournable
du
dveloppement
urbain
et
rgional?
76eme congres
de L'ACFAS

South Africa

Country

Purpose/
associated
project

music

Music

Music

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

UNESCO

HSRC, South Africa

Producing creative content:


skills
and
economic
challenges in the South
African Creative Industries

CAJ

CAJ, 2009

Moshito

Speech to Moshito

Unknown

Wakashe, T

Unknown

Creative Economy Report


2008: the challenge of
assessing the creative
economy: towards informed
policy-making
Zimbabwe
:
Cultural
exchange
United Nations

UNESCO

Culture, a lever
development in Africa

UNCTAD

United Nations

UNCTAD

High level panel on the


creative economy and
industries for development

for

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

prepared for the


HSRC in 2007

South Africa

Unctad and UN
partners

As
a
pre
UNCTAD X11
event
in
Geneva 14-15
January 2008.
Meeting Debate
in
Culture,
economy,
regional
integration

Purpose/
associated
project

2009

Cross-cutting

music

2008

2008

Cross-cutting
Zimbabwe,
cross cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

2008

2008

2008

Year

Page 55 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

Zimbabwe

Developing
Countries

Africa

Developing
Countries

Country

www.hsrcpress.org.za

http://appablog.wordpress.com/2008/12/1
2/culture-economy-regional-integrationcult..

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxiibp
d4_en.pdf

Website

CAJ, 2009

Private

Africa: Media research is


still a problem: Blind leading
the Blind

Koenderman,
Tony

Capacity
building
for
cultural enterprise
Culture et cration: une
certaine
vision
du
dveloppent

VANSA

VANSA

Artthrob: Contemporary art


in South Africa

Artthrob

Mike van Graan

Artthrob

The African Cinema doesnt


exist

Ondega, Ogova

Mike van Graan website

The Power of Culture


Web site

Ceremony!
Celebrating
Zambia's Cultural Heritage

Van Graan, Mike


Visual
Arts
Network of South
Africa

Celtel Zambia and


Seka (Sensitisation
and
Education
through Kunda Arts)

Guhrs, Tamara,
D'elbee, Francois
and Kapwepwe,
Mulenga

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Website

Website

Website

Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

visual art

All

visual arts

Unknown
Mali

Page 56 of 292

cross-cutting

Unknown

Research
resources

Cross-cutting

All

Unknown

visual art

film

heritage

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

All

2009

2009

Year

Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Africa

Zambia

Country

http://www.culture-dev.eu/espacepresse/culture-dev.eu-manervisi.pdf

http://www.defsa.org.za/2007confere
nce/documents/papers/JackieGuille.p
df

http://www.vansa.co.za/resources

http://www.mikevangraan.co.za/recen
t-articles-papers

http://www.artthrob.co.za/

http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2
009/february/fespaco

Website

Art Matters
Art Matters

Art Matters

Private

UNESCO

Kenyans make low budget


films

Nigerians market
country through film

Uganda-based initiative to
promote African and Asian
filmmaking

Centre for Jazz and Popular


Music (CJPM) University of
Natal

The Dynamics of African


Filmmaking

Ansell, Gwen

Art matters

Artmatters

Artmatters

Brubeck, Darius

Cham, Mbye

CAJ, 2009

Private

Soweto
Blues:
Jazz,
popular music, and politics
in South Africa

their

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

in Cambridge
Journals
UNESCO's
World Culture
Report 2000:
Cultural
diversity,
conflict
and
pluralism

Purpose/
associated
project

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Year

Page 57 of 292

Africa

South Africa

Uganda

Nigeria

Kenya

South Africa

Country

film

Cross-cutting

film

film

Film

music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

http://journals.cambridge.org

http://www.artmatters.info/mira.htm

http://www.artmatters.info/nigeria1.htm

http://artmatters.info/film3.htm

Website

Mbaye, Jenny

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Page 58 of 292

West Africa

AURA (*) or some political


production of hip hop music

Kunzler, D

CAJ, 2009

Nigeria

The Nigerian video industry


as an example of import
substitution

Private

Africa

Controversy dogs award


winning African Films

Kariuki, John

Africa

Unknown

brief for INCD

Publishing in Africa

International Network
for Cultural Diversity

Year

Unknown

Country

Commissioning party:
NAB

Commissioning Agent

Purpose/
associated
project

Gray, Eve

Title: The South African


Music Industry

Gostner,
(YFM)

Karl

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Music

film

film

Africa,
publishing

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

www.suz.unizh.ch/khenzler/grey/bergen1.
pdf

Website

Piracy campaign

Project Archives

African cinema - a well kept


secret

African Cinema

TV
Africa
provides
education solution for Africa

OCPA

SAFACT

The
Global
Alliance
for
Cultural Diversity

Thompson,
Bridget

Tran
Forum

TV Africa

CAJ, 2009

Africa

Website

African Cultural
Resources

Nigerian
government

Tran Africa Forum

UNESCO

SAFACT

Nigerian Government

National
Information
Technology Policy, "Use It":
Chapter 11: Arts, Culture
and Tourism

Policy

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Issue brief

Web listing of
projects relating
to arts, culture,
entrepreneurshi
p in Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

film

film

film

Research
resources

music

Unknown

Unknown

Research
resources

ICT

Area
of
Interest/ sectors

Unknown

Unknown

Year

Page 59 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

SADC

Africa

Nigeria

Country

www.transafricaforum.org

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.phpURL_ID=31471&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/indexen.html
http://www.southafrica.info/ess_info/sa_gl
ance/media/dvd-piracy-190506.htm

http://www.nitda.gov.ng/document/nigeriai
tpolicy.pdf

Website

CAJ, 2009

Van Graan, Mike

Heritage:
Who
owns
indigenous knowledge
Cultural Industries, arts,
culture and creative arts:
Towards an understanding
of the current nature and
scope of the creative
industries in the western
cape

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Year

Page 60 of 292

South Africa

WESTGRO,
Africa

DRC

Country

Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

Unknown

South

Unknown

Feux de Brazza: Rapport


de la troisime dition

Unknown

Unknown

Commissioning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

heritage

performing arts,
music

Area
of
Interest/ sectors
Website

CAJ, 2009

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Page 61 of 292

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

CAJ, 2009

Page 62 of 292

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa: General Websites


www.douane.gov.ma
Administration des douanes et impts indirects du Maroc
Africa Information
www.africinfo.org
African Union
www.africa-union.org
African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP group)
www.acpsec.org
Agence de la Francophonie
www.agence.francophoni.org
All Africa Global Media
www.allafrica.com
Art matters
www.artmatters.info
BBC
www.bbc.co.uk/africabeyond
British Council
www.britishcouncil.org
Coalition Franaise pour la diversit culturelle
www.comitedevigilance.org
Creative Africa
www.creativeafrica.com
Eve Gray (Publisher and book industry analyst)
www.evegray.co.za
Goiree Institute
www.goireeinstitute.org
ILO
www.ilo.org
International Network on Cultural Development
www.incd.net
www.powerofculture.nl
Power of Culture
Smithsonian Institution Research Information System
http://www.siris.si.edu/
Sociolingos Africa
http://sociolingo.wordpress.com/category/culture/african-culture/page/2/
Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa
www.tralac.org
UN STATS/ Statistiques des Nations Unies
www.unstats.un.org
Union Economique et Montaire Ouest Africaine
www.uemoa.int
www.wipo.int
WIPO/ Organisation Mondiale sur la Proprit Intellectuelle
World Bank/ Banque Mondiale
www.worldbank.org
WTO/ Organisation Mondiale du Commerce
www.wto.org
www.suplanet.net
UNESCO / Organisation des Nations Unies pour lEducation, la Science et la Culture
www.unesco.org
UNESCO, Creative Industries, Africa
www.unesco.org/culture/en/creative -industries/africa
http://appablog.wordpress.com/2008/12/12/culture-economy-regional-integration-culture
European Union
http://ec.europa.eu/development/body/publications/
http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/
UNESCO, portal, documents
http://allafrica.com
African Womens Media Centre http://awmc.com

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National Cultural Policies in Africa


This section provides information on cultural policies in Africa. The following is taken from the
webpage of OCPA: The Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa with the URL address
inserted. The OCPA website is a comprehensive resource for this information. See
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/index-en.html for a list of cultural policies in Africa.
Country by Country
Law No 2005-006 on the National Cultural Policy for Socio-economic Development,
Madagascar, July 2005
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Madagascar_National_Cultural_Policy-fr.pdf
The Cultural Policy of The Republic of Seychelles, Ministry of Local Government, Sports and
Culture, 2004 at http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Seychelles_Cultural_Policy-en.pdf
or
Polisi Kiltir Repiblik Sesel, Minister Gouvernman Lokal, Sport ek Kiltir, 2004 at
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Seychelles_Cultural_Policy-sc.pdf
The Uganda National Culture Policy, Final Draft, Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social
Development, Kampala, December 2006 at
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Uganda_Culture_Policy-en.pdf
Botswana National Policy on Culture, Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs, Department of
Culture and Youth, October 2001 at
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Botswana_National_Cultural_Policy-en.pdf
Unity, Identity and Creativity for Prosperity - Policy on Arts and Culture of the Republic of
Namibia, Ministry of Basic Education, Sport and Culture, Windhoek, Namibia, August 2001 at
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Namibia_Cultural_Policy-en.pdf
Mozambique Cultural Policy and Implementation Strategy, Council of Ministers, Resolution No.
12/97, June 1997 at http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/policy/Mozambique_Cultural_Policy-pt.pdf
Cultural Policies in African Member States: Present Situation and Trends, SHC75/AFRICACULT/4 (24 countries)
Situation and Trends of Cultural Policies in the Member States of Africa,
CLT/MONDIACULT/REF.1/AFR (28 Sub-Saharan countries)
Situation and Trends of Cultural Policies in the Arab Member States,
CLT/MONDIACULT/REF.1/ARBR (6 North Africain countries)
Guide to Current States and Trends in Cultural Policy and Life in UNESCO Member States:
Africa, CULTURELINK, Cultural Policy Databank, 1992

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Monographies on Cultural Policies in the Member States: African Countries


Algeria (1977), Cameroon (1975), Egypt (1972), Ghana (1975), Guinea (1979), Kenya (1975),
Liberia (1974), Morocco (1981), Nigeria (1972), Senegal (1973), Sierra Leone (1979), Tanzania
(1974), Togo (1975), Tunisia (1970), Zaire (1975)
Cultural Policy Frameworks in Selective African Countries
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Cultural Policy Framework

Angola

In Angola the Ministry of Culture is responsible for development of the


cultural sector. This is done through and by nine public institutions, which
includes the National Institute of Cultural Heritage and the National Institute
of Artistic and Cultural Training.

Botswana

In Botswana, a draft national cultural policy was published in March 20011 by


the Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs which has the portfolio responsibility
for culture and youth, with the Botswana National Cultural Council acting as
an advisory body. The policy was approved by cabinet in October 2001.
Cultural heritage is accounted for in various acts of parliament but these dont
mention the visual arts and crafts directly. This is now contained in the draft
national cultural policy.

Ethiopia

The 1997 cultural policy guarantees equal access to culture for all Ethiopians.
A direct response to a dictatorial regime that was discriminatory to many
ethnic cultures. A key feature of the policy is the preservation of heritage and
reclaiming that which has been stolen. A campaign was launched in 2004,
reinforced by the return of an obelisk in 2005 that was plundered in 1937 on
the orders of Mussolini. It has now been returned!

Ghana

In 2004, Ghana instituted a cultural policy that promotes unity in diversity,


African values and standards and provides for the establishment of a cultural
fund. The primary focus is on promoting culture to promote redress after
colonialism.

Lesotho

The Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture is responsible for arts and culture
policy and management. The Directorate of Culture is subdivided into sections
as well as commissions, committees and associations, which are recognized
and affiliated to the Department of Culture.2

Malawi

In 2002 a new White Paper on culture was drawn up, but has not yet been
implemented. It focuses on training and revision of museum frameworks.
Cultural issues fall under the Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture.
Cultural Heritage is protected through different Acts of Parliament, dealing

Draft National Cultural Policy, Government of Botswana Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs, March 2001
Unless otherwise indicated, all information from the SADC report on the Sector of Culture and Information Policies, Priorities
and Strategies, May 1998 http://www.teledata.mz/sadccult/poling.htm
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with Monuments and Relics, Museums, Arts and Crafts, Archives and
censorship issues. The Department of Arts and Crafts recently called artists of
all disciplines to form associations, for which the government provided seed
funding. The mandate given to these associations is that they write their own
constitutions. Once these are presented to government, they will become
eligible for funding. Government felt it was important to put this responsibility
onto the artists so they could, as Mr. Bernard Kwilimbe says, speak with one
voice, because who feels it, knows it most.3
The definition of arts and crafts in Malawi is officially grouped as grassroots
(basketry, woodcarving, and domestic implements); entrepreneurial (defined
as passing from one hand to another) and fine arts (painting and sculpture)
The Malawi Chamber of Commerce is encouraging government to promote the
visual arts and crafts industries at the trade show grounds in Blantyre for the
international trade fair. This will be negotiated around May 2002. It is the first
time artists and craftspeople have been invited to exhibit.

Mauritius

The arts and culture industries in Mauritius are considered very important to
the national identity of the country. The Ministry of Arts and Culture, divided
into the respective departments, deals with artistic and cultural issues and
activities and endeavors to enhance and promote development in these
industries. The arts division deals with all artistic disciplines, whereas the
Culture Division deals with training, national cultural festivals and cultural
exchange programmes, at regional and international levels. Policies governing
these and other related departments are in the process of revision in
response to developmental needs in Mauritius.

Mozambique

In Mozambique, the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports manage the field of
culture.
Like many other countries in the region, there are few formally organized
groups or institutions in the sector other than those with connections to excolonial powers. There are many Portuguese-funded cultural centres and
connections between other ex-Portuguese colonies (Brazil, Angola etc.) are
fostered.

Namibia

Next to South Africa, Namibia demonstrates the most well organized visual
arts and crafts industries, with government and various parastatals like art
galleries, museums, associations and unions taking responsibility for
organizing cultural practice. In order to enable more effective administration
of culture, the government has decentralized cultural services through seven
regional offices. Collective workshops, workshops, biennales and craft fairs
have featured prominently on the visual arts and crafts calendar for some
twenty years. Like South Africa, Namibian is succeeding in getting the private
sector to invest in and support the visual arts and crafts industries.

Nigeria

The right to culture is enshrined in the constitution and is critical for the unity
of some 250 groups that comprise the Nigeria people. Preserving cultural
heritage is critical objective of the Ministry of Culture & Tourism. The
National Commission for Museums & Monuments enforces a strict regime to

From personal interview, Department of Arts and Crafts, Lilongwe, April 2002.

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prevent art theft. Cultural policy is implemented by National Council for Art
and Culture (NCAC) In addition the 36 states each have their own arts
council. The policy is currently under revision, with a desire to place more
emphasis on cultural co-operation with business and local communities.

Senegal

The country has played an important role in West Africa since 1960 due to the
biannual arts festival DakArt and the 30 year old Gore Diaspora Festivale.
The National Programme for the Development of Culture launched in 2005 is
founded on 2 central pillars unity & diversity.
The objective is to stimulate the cultural sectors, retain the countrys heritage
and promote Senegal as Africas Cultural Crossroad. The Programme is
decentralized, with local cultural offices responsible for its implementation. In
addition to the Programme there are presidential projects that are managed
directly by the Office of the President:
Construction of a National Theatre & Academy of the Arts in Dakar
The establishment of the Museum of Black Civilizations

South Africa

In comparison to many of the other countries in the region, the cultural policy
environment is highly developed. The constitution of South Africa provides for
a National Ministry for Arts and Culture (Department of Arts and Culture or
DACST), and nine provincial ministries of Culture. Since 1994, the visual arts
and crafts industries have been at the mercy of funding and support policies
that seem constantly under revision to address issues of community
relevance (implying a homogenous community instead of heterogeneous
communities), education and skills transfer.

Swaziland

Cultural management, being the responsibility of the Ministry of Home Affairs


demonstrates the imprecation of cultural heritage and social life. Aspects of
cultural management also fall under the Ministries of Education and Natural
Resources. The latter manages and preserves traditional sculptural practices.
The mandate of the National Cultural Council is to encourage all cultural
groups to enhance their performances and patriotic living as a uniting force in
the nation, which effectively excludes the visual arts and crafts industries.
However, successful crafts-based projects are in operation, and many thrive.

Tanzania

Tanzania put in place a cultural policy in 1997. The cultural sector is located
in the Ministry of Education and Culture which in turn has two major sectors,
Education and Culture, each of which has a commissioner. The cultural sector
is inclusive of four directorates: Arts and Languages; Sport Development;
Archives and Antiquities.
The Department of Arts and Languages co-ordinates the National Arts Council
of Tanzania (BASATA), which exists to organize exhibitions on invitation to
local artists, but apparently this has not happened for some years. The
National Arts Council is responsible for writing policy on arts events,
structures and cultural activities. Their main aim or service is to register the
various ethnic groups and associated special events. They will, for example
certify the public practice of fine artists and register exhibitions. In relation to
the Village Museum, the NAC will provide certification of standards of
production that aids with the promotion and sale of artifacts as well as
events. The Department also administers the Bagamoyo College of Arts which
trains traditional dancers, musicians, performing artists, fine artists and
sculptors.

Uganda

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Ugandas draft cultural policy was submitted to the countrys Cabinet in


August 2005 explicitly links the arts to social development. The policy
promotes the cultural industries as a source of income and encourages the
use of indigenous knowledge.
The responsible Ministry of Gender, Labour & Social Development has
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The emphasis is on decentralization with local authorities formulating their


own cultural policy within national guidelines. A special department in the
Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Industry bears responsibility for museums &
monuments. The Ministry of Education takes responsibility for the literary
world. The Ministry compiled a policy plan in 1997 to stimulating publications
in national languages, making books accessible and constructing libraries.
Zambia

The Ministry of Community Development and Social Services is responsible


for policy development and promotion of cultural activities such as the arts
and crafts. The Ministry is also responsible for bilateral and multilateral
cultural co-operation. The National Arts Council of Zambia, which co-ordinates
artistic activities of national arts associations, is a statutory body under the
Ministry of Community Development and Social Services
The Visual Arts Council currently has a register of approximately 300
members throughout Zambia and organizers national exhibitions and
workshops. In 1994 the National Arts Council grew out of various associations
of the department of cultural services to form a relationship between the
artists and the government.

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has a written cultural policy which articulates the promotion of


culture in a multi-cultural society that takes into account the different ethnic,
linguistic and religious elements in the country. Role players in the industry
have reported that this is not actively practiced due to recent restrictions that
affect freedom of speech put in place by President Robert Mugabe.
Culture is supported and managed in various line Ministries and departments
in the Zimbabwean government. The Ministry of Education, Sport and Culture
is responsible for policy direction in all matters concerning culture. The
Ministry of Home Affairs administers the National Museums and Monuments
and the National Archives. Copyright and Neighbouring Rights matters are
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Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Countries


Title: Dakar Declaration on the Promotion of ACP Cultures and Cultural Industries
Author: ACP Group
Date: 20-Jun-03
Website: http://www.acpsec.org/acpfestival/acp8300603_Dakar_Declaration_e.pdf
Summary: This declaration commits the African, Caribbean and Pacific cultural ministers to
formulate an ACP cultural policy, to collaborate with regional bodies and international
institutions and to promote the adoption of measures conducive to the development and
establishment of all forms of cultural industries in ACP states. Its commits ACP states to
working with the Convention on the diversity of cultural expressions, to participate in the World
Summit on the Information Society, to support the regular hosting of an ACP festival and to
work with the European Union and other international and multilateral partners and non state
actors to design, promote and support ACP cultural activities through the establishment of an
ACP Cultural Foundation.
Key Words: ACP, cultural industries, development, ICTs, ACP festival, ACP Cultural
Foundation, Dakar
Title: Promotion of Cultural industries/ Regional cooperation in the field of culture: report on the
main conclusions
Author: ACP Group
Commissioning Party: Technical meeting 1st meeting of ACP Ministers of Culture, Working
Group 11
Date: 18-Jun-03
Title: Handbook on ACP Cultural Industries
Author: ACP Secretariat
Commissioning Party: Drawn up by Ccawa / Cacao for the Secretariat of the ACP
Date: 2006
Website:
http://www.acpfilms.eu/fileadmin/fichiers/formulaire_et_annexes/EN/Handbook_ACP_cultural_i
ndustries.pdf
Summary: This handbook is produced for 2 purposes: a) to publicise ACP's cultural policies
and b) to promote an understanding of the advantages of cooperation between ACP and the
EU in the field of culture. The report outlines the ACP groups' cultural policy; ACP cultural
industries; information on national and regional cultural policies and the principles to which
cultural cooperation with the EC has to sign up.
Key Words: ACP, EU, culture, cultural policy, cultural industries

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Before 2000
Title: Cultural Industries for development in Africa: Dakar Plan of Action
Author: Organisation of African Unity/ UNESCO
Commissioning Party: AU/UNESCO
Date: Jun-92
Title: Expanding the book trade across Africa: a study of current barriers and future potential
Author: Makotsi, Ruth
Commissioning Party: Association for the Development of Education in Africa
Date: 1999
Associated project: Association for the development of Education in Africa, in collaboration
with the African Publishers' Network, Oxford, UK
Website: http://openlibrary.org/b/OL22460732M/Expanding-the-book-trade-across-Africa
Key Words: publishing; publishing industry; book industry; bookselling; trade; book
development; Africa
2000
Title: Culture can play a key role in regional integration
Author: Sithole, Jabulani
Date: 15-Dec-00
Website: http://www.sardc.net/editorial/sanf/2000/Iss23/Nf2.html
Title: Regional consultation on cultural industries in Africa
Author: UNESCO
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 5-8 th September 2000
Associated project: Cotonou
Summary: A UNESCO meeting of experts met in Cotonou (Benin) in September 2000 to
review the current situation of cultural industries in Africa, 8 years after the launch of the Dakar
Plan of Action and in the light of the impact of globalisation and the need to respect cultural
diversity. Professionals from Angola, Benin, the Central African Republic, the Democratic
Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Malawi, Tanzania and Togo participated in the
meeting. Challenges facing each of the core cultural industries in Africa as a result of culture,
trade and globalisation are outlined. Recommendations directed at key role-players are
identified: states and public authorities, cultural operators, international and regional
organisations and bodies and particularly, for UNESCO.
Key Words: Cotonou agreement, UNESCO, cultural industries, Africa, recommendations, role
of government, globalisation
Title: Regional Forum on cultural industries in Africa

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Author: UNESCO
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 4th - 9th September 2000
Associated project: Organised by Breda at ABOMEY, Benin
Website: http//www.dakar.unesco.org/news/en/en_000814_cutlure.shtml
Summary: This news item announces the regional forum on cultural industries in Africa to
reflect on developments since the adoption of the Dakar Plan of Action in 1992. The intention is
to conduct an inventory of cultural industries in Africa and provide guidelines for UNESCO. It
would be useful to have access to these working papers as there is little to reflect on in this
period!
Key Words: Africa, cultural industries, Dakar plan of action, UNESCO, assessment, regional
forum
Title: The Dynamics of African Filmmaking
Author: Cham, Mbye
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Associated project: UNESCO's World Culture Report 2000: Cultural diversity, conflict and
pluralism
2001
Title: Culture, Entrepreneurship and Development in Africa
Author: Tshikuku, Kabeya
Commissioning Party: CRDI/IDRC, UNESCO
Date: 10-14 December 2001
Associated project: Paper presented to the International Conference on the Cultural
Approach to Development in Africa, Senegal by Prof Tshikuku from Institut de Recherches
Economoniques et Sociales (IRES) Universite de Kinshasa
Website: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/idep/unpan003349.pdf
Summary: This paper reflects on the nature of African economies and particularly the
weakness of indigenous entrepreneurship. While the old framework of lifelong solidarity has not
disintegrated completely the new framework of capitalist individualism has not completely
moved in. It is here that the author finds the basis for a plan of action for Africa. This plan is
targeted at educators in favour of the very young, at teachers for teenagers, at political
institutions to promote national entrepreneurship and finally at action strategies aimed for civil
society. Culture is considered from the perspective of values, attitudes and reflexes.
Key Words: culture, indigenous entrepreneurship, values, inculturation, teachers, educators
Title: Local repertoire hits new highs to dominate world music market in African Music Industry
Author: Seligman, G
Commissioning Party: World Bank
Date: June 20-21 June 2001
Associated project: Paper presented at the workshop on the development of the music
industry in Africa, World Bank and Policy Sciences Centre, Inc, Washington, DC
Website:
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa_synopsis.p
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Summary: This presentation focuses on how each of the key players in the music industry
makes money: record companies, artists and publishers. It assesses the high risk nature of the
music business and highlights market trends and potentials per type of music for each of 6
African countries.
Key Words: record companies, music, distribution, Congo, market trends, royalties, air play
Title: What's the use of music? The role of the music industry in Africa
Author: Sen. Amartya
Commissioning Party: World Bank
Date: June 20-21. 2001
Associated project: Workshop on the development of the music industry in Africa, sponsored
by the World Bank and the Policy Sciences Centre, Inc, Washington, DC
Website:
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa_synopsis.p
df
Summary: This presentation highlights the key points from all the contributors to the workshop
in 2001. In highlighting the contributions of the music industry to Africa's development, he notes
that it extends beyond the direct contribution that the development of music makes to the living
standards and the quality of life of the people; a) economic returns from programmes of
distribution, with protection of rights and entitlements; b) music plays a part in sustaining old
identities and contributes to the creation of new ones; c) music in both entertainment and
dialogue. He concludes that music makes interrelated contributions to economic development,
social change, political cohesion and cultural progress.
Key Words: Music, contributions, economic, social, cultural, living standards, quality of life,
Africa, music industry
Title: Informal music training in early childhood musical development
Author: Strumpf, Mitchel
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 24-30 June 2001
Associated project: Paper presented at the African Regional Arts Education Conference in
port Elizabeth, South Africa
Summary: This report deals with music education in Malawi and Zimbabwe and offers
suggestions of ways to improve formal, in-classroom music education in both countries.
Key Words: Music training, early childhood, musical development, Malawi
Title: Workshop on the development of the music industry in Africa
Author: The Development Research Group on International Trade
Commissioning Party: World Bank
Date: 20-21 June 2001
Associated project: Participants include Amartya Sen, Paul Collier, J Michael Finger, Frank
Penna, David Saryek, Gerard Seligman, John Collins, Coenraad Visser, Jerome Reichman,
Phil Hardy, Scott Burnett, Keith Maskus
Website:
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCEERD/Resources/CWI_music_industry_in_Africa_syno
psis.pdf
Summary: This workshop focused on the development of the music industry in Africa with
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agreements, economies of African states, the role of the cultural industries in poverty
alleviation, the Nashville experience, creating and sustaining markets for African music, how
the various players in the music industry market money, the legal and intellectual property
rights frameworks, public domain music, the role of collection societies, digital solutions as well
as how to create an African music industry.
Key Words: Africa, music industry, West Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, World Bank, economics,
social contribution, cultural industry, Nashville, Congo, Ghana, South Africa, markets, legal
framework, collection societies, African music industry
2002
Title: Culture and Peace: the Search for Indicators
Author: Mazonde, I N
Commissioning Party: International Network for Cultural Diversity
Date: 2002
Associated project: Presented at the INCD meeting in Cape Town, Author from University of
Botswana
Title: Scholarly publishing in Africa
Author: African Book Collective and the Dag Hammarskjold Foundation
Date: Jul-02
2003
Title: Guide to Pan-African cultural markets, professional networks and research resources
Author: Brereton, Kira
Commissioning Party: African Marketplace Inc, Cultural Engineering, Inc.
Date: May, 2003
Associated project: African Marketplace Inc, Cultural Engineering, Inc.
Website: http://www.culturalengineering.com/uploadfiles/AMP_CE%20GUIDE.pdf
Summary: This guide commissioned by the African Marketplace Inc (a not for profit
organisation that promotes the understanding and appreciation of the global influence of the
African Diaspora) covers the following sectors: fashion, literature, media, multi-disciplinary,
music, performing arts, tourism and visual arts. It includes a questionnaire for participation in
future editions. The Guide consists of a brief description and associated contact information for
thousands of Festivals, Cultural markets, Professional Networks, and Research resources all
either part of the African Diaspora or demonstrating a strong emphasis on Pan-African arts and
culture.
Key Words: Guide, African Markets, Festivals, cultural markets, Research, African Diaspora
2004
Title: Les industries culturelles des pays du Sud : enjeux du projet de convention internationale
sur la diversit culturelle
Author: M. Francisco dAlmeida et Mme Marie Lise Alleman,
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Date: Aug-04
Associated project: Association Culture et dveloppement
Summary: This report was written for the Intergovernmental Agency of the Francophonie (AIF)
and the High Council of the Francophonie. It is their contention that this is the first
comprehensive attempt to assess the economic importance of the cultural industries of the
South. Their study highlights the shortage of comprehensive data on these industries and the
need to harmonize data collection procedures to arrive at a common 'model' for the
international community. They argue for the identification of indicators to measure the current
and potential contribution of cultural industries; ability to pinpoint structural obstacles to the
development of cultural insures that require public policy solutions and to explore the economic
and cultural rationale for international convention on cultural diversity. They conclude that the
diversity of cultural industries in the South precludes their characterisation as an homogenous
entity. Therefore policies directed at these industries will need to be diverse.
Key Words: Francophonie, AIF, cultural industries, Africa, data collection, policy, cultural
diversity, indicators.
Title: Nairobi Plan of Action for Cultural Industries in Africa
Author: African Union
Commissioning Party: African Union
Date: 10-14 December 2005
Website: www.africa-union.org
Summary: The Nairobi Plan of Action (2005) replaces the Dakar Plan of Action (1992) taking
into account developments in the interim years. It offers a situational analysis of the cultural
industries in Africa and presents a plan of action for the development of endogenous cultural
industries in Africa with the perspective of setting up an African cultural common market.
Specific measures to be taken by pan-African organisations, UNESCO as well as member
states are outlined to support the growth and development of the cultural industries in Africa.
Key Words: Nairobi Plan of Action, Dakar Plan of Action, cultural industries, Africa, UNESCO,
African Union, African cultural common market.
Title: For most Africans, Internet access is little more than a pipe dream
Author: Alden, Chris
Commissioning Party: Online Journalism Review
Date: 2004
Associated project: Online Journalism Review
Website: http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/107109268.php
Summary: This review of internet use in Africa based on the World Summit on the Information
Society reveals the lack of computers, training or economics essential to affording and using
new technology. The case of Ethiopia is presented with less than 0.1 percent of the population
ever having seen the internet. Facts from Swaziland, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda,
Tanzania, Benin, Ghana, Madagascar, Kenya, Nigeria and Rwanda are given.
Key Words: Africa, internet, digital divide, information society, internet use, Ethiopia
Title: Cultural Indicators: Views from Africa
Author: OCPA
Commissioning Party: OCPA
Date: March/ August 2004

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Associated project: Drafted by the Task Force on Cultural Indicators of Human Development
in Africa for presentation at the Congress of Cultural Rights and Human development under the
auspices of the Forum Barcelona, Mozambique
Website: http://www.culturalrights.net/descargas/drets_culturals80.pdf
Summary: This paper documents the work of an interdisciplinary and complementary team
during two seminars in Maputo during 2004. The purpose of the work was to provide a
specifically African perspective on cultural indicators for human development. Priority indicators
are presented including governance, equity, cultural liberties, creativity and cultural
entrepreneurship, knowledge generation and management, as well as capacity building,
gender and HIV/Aids.
Key Words: Cultural indicators, cultural diversity, Africa
Title: Take Note! The (Re)naissance of the music industry in Sub-Saharan Africa
Author: Development Works
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: Jun-04
Associated project: Paper prepared for The Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity: Division of
Arts and Cultural enterprise, Unesco, Paris
Website: http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/files/26323/11127048393Global_Alliance_Tool__Music_Industry_in_Sub-Saharan_Africa.doc/Global%2BAlliance%2BTool%2B%2BMusic%2BIndustry%2Bin%2BSub-Saharan%2BAfrica.doc.
Summary: This report explores six themes relating to the music economies of Sub-Saharan
Africa. These are: the size of the African music economy as reflected in market value
assessments; the major differences pertaining to the status of the music industry in different
countries in terms of evidence of the developmental stages which both the recording and live
performance sectors have achieved; music genres in terms of the share of the market captured
by local repertoire and common music genres across the region; the contextual factors that
define the condition of the music industry in the region. These include socio-cultural, political
and economic factors; overviews of the production and consumption patterns in the recording
and live performance industry value chains respectively, in terms of different markets, value
chain segments and role-players.
Key Words: Sub-Saharan Africa, African music economy, developmental stages, music
genres, recording and live performance sectors, socio-cultural, political and economic factors,
production and consumption patterns, value chains, role players, music industry, music sector,
UNESCO
Title: Musicians' cooperatives: a new model for developing the African music industry
Author: IFM, Unesco
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: Nov-04
Title: Publishing in Africa
Author: Kromberg, Steve
Commissioning Party: HSRC, South Africa
Date: 2004
Associated project: Part of the HSRC research team for DACST to establish a cultural
observatory
Website: www.culturalobservatory.org.za

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2005
Title: Under-rated Arts
Author: Brickhill, Paul
Date: 2005
Associated project: Magazine for Development and Cooperation
Website: http://www.inwent.org/E+Z/content/archive-eng/12-2005/tribune_art4.html
Title: UNESCO: Culture, Integration and African Renaissance
Author: Matsuura, Koichiro
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 13-Dec-05
Associated project: Address on the occasion of the Conference of Ministers of Culture of the
Africa Union
Website: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/01427/142796e.pdf
Summary: This address was given in Kenya on the theme 'Culture, Integration and African
Renaissance' has as its starting point the 'glaring absence' of culture from the action plan of
NEPAD and that the 'entire approach, the entire quest for the African renaissance rests on
cultural postulates'. The address touches on the links between culture and development, the
importance of cultural heritage for cultural unity as well as the significance of cultural industries
in Africa. It notes that little progress has been made since the adoption of the 1992 Dakar Plan
of Action for the Development of Cultural Industries and that in addition there have been
substantial changes and advances in technologies since then. The address also emphasises
that language is a key instrument in research and that partnerships enabling South-South and
triangular solidarities need to be explored.
Key Words: Culture, Integration, African Renaissance, Dakar Plan of Action, cultural
industries, partnerships, South-South partnerships
Title: What is Digital Arts in Africa?
Author: DigiArts, UNESCO
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 2005
Associated project: UNESCO Knowledge Portal
Website: http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.phpURL_ID=24376&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html
Title: Interview with Gaston Kabore
Author: The Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 2005/11/10
Associated project: UNESCO
Website: http://portal.unesco/org/culture/en/ev/php-URL_ID=26989URL_DO=DO_Topic&
Summary: This Global Alliance interview with one of Africa's most famous filmmakers, Gaston
Kabore touches on many issues of relevance to African film industry. These include training
and professionalism including his company 'Imagine", film distribution as the key control of the
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lack of cinema viewing halls in Africa, the role of television and whether a vibrant film market
can be developed in Africa.
Key Words: Gatson Kabore, filmmaker, Africa, Burkina Faso, film industry, digital
technologies, mobile cinema, television, training
Title: Africa music: new challenges, new vocations
Author: Tchebwa, M
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 2005
Associated project: UNESCO
Website: www.unesco.org/publishing
Summary: This book provides an overview of Africa as the home of a kaleidoscope of musical
traditions and discoveries. It documents the multiple forms of African music and shows how
they are firmly rooted in the social and cultural concerns of Africa societies. It documents the
challenges of globalisation and the internet showing how trade has abolished frontiers with
cultural capitalism advancing daily and the rise of digital piracy. It asks whether small African
production studios can protect the musical heritage and the development of Africa's cultural
industries from multinational record companies and whether artists should accept the pirating of
their work by new technologies.
Key Words: Africa, music, heritage, internet, globalization, digital piracy, small production,
2006
Title: National Conference on Culture and NEPAD
Author: National Commission on Culture, Ghana
Commissioning Party: National Commission on Culture
Date: 18/05/2006
Website:
http://www.ghanaculture.gov.gh/indes1/php?linkid=65&archiveid=159&page=1&adate=
Summary: This report details the workshops held by the National Commission on Culture in
Ghana. The objectives of these workshops were to examine the dimensions of culture relevant
to the realization of the NEPAD goals and to make recommendations for inclusion of cultural
dimensions in the NEPAD framework
Key Words: National Commission on Culture, NEPAD, Ghana, workshops, socio-economic
development
Title: Charter for African Cultural Renaissance
Author: African Union
Commissioning Party: African Union
Date: 23rd -24th January 2006
Associated project: Sixth Ordinary Session of the Assembly, held in Khartoum, Sudan
Website: www.africa-union.org/root/au/documents/treaties/text/charter%20%20African%20cultural%20Renaissance-en.pdf
Summary: This Charter for African Cultural Renaissance replaces the 1976 Cultural Charter
for Africa and deals with objectives and principles, African cultural diversity, identity and
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states in cultural development, Intra and inter African cultural co-operation and Africa and the
African Diaspora.
Key Words: Africa, culture, renaissance
Title: The Promotion and Protection of Africa's Cultural Products: Advocacy Statement
Author: African Union
Commissioning Party: African Union
Date: 06-Dec-06
Associated project: Advocacy Statement
Website: http://www.thecommonwealth.org/Shared_ASP_Files/UploadedFiles/0DD2D9DEE737-4839-B5F1-11F4B3B53102_Cultural_products_protection_advocacy_statement_2.pdf
Summary: This Advocacy statement addresses the problem of African cultural products being
made all over the world without benefit to the African originators. Third parties exploit African
designs without authority, acknowledgement or benefit-sharing and also at times obtain
intellectual property rights over their 'new' or 'original' designs. This results in concerns that not
only is the style of the indigenous design misappropriated, but is all too often in a disrespectful
or inappropriate manner. It calls for instruments to be designed to address the protection of the
full range of African cultural products .
Key Words: Africa, promotion, cultural products, cultural manifesto, traditional cultural
expressions, local economies
Title: Culture And Poverty Alleviation in Africa: A review of the cultural effectiveness of Poverty
Reduction Strategy Papers in West and Central Africa
Author: Sagnia, Burama
Commissioning Party: International Network for Cultural Diversity
Date: Oct-06
Associated project: A report prepared for the Conference on African Cultural Sector
Development, Goiree Island, Dakar, Senegal, 5-7 March 2007
Website: http://www.hivox.nl/english/english/arterial/background-materials
Summary: This paper was commissioned as a background document for the Conference on
African Culture Sector Development and served two purposes: a) to provide a cultural review
and critique of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) of 9 countries in West and Central
Africa to determine the manner and extent to which cultural issues and concerns have been
accommodated and b) to reveal how creative industries have been incorporated and prioritised
in the PRSP, national development strategies and budgets. It proposes strategies for
reinforcing the case for culture in PRSP and other sector development strategies.
Key Words: PRSPs, Africa, cultural effectiveness, cultural industries, creative industries,
sector development policies, strategies
Title: Compendium of Reference Documents for Cultural Policies in Africa
Author: OCPA
Commissioning Party: OCPA
Date: 2006
Associated project: Published in cooperation with UNESCO
Website: http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/publics/indexen.html
and http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/newsletter/2009/OCPA_News_No223_20090226.pdf
Summary: This document was developed and published by OCPA in co-operation with
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UNESCO. The book includes a collection of reference texts, resolutions, recommendations


and declarations concerning culture and its role in development in Africa, adopted since the
1960's, namely by the OAU/AU, UNESCO and the International Organization of the
Francophonie (OIF).The Compendium also contains an introductory Overview of Objectives
and Priorities of Cultural Policies in Africa - From the Pan African Manifesto (1969) to the
Charter for the Cultural Renaissance of Africa (2006), as well as a bibliography of some 600
documents and publications concerning cultural policies and cultural development in Africa
from the UNESCO and OCPA databases.
Key Words: Reference documents, Cultural Policies, Africa, OCPA, AU, OCPA
2007
Title: Creative economy and poverty eradication in Africa: principles and realities
Author: Kovacs, Mate, OCPA
Commissioning Party: OCPA
Date: 15-Apr-07
Associated project: OCPA website
Summary: The central message of this paper is that despite numerous policy declarations and
guidelines as well as thorough assessments of the cultural industries in Africa (such as the
Nairobi Plan of Action), the prevailing strategies and planning practices continue to ignore in
general the cultural realities and assets of the African continent. The paper argues that the
creative economy is a sustainable development strategy and points to the variety and
multiplicity of initiatives taken in various countries. The international cultural market imposes an
imperative on African countries to realise the objectives of the Convention on the preservation
and protection of the diversity of cultural expressions and for the international community to
share expertise and resources to assist in this endeavour.
Key Words: Cultural industries, Africa, Convention on the preservation and protection of the
diversity of cultural expressions, creative economy, sustainable development
Title: The Arterial Conference: Vitalising African cultural assets
Author: Arterial Conference
Commissioning Party: Arterial Network
Date: 5-7 March 2007
Associated project: Conference Report
Website: http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/docs/arterial_conference_report_en.pdf
Summary: This report of the Arterial Network Conference titled 'Vitalising African Cultural
Assets' covered aspects relating to African cultural assets, African cultural sector, UNESCO's
Convention, economic sustainability, arts and culture management and capacity building,
cultural cooperation and exchange, lobbying and organisation building, funding as well as
proposals for practical projects to address some of the key challenges. The report serves as a
basis for planning, networking and action to address the primary themes and issues emanating
form the conference.
Key Words: Arterial Network, cultural assets, Goiree Island, Senegal, African cultural sector,
UNESCO, economic sustainability, arts and culture management, cultural cooperation, funding
Title: Economic sustainability in African Culture Sector
Author: Brickhill, Paul

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Commissioning Party: Presented at the Arterial Network conference, 'Revitalising Africa's


assets'.
Date: 2007
Associated project: Arterial Network
Summary: This short discussion presented at the Arterial Conference 'Revitalising Africa's
Assets' asks questions about what fuels the growth of the cultural sector in Africa, what the
main markets are, are new markets emerging, etc. It notes that the creative sector is not
accorded economic status equivalent to other industries and is rather framed by intrinsic social
value resulting in arts practitioners arguing that homegrown culture which drives intellectual
and social synergy in the continent is massively under-valued.
Key Words: economic sustainability, African cultural sector, growth, markets, social value,
artistic heritage, production and distribution capacity, publishing, music recording, film
distribution
Title: Culture - what culture?
Author: Guchu, Wander
Commissioning Party: Arterial News Vol2 No 2
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Arterial Network
Title: Start small, think big
Author: Mbewe, Nebat
Commissioning Party: Arterial Network
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Arterial News Vol 2 no 4
Key Words: Mass media, coverage, arts journalism, SABC, editorial
Title: Concept Note
Author: African Union
Commissioning Party: African Union
Date: Apr-07
Associated project: The Second Session of AU Conference of Ministers of Culture (CAMC2)
Website: www.african-union.org
Summary: This concept note highlights the objectives of the roundtable 'Strengthening
Partnership between African Cultural Institutions and the African Union' and the Conference of
Ministers of Culture (19-23 October 2008) and sets up the precedents for the meeting, the
agenda as well as the expected outcomes, in particular the African Cultural Policy Framework.
Key Words: Africa, African Union, African Cultural Policy Framework, Cultural Institutions,
Partnership
Title: The Power of Culture: Master Plan African Art Sector on the way
Author: Unknown
Date: Apr-07
Website: http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2007/april/arterial.html
Title: Capacity building for cultural enterprise
Date: 2007
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Summary: This photo document presentation focuses on the 25 bilateral focus countries (16
of which are in Sub Saharan Africa) eligible for DelPHI funding and highlights the need to
develop capacity for cultural enterprises in many of these countries. Using vivid photos of craft
projects throughout the region and UNESCO programmes the document showcases existing
craft enterprise development in the region.
Key Words: UNESCO, photo gallery, craft enterprises, cultural enterprise, income generation,
DelPHI funding.
Title: African Film Industry needs Better Training to Survive
Author: Mbewe, Nebat
Commissioning Party: Arterial Network
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Arterial News Vol 1 No 1
Title: Introducing MASA (Market for African Performing Arts)
Author: MASA
Commissioning Party: MASA
Date: 2007
Associated project:
Website: http://www.masa.francophonie.org/english/presentation/presentation.htm
Summary: MASA was created in 1993 by the Agence Intergouvernementale de la
Francophonie to promote African artists and their works and incorporate them into international
distribution channels. It is a Pan African project. This note introduces the work of Masa.
Key Words: MASA, Francophonie, Pan African, African artists
Title: Visual arts in Africa: plagued by a litany of problems & obstacle
Author: Owoo, John
Commissioning Party: Arterial Network
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Arterial News Vol 2 no 6
Website: http://www.imagineafrica.org/files/Arterial_Conference_Report.pdf
2008
Title: Creative Industries: the under-utilized African resources
Author: Demilew, Abiy
Commissioning Party: Creative Africa Website
Date: 2008
Associated project: on Creative Africa website
Website: http://www.creative-africa.org/creative-africa_2008/index.php?option=com_c
Summary: This commissioned piece reflects on the inability of Africa to respond creatively and
effectively with the global creative economy resulting in an under-utilization of Africa's
resources and the potential for the impoverishment of the cultural heritage of African countries.
It highlights the establishment of the Accra Group in Ghana in April 2008 as a mechanism both
to mobilise creative sector stakeholders in each national context and as a starting point for the
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Key Words: Accra Group, Ghana, creative economy, cultural heritage, Africa, African
countries, Nairobi Plan of Action
Title: Culture, a lever for development in Africa
Author: UNESCO
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 2008
Associated project: Meeting Debate in Culture, economy, regional integration
Website: http://appablog.wordpress.com/2008/12/12/culture-economy-regional-integrationcult..

2009
Title: The African Cinema doesnt exist
Author: Ondega, Ogova
Commissioning Party: The Power of Culture Web site
Date: Feb-09
Website: http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2009/february/fespaco
Summary: This short piece laments the lack of a 'film industry' in Africa despite the many films
produced in Africa. The problems facing the development of 'African cinema' are highlighted
with a particular emphasis on the role of France.
Key Words: African cinema, France, film industry,
Unknown date
Title: Africa and transnational cultural industries
Author: Perman, Tony
Associated project: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Website: http://www.afrst.uiuc.edu
Summary: This short paper from the Outreach Program of the Centre for African Studies
reflects on the impact of globalisation on the cultural industries of the poorer countries of Africa.
Key Words: Africa, cultural industries, globalisation, Outreach Programme of the Centre for
African Studies
Title: Africa: Media research is still a problem: Blind leading the Blind
Author: Koenderman, Tony
Summary: This short piece reflects on the problems of media research in pan-African
advertising. This is largely as a result of the wave of deregulation and privatisation which
fostered the emergence of dozens of commercial broadcasters on the African continent. Very
little credible audience research accompanies their sales pitches. This makes selling
advertising very difficult. The paper looks at the work of the Pan African Media Research
Organisation (PAMRO) as well as the All Media and Product survey in South Africa, Zambia,
Kenya, Namibia and Ghana.
Key Words: media research, Africa, All Media and Product survey, South Africa, Zambia,
Kenya, Namibia, Ghana, Pamro, TV Africa, advertisers, commercial broadcasters

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Title: African Cultural Policy Resources


Author: OCPA
Commissioning Party: OCPA Website
Website: http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/index-en.html
Summary: This website lists African regional and local cultural policies as well as links to other
relevant documentation, such as working papers, reports, conclusions and recommendations.
Many agencies and institutions are covered including the AU, UNESCO, Culturelink resources,
Foundations, African Regional and Sub-regional Organisations, African Regional and National
Cultural Institutions, Other International and Regional Organisations, Cooperation Ministries
and Agencies, Networks and Research Centres, Non-Governmental Organisations, Museums.
African Cultural Policy Documents are listed according to year 1989-2007. African Cultural
Policy References are listed according to agency/ institution such as the AU, UNESCO or
according to Project, Events, Publications, Press Reviews, News and Listings.
Key Words: African cultural policies, AU, UNESCO, Culturelink resources, foundations, African
organisations, African institutions, national cultural institutions, international organisations,
cooperation ministries, agencies, networks, research centres, non-governmental organisations,
museums. African cultural policy documents, African cultural policy references, project, events,
publications, press reviews, news, listings.
Title: Project Archives
Author: The Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity
Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Associated project: Web listing of projects relating to arts, culture, entrepreneurship in Africa
Website: http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.php-URL_ID=31471&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC
Title: African Cinema
Author: TransAfrica Forum
Commissioning Party: TransAfrica Forum
Associated project: Issue brief
Website: www.transafricaforum.org
Summary: This short piece on African cinema gives a history to the emergence of the film
industry in Africa and the production obstacles faces by African filmmakers. The piece looks at
finance, production and distribution in African cinema and the dependence on Europe. The
importance of the FESPACO fund is highlighted to encourage African filmmakers to take
charge of the direction of the industry as well as the development of partnerships across
borders.
Key Words: African cinema, Africa, production, finance, distribution, Fespaco, fund,
partnerships, Europe

Developing Countries Documents


Title: Putting Culture First: Commonwealth perspectives on culture and development
Author: Commonwealth Foundation
Commissioning Party: Commonwealth Foundation
Date: 01-Nov-08

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Associated project: Commonwealth Foundation


Summary: Putting Culture First is the product of consultation with representatives from
government, civil society and the culture and development sectors across the Commonwealth,
carried out during 2008. It acknowledges the lack of recognition given by the Commonwealth to
the links between culture and development. The booklet highlights 7 key connections between
culture and development: the creative economy and sustainable livelihoods, cultural policy and
the 2005 UNESCO convention, Culture as a tool for development, as a process for
development, cultural expression and negotiating identifies, culture, crisis and repression as
well as rights and culture.
Key Words: Culture, developing countries, commonwealth foundation, UNESCO convention,
culture and development,
Title: The cultural industries and development
Author: Pagniet, Geraldine
Commissioning Party: ACP
Date: 2002
Associated project: in The Courier ACP-EU no 194 September - October, 2002
Website: http://ec.europa.eu/development/body/publicatins/courier/courier194/en/en-042-ni.pdf
Summary: This article outlines the emergence of cultural industries in the ACP countries and
proposes conditions under which they could flourish and generate development.
Key Words: ACP, cultural industries, development, UNESCO, cultural services, copyrightbased cultural industries
Title: Globalization , creative industries and economy development: policy challenges for
Developing Countries
Author: Kozul-Wright, Zeljka
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: June 4, 2003
Associated project: UNCTAD and UN Partners
Summary: The paper covers topics ranging from globalisation and new perspectives for
culture, the definition of creative industries with a particular focus on the music industry in
developing countries. Production and trade as well as opportunities and policy challenges for
the music industry are considered. Mechanisms to upgrade creative industries, managing
cultural trade, institution building for creative industries in developing countries as well as the
need for a global cultural pact are discussed. In conclusion the paper assesses the flexibility
that developing countries have to carry out independent policy initiatives in support of their
domestic creative industries in the light of the global trading regime.
Key Words: Unctad, music industry, developing countries, creative industries, global trading
regime, Trips agreement, globalisation
Title: Creative Industries and Development
Author: UNCTAD
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 04-Jun-04
Associated project: For 11th session, Sao Paulo, 13-18 June 2004
Website: http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxibpd13_en.pdf
Summary: This 14 page report provides information on the state of the creative industries in
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weaknesses and global systemic biases are the two reasons for the marginal nature of creative
industries in the world economy. The advantage to developing countries however is that
creativity is deeply embedded in every country's cultural context such that with effective
nurturing, these sources of creativity can open up new opportunities for developing countries to
increase their shares of world trade and leap frog into new areas of wealth creation.
Key Words: UNCTAD, creative industries, development, creativity, developing countries, trade
Title: High level panel on creative industries
Author: UNCTAD
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 04-Jun-04
Associated project: For 11th session, Sao Paulo, 13-18 June 2004
Website: http://www.unctad.org/en/docs
Summary: In 2004 a high level panel on creative industries comprising more than 40 eminent
artists and experts from the cultural community, industry, academia, international organisations
and civil society met in Sao Paola focused on the developing countries. A key concern was the
inability of the developing countries to benefit from the employment expansion, value creation
and technological upgrading associated with the creative industries and the need for policy
intervention to facilitate market access.
Key Words: High level panel, UNCTAD, Sao Paola, creative industries, developing countries,
value creation, employment expansion, technological upgrading, market access
Title: Creative industries and developing countries: voice, choice and economic growth. .
Author: Barrowclough, Diana and Kozul-Wright, Zeljka, (eds.)
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 2008
Associated project: UNCTAD and UN
Website: www.unctad.org
Summary: This book covers information relating to creative industries in developing countries
and the impact these industries have on economic growth.
Key Words: Developing countries, creative industries, economic growth, UNCTAD,
Barrowclough, Kozul-Wright
Title: High level panel on the creative economy and industries for development
Author: UNCTAD
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 14-15 January 2008
Associated project: As a pre UNCTAD X11 event in Geneva 14-15 January 2008.
Website: http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxiibpd4_en.pdf
Summary: In 2008 a high level panel on the creative economy and industries met in Geneva
as a precursor to the 12th Session of UNCTAD held in Accra, Ghana. It focussed on the
developing countries. The meeting discussed policy strategies, multilateral processes, national
experiences, assessment tools and areas for international cooperation aimed at enhancing
creative capacities in developing countries. Six themes were debated from policy options, trade
gains, and intellectual property rights, cultural policies to capacity building and capturing trade
and economic data.
Key Words: Creative industries, developing countries, UNCTAD, high level panel, creative
economy, trade figures and economic indictors, cross cutting policy

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Title: Creative Economy Report 2008: the challenge of assessing the creative economy:
towards informed policy-making
Author: United Nations
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 2008
Associated project: UNCTAD and UN partners
Website: http://www.unctad.org/Templates/webflyer.asp?docid=9750&intItemID=2068&lang=1
Summary: The so called "Creative economy" is an evolving concept based on the potential of
"creative assets" to generate socio-economic growth and development, in a globalized world
increasingly dominated by images, sounds, texts and symbols. At the heart of the creative
economy lie the creative industries. Loosely defined, the creative industries are at the
crossroads of arts, culture, business and technology and use intellectual capital as their
primary input. Todays creative industries range from folk art, festivals, music, books,
newspapers, paintings, sculptures and performing arts to more technology-intensive subsectors
such as the film industry, TV and radio broadcasting, digital animation and video games, and
more service-oriented fields such as architectural and advertising services. The Creative
Economy Report 2008 the challenge of assessing the creative economy towards informed
policy-making is the first comprehensive study to present the United Nations perspective on
this emerging topic. This policy-oriented analysis is intended to facilitate a better understanding
of the key issues underlying the emerging creative economy at national and international
levels. It brings together contributions from five United Nations organizations, namely
UNCTAD, UNDP UNESCO, WIPO and the International Trade Centre (ITC), in a joint
endeavour to enhance policy coherence and international action in this area. The development
dimension is the guiding principle of this Report which aims to assist developing countries to
harness their creative economies and to maximize trade and development gains by recognizing
the creative economy as a feasible development option for linking economic, technological,
social and cultural development objectives of our contemporary society. It does this by
discussing concepts, methodologies and the structure of the creative economy; sharing
evidence-based analysis confirming that the creative industries constitute a new dynamic
sector in international trade and suggesting directions for policy strategies. The statistical
annex presents first-hand trade data and pioneering analysis of international trade flows of
creative goods and services in world markets. The 350-pages Report recognizes that creativity
and human talent are fast becoming powerful engines for economic growth and development,
and calls for the adoption of effective cross-cutting mechanisms and concerted inter-ministerial
policy action. Developing countries around the world can find ways to optimize the potential of
the creative economy for generating economic growth, job creation and export earnings while
at the same time promoting social inclusion, cultural diversity and human development.
Key Words: creative economy, creative industries, feasible development option, cross-cutting
mechanisms, statistics, cultural trade data, definitions, concepts, models, methodologies.
Title: Cultural Diversity and the impact of globalization
Author: Joffe, A et al
Commissioning Party: HSRC, South Africa
Date: 2003
Associated project: Paper prepared for the DAC, South Africa (via the HSRC) as a position
paper for Developing Countries for the International Network on Cultural Policy
Website: http://www.incp-ripc.org

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Summary: The paper takes as its point of departure the work of the International Network on
Cultural Policy (INCP). The perspective taken in this paper is that of a developing country
isolating both what the development priorities are as well as the status of cultural sectors in
developing countries and how these interact. Specific focus is given to the cultural sectors in
Sub-Saharan Africa. Having identified these it offers proposals for an instrument that would
enhance the ability of developing countries to realise their cultural policy objectives.
Key Words: Cultural diversity, globalisation, developing country, cultural industries, subSaharan Africa, SADC, trade, development, post-colonial societies, intellectual property rights,
instrument, UNESCO, HSRC, cultural policy, heritage, music, film, craft, visual arts, publishing,
cultural industries.
Title: ICT in Developing Countries
Author: Parliamentary office on science and technology
Date: Mar-06
Associated project: Postnote No 261
Website: www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_offices/post/pubs2006.cfm
Summary: The benefits of ICT is not being realised in developing countries. A particular focus
on Africa is provided with examples from Mali, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Sub Saharan Africa,
Ethiopia, Egypt and Tanzania. Technological developments and changes in the way new ICT
are used can assist in bridging the 'digital divide'. The importance of NEPAD and the
Commission for Africa are highlighted.
Key Words: ICT, Developing Countries, Sub Saharan Africa, Africa, technology, digital divide,
Tanzania, ICT4D

East Africa Documents


Title: East Africa in a frenzy of Film Festivals
Author: Artsmatters.info
Commissioning Party: Art Matters
Date: 2005
Website: http://www.artmatters.info/frenzy.htm
Summary: This short news piece announces that Uganda hosts an international film festival
ahead of the Zanzibar International Film Festival and the African Cine Week of Nairobi. The
festival is about cultural showcasing rather than a film market. Kampala is carving a niche in
documentary films. Speakers include Mathia Diawara, an authority on African cinema as well
as Dommie Yambo Odotte on the relationship between broadcasting and film production in
East Africa.
Key Words: Uganda, film, Zanzibar, East Africa, film festivals, FESPACO, Kampala, Manthi
Diawara, African Cinema
SADC
Title: Southern African Development Community Sector of Culture and Information Policies,
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Author: SADC
Commissioning Party: SADC
Date: May-98
Website: http://www.teledata.mz/sadccult/poling.htm
Title: Establishment of the SADC Culture Trust Fund
Author: SADC
Commissioning Party: SADC
Date: 30 April - 5 May 2001
Associated project: in Culturelink. 12 (34) August 2001, pages 29-31. Zagreb, Croatia
Website: http://sirislibraries.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?session=1239810OW533K.13436&profile=liball&uri=search=SL
~!Southern%20African%20Development%20Community%20Culture%20Trust%20Fund.&menu
=search&submenu=subtab103&source=~!silibraries#focus
Title: Protocol on culture, information and sport
Author: SADC
Commissioning Party: SADC
Date: 26/07/2002
Associated project: SADC
Website: http://www.tralac.org/scripts/content.php?id=437
Summary: This SADC Protocol was developed in the spirit of regional integration and cooperation to develop and implement policies and programmes in the areas of Culture, Sport
and Information, to pool resources, to enhance regional identity in diversity and to ensure the
right of access to information and participation in culture and sport. A number of articles deal
with all aspects of culture, cultural industries, cultural heritage, festivals, copyright and
neighbouring rights and language policy.
Key Words: SADC protocol on Sport, Culture and Information, cultural industries, diversity,
copyright, festivals, regional integration
Title: The production of culture: towards a creative region
Author: Joffe, A
Commissioning Party: Presentation to INCD
Date: 2002
Associated project: A synthesis of the bigger ILO project on culture in SADC
Website: www.incd.net/Media/ILOPresentation.ppt
Summary: This presentation summarises the ILO study on cultural sector's impact on small
business and job creation in the SADC region coordinated by Avril Joffe. The presentation
assesses the state of the cultural sector in the SADC region and analyses its importance to the
region. Areas covered with examples from the SADC region across the music, visual and
performing arts, ethno-tourism, film and video industries, include definitions of the cultural
industries in Africa, tangible vs. intangible heritage, coordination and integration, cross border
integration, funding for cultural events, international recognition vs. poor local acclaim,
censorship and piracy, the role of government, markets, infrastructure, festivals and events, the
leakage of talent, corporate support, coordinating bodies, the second or parallel economy,
technology and telecommunications, training and development, spatial and geographic
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Key Words: Creative region, SADC, cultural, cultural industries, tangible product, intangible
product, copyright, music, film, craft, visual arts, performing arts, video, ethno-tourism
Title: The visual arts and crafts sector: promoting the cultural sector through job creation and
small enterprise development in the SADC countries
Author: The Trinity Session
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: For the ILO series on Upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global
value chains
Website:
http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mod
e=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type=WP
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research in the Visual Arts and Crafts Sector to provide more detailed
information and case studies of culture enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward
providing policy prescriptions that would help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the
growth of small enterprises.
Key Words: visual arts, crafts, value chain, entrepreneurship, job creation, small business
development, skills, heritage, talent, globalisation, SADC, culture enterprises, policy
Title: The Ethno-tourism industry: promoting the cultural sector through job creation and small
enterprise development in the SADC countries
Author: Bolnick, Steven
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: For the ILO series on Upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global
value chains
Website:
http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mod
e=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type=WP
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research in the Ethno-Tourism sector to provide more detailed
information and case studies of culture enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward
providing policy prescriptions that would help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the
growth of small enterprises. The term Ethno-tourism is a term describing any excursion, which
focuses on the works of humans rather than nature, and attempts to give the tourist an
understanding of the lifestyles of local people. This has also been referred to as 'indigenous
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Key Words: ethno-tourism, value chain, entrepreneurship, job creation, small business
development, skills, heritage, talent, globalisation, SADC, culture enterprises, policy
Title: The film and video industry: promoting the cultural sector through job creation and small
enterprise development in the SADC countries
Author: Joffe, A and Jacklin, N
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: For the ILO series on Upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global
value chains
Website:
http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mod
e=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type=WP
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research in the Film and Video Sector to provide more detailed
information and case studies of culture enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward
providing policy prescriptions that would help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the
growth of small enterprises.
Key Words: film and video industry, value chain, entrepreneurship, job creation, small
business development, skills, heritage, talent, globalisation, SADC, culture enterprises, policy
Title: The Music industry: promoting the cultural sector through job creation and small
enterprise development in the SADC countries
Author: Ambert, Cecile
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: For the ILO series on Upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global
value chains
Website:
http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mod
e=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type=WP
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research in the Music Sector to provide more detailed information and
case studies of culture enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward providing policy
prescriptions that would help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the growth of small
enterprises.
Key Words: music industry, value chain, entrepreneurship, job creation, small business
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Title: The Performing Arts and Dance: promoting the Cultural sector through job creation and
small enterprise development in the SADC countries
Author: Lebethe, A
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: For the ILO series on Upgrading in small enterprise clusters and global
value chains
Website:
http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_prog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mod
e=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_type=WP
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research in the Performing Arts and Dance sector to provide more
detailed information and case studies of culture enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye
toward providing policy prescriptions that would help ameliorate the major constraints
preventing the growth of small enterprises.
Key Words: performing arts, dance, industry, value chain, entrepreneurship, job creation,
small business development, skills, heritage, talent, globalisation, SADC, culture enterprises,
policy
Title: Piracy campaign
Author: SAFACT
Commissioning Party: South Africa.info gateway to the nation
Date: 15 April 08
Website: http://www.southafrica.info/ess_info/sa_glance/media/dvd-piracy-190506.htm
Summary: This short report highlights new anti-piracy programmes to persuade the audience
that buying pirated material is not a good idea. South Africas Anti-Piracy Foundation has
developed an initiative in which fake pirated DVDs are given to vendors at street corners. The
buyer only realises they are fake when they play the DVD when a message appears saying:
Thank you for buying this DVD. Your R40 has been donated to the Anti Piracy Foundation.
Piracy is a crime.
Key Words: Piracy, DVDs, fake, anti-piracy, South Africa
West Africa
Title: World Bank study of Ivory Coast, Senegal and Mali
Author: Ouest Afrique Economie
Commissioning Party: Ouest Afrique Economie
Date: 2003
Website:
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCEERD/Resources/CWI_music_industry_in_Africa_syno
psis.pdf
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Author: Mbaye, Jenny


Commissioning Party: Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) - Quebec
Date: 6 -7th May 2008
Associated project: Collgue international Arts, territoires et nouvelle conomie culturelle. La
culture, un atout incontournable du dveloppement urbain et rgional? 76eme congres de
L'ACFAS
Summary: The objective of this communication is to explore political, cultural and economic
geographies of the industry of music hip hop and to analyse its potential contribution in the
development of the urban territory. Leaning on the example of the Dakar hip hop 'dakaroise'
crossroads of West Africa Hip Hop, this article considers musical industry hip hop as a translocal phenomenon linked to the economic and social development of the urban region.
Aesthetics of todays globalized culture; this music seems to establish itself as a concrete
implement of claim and to represent a common answer of West African youth to the political
and social deterioration of their locality.
Key Words: West Africa, hip hop, music, Dakar, urban, youth, music industry, urban
geography, cultural development, entrepreneurship.
Title: West African Hip Hop: A transnational social movement
Author: Mbaye, Jenny
Commissioning Party: Private
Date: 16-22 June 2008
Associated project: Aegis Cortona summer school in African studies, Cortona, Tuscany, 1622 June 2008
Summary: This paper examines the links between hip hop music, cultural entrepreneurship
and social change in two West African urban regions: Dakar and Ouagadougou. Among
musical genres, Hip Hop has contributed to the vitality of the music industry and social change
amongst the youth in the last 20 years. Hip hop music is presented as a cultural economy with
the potential to socially empower West African youth via the creation of organisational and
cultural forms that contribute to sustainable urban development. The players in this sector are
both entrepreneurs and political actors.
Key Words: West Africa, hip hop, music, Dakar, urban, youth, Ouagadougou, music industry,
entrepreneurship
Title: AURA (*) or some political production of hip hop music
Author: Mbaye, Jenny
Commissioning Party: Private
Summary: For the last twenty years, Hip Hop in West Africa, among the few musical genres
common to the whole region, has considerably contributed to the vitality of the local musical
sector as well as to social change among the West African youth. Hip hop music has asserted
itself through the articulation of new socio-cultural and ideologico-political perspectives.
Drawing the nowadays globalised geographies of Hip Hop and its musical expression, this
article suggests an analysis of the political production of hip hop musical from the West African
collective, AURA. The mobilisation of those hip hop actors thus illustrates the application of the
differential politics and the politics of difference inscribed in this musical genre in West Africa.
Key Words: Hip Hop; AURA; political production; West Africa; rap music

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Botswana
Title: National Policy on Culture
Author: Republic of Botswana
Commissioning Party: Republic of Botswana
Date: 2002
Website: http://www.gov.bw/docs/national_policy_on_culture_v2.pdf
Summary: This is Botswanas cultural policy adopted in 2002. It provides a vision for 2016
and touches on all areas relevant to culture such as identity, preservation, cooperation,
tourism, environment, language, gender, children, and cultural sectors.
Key Words: Botswana, vision 2016, policy on culture, cultural identify, preservation, cultural
cooperation, tourism, environment, language, gender, children, sectors
Title: Botswana conference focuses on strengthening the cultural industries
Author: International Intellectual Property Institute
Commissioning Party: IIPI
Date: 2006
Associated project: IIPI
Website: http://www.iipi.org/nav_newsroom/detail.asp?itemID-145
Summary: Text summarises the 3 day conference in Botswana on 'Establishing a National
Collecting Society and Strengthening the Cultural Industries'. The workshop included an
overview of Botswana copyright law and a discussion of trademarkers in the music industry,
The Botswana Musicians Union explored the necessary ingredients for building artist based
organisations, introduction to the local music industry of issues such as licensing mechanisms
and deal terms, tips on breaking into various markets and how to protect musical works from
international copyright thieves.
Key Words: Botswana, copyright, cultural industries, musicians union, international copyright
thieves
Title: Culture and Peace: The Search for Indicators
Author: Mazonde, I.N
Commissioning Party: OCPA and Interarts
Date: 2006 (undated)
Associated project: University of Botswana
Website: http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/maputo2006/Workshop_Final_Report-en.pdf
Summary: This paper discusses conflict resolution and peace building from the perspective of
culture. Cultural indices are presented as useful in the development framework of
understanding conflict.
Key Words: Cultural indicators, conflict, Africa
DRC
Title: Feux de Brazza: Rapport de la troisime dition
Author: Unknown
Date: 2008
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Summary: This French Language word document outlines the origins, process and impact of
the Traditional Music Festival held in the DRC in 2008.
Key Words: Feux de Brazza, DRC, traditional music, festival

Ghana
Title: Database for Cultural Initiative in Ghana: cultural industries/ enterprise
Author: Cultural Industries Support Project (CISP)
Commissioning Party: Cultural Industries Support Project
Date: 2008
Website:
http://www.ghanaculture.gov.gh/privatecontent/File/CISP%20Ghana/CISP%20DATABASE%20
PHASE%201%20REPORT%20_2_(1).pdf
Summary: Report on the findings of the Cultural Initiatives (Cis) survey phase one project
conducted in 10 administrative regions of Ghana covering the background of cultural
practitioners, materials, tools, production, labour, marketing and financial details of the cultural
enterprises.
Key Words: Database, cultural initiatives, Ghana, administrative regions, cultural practitioners,
cultural enterprises, phase one, report
Title: Music Awards 2001: Making Ghanaian music exportable
Author: Collins, John
Date: 2001
Associated project: Music Awards 2001 Paper
Website: https://www.scientific-african.org/scholars/jcollins/collins/files/bib16/at_download,
Summary: The paper covers the two markets for Ghanaian popular music: the internal market
recorded fro the local market and the World music market. The latter has in the last 5 years
been the fastest growing sector of the American music industry representing approximately
14% of the annual global record/cd sales. The paper explores the success of World music
artists such as Youssou N'Dour, Salif Keita and Ali Faka Toure, Angelique Kidjo, Fela Kuti and
Papa Wemba and Kanda Bongo Man. Details of the Ghanaian music sector by genre are
explored as well as the lack of local role model musicians. The problem of taxes. The paper
provides concrete proposals for Ghana to support its live commercial music and entertainment
sector.
Key Words: Ghana, music industry, West Africa, world music, Seligman
Title: The Ghanaian experience
Author: Collins, John
Commissioning Party: World Bank
Date: 2001
Associated project: Workshop on the development of the music industry in Africa, sponsored
by the World Bank and the Policy Sciences Centre, Inc, Washington, DC
Website:
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_music_industry_in_africa_synopsis.p
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Summary: This presentation deals with the current structure and function of the music
industry sector in 6 countries in terms of copyright legislation, collection society institutions,
music unions and technology. It highlights the potential for music performances for tourism and
domestic sales by focusing on Ghana as a case study. Finally it assesses the pros and cons of
music piracy and policy options.
Key Words: Ghana, music industry, West Africa, collection society institutions, music unions,
technology, piracy, copyright legislation, World Bank

Kenya
Title: Consultative forum on arts and culture in Kenya
Author: British Council
Commissioning Party: British Council
Date: 2005
Associated project: All Africa Arts Consultation Forum
Summary: This report documents a meeting organised by the British Council in Nairobi as one
of ten organised in Africa as part of the All Africa Arts Consultation Forum. The report assesses
the ascendant and dominant art forms in Kenya, the notable trends and development over the
past few years, the influences on the Kenyan arts and culture sector as well as priorities for
support from the British Council.
Key Words: British Council, Kenya, arts, creative industries, All Africa Arts Consultation Forum
Title: Colonisation of Kenyan screens kills filmmakers, drives others into exile
Author: Artmatters
Commissioning Party: Art Matters
Date: 2005
Associated project: Artmatters news
Website: http://www/artmatters.info/film/colonisation.htm
Summary: This news piece reflects on a debate about local content on Kenyan television and
radio stations. The local content call has the support of the Kenyan Union of Journalists, artists
and the independent audio visual sector but not that of the Nation Media Group which says it is
'a slap in the face of liberalisation'.
Key Words: Kenya, film, local television and radio stations, local content, broadcasting, foreign
programmes
Title: Kenyans make low budget films
Author: Art matters
Commissioning Party: Art Matters
Associated project: Art Matters
Website: http://artmatters.info/film3.htm
Summary: This news piece reflects on the ability of Kenyan filmmakers to make films despite
lack of funds, poor economy and a deficient promotion and distribution network. The example
of the film The Green Card is used to elaborate on a partnership with the private sector that
resulted in a low budget film shot in under 21 days.
Key Words: Kenya, Film, low budget, goodwill, The Green Card

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Mali
Title: Les rencontres Africaines de la Photographie, Bamako 2005
Author: Mercier, Jeanne
Commissioning Party: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)
Date: juin, 2006
Website: http://www.africultures.com/php/index.php?nav=evenement&no=62
Summary: The report documents the history of photography in Africa and how photographers
have captured the people, their environment and their rituals through this medium. The report
attempts to provide a measurement of the impact of the biennale in Africa across mass media.
Key Words: Mali, Bamako, Photography
Title: EU project in the cultural sector in Mali
Author: Culture and creativity: vectors for development
Commissioning Party: culture-dev.eu website
Date: 2009
Associated project: EU project in the cultural sector in Africa
Website: http://www.culture-dev.eu/documentation-generale/Culture-Dev.eu-mali_culturendomo_fr.pdf
Summary: This webpage summary provides information on projects in specific countries
outlining the context, the objectives and the impacts of these projects. This focus of this page
is: Ndomo: L'cole d'initiation et l'histoire d'un succs
Key Words: EU, Mali, cultural projects, development

Namibia
Title: Creating a cultural policy for Namibia
Author: Mans, Minette E
Date: May 1 2000
Associated project: Arts Education Policy Review
Website: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-64151059.html
Summary: This article outlines the importance of a national cultural policy for Namibia. Mans
describes how the policy was developed and discusses the purpose of a cultural policy and the
concerns and recommendations for the implementation of the policy.
Key Words: art education, cultural awareness, culture, dance education, education policy,
elementary secondary education, fine arts, foreign arts, foreign countries, music education,
public policy, theatre arts
Title: Namibia Intellectual Property Conference - Supporting Culture Based Industries
Author: IIPI
Date: November 15-17, 2006
Associated project:
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Summary: This conference was dedicated to the role of intellectual property in supporting
culture based industries. The website offers links to authors as well as their presentations.
Topics discussed and presented include copyright, trademarks and geographic indications for
SMMEs, marketing of handicrafts, the role of IP in marketing creative assets, cultural
counterfeiting, traditional knowledge, traditional cultural expression and creative industries,
Namibias copyright provisions, enforcement of trademarks or geographic indications.
Key Words: IP, cultural industry, creative industries, intellectual property, marketing,
handicraft, Namibia, traditional knowledge, enforcement, geographic indications, trademarks
Nigeria
Title: Nigeria 'Nobody knows tomorrow'
Author: Nwandiko, Emeka
Commissioning Party: New African
Date: May 2006
Associated project: New African
Website: http://mountainrunner.us/2006/06/nigeria_nobody_.html
Summary: This news article speaks about the growth of Nollywood and its portrayal of and the
impact on Africa culture. Nigerian films are well received in Africa and are far cheaper than the
American movies they are displacing.
Key Words: Nigeria, Nollywood, African culture, Nigerian films, film industry
Title: The Obasanjo years: motion without movement for arts, entertainment
Author: Abodunrin, Akintayo
Commissioning Party: Private
Date: Tuesday 22nd May, 2007
Associated project: Nigerian Tribune
Website: http://www.tribune.com.ng/22052007/arts.html
Summary: This news piece appraises the arts and entertainment sector during the eight years
of the Obasanjo government. He concludes that the benefits for the sector are ambivalent. The
author argues that the sector survived mainly on the patronage of corporate concerns and the
resilience of stakeholders.
Key Words: Obasanjo, arts and entertainment sector, Nigerian, filmmakers, corporate support,
stakeholders
Title: Empowering the black creative class
Author: Aina, Yetunde
Commissioning Party: Jadeas Trust
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Jadeas Trust
Website: www.jadeastrust.org
Summary: This article looks at how 'blackness' remains an important defining factor and its
impact or potential impact on the fortunes of the black creative class worldwide. In this light, the
Black Heritage City project is assessed for its ability to put Lagos on the international radar as a
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Key Words: Black, Nigeria, Lagos, Creative Economy, creative city, Jadeas Trust, Black
Heritage City, black creative class
Title: A movie industry in search of investors
Author: Special correspondent, Lagos
Commissioning Party: All Africa.com
Date: June 19, 2001
Associated project: All Africa.com
Website: http://allafrica.com/stories/200106190023.html
Summary: This short piece reflects on a two day summit on motion picture content and
distribution in Lagos which posed two questions: What would an authentically Nigerian film be
like? Whats the best way to distribute it to ensure maximum returns of the producers or
investors? Players in the Nigerian film industry, such as Ola Balogun, Tony Osagie Abulu and
Zik Zulu Okafor, are quoted.
Key Words: Nigeria, movies, movie industry, Lagos, culture, film
Title: The Nigerian Film Industry
Author: Various
Commissioning Party: Africa Update Newsletter
Date: Spring 2004
Associated project: Africa Update Vol.X1, Issue 2 (Spring 2004)
Website: http://www.ccsu.edu/afstudy/upd11-2.html
Summary: This special edition of Africa Update Newsletter focuses on the Nigerian Film
Industry with contributions from Dr Gloria Emeagwali, Tayo Aderinokun, Femi Odugbemi, Toyin
Akinosho and Jahman Anikulapo from CORA and Ayele Bekerie. The edition discusses the
prolific output of Nigerian screen writers and producers from papers produced for the 50th Art
Stampede Session of the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA) held in Nigeria in 2004. The
economics of Nigerian film, art and business is the subject of Tayo Aderinokun's paper while
Femi Odugbemi (President of Independent Television Producers of Nigeria) starts off his paper
with what the President said 'Film as national patrimony' to argue for a new political consensus
for a vibrant film industry.
Key Words: Nigeria, film industry, art and business, economics, Screen writers, producers,
Nigerian cinema, CORA
Title: Reinventing Nollywood: the role of the mafia in the development of the Nigerian Film
Industry
Author: Aina, Yetunde
Commissioning Party: Private
Date: Nov-08
Associated project: Creative Clusters 2008, London, UK
Summary: This presentation provides an overview of the origins and development of
Nollywood, the significance of the development, the impact of this creative economy on Lagos
and the role of the mafia. The particular issue of distribution and piracy is the focus of this
assessment.
Key Words: Nigeria, film, distribution, piracy, mafia, black people
Title: Nigerians market their country through film
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Commissioning Party: Art Matters


Website: http://www.artmatters.info/nigeria1.htm
Summary: This artmatters piece discusses the straight-to-video model of the Nigerian film
industry.
Key Words: Nigeria, straight-to-video, audiovisual, films
Title: The Nigerian video industry as an example of import substitution
Author: Kunzler, D
Website: www.suz.unizh.ch/khenzler/grey/bergen1.pdf
Summary: This paper argues that the Nigerian video industry is an example of import
substitution and assesses why it is that the videos are so popular across the region. The paper
analyses the tree production centres in Nigeria with an economic perspective on the video
production, the overall economic importance of the Nigerian video industry as well as
attempting a basic approach to evaluate the relevance of Nigerian videos outside Nigeria.
Key Words: Nigeria, video industry, import substitution, motion picture, FESPACO, Ghana,
cinema industry, videos, popular culture, oil boom
Title: National Information Technology Policy, "Use It": Chapter 11: Arts, Culture and Tourism
Author: Nigerian government
Commissioning Party: Nigerian Government
Website: http://www.nitda.gov.ng/document/nigeriaitpolicy.pdf
Summary: Chapter 11 deals with Arts, Culture and Tourism and how it needs to be used to
project a positive image of Nigeria's arts and culture and creative wealth. The particular focus is
on safeguarding manuscripts and preserving cultural artefacts, promoting Nigerian cultural
heritage on the digital superhighway, promote business and tourist activities and generate
revenue as well as enable Nigerians to become providers of internet content on the web.
Key Words: ICT, Nigeria, policy statement, culture, cultural heritage, digital, internet

Senegal
Title: Etude - Diagnostic du secteur de la culture
Author: Tambadou, Moustapha (Ministre de la Culture)
Date: 1999
Summary: This private paper reviews the status of culture and cultural industries and provides
an assessment of the sector. Its focus is on the economics and finance of the cultural sector.
Key Words: Senegal, Dakar, Minister, Plan of Action, Diagnostic, culture, cultural industries
Title: Employment generation and Trade Expansion in Creative Industries: the case of the film,
video and broadcast industry in Senegal
Author: Joffe, A with research input from Abdoul Sow
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: January 30th 2004
Associated project: As part of the proposal by ILO, UNCTAD and UNESCO to the ACP
Secretariat to conduct a project on creative industries

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Summary: This paper was commissioned as a case study for the ILO in its partnership with
UNESCO and UNCTAD to make a case to the ACP secretariat to support further research into
the creative industries in the ACP group of countries. An associated study was prepared for
UNCTAD on the Music Industry in Senegal (see Pratt, A). The paper considers the role of film,
video and broadcasting industries in development countries and compares the case of
Francophone and Anglophone African countries in their support to the film, video and
broadcast industry. It concentrates the bulk of the paper to the case of Senegal and evaluates
the film and television value chain in Senegal to assess where blockages are located; it
assesses the state of training in this sector in Senegal and the role and benefit of coordinating
bodies and agencies active in the region. Finally the paper makes recommendations relating to
human and cultural capital development, business and industry development, domestic and
export market development and regulation and legislation. It concludes by comparing various
periods in Senegals history and the impact they had on the development of the film, video and
broadcasting industry.
Key Words: Employment generation, trade expansion, creative industries, film, video and
broadcast industry, Senegal, ILO, film and television value chain
Title: The Music Industry in Senegal: the potential for economy development
Author: Pratt, Andy with research input from Biram N'deck Ndiaye
Commissioning Party: UNCTAD
Date: 11-Mar-04
Associated project: As part of the proposal by ILO, UNCTAD and UNESCO to the ACP
Secretariat to conduct a project on creative industries
Website:
www.lse.ac.uk/collections/geography/andenvironment/whossho/profiles/pratt/pdf/senegal.pdf
Summary: This report reviews the music industry in Senegal, assesses the contribution it
makes to the economy, explores the impact it could have on the national economy and makes
recommendations to achieve this. The paper explores the potential structural, regulatory and
institutional challenges that Senegal faces if it is to achieve the further development of its music
industry.
Key Words: Senegal, Dakar, Minister, Music, music industry, cultural industries, UNCTAD
Title: OCPA and Interacts Experts meeting on Research Priorities
Author: OCPA, Interarts
Commissioning Party: OCPA
Date: 16-17 November 2005
Associated project: Meeting convened in Dakar by OCPA, the Interacts Foundation
(Barcelona, Spain) with the support of the Spanish Ministry of Culture on the occasion of the
INCD meeting convened in co-operation with the Senegalese Coalition for Cultural Diversity
and the Senegalese Coalition of Socio-Economic Actors.
Website:
http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/dakar2005/Experts_Meeting_Final_Report_2005-en.pdf
Summary: This meeting of experts was a follow up to the meeting on cultural indicators and
assessed the documents produced by the task force. The meeting identified priority themes as
well as projects for cooperation in 2006-2008, identified the partners and funding bodies and
drafted a research agenda with associated guidelines. This agenda includes culture and peace,
culture and health, culture and poverty, traditional governance and an African Cultural Report.
Key Words: cultural indicators, OCPS, 2006-2008, research agenda, Africa. Culture

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South Africa

General Websites
HRSC www.hsrcpress.ac.za
DACST http://www.dacst.gov.za/arts_culture/cutlure/industries/index.htm
DAC http://www.dac.gov.za/
DFA http://www.dfa/gov.za/docs/speeches
South Africa http://www.southafrica.info/
Cultural Observatory http://www.culturalobservatory.org.za
Media Advertising, Print, Packaging and Publishing Sector Education and Training Authority
http://www.mappp-seta.co.za/archives.htm
National Film and Video Foundation http://www.nfvf.co.za
Gauteng Film Commission http://www.gautengfilm.org.za
Western Cape Film Commission http://www.capefilmcommission.co.za
Durban Film Office http://www.durbanfilmoffice.com
Moshito Music Market and Conference http://www.moshito.co.za
Gauteng Arts and Culture http://www.srac.co.za
SAs Music Information Portal http://www.mio.co.za
YFM radio station http://www.yfm.co.za
Cape Craft and Design Institute http://www.capecraftanddesign.org.za
Craft Council http://www.craftcouncil.co.za
South African music http://www.music.org.za
Visual Arts Network South Africa http://www.vansa.co.za/resources
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1998
Title: Creative South Africa
Author: The Cultural Strategy Group
Commissioning Party: DACST
Date: November 1998
Country: South Africa
Website: http://www.dacst.gov.za/arts_culture/culture/industries/index.htm
Summary: Creative South Africa primarily aimed at National Government. The report seeks to

make the case that a flourishing cultural industry sector in South Africa will become a powerful
means of defining South Africas distinctiveness and growth within the emerging global
economy. Creative South Africa is also aimed at the levels of government (provincial and local)
as well as the cultural industries themselves. The report seeks to stimulate dialogue between
government, industry organisations, businesses and no-governmental organisations around
future strategies for growth in the cultural industries.
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2000
Title: Profile 2000
Author: Price Coopers Waterhouse
Commissioning Party: Department of Arts and Culture (DAC)
Date: 2000
Summary: The purpose of the study is to document and describe the history of the South

African Film Industry and to chart current initiatives that are impacting on the sector and make
recommendations to government regarding the development of the sector. Recommendations
include meeting the industrys capital requirement needs; improving and reviewing fund
allocation resources and allocation mechanisms; developing an internationally competitive
skills base; and developing a comprehensive marketing strategy, SMME development strategy
and audience development strategy.
Title: European Union South Africa Film Symposium
Author: National Film and Video Foundation
Commissioning Party: National Film and Video Foundation
Date: November 2000
Summary: The purpose of the film symposium was to come up with strategies on how to

develop and sustain robust co-production and co-operation between the EU member states
and South Africa. The film symposium included presentations from different stakeholders from
the Netherlands, UK, France, Sweden and South Africa. The symposium found common points
from the need for a film friendly government; the need for Incentives and Levies to be
investigated; for Audience Development, Training and Development and Benchmarking; the
need for more opportunities for South African films to be distributed and exhibited and for more
communication between the NFVF and the industry
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2001
Title: The Adult Arts and Culture and Arts and Culture Sponsorship Market in South Africa
Author: BMI-Sport Info
Commissioning Party: Business Arts South Africa (BASA), the National Arts Council of South

Africa (NAC) and the Arts and Culture Trust (ACT)


Date: October 2001
Associated project: BASA
Website: http://www.basa.co.za/pdfs/1MUSICfinal.pdf
Summary: The purpose of the study was to provide a market report on the consumptive
behaviours of adult South Africans and also to assess the degree to which sponsorship from
the private sector impacts on consumptive behaviour. The study also aimed to quantify
sponsorship of and expenditure on the arts and culture in the country. 1 950 face-to-face
interviews based on a structured questionnaire with adult South Africans from across the
country were conducted. In addition, 270 companies were interviewed across a range of
industry sectors. Music was found to be most closely associated with the phrase arts and
culture in the minds of adults, with dancing, painting, artworks, theatre, craft, festivals and
film/movies following. 72% of adults believe that government should continue to sponsor the
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Title: The South African Music Industry


Author: KPMG
Commissioning party: KPMG Media and Entertainment
Date: 2001
Website: http://www.info.gov.za/view/DownloadFileAction?id=70494
Summary: The report presents a useful insight to the facts and trends within both the global and

South African music industry. It also looks at the future potential of the industry. Findings relate
in particularly to global and local trends. For example the report states that despite the decline
in the South African music industry, the South African music has increased its market share to
23% of total sales by value during 2000 or 38% of total unit sales. The South African music
industry faces substantial challenges in overcoming its current decline. In the future
stakeholders will be grappling with local content quotas and needle time as they search for an
integrated strategy to drive the development of the industry. The report highlights the internet
as a new distribution channel for music content. Todays technology allows musicians to record
and edit material inexpensively and to distribute and promote it over the Internet. It also allows
them to test consumers reactions to their music, build an audience for their recorded
performances, and even distribute their products entirely in the market space.
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2002
Title: A survey of research outputs for the South African Music, Craft, Film and Television and

publishing sectors between 1997 and 2002


Author: Unknown
Commissioning Party: HSRC Cultural Observatory
Date: 2002
Associated project: HSRC Cultural Observatory
Website: www.culturalobservatory.org.za/
Summary: This document provides an overview of research conducted in South Africa in the
creative industries. Most of this research is unpublished, commissioned by the DAC, and the
purpose is to define and assess a previously under-researched area and provide a way forward
for government and the players in the cultural sectors. The document lists the reports by sector
and argue that the CIGS reports (Cultural Industry Growth Strategy reflected in the Creative
South Africa report) are the founding and most important of these. The purpose of this
document is to introduce the reader to what has been done thus far.
Key Words: South Africa, research, cultural sector, 1997-2002, DAC, CIGS, music, craft, film
and television, publishing
Title: National Craft Imbizo Workshop Final Report
Author: Monica Newton
Commissioning Party: Department of Arts and Culture
Date: November 2002
Associated project: Beautiful Things Exhibition
Summary: The report comprised the proceedings of an evaluation workshop hosted by the

Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) at Eduworld Modderfontein on 28 & 29 November 2002.
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and Beautiful Things Exhibition linked to the World Summit on Sustainable Development
(WSSD) in September 2002. The objectives of the National Craft Imbizo, a partnership project
between the Department of Arts and Culture (DAC), the Department of Trade and Industry
(DTI) and the provincial arts and culture departments are to broaden market opportunities;
create awareness of the craft sector and achievements to date; provide an avenue for direct
sales to the public; and provide documented and tested strategies for the implementation of
National Craft Imbizo exhibitions.
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2003
Title: Driving the Creative Industries in the Western Cape
Author: Sean Kristarfor and Meshal Budhram
Commissioning party: The Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town
Date: November 2003
Associated project: MBA Programme Study
Website: http://www.designindaba.com/advocacy/downloads/Driving.pdf
Summary: The report investigates the literature and reviews existing studies regarding the
concept called Creative Industries. A mapping study is conducted to understand the
opportunities and characteristics of the individual industries and to provide an overview of the
combined sub-set of creative industries. The economic impact assessment calculates the
impact that the creative industries have on the South African economy, and this report
concludes with evidence to support development of specific industries in the creative industries
sub-set. It is also intended to assist in understanding and guiding the economic and social
development of the creative industries sector in the Cape Peninsula, as well as to contribute
towards the understanding and growth of the Creative Industries in South Africa. Findings
include a lack of awareness of the Creative Industries; lack of understanding of the Creative
Industries, lack of promotion of the Creative Industries; lack of education in the Creative
Industries; the Creative Industries are crucial for competition within the knowledge-based
economy; the insufficient data to effectively quantify the Creative Industries
Title: Measuring Culture developments globally to inform what we do locally
Author: Avril Joffe, CAJ
Commissioning party: HSRC and DAC
Date: February 2003
Associated Project: Establishment of Cultural Observatory by HSRC on behalf of DAC
Summary: The study looks at the developments globally to inform what should be done locally
in the South African context. The report is a contribution to developing a statistical framework
for prospective South African Cultural Observatory. The collection of cultural data is a relatively
new phenomenon which dates to the two world cultural reports published by UNESCO in 1998
and 2000 and the establishment by UNESCO of an institute for statistics based in Montreal,
Canada. This new institution generated indicates on culture and development, argued for
cultural indicators as a tool for policy dialogue and guidance and developed an international
framework for both quantitative and qualitative data. UNESCO published a study in 2000 on
International Flows of selected cultural goods 1980-1988 that updates two previous studies
(1986 and 1992). As countries have developed their capacity to generate statistics a new
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questioning, for each statistic collected, do we need it and what will we be using it for.
Statistics are found to be useful as they tell us both the extent of cultural diversity in society and
the strength of each of the cultural sectors. This assists the argument that the arts economy is
a significant contributor of the countrys economy, that the arts are important for self-respect
as a nation and that public sector patronage could encourage the arts to contribute to
economic growth. Most cultural data is collected under the following categories: creation,
production, distribution, consumption and preservation. UNESCOs framework for cultural
statistics (FCS) published in 1986 uses the following categories: cultural heritage, printed
matter and literature, music, performing arts, audio media, audio-visual media, socio-cultural
activities, sports and games, environment and nature. The cultural statistics collection methods
and experience in the following systems are reviewed: Australia, Canada, Finland, Philippines,
France and Italy.
Title: National Skills and Resources Audit 2003
Author: CreateSA
Commissioning Party: CreateSA
Date: 27 November 2003
Associated project: CreateSA
Summary: The purpose of the study was to establish the labour market dynamics of the
creative industries in South Africa, and to assess skills needs and shortages to inform skills
development programmes. A survey sample conducted in two phases of 1059 enterprises/
organisations across sub-sectors comprising the creative industries. The postal and face-toface survey was supplemented with 16 case studies. Key findings relate to enterprises. These
are predominantly small and micro-enterprises, started after 2000, reporting turnover of less
than R50 000 per annum. The primary challenges facing enterprises are alternative funding
sources, keeping abreast of technological changes, market development, training and product
development. Research & Development and technology are important tools for competitive
production and service provision. Communication and information gathering are critical raw
materials for production and services, with the news media playing a major role in information
provision.
Title: The Kwaito nation: an industry analysis
Author: Yired
Commissioning Party: YFM, South Africa
Date: 2003
Website: http://www.mio.co.za
Summary: The report aims to provide South Africas aspirant music stars with a sense that
music is in fact a business that requires hard work and skills to make a success. In a series of
mini case studies the report shows the multiple careers one can have in the music industry
from musician to businessperson.
Key Words: music, business, skills, success, careers, businessperson, musician, stars, case
studies
Title: Strategic Recommendations for Industry Development (Discussion Guide)
Author: Kaiser Associates Economic Development Practice
Commissioning party: CCDI
Date: July 2003
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Website:
http://www.capecraftanddesign.org.za/research_folder/htm/niche/index.htm?6925d11c91e4ee8
ac7ad3c1412e300c6=6713d13ca89078444f643390000d631c
Summary: This report outlines the processes and results of the Market Research portion of the
integrated Export Development Pilot Programme run by the Cape Craft & Design Institute (Mar
Sep 2003). Market Research Partners Kaiser Associates were contracted to investigate and
report on local craft sector challenges and opportunities and two potential niche markets,
namely the Soft Furnishings & Home Textiles UK / USA Market and the Fashion / Costume
Jewellery UK Market. Outcomes include two user-friendly export market guides, a local craft
sector analysis and a comprehensive Strategy Discussion Guide.
Title: The Economics of Culture and Cultural Statistics in South Africa
Author: Haroon Bhorat and Mei-Chi Liou
Commissioning Party: Development Policy Research Unit, University of Cape Town
Date: 2003
Associated project: HSRC Cultural Observatory
Website: http://www.culturalobservatory.org.za/pdf_files/econ_of_culture.pdf
Summary: The stated purpose of the study is to define culture and explore arguments as to
why culture is important. The study also touches in cultural characteristics that positively or
negatively impact on economic growth. A critique of the Cultural Industries Growth Strategy
(CIGS) research is also presented. The authors argue that economists have finally come to
realise the importance of culture of the ability to influence the lives of people and economies.
The authors set out to gather and analysis exist cultural statistics, recognising that cultural
research is new and under developed in South Africa, a problem shared with other developing
nations. They note that the cultural industries are difficult to define; in addition it is difficult to
measure and quantity activities. The only national dataset that exist is contained with the
Cultural Industries Growth Strategy (CIGS) report, However the narrow scope of focus (4
sectors); the lack of statistical data making reliable estimates of size and economic contribution
impossible and the inconsistency of data across all sectors, however the value of certain
industry specific datasets is noted.
Title: Workshop Report of the Free State Provincial Craft Conference
Author: Monica Newton
Commissioning Party: Free State Department of Sport, Arts, Culture, Science and
Technology
Date: 28 & 29 October 2003
Summary: The objective of the workshop was to Inform crafters of services and opportunities
presented by various stakeholders in the craft sector; discuss issues, problems and
opportunities currently facing the sector in the province and agree to the roles and functions of
a Provincial Craft Body and appoint an interim steering committee to take the process of
establishing the body forward.
Title: The Crafts and Visual Arts in the SADC Region
Author: The Trinity Session
Commissioning party: ILO
Date: 2003

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Associated project: Promoting the Culture through Job Creation and Small Enterprise
Development in SADC Countries
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research to provide more detailed information and case studies of culture
enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward providing policy prescriptions that would
help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the growth of small enterprises.
Title: The South African Music Industry
Author: Karl Gostner, YFM
Commissioning party: NAB
Date: 2003
Summary: This report reviews previous documents written for the music industry and in
parallel looks at the trends and problem analysis in the sector. In 2002 world music sales
declined by 7%. The 2002 decline continued the declining trend that started 7 years previously
in 1995, that was partially offset by growth in 2000. The global music industry has been in the
doldrums since mid-1990s as the CD replacement cycle came to an end and has experienced
little real growth since 1995. The International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI
2003a) attributes the decline to piracy, competition from DVD and video gaming and economic
uncertainty. The report identified Top 10 genres that people are interested in South Africa. The
number of adults interested in those genres was the basis for the ranking, resulting in gospel
emerging as the countrys most popular genre. Kwaito, a relative new kid on the block as the
genre beat all other genres including the globally popular formats of rock and pop into second
place. Rock and Pop only makes it into 11th spot in the SA context. The author assets that
there is much to be hopeful about such as the changing income distribution within South Africa
which he says, holds considerable promise for the industry as black South Africans ability to
purchase music increases; and changing patterns of social interaction which both allow for
increasingly common experiences that are in turn reflected in music.
Title: The Ethno-Tourism
Author: Steven Bolnick
Commissioning party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: Promoting the Culture through Job Creation and Small Development in
SADC Countries
Summary: The research explored the possibility that the promotion of cultural entrepreneurship
that harness local talents, skills and heritage may be especially resistant to the competitive
pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities for boosting incomes and
generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked by policy-makers or
addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. The term Ethno-tourism is a term
describing any excursion, which focuses on the works of humans rather than nature, and
attempts to give the tourist an understanding of the lifestyles of local people. This has also
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Title: The Performing Arts and Dance


Author: Annabell Lebethe
Commissioning party: ILO
Date: 2003
Associated project: Promoting the Culture Sector through Creation and Small Enterprise
Development in SADC Countries
Summary: The objective of this study was to explore the possibility that the promotion of
cultural entrepreneurship that harnesses local talents, skills and heritage may be especially
resistant to the competitive pressures of globalisation and may provide innovative possibilities
for boosting incomes and generating quality employment in a sector that is normally overlooked
by policy-makers or addressed with piecemeal and traditional approaches. For this reason ILO
commissioned a field research to provide more detailed information and case studies of culture
enterprises in the SADC region, with an eye toward providing policy prescriptions that would
help ameliorate the major constraints preventing the growth of small enterprises.
Title: Protecting our cultural capital: A research plan for the Heritage Sector
Author: Harriet Deacon, Sephai Mngqolo and Sandra Prosalendis
Commissioning Party: HRSC: Social Cohesion and Integration Research Programme
Date: 2003
Associated project: Cultural Observatory at the HRSC commissioned by DAC.
Website: http://www.hsrcpress.ac/full_title_info.asp?id=2024
Summary: The HSRC commissioned this report to form the basis of a colloquium on heritage
issues organised by the HRSC on 31 March 2003. The paper also formed part of the wider
project of the then DACST around issues of cultural diversity and globalisation, cultural
industries and the establishment of a cultural observatory and the use of community arts
centres. The paper outlines the major achievements in the heritage sector since 1994 and lists
persistent challenges. Institutions such as museums, archives and heritage resources agencies
mandated to manage and protect a special subset of this broad cultural heritage that the
authors call cultural capital. The Heritage Sector is managed through specific legislation. The
NHRA protects places and objects that are of cultural significance. The National Archives of SA
Act of 1996 protects public records; The World Heritage Convention Act of 1999 protects and
identifies world heritage sites; Cultural Institutions Act of 1998 protects national museums and
the National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1999 and provincial planning legislation
intersects with heritage sector. The National Heritage Council Act was approved in 1999 but
not yet implemented.
Title: Cultural Industries Sector
Author: Cultural Industries Core Team
Commissioning Party: Western Cape Government
Date: 2003
Associated project: Input paper into Micro-economic Strategy for the Western Cape
Website: http://www.amts.co.za/cultural.pdf
Summary: This input paper represents a dipstick trends analysis of the South African cultural
industries in the Western Cape. It reviews current and previous cultural industry strategic
initiatives in relation to the terms of reference of the Advanced manufacturing and logistics
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Key Words: Western Cape, South Africa, cultural industries, Advanced Manufacturing and
Logistics Technology Strategy, strategic initiatives.

2004
Title: Quantitative Data Collection for Mappp-Seta Sector Skills Plan (SSP)
Author: Khulisa Management Services and Eve Gray and Associates
Commissioning Party: Mappp-Seta
Date: 3rd August 2004
Associated project: Mappp-Seta sector skills plan
Summary: The study provides information required by the SETA to develop its Sector Skills
Plan (SSP) such as the sector profile of the members of the SETA; training and skills
development needs in the sector as well as the capacity of training service providers to
effectively address the skills development needs in the sector
Title: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Author: Mappp-Seta (authored by Monica Newton)
Commissioning Party: Mappp-Seta
Date: August 2004
Associated project: Mappp-Seta sector skills plan per sector
Summary: To develop the second sector skills plan (SSP) for the Mappp-Seta. The SSP
represents a profile informed by a variety of issues, from industrial outputs to drivers of change.
It aligns the demand to the supply of skills. Key findings are: small organisations dominate the
sector with 47.5% employing between 5-49 staff members and 26.6% employing between 5099. Over 4700 are freelancers, small or micro businesses. 50% of the companies have a
payroll of between .5m 5million. Only 7,847 (out of 29,000) will receive training, most will be
white and half the companies conduct internal training. There are few barriers to entry with only
the advertising sector believing that training provision meets the needs of the market. Clerks,
technicians and associated professionals receive the bulk of training as to white women. Skills
needs across the sectors are disparate but creative, technical; management, innovation and
entrepreneurship are required for particularly black and women entrants. Most employees are
technicians and associated professionals, plant and machine operators and assemblers. Half
have matric and many have diploma or degree. There is no turnover problem, HIV/Aids is
limited as a problem with the biggest challenge to skill development time and funds. New
entrants, skills gaps, career progression, women and disabled and overcoming institutional
failure which limit the supply of skills. Main skill areas are generic business; information
technology; creative and technical skills; soft skills (communication) and management skills.
Title: Beads Sub-Sector Study
Author: ECI Africa
Commissioning party: Tourism Enterprise Project (TEP) and the Department of Trade and
Industries (the DTI)
Date: March 2004
Summary: The Beads sub-sector study report intended to show how the sub-sector is
structured, where it is heading, the forces that are driving the changes in the sub-sector, and
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paid to roles that strengthen the MSE growth within the sub-sector. Bead working skills are in
abundance in the target population of women in rural communities. The labour intensity nature
of beadwork lends itself to creating more employment in rural areas. There are gaps to be filled
with producer groups, which can be fee based business development services. Exceptional
KZN beadwork brand recognition nationally and internationally. This can be leveraged to
increase market access for bead products. Most of the constraints present opportunities for
designing and implementing solutions. Markets, cash flow, training and government policies
were considered with the key focus being input supply, design, providing working capital,
access to international exhibitions, training in literacy and basic business skills and the
provision of market information.
Title: CERAMIC Sub-sector Study
Author: ECI Africa
Commissioning party: TEP and DTI
Date: March 2004
Summary: The ceramic sub-sector study report intended to show how the sub-sector is
structured, where it is heading, the forces that are driving the changes in the sub-sector, and
the activities and roles that can be best played to reinvigorate the sector. Particular focus was
paid to roles that strengthen the MSE growth within the sub-sector. Positive factors supporting
the ceramic sector as well as constraints are identified with key recommendations focusing on
design, working capital and training.
Title: Grass Sub-Sector Study
Author: ECI Africa
Commissioning party: TEP & DTI
Date: March 2004
Summary: The objective of the research was to show how the sub-sector is structured, the
forces that are driving or hindering changes in the sub-sector, and the roles and activities that
are required to reinvigorate the sector. Particular focus was given to what was needed to
strengthen the Micro Small Enterprise growth within the sub-sector, as this is one of the
ultimate goals for the craft sector across South Africa. The analysis provided insights into the
driving forces, the points of leverage, the roles of different participants and the range of
business services that support the sector. There are many factors that constrain the growth of
the grass weaving sub-sector, as well as many constraints facing MSEs. Most of the
constraints present opportunities for designing and implementing solutions.
Title: Wireware Subsector Study
Author: ECI Africa
Commissioning party: Tourism Enterprise Programme & DTI
Date: March 2004
Summary: The wireware sub-sector study report intended to show how the sub-sector is
structured, where it is heading, the forces that are driving the changes in the sub-sector, and
the activities and roles that can be best played to reinvigorate the sector. Particular focus was
paid to roles that strengthen the MSE growth within the sub-sector. Recommendations include
those for small business development, retail, production facilities and vacation work
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Title: KZN Craft Sub-sector Study


Author: ECI Africa
Commissioning party: Tourism Enterprise Programme and DTI
Date: April 2004
Summary: The objective of this study was to design a focused growth strategy for the craft
sector in KZN; identifying necessary facilitative activities and business services which will lead
to job creation, increased income for the micro small enterprises and increased
competitiveness of the KZN sector. The study was based on the sub-sector analysis
methodology, which derives all its recommendations on services that promote enterprise
growth by identifying and understanding the sources of economic growth in a sector. The KZN
craft sector is a highly innovative and dynamic informal industry comprised of a number of
diverse sub sectors.
Title: Moshito 04
Author: Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition
Commissioning party: Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition
Date: February 2004
Summary: The purpose of the Moshito document was to report on the proceedings of the
Moshito 04 conference, which took place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg
in 2004.
Title: The Music Industry
Author: Zodwa Moatlhodi
Commissioning Party: MAPPP-SETA
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Summary: The music industry in South Africa is a relatively big sector with different role
players and genres of music. The purpose of this research was to obtain information on trends
that are impacting on the industry as well as the direction the industry is taking in terms of
growth. The interviewees were given a questionnaire to respond to, followed by face to face
interview that helped to clarify issues raised in the questionnaire. The questionnaire comprised
of both quantitative as well as qualitative questions, which when addressed would identify the
current trends, the growth rate of the music industry as well as highlight other key issues that
impact on the music industry. Seven individuals representing various musicians, a record
company, union and music societies who are all committed to the growth and development of
the South African Music Industry were interviewed.
Title: Feasibility Study of the South African Animation sector
Author: Yoliswa Koyo Laballo (Anamazing Workshop)
Commissioning party: Department of Communications
Date: March 2004
Summary: The study was to assess the viability of the animation sector in South Africa. It is
envisaged that this study will help the department achieve the following broad goals. Stimulate
and promote innovation in design and production of animation products through appropriate
technologies, techniques, and training, Develop core knowledge and a skill base for animation
through accredited training programmes, Increase the quality, quantity and range of national as
well as regional animation products including culturally relevant programmes, Bridge the digital

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divide through creating capacity and technical know how in the field of animation and be a point
of reference for continued technological animation in the region.
Title: Film and Video Sector
Author: Avril Joffe, CAJ
Commissioning party: MAPPP-SETA
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Summary: The Sector Skills Plan for the Film and Video Sector, one of the sectors of the Film
and Electronic Media Chamber addressed the trends, the value chain and the important issues
facing this sector and meant to help inform the MAPPP-SETAs strategy. The SSP focused on
the profile of the Film and Video industry, the value chain and the important issues facing the
sector in the next 5 years as they relate to training and support for the sector. CAJ was able to
draw a quantitative picture of their sub-sectors from documentation produced by these
organisations. The rest of the work consisted of analytic evaluation of the sectors profile, value
chain, economic logic, SWOT analysis, social trends and future projections.
Title: TV and Radio Broadcasting
Author: Avril Joffe and Zodwa Moatlhodi
Commissioning party: MAPPP-SETA
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Summary: The TV and Broadcasting report provided information for the Broadcasting sector
(TV and Radio) which contributed towards the overall Sector Skills Plan for the Film and
Electronic Media Sector. The report addressed the trends, the value chain, the profile of the
sector and the important issues facing this sector which helped inform the MAPPP-Setas
strategy. Radio Broadcasting is perceived as a small industry with very skilled people.
Therefore the report focussed on the profile of the Broadcasting Sector (both TV and Radio),
the value chain and the important issues facing the sector in the following five years as they
relate to training and support for the sector.
Title: Multimedia Animation Sub-Sector
Author: Dr. Roseline Ntshingila-Khosa
Commissioning party: Ntshingila-Khosa and Associates
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Summary: The purpose of the qualitative review was to investigate and identify current and
future skills needs and articulate skills gaps that may exist within the sub-sector. The result of
the research was to provide the necessary information for the development of the Sector Skills
Plan for 2005-2009. Recommendations including conducting an audit of current education and
training provision in the sector and examination of the quality of training is required, developing
workshops for the processes of accessing Learnership, collaborating with the DTI to simplify
the processes of accessing the incentives provided by DTI to the industry and facilitating the
development of unit standards such as one in 2D, 3D and stop-frame at NQF Level 6. In
addition it was felt that support should be given to train assessors and develop assessment
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Title: Funding for the Creative Industries; Film and Electronic Media
Author: Dr Roseline Ntshilinga-Khosa and Avril Joffe
Commissioning party: Ntshingila-Khosa and Associates
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Sector Skills Plan
Summary: The objective of this report was to contribute towards the development of the Sector
Skills Profile for the MAPPP-SETA. The report focused on funding provided by national
government, provincial governments, public private partnerships as well as international
donors. Respondents were representatives of various government departments and donors.
Interviews were conducted either face-to-face or telephonically depending on the availability
and location of interviewees. Additional information was obtained from reports, Internet, and
commissioned studies.
Title: Qualitative Research for Mappp Seta Sector Skills Plan: the publishing sub-sector
Author: Eve Gray and Associates
Commissioning party: Mappp Seta
Date: 25 July 2004
Summary: The purpose of the study was to investigate and identify current and future skills
needs and to articulate skills gaps that may exist within the Print Media, Publishing, Printing
and packaging sub-sectors of MAPPP SETA. The results of the research were used to provide
much needed information for the development of the Sector Skills Plan for 2005-2009.
Publishing is a vitally important strategic industry from 2 related perspectives: as a cultural
industry and as a knowledge industry. Publishing falls within the overlap of the two domains of
culture (the expression of culture in text and image) and trade (the reproduction, packaging,
distribution, marketing and sale of these products of cultural expression).SA has a selfsustaining publishing industry that can supply the needs of the educational system at all levels.
Title: The Advertising Industrys skill needs
Author: Avril Joffe, Roseline Ntshilinga-Khosa and Lee Walters
Commissioning party: Ntshingila-Khosa and Associations
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Skills Plan
Summary: The purpose of this study was to investigate issues relevant to the National Skills
Development Strategy within the context of the internal and external environment of advertising
in South Africa. The qualitative review was designed to reflect on trends in the sector as well as
critical issues facing the industry from transformation to skills, from accreditation to
learnerships, from large players to SMMEs, from policy and regulation to performance in the
market place and from HIV/AIDS to innovative ideas.
Title: Design Sub-Sector
Author: Dr Roseline Ntshingila-Khosa
Commissioning party: Ntshingila-Khosa and Associates
Date: July 2004
Associated project: MAPPP-SETA Skills Plan
Summary: This report provided information on three aspects; fashion design, craft design and
graphic design. Findings and recommendations were dealt with separately for each sub-sector
as the sectors are very different and operate differently. Areas such as training provision and
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investigate and identify current and future skills needs and articulate skills gaps that may exist
within the sub-sector. The results of the research will provide the necessary information for the
development of the Sector Skills Plan for 2005-2009. A key finding was that in South Africa, the
potential of the fashion design has not yet been tapped. There is no available data in the
country about the economic profile and significance of the sector. Available data is only based
on a study, which was conducted on the creative industries in the Western Cape.
Title: Moshito 04
Author: Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition
Commissioning Party: Moshito Music Conference & Exhibition
Date: February 2004
Associated project: Moshito Conference
Summary: The purpose of the Moshito document was to report on the proceedings of the
Moshito 04 conference, which took place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg
in 2004.
Key Words: Moshito, proceedings, conference, Johannesburg, South Africa
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2005
Title: Future Foundations: An Integrated Human Resource Development Strategy
Author: CreateSA
Commissioning Party: Department of Arts and Culture (DAC)
Date: 31 March 2005
Associated project: Creative industry development in the DAC
Summary: The purpose of the study was to develop an integrated human resource
development strategy for the creative industries that would co-ordinate the activities of
stakeholders in the sector, ensure that all groups are appropriately targeted and promote a
shared understanding of the needs. It is important to note the project allied its research
objectives with a broader empowerment programme that trained 20 researchers from across
the country to collect and collate the information used for the study. Findings relate to the three
specific target groups for human resource development; the value of culture and of arts
education and training; general human resource issues in the South African creative industries.
The research informed a number of broad strategic recommendations relating to research,
policy review, coordination, representative structures, standards and qualifications frameworks;
development of cultural practitioners including trainers and teachers, formalization of education
and training in the sector, development and retention of cultural managers, creating linkages
between schools and the arts community as well as increasing opportunities for life long
learning across the education and training spectrum.
Key words: integrated human resource development, strategy, creative industries,
researchers, training, cultural, practitioners, education, manager, arts community
Title: Beyond Planning to Action: Film and TV Sector Development Strategy
Author: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) (Jane Corden and Richard Phillips)
Commissioning Party: DTI: Trade and Investment South Africa; Chief Directorate:
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Associated project: Customised Sector Programmes (CSP) of the DTI.


Summary: To outline the DTI sector development strategy for increasing competitiveness,
exports and investments as well as employment and equity in the film and TV sector as one of
the priority sectors of SA. The report provides a situational analysis of the sector both locally
and internationally with the aim of inspiring and reinvigorating the sector that suffered by
strategy fatigue. The report builds on previous strategic papers developed by DAC, IDC,
PWC, NFVF, Mappp-Seta and DOC. Extensive industry consultation focusing on key areas
such as skills development, audience development, financing, co-ordination, export and
marketing, equity/ BEE, international and domestic intelligence and competitiveness were
undertaken. In addition an analysis of global opportunities and challenges with respect to this
industry were explored. The report identifies an integrated set of interventions with the strategic
vision of SA becoming the lead producer of film and TV content from Africa and the middle east
watched by the world by 2014.
Key Words: DTI, sector development strategy, film, TV, content, producer, Africa, South Africa,
DAC, IDC, PWC, NFVF, Mappp-Seta, DOC, financing, audience development, export, skills,
BEE
Title: Beyond Planning to Action: Craft Sector Development Strategy
Author: Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) (Erica Elk)
Commission Party: DTI: Trade and Investment South Africa; Chief Directorate:
Date: 2005
Associated Project: Customised Sector Programmes (CSP) of the DTI.
Webstie: http://www.capecraftanddesign.org.za/research_folder/pdf/dti_cust.pdf
Summary: This DTI sector development strategy for Craft outlines a key action programme
relating to craft manufacturing, enterprise development, research and development, craft hubs
and market development and access. It provides a comprehensive overview of the status quo
of the craft industry in South Africa and focusing on strategies for increasing competiveness,
exports and investments as well as employment and equity in this priority sector for South
Africa. Each key focus area requires joint action and consultation between government and
stakeholders. The document also provides a review of trends and developments in the
international craft industry.
Key words: DTI, craft, manufacturing, craft hubs, marketing, enterprise, development,
research, competiveness, exports, investments, stakeholders, government, international,
industry.
Title: Creative Industries Sector Scoping
Author: Monica Newton
Commissioning Party: City of Johannesburg: Economic Development Unit
Date: 30 June 2005
Associated project: Johannesburg Film Incubator, Johannesburg Performing Arts Incubator,
and Johannesburg Music Market
Summary: The purpose of the study was to locate the Creative Industries Sector in
Johannesburg within the broader economic development strategy of the City and the Joburg
2030 strategy. In addition, the study culminated in recommendations for initiatives and projects
to promote the economic contribution of the sector to the citys economy. Developments such
as the training projects of the Mappp-Seta, poverty alleviation projects, market development
projects, the culturally oriented Blue IQ projects and the Alexandra Urban Renewal Project
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Title: Soweto Blues: Jazz, popular music, and politics in South Africa
Author: Ansell, Gwen
Commissioning Party: Private
Date: 2005
Summary: This book illustrates the relationship between jazz and the anti apartheid
movement in South Africa from the early politics of resistance, illegal performance spaces, the
global reach of musicians such as Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba as well as the postapartheid experiences of the national broadcasting and music recording industry. Ansell
provides an overview of the ongoing links between African and American styles of music.
Key Words: music industry, Western Cape, South Africa, digital distribution, government
intervention
Title: Developing Audiences for Joburg Live Arts
Author: Freedthinkers
Commissioning party: City of Joburg
Date: June 2005
Summary: The objective of Developing Audiences for Joburg Arts is market development. A
question that arises is How can the City of Joburg contribute to a thriving live arts industry in
Joburg by being a catalyst in attracting and developing audiences? The first research
conducted was titled Joburg Live Arts Marketing Project Research on International Trends
and identified what is happening in the Live Arts internationally with regard to attracting and
retaining new audiences. The outcomes of the report offered insight into global best practices
and focused on the UK, USA, Australia, France, Brazil and Burkina Faso. Case studies were
selected that shed light on new trends in audience development worldwide. The second report
Developing Audiences for Joburg Live Arts provides feedback and way forward to CoJ on
what needs to be considered.
Key Words: Joburg, live arts, marketing, industry, best practice, UK, USA, Australia, France,
Brazil, Burkina Faso
Title: Proposal for an African Music market
Author: Andr Le Roux
Commissioning Party: Ochre Communication
Date: July 2005
Associated project: City of Joburg Economic Development Units Sector Strategies for
Cultural Sector
Summary: The purpose of the study is to investigate the feasibility of a Music Market and to
explore potential relationships and partnerships between the City of Joburg and South African
Music Cooperation Initiative (SAMICI) and the National Music Conference and Exhibition
(MOSHITO). The benefits to the City of Johannesburg include local economic development,
gateway to Africa possibilities and building the citys image. The next phase of the work of the
COJ with MOSHITO and SAMICI will be the development of a business plan for the Music
Market.
Title: Consultative forum on arts and culture in South Africa
Author: British Council
Commissioning Party: British Council
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Associated project: All Africa Arts Consultation Forum


Summary: This report documents a meeting organised by the British Council in South Africa
as one of ten organised in Africa as part of the All Africa Arts Consultation Forum. The report
assessed the dominant art forms in South Africa and considered the notable trends and
developments in the sector. The meeting considered the nature of support required by the arts
sector for growth and influence as well as the specific role of the British Council in this support
Key Words: British Council, South Africa, creative industries, arts, All Africa Arts Consultative
Forum
Title: A Benevolent Fund for Artists
Author: CAJ
Commissioning Party: Arts and Culture Trust, South Africa
Date: 2005
Associated project: DAC
Summary: The investigation into a benevolent fund was an initiative of the Department of Arts
and Culture (DAC) as part of their programme to develop the arts and building a caring
society to address some of the problems which confront artists in South Africa. The research
was conducted to inform a strategy dedicated to the creation and implementation of a
Benevolent Fund for practitioners in the arts and culture sector. The report argues that a
Benevolent Fund would address market failure by providing a support structure for cultural
workers, artists and practitioners considered vulnerable by the Department of Labour.
Key Words: Benevolent fund, artists, South Africa, best practice, international experience,
social security, welfare, funding, arts and culture practitioners, Department of Labour,
Department of Arts and Culture
Title: Driving a regional sector development programme: Lessons from the Western Cape:
1999-2005
Author: Gwynne-Evans, N
Commissioning Party: WESTGRO, South Africa
Date: June 20 2005
Associated project: Western Cape economic development
Website:
http://www.commerce.uct.ac.za/Research_Units/DPRU/DPRUConference2006/Papers/Driving
_a_regional_sector_developmentGwynn-Evans.pdf
Summary: The report provides an overview of the regional sector development strategy
adopted by the Western Cape Department of Economic Development and the lessons gained
over the 6 years of its implementation. This has been influenced by the broad literature around
economic clusters and an approach implemented that is captured in the document A
Collaborative Approach to regional sector development. Creative industries covered include
film and craft. This paper outlines the process and lessons gained from the programme over
the past six years. These constitute the views of the writer who was responsible for driving the
sector strategy in the period reviewed and intimately involved in the establishment and
development of a number of sector bodies.
Key Words: Regional sector development strategy, creative industries, Western Cape, film,
craft.
Title: Creative sector research in South Africa: research sources, key institutions and
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Author: CAJ
Commissioning Party: British Council
Date: 2005
Associated project: Prepared for the fist phase of the Creative Mapping study for the British
Council
Summary: This report by CAJ was commissioned by the British Council as an initial
contribution to their longer term creative mapping project in South Africa. It highlights all
research undertaken in South Africa in the period 1994-2005 relating to cultural policy, creative
industries and heritage. The report contains a short summary of each document in a
standardised format highlighting research methodology, key findings, recommendations and
gaps in research.
Key Words: Creative industries, culture, policy, South Africa, heritage, research
Title: Cultural Industries, arts, culture and creative arts: Towards an understanding of the
current nature and scope of the creative industries in the Western Cape
Author: Van Graan, Mike
Commissioning Party: WESTGRO, South Africa
Date: 2005
Associated project: Westgro, Cape Gateway
Website:
www.capegateway.gov.za/other/2005/11/final_first_paper_cultural_industries_printing.pdf
Summary: This report was written as part of a wider research process commissioned by the
Department of Economic Development and Tourism in the Western Cape to assess the
potential impact of the creative industries within the provincial economy. The report provides a
broad overview of the current status quo of the creative industries as highlighting possible
policy and strategic interventions that would result in the Western Cape becoming the centre of
the creative industries in South Africa.
Key Words: Economic development, tourism, Western Cape, Creative Industries, centre,
creative arts
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2006
Title: In South Africa, crafts revival boosts exports
Author: International Trade Forum
Commissioning Party: International Trade Forum
Date: Oct-06
Associated project: Interview with Tembeka Nkamba-van Wyk, Talking Beads Academy
Website: http://www.tradeforum.org/news/fullstory.php/aid/626/in_South_Africa_craft_revival
Summary: This interview highlights the work of a South African business woman in exposing
locally made handicrafts and protecting local craft traditions for the benefit of crafters and
tourists alike. The business created is now exporting and employing thousands of women in
rural areas with training and medical care provided. The Talking Beads Academy was begun in
1997and is working towards a mobile training unit to provide women in remote rural areas with
supplies of beads and designs.
Key Words: South Africa, crafts, Talking Beads Academy, rural women, training, business
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Title: Proposed Strategy on Engendering the Accelerated and Shared Growth Imitative (ASGISA)
Author: DTI
Commissioning Party: DAC
Date: Jan-06
Associated project: South Africa's Strategy on Engendering the Accelerated and Shared
Growth Imitative (ASGI-SA)
Website: http://www.thedti.gov.za/sawen/ASGISAPROPOSEDSTRATEGY06.pdf
Summary: This document highlights amongst others the role of the creative industries in
facilitating the economic empowerment of women especially through rural women engaged in
the craft sector. It provides one of the arguments for why the South African government
provides support to the craft sector.
Key Words: South Africa, craft, women, ASGI-SA, empowerment, second economy
Title: Hisses and whistles': A baseline study into arts coverage in the South African mass
media
Author: Media Monitoring Project & Open Research
Commissioning Party: Media monitoring project and open research
Date: Mar-06
Website:
http://www.mediamonitoringafrica.org/index.php/resources/entry/hisses_and_whistles_a_baseli
ne_study_into_arts_coverage_in_the_sa_mass_medi/
Summary: The report presents findings of arts coverage, advertising and publicity in the mass
media in South Africa. Key findings relate to percentage of space allocated to arts and
entertainment content in newspaper supplements, which art genres dominate, nature of arts
coverage, the differences between coverage of local and international artists as well as
journalism and the role of the national broadcaster.
Key Words: arts, advertising, publicity, mass media, South Africa, entertainment, newspapers,
broadcaster, artists
Title: Parliamentary Media Briefing Economic Cluster 11
Author: DAC
Commissioning Party: DAC
Date: 10-Feb-06
Associated project: Briefing for parliament
Website: http://www.dac.gov.za/media_release/10Geb06.htm
Summary: This parliamentary media briefing focuses on the interventions relating to Arts,
Culture and Heritage during 2006/7. The DAC's programme of action is described, the budget
associated as well as the purpose of each set of activities.
Key Words: South Africa, arts and culture, policy review, heritage

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2007
Title: Cultural Industries, arts, culture and creative arts: Second Paper: Policy
recommendations and Interventions
Author: Van Graan, Mike
Commissioning Party: WESTGRO, South Africa
Date: 2007
Associated project: MEDS process, Western Cape
Website: http://www.hivos.nl/english/english/arterial/background_materials
Summary: This paper provides recommendations based on research undertaken in the first
phase of the MEDS process focusing on the creative industries in the Western Cape. It focuses
on a few key initiatives to advance the sector. It provides a summary of the overview of the
creative industry in the Western Cape, general economic arguments in support of the creative
industry sector, highlights the challenges facing the sector and outlines the proposed strategies
that the Western Cape provincial government could implement to support the sector.
Key Words: MEDS, Western Cape, creative industries, strategy, policy, government
Title: Arts and Culture Policy Review
Author: DAC
Commissioning Party: DAC
Date: 2007
Associated project: SA government review of policy
Website: http://www.dac.gov.za/projects/policy%20Review/background%20document.doc
Summary: This policy review was commissioned in the broader context of the 10 years of the
new ANC government. The documents covers 7 chapters: background, legal framework for
arts, culture and heritage, contribution of the arts and culture to the economy, the role of arts
and culture continentally and internationally, review of human resources, research and
development needs of the arts and culture sector, the role of arts and culture in social
development as well as review of the arts and culture funding and financing model.
Key Words: South Africa, arts and culture, policy review, heritage
Title: Film: Analysis needed to make policy decisions
Author: Cultural Observatory, South Africa
Commissioning Party: Cultural Observatory, South Africa
Date: accessed 23/05/07
Associated project: Prepared by Howard Thomas as part of a broader research project to
develop an interactive website on the creative industries in South Africa. Numerous inputs were
provided to stimulate debate on the best way to collect data.
Website: http://www.culturealobservatory.org.za/_tv_ana.html
Summary: Investigates the main sources for cultural analyses such as the ILO, UNESCO,
Canadian, UK, Australian and Irish film industries as well as EU documents on film and ICT
structures. A list of the information needed to analyse the film sector is provided. A critique of
the problem tree analysis is provided as well as the problems attached to data collected from
players in the sector.
Key Words: Film, South Africa, policy, information, problem tree
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Author: Louw, Adrian


Commissioning Party: UNESCO
Date: 21-22 June 2007
Associated project: Paper presented at the French Commission for UNESCO meeting in
partnership with the French Ministry of Education and the Council of Europe at the Centre de
Conferences Internationals, Paris, France
Website: http://www.ncrf.org.za/sa-community-radio-present-paper-at-unesco-mediaeducation
Summary: Bush Radio was asked to present a paper and a meeting organised by the French
Commission for UNESCO. The title was Media Education: Advances, Obstacles and new
Trends since Grunwald; Towards a scale of change? The radio station based in the Cape Flats
has as its mission 'to ensure that communities, who have been denied access to resources,
take part in producing ethical, creative and responsible radio that encourages them to
communicate with each other, to take part in decisions that affect their lives, and to celebrate
their own cultures'. The paper reflects on the CREW project (Children's Radio Education
Workshop) which started in 1996 to give young people a voice in media.
Key Words: South Africa, community radio, UNESCO, media education, bush radio
Title: Final Report on the Micro-economic Development Strategy for the Music Industry in the
Western Cape
Author: Ansell, Gwen, Barnard, Helen and Barnard, Phillippa
Commissioning Party: Department of Economic Development and Tourism, Western Cape
Provincial Government
Date: Nov-07
Associated project: MEDS reports, Western Cape Economic Development
Summary: This report documents the music industry in the Western Cape focusing on the
context and local performance, development drivers, the need for and role of government
intervention, tourism and the digital opportunities in the industry. The bulk of the
recommendations focus on this latter area arguing that digitisation leads to differentiated
product niches and the rise of smaller players which both favour the Western Cape region.
Other recommendations relate to digital inclusion, supporting a credible industry body as well
as developing skills amongst a diverse body of role players.
Key Words: Western Cape, South Africa, government intervention, tourism, digital
opportunities, music industry, product niches, smaller players
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Title: Sampling Music
Author: Melandowitz, Hugh
Commissioning Party: Moshito
Date: 2008
Associated project: Moshito Conference
Summary: This presentation from Moshito '08 deals with ownership of copyright in music its
commercial exploitation. The question it poses is whether the sampling of music could
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an infringement of copyright and that therefore even if a very small portion of the song is to be
used the person must obtain authorisation.
Key Words: Moshito, copyright, sampling, music, moral rights, authorisation, infringement
Title: South African Music Hub
Author: Masokoane, Glenn
Commissioning Party: DAC, South Africa
Date: 2008
Associated project: Moshito Conference
Summary: The DAC's presentation to Moshito '08 outlines the motivation for the establishment
of a music hub including music recording facilities for emergent talent and young musicians.
The motivation includes state of the art music production hub, target market of the second
economy, strategic black economic empowerment, total value chain offering, heritage centre
and space for music organisations.
Key Words: DAC, Moshito, Music, second economy, recording studios, emergent talent
Title: Making Cultural Policy Work
Author: Commonwealth Foundation
Commissioning Party: Commonwealth Foundation
Date: 19-May-08
Associated project: Consultation held in partnership with South African Coalition for Cultural
Diversity and Department of Arts and Culture, Samro House
Website:
http://www.commonwealthfoundation.com/uploads/fckeditor/00000088_Making%20Culture%20
Work%20for%20Development.pdf
Summary: This summary report reflects on the consultation between government and civil
society organisations in South Africa held by the Commonwealth Foundation in partnership with
the South African coalition for Cultural Diversity (SACCD) and the DAC. This discussion was
the second in a series of Commonwealth Foundation consultations on different aspects of
culture, cultural policy and development. Key questions discussed include the success of South
Africa's cultural policies for the creative sectors and for development; the extent of
implementation of UNESCO's Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of
Cultural Expressions and the possibility of sharing the South African experience and approach
to culture regionally and globally. The findings feed directly into the Foundation's research
project, Putting Culture First available at
www.commonwealthfoundation.com/culturediversity/research
Key Words: South African Coalition for Cultural Diversity, DAC, South Africa, cultural policy,
civil society, Commonwealth Foundation
Title: Speech to Moshito
Author: Wakashe, T
Commissioning Party: Moshito
Date: 2008
Associated project: Moshito Conference
Summary: The speech by the Director General of Arts and Culture focuses on copyright,
indigenous knowledge protection as well as various programmes initiated by Government to
support the music industry. These include 'Taking SA Music to the World and the development
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Key Words: DAC, Moshito, Music industry, government programmes, copyright, indigenous
knowledge protection, music studio, second economy
Title: Music policy discussion document
Author: SABC
Commissioning Party: Moshito
Date: 2008
Associated project: Moshito conference
Summary: The SABC's presentation to Moshito '08 outlines the music policy they have
developed. It includes its purpose, the scope, policy changes that it envisages as well as roles
and responsibilities.
Key Words: SABC, South Africa, music policy, music compilation, pay for play, music rights,
indigenous music
Title: Music Qualifications: Are music education institutions/ qualifications responding to the
changing and growing needs of the music industry?
Author: Feenstra, Marianne
Commissioning Party: Moshito
Date: 2008
Associated project: Moshito Conference
Summary: This presentation from Moshito '08 is a hard hitting account of what is wrong with
the whole music education institution and qualification system. The conclusion is that neither
SAQA management nor anyone else in the system has thought through the process of the
generation of a qualification and the effect of its implementation and that SAQA, the DOE and
CHE are simply maintaining the status quo
Key Words: music, education, qualification, SAQA, DOE, CHE, needs
Title: Mappp-Seta Sector Skills Plan 2009/2010
Author: CAJ
Commissioning Party: Mappp-Seta
Date: 2008
Summary: This paper provides an overview of the creative industries in South Africa identifies
key characteristics and outlines critical challenges and opportunities for its growth. Particular
focus is given to the nature of supply and demand for skills and the role of government as a key
investor in the creative industries. The report includes a review of industrial and occupational
profile, sector specific dynamics, employment patterns and trends, scarce and critical skills as
well as small business and entrepreneurial opportunities. Creative industry sectors covered in
this report include: print media, publishing, visual arts, crafts, advertising, film and electronic
media, music, design, performing arts and dance.
Key Words: Mappp-Seta, creative industries, creative economy, supply and demand of skills,
role of government, CAJ, 2009/2010, industrial and occupational profile, sector specific
dynamics, employment patterns and trends, scarce and critical skills, small business and
entrepreneurial opportunities, print media, publishing, visual arts, crafts, advertising, film and
electronic media, music, design, performing arts and dance.
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2009
Title: Producing creative content: skills and economic challenges in the South African Creative
Industries
Author: CAJ
Commissioning Party: HSRC, South Africa
Date: 2009
Associated project: Skills and economic challenges in the ASGI-SA sectors
Website: www.hsrcpress.org.za
Summary: This paper provides an overview of the creative industries in South Africa identifies
key characteristics and outlines critical challenges and opportunities for its growth. Particular
focus is given to the nature of supply and demand for skills and the role of government as a key
investor in the creative industries.
Key Words: HSRC, CAJ, Creative industries, creative economy, supply and demand of skills,
role of government
Title: Mike van Graan website
Author: Van Graan, Mike
Commissioning Party: Mike van Graan
Date: Various
Associated project:
Website: http://www.mikevangraan.co.za/recent-articles-papers
Summary: Mike van Graan's website carries his personal reflections and views on the state of
the arts, culture and creative industries in South Africa.
Key Words: Mike van Graan, culture, arts, creative industries, government,
Title: Centre for Jazz and Popular Music (CJPM) University of Natal
Author: Brubeck, Darius
Commissioning Party: Private
Associated project: Cambridge Journals
Website: http://journals.cambridge.org
Summary: This overview of the Centre for Jazz and Popular Music based at the University of
Natal reflects on its intention to become a 'micro-mini' version of the Smithsonian Institute
(Washington D.C.). It notes that research on South African jazz and popular music is a low
priority at present. The centre is providing teaching, study, research, preservation and
performances of popular music and jazz and suggests establishing an endowment to support
the range of ad hoc projects coming to the centre.
Key Words: Jazz, popular music, endowment, projects, University of Natal, Smithsonian
Institute, Brubeck, Darius
Title: VANSA
Author: Visual Arts Network of South Africa
Commissioning Party: VANSA
Date: All
Associated project: VANSA
Website: http://www.vansa.co.za/resources
Summary: This website regularly carries articles on the state of the visual arts sector in South
Africa.

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Key Words: South Africa, visual arts, website


Title: Artthrob: Contemporary art in South Africa
Author: Artthrob
Commissioning Party: Artthrob
Date: All
Associated project: Artthrob
Website: http://www.artthrob.co.za/
Summary: This website has regular articles and special features on the arts in South Africa,
on art and social development etc. Articles are archived and can be easily searched.
Key Words: Art, culture, South Africa, visual arts, social development
Tanzania documents
Title: Balancing Culture and Conservation through Enterprise
Author: USAID
Commissioning Party: USAID
Date: 2004
Associated project: Story on Website about Tanzania
Website: http://africastories.usaid.gov/search_details.cfm?storyID=228&countryID=26&sector

Summary: The Naisho Women's Group established the Esilalei Cultural Boma in 1999 to bring
tourist dollars to their villages and, at the same time, preserve their local culture and alleviate
gender inequality and poverty. A lack of business knowledge resulted in limited success. This
USAID article shows how their support altered the fortunes of the Naisho group.
Key Words: Naisho, Cultural village, USAID, business knowledge
Title: Consultative forum on arts and culture in Tanzania
Author: British Council
Commissioning Party: British Council
Date: 19-Sep-05
Associated project: All Africa Arts Consultation Forum
Summary: This report documents a meeting organised by the British Council in Dar es
Salaam as one of ten organised in Africa as part of the All Africa Arts Consultation Forum. The
report assesses the ascendant and dominant art forms in Tanzania, the notable trends and
development over the past few years, the influences on the Tanzanian arts and culture sector
as well as priorities for support from the British Council.
Key Words: British Council, Tanzania, arts, culture, creative industries, development, All Africa
Uganda
Title: Uganda-based initiative to promote African and Asian filmmaking
Author: Artmatters
Commissioning Party: Art Matters
Date: 2004

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Website: http://www.artmatters.info/mira.htm; http://www.mashada.com/forums/405142post1.html


Summary: This news piece highlights the establishment of an annual filmmakers laboratory in
Uganda to promote African and Asian filmmaking with the support and writer and producer Mira
Nair.
Key Words: film laboratory, African film, Asian filmmaking, Mira Nair, Uganda, Kampala
Title: The national ICT master plan and E-government network feasibility study in Uganda
Author: Mega-Tech
Commissioning Party: Internet Governance for Development
Date: August, 11 2006
Associated project: Women of Uganda Network
Website: http://wougnet/org.ICTpolicy/ug/ugictpolicy.html
Summary: This paper highlights the importance of ICT for development. The scope of
Uganda's National ICT Policy Framework covers information as a resource for development,
mechanisms for accessing information, and ICT as an industry, including e-business, software
development and manufacturing. The policy looks at various categories of information from
different sectors, essentially aimed at empowering people to improve their living conditions.
The sectors include: health, education, agriculture, energy, environment, business, and science
& technology.
Key Words: ICP, Uganda, living conditions, policy, feasibility
Title: Survey of Content and Audiences of Video Halls in Uganda 2005-2006
Author: Marshfield, Katerina and van Oosterhout, Michiel
Commissioning Party: Uganda International Film Festival
Date: Jan-07
Website: www.uiff.org
Summary: The report documents the network of over 2000 video halls in Uganda known as
'Bibandas' which function as local cinemas and general audiovisual entertainment venues. The
report analyses the content shown as well as the audience and facilities.
Key Words: Uganda, video, halls, cinema, audiovisual, entertainment, venues, Bibandas

Zambia
Title: Enhancing Marketing Skills for Artists and Artisans
Author: Ballyn, John
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: 2-4 October 2002
Associated project: AN ITC conference paper prepared for the National Workshop organised
by the ILO 'Enterprise Development and Employment in the Cultural Sector in Zambia; national
and local strategies:
Website: http://www.intracen.org/CreativeIndustries/conference_papers.pdf
Summary: This paper looks at the distinctions in business practice for artists and artisans in
the sectors of visual arts and crafts in order to develop improved marketing practices for both.
The paper explores the market influences on the visual arts and craft products as well as the

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needs for artists and artisans such as investment in design and marketing, training in design
and marketing, provision of design and marketing services as well as business support needs.
Key Words: Marketing skills, artists, artisans, Zambia, ILO, ITC, Ballyn, Lusaka
Title: An Action research on Small Enterprise Development and Job Creation in the Cultural
Sector
Author: Moyo, Dixon
Commissioning Party: ILO
Date: Jul-02
Associated project: ILO research and workshop in Zambia
Summary: This report produced for the ILO as part of the Seed study on the role of the
cultural sector in contributing to job creation and small business development in the SADC
region focuses the spotlight on Zambia by exploring four cultural subsectors, namely music,
ethno tourism, crafts and dance in Zambia. The report investigates the development process of
these sectors, the successes and constraints in the area of small enterprise development and
job creation in all the value chains and proposes various interventions/ recommendations for
action.
Key Words: Zambia, cultural sector, small enterprise development, job creation, ILO, Zambian
labour market, national arts council
Title: Disbursement of donor funds - Shining example from Zambia
Author: Owoo, John
Commissioning Party: Arterial Network
Date: Mar-07
Associated project: Arterial News Vol 2 No 5, Revitalising African Cultural Assets
Website:
http://www.dccd.dk/dccd/cku.nsf/images/senart/$file/shinning+example+from+zambia+by+john
+owoo.pdf
Summary: This news article showcases the Zambian experience of disabusing 1.28 million
Euros for the cultural sector development programme. This grant forms part of European Union
funds. The Zambian experience was shared at the three day workshop on Goiree Island in
Senegal called Revitalising African Cultural Assets by Mulenga Kapwepwe.
Key Words: Zambia, funds, EU, cultural, development, African, assets, Goiree Island, Mulenga
Kapwepwe
Title: Ceremony! Celebrating Zambia's Cultural Heritage
Author: Guhrs, Tamara, D'elbee, Francois and Kapwepwe, Mulenga
Commissioning Party: Celtel Zambia and Seka (Sensitisation and Education through Kunda
Arts)
Date: 2009
Associated project: Seka Educational Theatre
Website: http://www.seka-educational-theatre.com/ceremony-book.htm
Summary: This book showcases indigenous rituals, traditional ceremonies and cultural
practices in Zambia including the arts, dances, songs, crafts and artefacts produced for them
and passed down through generations. It also highlights the traditional educational methods,
leadership systems, ethical values and indigenous technologies associated with these
ceremonies. The book celebrates Zambia, Zambian people and the fact that tradition co-exists

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with modernisation and how they feed one another. Chapters include impressions (photos and
text) from each of the 7 provinces of Zambia.
Key Words: Ceremonies, cultural heritage, Zambia,
Title: Zambia's ICT policy finally launched
Author: Mushinga, Gloria
Date: 2007
Website: http://www.thewip.net/contributors/2007/04/zambia_s_ict_policy_finally_la.html
Summary: This is a news piece about the launch of the National Information and
Communications Technologies (ICT's) Policy in Zambia. The purpose of the policy is to bridge
the digital divide amongst Zambians by 2030.
Key Words: Zambia, ICT, policy, National Information and Communications Technology,
VOIP, internet
Title: Country report on the status of copyright and neighbouring rights in Zambia
Author: Shakarongo, Brian Chengela
Commissioning Party: WIPO
Date: 17-19 July 2002
Associated project: Presented at WIPO symposium, Lilongwe, Malawi
Zimbabwe
Title: Intellectual Property Rights, Copyright and Development Policy in a Developing Country:
Options For Sub Saharan African Countries
Author: Professor E.S Nwauche
th
Date: 30 of July 2003
Associated project: Paper presented to the Copyright Workshop at Zimbabwe International
Book Fair
Website: www.kopinor.org/content/download/1777/13422/file/zibf.pdf
Summary: This paper argues that a development oriented strong copyright protection is
fundamental to the economic and technological advancement of Sub Saharan African countries
(SSA) and synthesizes such a policy.
Key Words: IP, Sub Saharan Africa, copyright, protection, economy, technology, policy
Title: Zimbabwe arts focus group meeting
Author: British Council
Commissioning Party: British Council
Date: 26-Sep-05
Associated project: All Africa Consultative Forum
Summary: This report documents a meeting organised by the British Council in Zimbabwe as
one of ten organised in Africa as part of the All Africa Arts Consultation Forum. The specific
aims of the Zimbabwe meeting were to start a strong network of arts contacts in Africa and to
generate ideas for Africa-wide projects for funding
Key Words: Zimbabwe, creative industries, network, arts, funding
Title: Narrative and ideology: 50 years of filmmaking in Zimbabwe

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Author: Hungwe, Kedmon Nyasha


Commissioning Party: Private
Date: 2005
Associated project: in Media, culture and society, Vol 27, no 1, 83-99
Website: http://mcs.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/27/1/83
Summary: This article reviews film-making in the period 1948-2000 when the country was
going through the transition to an independent nation. It assesses how the political governance
crisis of the later 1990s undermined prospects for this sector. Of general interest are the
insights provided by the article into the problems and prospects of African countries as global
players in the production of media.
Key Words: African cinema, African Script Development Fund, Central African Film Unit,
Neria, Sithengi, Southern African Film Festival

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List of documents by NAME

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ACP
Secretariat

ACP Group

ACP Group

ACP Group

Abodunrin,
Akintayo

Name

Promotion of
Cultural
industries/
Regional
cooperation in
the field of
culture: report on
the main
conclusions
Report of the
working group 1
on ACP cultural
policy for
development/
cultural heritage
Handbook on
ACP Cultural
Industries

The Obasanjo
years: motion
without
movement for
arts,
entertainment
Dakar
Declaration on
the Promotion of
ACP Cultures
and Cultural
Industries

Title

ACP

Drawn up by
Ccawa / Cacao
for the
Secretariat of
the ACP

ACP

ACP

ACP

Nigeria

Country

ACP

Technical
meeting 1st
meeting of ACP
Ministers of
Culture,
Working Group
11

Purpose/
associated
project
Nigerian
Tribune

ACP

ACP

ACP

Private

Commissio
ning Agent

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Indicators &
measurement

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

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2006

2003

2003

2003

2007

Year

http://www.acpfilms.eu/fileadmin/fichiers/formulaire_et_annexe
s/EN/Handbook_ACP_cultural_industries.pdf

http://www.acpsec.org/acpfestival/acp8300603_Dakar_Declar
ation_e.pdf

http://www.tribune.com.ng/22052007/arts.html

Website

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Kenya

African
Union

Nairobi Plan of
Action for
Cultural
Industries in
Africa

African
Union

Africa

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Film

publishing

cross cutting

Area of Interest

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2005

2006

African
Union

Culture,
Integration and
African
Renaissance:
Aide Memoire

African
Union

Africa

2006

Africa

2003

2000

Year

African
Union

Africa

ACP

Country

Charter for
African Cultural
Renaissance

Sixth Ordinary
Session of the
Assembly, held
in Khartoum,
Sudan
First Pan
African Cultural
Congress
organised by
the African
Union

Purpose/
associated
project
Signed in
COTONOU

2001

Scholarly
publishing in
Africa

African
Book
Collective
and the Dag
Hammarskjo
ld
Foundation
African Film
and TV
African
Union

ACP

Commissio
ning Agent

Hold onto your


rights!

Partnership
Agreement

Title

ACP-EU

Name

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www.africa-union.org

www.africaunion.org/root/au/conferences/past/2006/november/SA/pan_af
rican/AU_PACC_Aide_Memoire.doc

www.africaunion.org/root/au/documents/treaties/text/charter%20%20African%20cultural%20Renaissance-en.pdf

Website

Online
Journalism
Review

Jadeas Trust

Private

Online
Journalism
Review

Empowering the
black creative
class

Reinventing
Nollywood: the
role of the mafia
in the
development of
the Nigerian Film
Industry
For most
Africans, Internet
access is little
more than a pipe
dream

Aina,
Yetunde

Aina,
Yetunde

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Alden, Chris

Creative
Clusters 2008,
London, UK

African
Union

Concept Note

African
Union

The Second
Session of AU
Conference of
Ministers of
Culture
(CAMC2)

African
Union

The Promotion
and Protection of
Africa's Cultural
Products:
Advocacy
Statement

Purpose/
associated
project
Advocacy
Statement

African
Union

Commissio
ning Agent

Title

Name

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Africa

Nigeria

Nigeria

Africa

Africa

Country

ICT

film

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 133 of 292

2004

2008

2007

2008

2006

Year

http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workplace/107109268.php

www.jadeastrust.org

www.african-union.org

http://www.thecommonwealth.org/Shared_ASP_Files/Uploade
dFiles/0DD2D9DE-E737-4839-B5F111F4B3B53102_Cultural_products_protection_advocacy_state
ment_2.pdf

Website

Final Report on
the Microeconomic
Development
Strategy for the
Music Industry in
the Western
Cape

Kenyans make
low budget films

Ansell,
Gwen,
Barnard,
Helen and
Barnard,
Phillippa

Art matters

CAJ, 2009

Ansell,
Gwen

The Music
industry :
promoting the
cultural sector
through job
creation and
small enterprise
development in
the SADC
countries
Soweto Blues:
Jazz, popular
music, and
politics in South
Africa

Title

Ambert,
Cecile

Name

Department
of Economic
Developmen
t and
Tourism,
Western
Cape
Provincial
Government
Art Matters

Private

ILO

Commissio
ning Agent

South Africa

Purpose/
associated
project
For the series
on Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters and
Global value
Chains, ILO

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Kenya

South Africa

South Africa

SADC

Country

Film

Music

music

Music

Area of Interest

Page 134 of 292

2007

2003

Year

http://artmatters.info/film3.htm

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_p
rog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_typ
e=WP

Website

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Artthrob

Artthrob

East Africa

Art Matters

Artsmatters.
info

Artthrob:
Contemporary art
in South Africa

Uganda

Art Matters

Artmatters

Nigeria

Art Matters

Nigerians market
their country
through film
Uganda-based
initiative to
promote African
and Asian
filmmaking
East African in a
frenzy of Film
Festivals

Website

South Africa

Kenya

Artmatters

News

Art Matters

Colonisation of
Kenyan screens
kills filmmakers,
drives others into
exile

Africa

Country

Artmatters

Purpose/
associated
project
Conference
Report

Arterial
Network

Commissio
ning Agent

The Arterial
Conference:
Vitalising African
cultural assets

Title

Arterial
Conference

Name

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visual art

film

film

film

film

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

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all

2005

2005

2007

Year

http://www.artthrob.co.za/

http://www.artmatters.info/frenzy.htm

http://www.artmatters.info/mira.htm

http://www.artmatters.info/nigeria1.htm

http://www/artmatters.info/film/colonisation.htm

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/docs/arterial_conference_report_
en.pdf

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

HSRC and
DAC

ILO

UNCTAD

Measuring
Culture
developments
globally to inform
what we do
locally

Enhancing
Marketing Skills
for Artists and
Artisans

Creative
industries and
developing
countries: voice,
choice and
economic growth.
.

Avril Joffe,
CAJ

Ballyn, John

Barrowcloug
h, Diana and
KozulWright,
Zeljka, (eds.)

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

AN ITC
conference
paper prepared
for the National
Workshop
organised by
the ILO
'Enterprise
Development
and
Employment in
the Cultural
Sector in
Zambia;
national and
local strategies:
Routledge

Purpose/
associated
project
Establishment
of Cultural
Observatory by
HSRC on
behalf of DAC

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Developing
Countries

Zambia

South Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

arts and crafts

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

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2008

2002

2003

Year

http://www.intracen.org/CreativeIndustries/conference_papers.
pdf

Website

Business
Arts South
Africa
(BASA), the
National Arts
Council of
South Africa
(NAC) and
the Arts and
Culture Trust
(ACT)
ILO

The Adult Arts


and Culture and
Arts and Culture
Sponsorship
Market in South
Africa

The Ethnotourism industry:


promoting the
cultural sector
through job
creation and
small enterprise
development in
the SADC
countries

Guide to PanAfrican cultural


markets,
professional
networks and
research
resources

BMI-Sport
Info

Bolnick,
Steven

Brereton,
Kira

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African
Marketplace
Inc, Cultural
Engineering,
Inc.

Commissio
ning Agent

Name

Title

Promoting
culture through
job creation
and small
business
development in
SADC
countries
published in the
series on
Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters and
Global value
Chains, ILO
African
Marketplace
Inc, Cultural
Engineering,
Inc.

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

SADC

Country

Cross-cutting

Ethno-tourism

funding and
sponsorship

Area of Interest

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2003

2003

2001

Year

http://www.culturalengineering.com/uploadfiles/AMP_CE%20G
UIDE.pdf

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_p
rog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_typ
e=WP

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Presented at
the Arterial
Network
conference,
'Revitalising
Africa's
assets'.

Unknown

British
Council

British
Council

British
Council

British
Council

Economic
sustainability in
African Culture
Sector

Under-rated Arts

Consultative
forum on arts and
culture in Kenya

Consultative
forum on arts and
culture in
Tanzania

Consultative
forum on arts and
culture in South
Africa

Zimbabwe arts
focus group
meeting

Brickhill,
Paul

Brickhill,
Paul

British
Council

British
Council

British
Council

British
Council

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Prepared for
the British
Council

All Africa Arts


Consultation
Forum

All Africa Arts


Consultation
Forum

Magazine for
Development
and
Cooperation
All Africa Arts
Consultation
Forum

Purpose/
associated
project
Arterial
Network

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Zimbabwe

South Africa

Tanzania

Kenya

Africa

Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 138 of 292

2005

2005

2005

2005

2005

2007

Year

http://www.inwent.org/E+Z/content/archive-eng/122005/tribune_art4.html

Website

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City of
Johannesbu

Cham, Mbye

Joburg Creative
Industry Sector

City of
Johannesbur

UNESCO's
World Culture
Report 2000:
Cultural
diversity,
conflict and
pluralism
Prepared by
Monica Newton

UNESCO

prepared for
the HSRC in
2007

Prepared for
the fist phase of
the creative
mapping study
for the British
Council

Producing
creative content:
skills and
economic
challenges in the
South African
Creative
Industries
Creative sector
research in South
Africa: research
sources, key
institutions and
annotated
bibliography of
the cultural sector
in South Africa
The Dynamics of
African
Filmmaking

CAJ

Purpose/
associated
project
in Cambridge
Journals

British
Council

Arts and
Culture
Trust, South
Africa
HSRC,
South Africa

A Benevolent
Fund for Artists

CAJ

CAJ

Private

Commissio
ning Agent

Centre for Jazz


and Popular
Music (CJPM)
University of
Natal

Title

Brubeck,
Darius

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

indicators and
measurement

film

Research resources

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

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2003

2005

2009

2005

Year

www.hsrcpress.org.za

http://journals.cambridge.org

Website

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Workshop on
the
development of
the music
industry in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington,
DC

The Ghanaian
experience

Collins,
John

World Bank

Music Awards
2001 Paper

Music Awards
2001: Making
Ghanaian music
exportable

Purpose/
associated
project

Collins,
John

Commissio
ning Agent

Scoping

Title

rg

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Ghana

Ghana

Country

Music

Music

Area of Interest

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2001

2001

Year

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_mus
ic_industry_in_africa_synopsis.pdf

https://www.scientificafrican.org/scholars/jcollins/collins/files/bib16/at_download,

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Commonwe
alth
Foundation

Commonwe
alth
Foundation

Mappp-Seta,
South Africa

Making Cultural
Policy Work

Putting Culture
First:
Commonwealth
perspectives on
culture and
development

Skills and
Resources Audit

Commonwe
alth
Foundation

Commonwe
alth
Foundation

Create SA

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Prepared for
Create SA, a
project of the
Mappp-Seta

Commonwealth
Foundation

Purpose/
associated
project
Consultation
held in
partnership with
South African
Coalition for
Cultural
Diversity and
Department of
Arts and
Culture, Samro
House

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

Developing
Countries

South Africa

Country

indicators and
measurement

cross cutting

policy

Area of Interest

Page 141 of 292

2003

2008

2008

Year
http://www.commonwealthfoundation.com/uploads/fckeditor/00
000088_Making%20Culture%20Work%20for%20Development
.pdf

Website

Department
of Arts and
Culture
(DAC)

Western
Cape
Government

Cultural
Industries
Support

Future
Foundations: An
Integrated
Human Resource
Development
Strategy

Cultural
Industries Sector

Database for
Cultural Initiative
in Ghana: cultural

CreateSA

Cultural
Industries
Core Team

Cultural
Industries

CAJ, 2009

CreateSA

Commissio
ning Agent

National Skills
and Resources
Audit 2003

Title

CreateSA

Name

Input paper into


Micro-economic
Strategy for the
Western Cape

Purpose/
associated
project
CreateSA

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Ghana

South Africa

Country

databases

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

indicators and
measurement

Area of Interest

Page 142 of 292

2008

2003

2005

2003

Year

http://www.amts.co.za/cultural.pdf

Website

Cultural
Observatory,
South Africa

DAC

DAC

Arts and Culture


Policy Review

Parliamentary
Media Briefing
Economic Cluster
11

DAC

DAC

CAJ, 2009

Support
Project
(CISP)
Cultural
Observatory
, South
Africa

Film: Analysis
needed to make
policy decisions

Commissio
ning Agent

Project

Title

industries/
enterprise

Name

Briefing for
parliament

Prepared by
Howard
Thomas as part
of a broader
research
project to
develop an
interactive
website on the
creative
industries in
South Africa.
Numerous
inputs were
provided to
stimulate
debate on the
best way to
collect data.
SA government
review of policy

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

policy

policy

Film

Area of Interest

Page 143 of 292

2006

2007

2007

Year

http://www.dac.gov.za/media_release/10Geb06.htm

http://www.dac.gov.za/projects/policy%20Review/background
%20document.doc

http://www.culturealobservatory.org.za/_tv_ana.html

Website

DAC

Commissioni
ng Party:
HRSC :
Social
Cohesion
and
Integration
Research
Programme

Creative
Africa
Website

Untitled

Title: Protecting
our cultural
capital: A
research plan for
the Heritage
Sector

Creative
Industries: the
under-utilized
African resources

Deacon,
Harriet

Deacon,
Harriet,
Mngqolo,
Sephai and
Prosalendis,
Sandra

Demilew,
Abiy

CAJ, 2009

DACST

Commissio
ning Agent

Creative South
Africa

Title

DACST

Name

on Creative
Africa website

Unpublished
presentation to
the DAC policy
Review
Workshop
Associated
project: Cultural
Observatory at
the HRSC
commissioned
by DAC.

Purpose/
associated
project
Prepared by
the Cultural
Strategy Group

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

cross

heritage

heritage

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 144 of 292

2008

2003

2007

1988

Year

http://www.creative-africa.org/creativeafrica_2008/index.php?option=com_c

http://www.dacst.gov.za/arts_culture/culture/industries/index.ht
m

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Commissioni
ng Party:
DTI: Trade
and
Investment
South Africa;
Chief
Directorate:
Customised
Sector
Programmes

HSRC,
South Africa

UNESCO

UNESCO

DAC

Title: Beyond
Planning to
Action: Film and
TV Sector
Development
Strategy

Cultural Statistics
in South Africa

Take Note! The


(Re)naissance of
the music
industry in SubSaharan Africa

What is Digital
Arts in Africa?

Proposed
Strategy on
Engendering the
Accelerated and
Shared Growth

Department
of Trade and
Industry
(DTI) (Jane
Corden and
Richard
Phillips)

Developmen
t Policy
Research
Unit
Developmen
t Works

DigiArts,
UNESCO

DTI

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

South Africa's
Strategy on
Engendering
the Accelerated
and Shared

Paper prepared
for The Global
Alliance for
Cultural
Diversity:
Division of Arts
and Cultural
enterprise,
Unesco, Paris
UNESCO
Knowledge
Portal

Prepared for
the HSRC
Cultural
Observatory

Purpose/
associated
project
Associated
project:
Customised
Sector
Programmes
(CSP) of the
DTI.

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

digital arts

music

indicators and
measurement

film

Area of Interest

Page 145 of 292

2006

2005

2004

2003

2005

Year

http://www.thedti.gov.za/sawen/ASGISAPROPOSEDSTRATE
GY06.pdf

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.phpURL_ID=24376&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.
html

http://www.culturalobservatory.org.za/pdf_files/econ_of_cultur
e.pdf

Website

CERAMIC Subsector Study

Grass SubSector Study

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

CAJ, 2009

Beads SubSector Study

Imitative (ASGISA)

Title

ECI Africa

Name

TEP & DTI

Tourism
Enterprise
Project
(TEP) and
the
Department
of Trade and
Industries
(the DTI)
TEP and DTI

Commissio
ning Agent

Purpose/
associated
project
Growth
Imitative (ASGISA)

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

Area of Interest

Page 146 of 292

2004

2004

2004

Year

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Tourism
Enterprise
Programme
& DTI
Tourism
Enterprise
Programme
and DTI

Commissioni
ng party:
Mappp Seta

Moshito

Wireware
Subsector Study

KZN Craft Subsector Study

Title: Qualitative
Research for
Mappp Seta
Sector Skills
Plan: the
publishing subsector

Music
Qualifications:
Are music
education
institutions/
qualifications
responding to the
changing and
growing needs of
the music
industry?

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

Eve Gray
and
Associates

Feenstra,
Marianne

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

South Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

Music

publishing

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

Area of Interest

Page 147 of 292

2008

2004

2004

2004

Year

Website

YFM, South
Africa

Commissioni
ng party:
NAB

International
Network for
Cultural
Diversity

The story of
99.3YFM

Title: The South


African Music
Industry

Publishing in
Africa

Gostner,
Karl
Gostner,
Karl (YFM)

CAJ, 2009

Gray, Eve

City of
Joburg

Commissio
ning Agent

Developing
Audiences for
Joburg Live Arts

Title

Freedthinker
s

Name

brief for INCD

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

Africa, publishing

Music

live arts

Area of Interest

Page 148 of 292

2005

2005

Year

Website

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

WESTGRO,
South Africa

Developmen
t Policy
Research
Unit,
University of
Cape Town

Driving a regional
sector
development
programme:
Lessons from the
Western Cape:
1999-2005
The Economics
of Culture and
Cultural Statistics
in South Africa

CAJ, 2009

Haroon
Bhorat and
Mei-Chi Liou

South Africa

Celtel
Zambia and
Seka
(Sensitisatio
n and
Education
through
Kunda Arts)

Ceremony!
Celebrating
Zambia's Cultural
Heritage

Guhrs,
Tamara,
D'elbee,
Francois
and
Kapwepwe,
Mulenga
GwynneEvans, N

Purpose/
associated
project
Arterial News
Vol2 No 2

Arterial
Network

Commissio
ning Agent

Culture - what
culture?

Title

Guchu,
Wander

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Zambia

Africa

Country

indicators and
measurement

Cross-cutting

heritage

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 149 of 292

2003

2005

2009

2007

Year

www.culturalobservatory.org.za/pdf_files/econ_of_culture.pdf

Website

Africa

Namibia

UNESCO

IIPI

Musicians'
cooperatives: a
new model for
developing the
African music
industry
Namibia
Intellectual
Property
Conference Supporting
Culture Based
Industries

IFM, Unesco

CAJ, 2009

IIPI

in Media,
culture and
society, Vol 27,
no 1, 83-99

Private

Narrative and
ideology: 50
years of
filmmaking in
Zimbabwe

Hungwe,
Kedmon
Nyasha

Zimbabwe

South Africa

Social
Cohesion
and
Integration
Research
Programme

Protecting our
cultural capital: A
research plan for
the Heritage
Sector

Country

Harriet
Deacon,
Sephai
Mngqolo
and Sandra
Prosalendis

Purpose/
associated
project
Cultural
Observatory at
the HRSC
commissioned
by DAC.

Commissio
ning Agent

Name

Title

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Intellectual property
rights

Music

film

heritage

Area of Interest

Page 150 of 292

2006

2004

2005

2003

Year
http://www.hsrcpress.ac/full_title_info.asp?id=2024

Website

CAJ, 2009

International
Trade Forum

International
Intellectual
Property
Institute

INCD

IIPI

Name

In South Africa,
crafts revival
boosts exports

West Africa and


Intellectual
Property: Policy
Priorities to
Foster Economic
Growth, Public
Health and
Culture
Strengthening
Local Creative
Industries and
Developing
Cultural Capacity
for Poverty
Alleviation:
Roadmap for the
INCD
Botswana
conference
focuses on
strengthening the
cultural industries

Title

International
Trade Forum

Interview with
Tembeka
Nkamba-van
Wyk, Talking
Beads
Academy

South Africa

Botswana

IIPI

Run by the IIPI

Africa

International
Network for
Cultural
Diversity

Country
West Africa

Purpose/
associated
project

IIPI

Commissio
ning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

arts and crafts

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Intellectual property
rights

Area of Interest

Page 151 of 292

2006

2006

2005

2004

Year

http://www.tradeforum.org/news/fullstory.php/aid/626/in_South
_Africa_craft_revival

http://www.iipi.org/nav_newsroom/detail.asp?itemID-145

Website

Paper prepared
for the DAC,
South Africa
(via the HSRC)
as a position
paper for
Developing
Countries for
the
International

ILO

HSRC,
South Africa

The film and


video industry:
promoting the
cultural sector
through job
creation and
small enterprise
development in
the SADC
countries
Cultural Diversity
and the impact of
globalization

Joffe, A and
Jacklin, N

CAJ, 2009

Joffe, A et al

A research
report prepared
for the MapppSeta
For the series
on Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters and
Global value
Chains, ILO

Mappp-Seta,
South Africa

The Sector Skills


Plan: Film and
Television

Joffe, A

Purpose/
associated
project
Presentation to
INCD

ILO

Commissio
ning Agent

The production of
culture: towards a
creative region

Title

Joffe, A

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Developing
Countries

SADC

South Africa

South Africa

Country

cultural diversity

film

film

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 152 of 292

2003

2003

2004

2002

Year

http://www.incp-ripc.org

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_p
rog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_typ
e=WP

www.incd.net/Media/ILOPresentation.ppt

Website

Commissioni
ng party:
NtshingilaKhosa and
Associations

Commissioni
ng party:
MAPPPSETA

Title: The
Advertising
Industrys skill
needs

Title: Film and


Video Sector

Joffe, Avril
&
NtshilingaKhosa,
Roseline &
Walters, Lee
Joffe, Avril
(CAJ)

CAJ, 2009

ILO

Commissio
ning Agent

Employment
generation and
Trade Expansion
in Creative
Industries: the
case of the film,
video and
broadcast
industry in
Senegal

Title

Joffe, A with
research
input from
Abdoul Sow

Name

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Skills Plan

Prepared for
the ILO

Purpose/
associated
project
Network on
Cultural Policy

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Senegal

Country

film

advertising

film

Area of Interest

Page 153 of 292

2004

2004

2004

Year

Website

CAJ, 2009

Africa: Media
research is still a
problem: Blind
leading the Blind

Private

Mappp-Seta

CCDI

Strategic
Recommendation
s for Industry
Development
(Discussion
Guide)

Kaiser
Associates
Economic
Developmen
t Practice
Kariuki,
John
Khulisa
Management
Services
and Eve
Gray and
Associates
Koenderman
, Tony

Controversy dogs
award winning
African Films
Quantitative Data
Collection for
Mappp-Seta
Sector Skills Plan
(SSP)

Commissioni
ng party:
MAPPPSETA

Commissio
ning Agent

Title: TV and
Radio
Broadcasting

Title

Joffe, Avril
and
Moatlhodi,
Zodwa

Name

Mappp-Seta
sector skills
plan

Purpose/
associated
project
Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

South Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

Research resources

cross cutting

film

arts and crafts

Film

Area of Interest

Page 154 of 292

Unknown

2004

2003

2004

Year

Website

UNCTAD

Commissioni
ng party:
KPMG
Media and
Entertainme
nt

Globalization ,
creative
industries and
economy
development:
policy challenges
for Developing
Countries

Title: The South


African Music
Industry

KozulWright,
Zeljka

KPMG

CAJ, 2009

OCPA

Commissio
ning Agent

Creative
economy and
poverty
eradication in
Africa: principles
and realities

Title

Kovacs,
Mate, OCPA

Name

Unctad and UN
partners

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

Developing
Countries

Africa

Country

music

Cross-cutting

cross cutting

Area of Interest

Page 155 of 292

2001

2003

2007

Year

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

The
Graduate
School of
Business,
University of
Cape Town

HSRC,
South Africa

Driving the
Creative
Industries in the
Western Cape

Publishing in
Africa

The Nigerian
video industry as
an example of
import
substitution

Kristarfor,
Sean and
Budhram,
Meshal

Kromberg,
Steve

Kunzler, D

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Part of the
HSRC research
team for
DACST to
establish a
cultural
observatory

Purpose/
associated
project
MBA
Programme
Study

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Nigeria

Africa

South Africa

Country

film

publishing

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 156 of 292

2004

2003

Year

www.suz.unizh.ch/khenzler/grey/bergen1.pdf

http://www.designindaba.com/advocacy/downloads/Driving.pdf

Website

Associated
project: City of
Joburg
Economic
Development
Units Sector
Strategies for
Cultural Sector
Series on
'Upgrading in
Small
Enterprise
Clusters and
Global Value
Chains', ILO

Paper
presented at
the French
Commission for
UNESCO
meeting in
partnership with
the French
Ministry of

Commissioni
ng party:
Department
of
Communicati
ons

Commissioni
ng Party:
Ochre
Communicati
on

ILO

UNESCO

Title: Feasibility
Study of the
South African
Animation sector

Title: Proposal for


an African Music
market

The Performing
Arts and Dance:
promoting the
Cultural sector
through job
creation and
small enterprise
development in
the SADC
countries
Bush Radio's
CREW project:
growing with
media education

Laballo,
Yoliswa
Koyo
(Anamazing
Workshop)

Le Roux,
Andr

Lebethe, A

CAJ, 2009

Louw,
Adrian

Purpose/
associated
project

Commissio
ning Agent

Name

Title

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

SADC

South Africa

South Africa

Country

music

performing arts and


dance

music

animation

Area of Interest

Page 157 of 292

2007

2003

2005

2004

Year

http://www.ncrf.org.za/sa-community-radio-present-paper-atunesco-media-education

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_p
rog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_typ
e=WP

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Association
Culture et
dveloppem
ent

Association
for the
Developmen
t of
Education in
Africa

Les industries
culturelles des
pays du Sud :
enjeux du projet
de convention
internationale sur
la diversit
culturelle

Expanding the
book trade
across Africa: a
study of current
barriers and
future potential

Creating a
cultural policy for
Namibia

M.
Francisco
dAlmeida et
Mme Marie
Lise
Alleman,

Makotsi,
Ruth

Mans,
Minette E

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Association for
the
development of
Education in
Africa, in
collaboration
with the African
Publishers'
Network,
Oxford, UK
Arts Education
Policy Review

Association
Culture et
dveloppement

Purpose/
associated
project
Education and
the Council of
Europe at the
Centre de
Conferences
Internatinales,
Paris, France

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Namibia

Africa

Africa

Country

policy

books

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 158 of 292

2000

1999

2004

Year

Website

South Africa

DAC, South
Africa

CAJ, 2009

Masokoane,
Glenn

Presentation

MASA

Introducing
MASA (Market for
African
Performing Arts)
South African
Music Hub

Uganda

Uganda
International
Film Festival

Survey of
Content and
Audiences of
Video Halls in
Uganda 20052006

Marshfield,
Katerina and
van
Oosterhout,
Michiel
MASA

Purpose/
associated
project
Mappp-Seta
sector skills
plan per sector

Mappp-Seta

Commissio
ning Agent

MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Title

Mappp-Seta
(authored by
Monica
Newton)

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

Africa

Uganda

South Africa

Country

Music

performing arts and


dance

Uganda

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 159 of 292

2008

2007

2007

2004

Year

http://www.masa.francophonie.org/english/presentation/presen
tation.htm

www.uiff.org

Website

Collogue
international
Arts, territoires
et nouvelle
conomie
culturelle. La
culture, un
atout
incontournable
du
dveloppement
urbain et
rgional?
76eme congres
de L'ACFAS

OCPA and
Interarts

Institut
National de
la
Recherche
Scientifique
(INRS) Qubec

Culture and
Peace: The
Search for
Indicators
Gographies de
L'industrie
musicale hip hop
en Afrique de
l'Ouest

Mazonde, I.N

CAJ, 2009

Mbaye,
Jenny

Presented at
the INCD
meeting in
Cape Town,
Author from
University of
Botswana
University of
Botswana

International
Network for
Cultural
Diversity

Culture and
Peace: the
Search for
Indicators

Mazonde, I N

Purpose/
associated
project
Address on the
occasion of the
Conference of
Ministers of
Culture of the
Africa Union

UNESCO

Commissio
ning Agent

UNESCO:
Culture,
Integration and
African
Renaissance

Title

Matsuura,
Koichiro

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

West Africa

Botswana

Africa

Africa

Country

music

indicators &
measurement

indicators &
measurement

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 160 of 292

2008

2006

2002

2005

Year

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/maputo2006/Workshop_
Final_Report-en.pdf

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/01427/142796e.pdf

Website

Arterial
Network

Hisses and
whistles': A
baseline study
into arts
coverage in the
South African
mass media
The national ICT
master plan and
E-government
network feasibility
study in Uganda

Media
Monitoring
Project &
Open
Research
Mega-Tech

CAJ, 2009

South Africa

Arterial
Network

African Film
Industry needs
Better Training to
Survive
Start small, think
big

Mbewe,
Nebat

Media
monitoring
project and
open
research

Arterial News
Vol 2 no 4

Private

AURA (*) or
some political
production of hip
hop music

Mbaye,
Jenny

Mbewe,
Nebat

Arterial News
Vol 1 No 1

Private

West African Hip


Hop: A
transnational
social movement

Purpose/
associated
project
Aegis cortona
summer school
in African
studies,
Cortona,
Tuscany, 16-22
June 2008

Mbaye,
Jenny

Commissio
ning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

2006

Uganda

ICT

media

Cross-cutting

film

Music

Music

Area of Interest

Page 161 of 292

2006

2007

2007

2008

Year

South Africa

Africa

Africa

West Africa

West Africa

Country

http://wougnet/org.ICTpolicy/ug/ugictpolicy.html

Website

Ecole des
Hautes
Etudes en
Sciences
Sociales
(EHESS)
Commissioni
ng Party:
MAPPPSETA

City of
Johannesbur
g: Economic
Developmen
t Unit

Free State
Department
of Sport,
Arts, Culture,
Science and
Technology

Les rencontres
Africaines de la
Photographie,
Bamako 2005

Title: The Music


Industry

Creative
Industries Sector
Scoping

Workshop Report
of the Free State
Provincial Craft
Conference

Mercier,
Jeanne

Moatlhodi,
Zodwa

Monica
Newton

Monica
Newton

CAJ, 2009

Moshito

Commissio
ning Agent

Sampling Music

Title

Melandowitz
, Hugh

Name

Johannesburg
Film Incubator,
Johannesburg
Performing Arts
Incubator, and
Johannesburg
Music Market

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Bamako, Mali

Purpose/
associated
project
South Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Mali

South Africa

Country

arts and crafts

Cross-cutting

Music

visual art

Music

Area of Interest

Page 162 of 292

2003

2005

2004

2006

2008

Year

Website

Commissioni
ng party:
Moshito
Music
Conference
& Exhibition
ILO

Title: Moshito 04

An Action
research on
Small Enterprise
Development and
Job Creation in
the Cultural
Sector

The Tanzanian
Film Value Chain
Study Report

Zambia's ICT
policy finally
launched

Moshito
Music
Conference
& Exhibition

Moyo, Dixon

Mthando,
Martin and
Kipeja,
Laurian

Mushinga,
Gloria

CAJ, 2009

Department
of Arts and
Culture

National Craft
Imbizo Workshop
Final Report

Monica
Newton

Zanzibar
International
Film Festival
(ZIFF)

Commissio
ning Agent

Title

Name

Prepared fro
the ZIFF,
Festival of the
Dhow
Countries

Purpose/
associated
project
Beautiful
Things
Exhibition

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Zambia

Tanzania

Zambia

South Africa

South Africa

Country

ICT

film

cross cutting

music

arts and crafts

Area of Interest

Page 163 of 292

2007

2007

2002

2004

2002

Year

http://www.thewip.net/contributors/2007/04/zambia_s_ict_polic
y_finally_la.html

http://www.ziff.or.tz/sokofilam.htm

Website

CAJ, 2009

NtshilingaKhosa,
Roseline
and Joffe,
Avril

Nigerian
government

National
Commission
on Culture,
Ghana
National
Film and
Video
Foundation

Name

South Africa

Commissioni
ng party:
NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Nigeria

Nigerian
Government

National
Information
Technology
Policy, "Use It":
Chapter 11: Arts,
Culture and
Tourism
Title: Funding for
the Creative
Industries; Film
and Electronic
Media

South Africa

Commissioni
ng Party:
National Film
and Video
Foundation

Africa

Country

Title: European
Union South
Africa Film
Symposium

Purpose/
associated
project

National
Commission
on Culture

Commissio
ning Agent

National
Conference on
Culture and
NEPAD

Title

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

funding and
sponsorship

ICT

film

cross cutting

Area of Interest

Page 164 of 292

2004

2000

2006

Year

http://www.nitda.gov.ng/document/nigeriaitpolicy.pdf

http://www.ghanaculture.gov.gh/indes1/php?linkid=65&archive
id=159&page=1&adate=

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Commissioni
ng party:
NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Commissioni
ng party:
NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

New African

Title: Design
Sub-Sector

Title: Multimedia
Animation SubSector

Nigeria 'Nobody
knows tomorrow'

NtshingilaKhosa,
Roseline

NtshingilaKhosa,
Roseline

Nwandiko,
Emeka

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

New African

Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills
Plan

Purpose/
associated
project
Associated
project:
MAPPP-SETA
Skills Plan

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Nigeria

South Africa

South Africa

Country

cross cutting

animation

Design

Area of Interest

Page 165 of 292

2006

2004

2004

Year

http://mountainrunner.us/2006/06/nigeria_nobody_.html

Website

OCPA

Meeting of the
task force on
cultural indicators

OCPA

CAJ, 2009

OCPA

Drafted by the
Task Force on
Cultural
Indicators of
Human
Development in
Africa for
presentation at
the Congress of
Cultural Rights
and Human
development
under the
auspices of the
Forum
Barcelona,
Mozambique
Meeting Task
force, Nairobi

OCPA

Compendium of
Reference
Documents for
Cultural Policies
in Africa
Cultural
Indicators: Views
from Africa

OCPA

OCPA

Published in
cooperation
with UNESCO

Website

African Cultural
Policy Resources

Purpose/
associated
project

OCPA

Commissio
ning Agent

Title

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Africa

Mozambique

Africa

Country

indicators &
measurement

indicators &
measurement

Research resources

Research resources

Area of Interest

Page 166 of 292

2005

2004

2006

Year

http://www.culturalrights.net/descargas/drets_culturals80.pdf

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resources/index-en.html

Website

West Africa

Ouest
Afrique
Economie

CAJ, 2009

Africa

AU/UNESC
O

Cultural
Industries for
development in
Africa: Dakar
Plan of Action
World Bank study
of Ivory Coast,
Senegal and Mali

Organisatio
n of African
Unity/
UNESCO
Ouest
Afrique

Africa

The Power
of Culture
Web site

The African
Cinema doesnt
exist

Senegal

Country

Ondega,
Ogova

Purpose/
associated
project
Meeting
convened in
Dakar by
OCPA, the
Interacts
Foundation
(Barcelona,
Spain) with the
support of the
Spanish
Ministry of
Culture on the
occasion of the
INCD meeting
convened in cooperation with
the Senegalese
Coalition for
Cultural
Diversity and
the Senegalese
Coalition of
SocioEconomic
Actors.
Africa

OCPA

Commissio
ning Agent

OCPA and
Interacts Experts
meeting on
Research
Priorities

Title

OCPA ,
Interarts

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

film

Research resources

Area of Interest

Page 167 of 292

2003

1992

2009

2005

Year

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCEERD/Resources/CWI
_music_industry_in_Africa_synopsis.pdf

http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2009/february/fespaco

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities/meetings/dakar2005/Experts_Mee
ting_Final_Report_2005-en.pdf

Website

Universtiy of
Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Report
prepared for
UNCTAD

Africa and
transnational
cultural industries

The Music
Industry in
Senegal: the
potential for
economy
development

CAJ, 2009

Pratt, Andy
with
research
input from
Biram
N'deck
Ndiaye

UNCTAD

Postnote No
261

in The Courier
ACP-EU no
194 September
- October, 2002

ACP

ICT in
Developing
Countries

Arterial News
Vol 2 no 6

Arterial
Network

Parliamentar
y office on
science and
technology
Perman,
Tony

Pagniet,
Geraldine

Owoo, John

Arterial News
Vol 2 No 5

Purpose/
associated
project

Arterial
Network

Commissio
ning Agent

Disbursement of
donor funds Shining example
from Zambia
Visual arts in
Africa: plagued
by a litany of
problems &
obstacle
The cultural
industries and
development

Title

Owoo, John

Economie

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Senegal

Africa

Developing
Countries

Developing
Countries

Africa

Zambia

Country

music

Cross-cutting

ICT

Cross-cutting

visual art

funding and
sponsorship

Area of Interest

Page 168 of 292

2004

2007

2006

2002

2007

2007

Year

www.lse.ac.uk/collections/geography/andenvironment/whossh
o/profiles/pratt/pdf/senegal.pdf

http://www.afrst.uiuc.edu

www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_offices/post/pubs2006.cfm

http://ec.europa.eu/development/body/publicatins/courier/couri
er194/en/en-042-ni.pdf

Website

SADC
SADC

Moshito

SADC

SADC

Music policy
discussion
document

Establishment of
the SADC Culture
Trust Fund
Protocol on
culture,
information and
sport

SABC

SADC

CAJ, 2009

SADC

SADC

South Africa

Policy

Republic of
Botswana

National Policy
on Culture

Republic of
Botswana

South Africa

Botswana

South Africa

Commissioni
ng Party:
Department
of Arts and
Culture
(DAC)

Title: Profile 2000

Country

PriceWaterh
ouseCooper
s

Purpose/
associated
project

Commissio
ning Agent

Name

Title

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

policy

funding and
sponsorship

music

Cross-cutting

film

Area of Interest

Page 169 of 292

2002

2001

2008

2001

2000

Year

http://www.tralac.org/scripts/content.php?id=437

Website

CAJ, 2009

Sciadas, G

Sagnia,
Burama

SAFACT

CULTURE AND
POVERTY
ALLEVIATION IN
AFRICA: A
review of the
cultural
effectiveness of
Poverty
Reduction
Strategy Papers
in West and
Central Africa
Monitoring the
digital divide and
beyond

Southern African
Development
Community
Sector of Culture
and Information
Policies, Priorities
and Strategies
Developing
Countries
becoming a
global player:
Opportunities in
the music
industry
Piracy campaign

SADC

SADC/UNCT
AD Joint
Project

Title

Name

International
Network for
Cultural
Diversity

SAFACT
Africa

Africa

A report
prepared for
the Conference
on African
Cultural Sector
Development,
Goiree Island,
Dakar,
Senegal, 5-7
March 2007
Orbicom

SADC

SADC

Document
prepared for
the IX Session
of Ministers of
Culture,
Information and
Sports (SADC)

SADC

Country
SADC

Purpose/
associated
project

SADC

Commissio
ning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

ICT

Cross-cutting

music

music

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 170 of 292

2003

2006

2000

1998

Year

http://www.southafrica.info/ess_info/sa_glance/media/dvdpiracy-190506.htm
http://www.hivox.nl/english/english/arterial/backgroundmaterials

http://www.teledata.mz/sadccult/poling.htm

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

World Bank

World Bank

Local repertoire
hits new heights
to dominate world
music market in
African Music
Industry

The Market for


African Music

Seligman, G

Seligman,
George

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Purpose/
associated
project
Paper
presented at
the workshop
on the
development of
the music
industry in
Africa, World
Bank and
Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington,
DC
Workshop on
the
development of
the music
industry in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington,
DC

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

music

music

Area of Interest

Page 171 of 292

2001

2001

Year

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_mus
ic_industry_in_africa_synopsis.pdf

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_mus
ic_industry_in_africa_synopsis.pdf

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

World Bank

WIPO

What's the use of


music? The role
of the music
industry in Africa

Country report on
the status of
copyright and
neighbouring
rights in Zambia

Sen.
Amartya

Shakarongo,
Brian
Chengela

CAJ, 2009

Name

Title

Presented at
WIPO
symposium,
Lilongwe,
Malawi

Purpose/
associated
project
Workshop on
the
development of
the music
industry in
Africa,
sponsored by
the World Bank
and the Policy
Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington,
DC

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Zambia

Africa

Country

Intellectual property
rights

music

Area of Interest

Page 172 of 292

2002

2001

Year
http://siteresources.worldbank.org/intceerd/resources/cwi_mus
ic_industry_in_africa_synopsis.pdf

Website

CAJ, 2009

Etude Diagnostic du
secteur de la
culture

Tambadou,
Moustapha
(Ministere
de la
Culture)

Senegal

Africa

UNESCO

Informal music
training in early
childhood
musical
development

Strumpf,
Mitchel

Paper
presented at
the African
Regional Arts
Education
Conference in
port Elizabeth,
South Africa
Senegal

Nigeria

allafrica.com

All
Africa.com

A movie industry
in search of
investors

Country

Special
corresponde
nt, Lagos

Purpose/
associated
project
Africa

Commissio
ning Agent

Culture can play


a key role in
regional
integration

Title

Sithole,
Jabulani

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

music

Film

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 173 of 292

1999

2001

2001

2000

Year

http://allafrica.com/stories/200106190023.html

http://www.sardc.net/editorial/sanf/2000/Iss23/Nf2.html

Website

World Bank

UNESCO

UNESCO

Workshop on the
development of
the music
industry in Africa

Interview with
Gaston Kabore

Project Archives

The
Developmen
t Research
Group on
International
Trade

The Global
Alliance for
Cultural
Diversity

The Global
Alliance for

CAJ, 2009

UNESCO

Commissio
ning Agent

African music:
new challenges,
new vocations

Title

Tchebwa, M

Name

Web listing of
projects relating
to arts, culture,

Participants
include
Amartya Sen,
Paul Collier, J
Michael Finger,
Frank Penna,
David Saryek,
Gerard
Seligman, John
Collins,
Coenraad
Visser, Jerome
Reichman, Phil
Hardy, Scott
Burnett, Keith
Maskus
UNESCO

Purpose/
associated
project
UNESCO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

Research resources

film

music

music

Area of Interest

Page 174 of 292

2005

2001

2005

Year

http://portal.unesco.org/culture/en/ev.phpURL_ID=31471&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC

http://portal.unesco/org/culture/en/ev/phpURL_ID=26989URL_DO=DO_Topic&

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTCEERD/Resources/CWI
_music_industry_in_Africa_synopsis.pdf

www.unesco.org/publishing

Website

CAJ, 2009

Tshikuku,
Kabeya

Thompson,
Bridget
TransAfrica
Forum

The
Namibian
The Trinity
Session

Cultural
Diversity

Name

TransAfrica
Forum

CRDI/IDRC,
UNESCO

African Cinema

Culture,
Entrepreneurship
and Development
in Africa

Paper
presented to
the
International
Conference on
the Cultural
Approach to
Development in
Africa, Senegal
by Prof
Tshikuku from

Issue brief

Africa

Africa

Africa

SADC

For the ILO


series on
Upgrading in
small enterprise
clusters and
global value
chains

Country

The visual arts


and crafts sector:
promoting the
cultural sector
through job
creation and
small enterprise
development in
the SADC
countries
African cinema a well kept secret

Purpose/
associated
project
entrepreneurshi
p in Africa
Namibia

ILO

Commissio
ning Agent

Desert TV on the
Air

Title

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

Film

Film

arts and crafts

Film

Area of Interest

Page 175 of 292

2001

2003

2002

Year

http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/idep/un
pan003349.pdf

www.transafricaforum.org

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/empent/empent.Portal?p_lang=EN&p_p
rog=S&p_category=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_lang=EN&p_typ
e=WP

Website

High level panel


on creative
industries

UNCTAD

CAJ, 2009

UNCTAD

TV Africa
provides
education
solution for Africa
Creative
Industries and
Development

Title

TV Africa

Name

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

Commissio
ning Agent

For 11th
session, Sao
Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

For 11th
session, Sao
Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

Purpose/
associated
project
Institut de
Recherches
Economonique
s et Sociales
(IRES)
Universite de
Kinshasa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Developing
Countries

Developing
Countries

Africa

Country

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

film

Area of Interest

Page 176 of 292

2004

2004

Year

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxibpd13_en.pdf

Website

UNESCO

Culture, a lever
for development
in Africa

UNESCO

CAJ, 2009

UNESCO

Regional Forum
on cultural
industries in
Africa

UNESCO

Meeting Debate
in Culture,
economy,
regional
integration

Organised by
Breda at
ABOMEY,
Benin
Africa

Africa

Africa

Cotonou

UNESCO

UNESCO

Developing
Countries

UNCTAD

The Digital
Divide: ICT
development
indices 2004
Regional
consultation on
cultural industries
in Africa

Developing
Countries

Country

UNCTAD

Purpose/
associated
project
As a pre
UNCTAD X11
event in
Geneva 14-15
January 2008.

UNCTAD

Commissio
ning Agent

High level panel


on the creative
economy and
industries for
development

Title

UNCTAD

Name

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

ICT

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 177 of 292

2008

2000

2000

2005

2008

Year

http://appablog.wordpress.com/2008/12/12/culture-economyregional-integration-cult..

http//www.dakar.unesco.org/news/en/en_000814_cutlure.shtm
l

http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/tdxiibpd4_en.pdf

Website

CAJ, 2009

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

United
Nations ICT
Taskforce
Unknown

United
Nations

Name

Feux de Brazza:
Rapport de la
troisime dition
Zimbabwe :
Cultural
exchange
The Power of
Culture: Master
Plan African Art
Sector on the
way
Heritage: Who
owns indigenous
knowledge
A survey of
research outputs
for the South
African Music,
Craft, Film and
Television and
publishing
sectors between
1997 and 2002

Creative
Economy Report
2008: the
challenge of
assessing the
creative
economy:
towards informed
policy-making
Measuring ICT:
the global status
of ICT indicators

Title

DRC
Zimbabwe
Africa

Africa
South Africa

Unknown

Unknown

Unknown

HSRC
Cultural
Observatory

World

Developing
Countries

Country

Unknown

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Partnership on
Measuring ICT
for
Development

United
Nations

United
Nations

Purpose/
associated
project
Unctad and UN
partners

Commissio
ning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

heritage

cross-cutting

Zimbabwe, cross
cutting

performing arts, music

ICT

Cross-cutting

Area of Interest

Page 178 of 292

2002

2007

2008

2005

2008

Year

www.culturalobservatory.org.za/

http://www.powerofculture.nl/en/current/2007/april/arterial.html

Website

Cultural
Industries, arts,
culture and
creative arts:
Towards an
understanding of
the current nature
and scope of the
creative
industries in the
western cape
Cultural
Industries, arts,
culture and
creative arts:
Second Paper:
Policy
recommendation
s and
Interventions
Mike van Graan
website

Van Graan,
Mike

CAJ, 2009

Van Graan,
Mike

Van Graan,
Mike

USAID

Partnerships in
Development
Practice:
Evidence from
multi-stakeholder
ICT4D practice in
Africa
Balancing Culture
and Conservation
through
Enterprise

Title

Unwin, Tim

Name

Story on
Website about
Tanzania

USAID

South Africa

MEDS process,
Western Cape

Website

WESTGRO,
South Africa

Mike van
Graan

South Africa

South Africa

Tanzania

Africa

Country

WESTGRO,
South Africa

United
Nations

Purpose/
associated
project
United Nations
World Summit
on the
Information
Society

Commissio
ning Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

ICT

Area of Interest

Page 179 of 292

all

2007

2004

2005

Year

http://www.mikevangraan.co.za/recent-articles-papers

http://www.hivos.nl/english/english/arterial/background_materi
als

http://africastories.usaid.gov/search_details.cfm?storyID=228&
countryID=26&sector

Website

Commissio
ning Agent

Africa
Update
Newsletter

VANSA

Moshito

YFM, South
Africa

The Nigerian Film


Industry

VANSA

Speech to
Moshito

The Kwaito
nation: an
industry analysis

Capacity building
for cultural
enterprise
Culture et
cration: une
certaine vision du
dveloppent

Various

Visual Arts
Network of
South Africa
Wakashe, T

Yired

Unknown

CAJ, 2009

Unknown

Name

Title

Unpublished summary
available at
MIO

South Africa

Website

Purpose/
associated
project
Africa Update
Vol.X1, Issue 2
(Spring 2004)

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

unknown

Mali

visual arts

cross-cutting

music

music

visual art

film

Area of Interest

Page 180 of 292

unknown

2003

2008

all

2004

Year

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Nigeria

Country

http://www.culture-dev.eu/espace-presse/culture-dev.eumanervisi.pdf

http://www.defsa.org.za/2007conference/documents/papers/Ja
ckieGuille.pdf

http://www/mio.co.za

http://www.vansa.co.za/resources

http://www.ccsu.edu/afstudy/upd11-2.html

Website

Partnership
Agreement

Dakar Declaration on
the Promotion of ACP
Cultures and Cultural
Industries

Promotion of Cultural
industries/ Regional
cooperation in the
field of culture: report
on the main
conclusions

ACP-EU

ACP Group

ACP Group

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

ACP

ACP

ACP

Commissioning
Agent

List of documents by COUNTRY

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Technical meeting
1st meeting of ACP
Ministers of Culture,
Working Group 11

Signed in
COTONOU

Purpose/
associated project

Page 181 of 292

ACP

ACP

ACP

Country

2003

2003

2000

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

cross cutting

Sector

hard

hard

hard

Document

http://www.acpsec.org/acpf
estival/acp8300603_Dakar
_Declaration_e.pdf

Website

Handbook on ACP
Cultural Industries

Cultural Industries for


development in
Africa: Dakar Plan of
Action

Expanding the book


trade across Africa: a
study of current
barriers and future
potential

ACP Secretariat

Organisation of African Unity/


UNESCO

Makotsi, Ruth

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Association for the


Development of
Education in Africa

AU/UNESCO

ACP

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Association for the


development of
Education in Africa,
in collaboration with
the African
Publishers' Network,
Oxford, UK

Drawn up by Ccawa
/ Cacao for the
Secretariat of the
ACP

Purpose/
associated project

Page 182 of 292

Africa

Africa

ACP

Country

1999

1992

2006

Year

books

Cross-cutting

Indicators &
measurement

Sector

soft

hard

soft/ pdf

Document

http://openlibrary.org/b/OL2
2460732M/Expanding-thebook-trade-across-Africa

http://www.acpfilms.eu/filea
dmin/fichiers/formulaire_et
_annexes/EN/Handbook_A
CP_cultural_industries.pdf

Website

The Dynamics of
African Filmmaking

Culture can play a


key role in regional
integration

Regional consultation
on cultural industries
in Africa

Cham, Mbye

Sithole, Jabulani

UNESCO

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNESCO

UNESCO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cotonou

UNESCO's World
Culture Report 2000:
Cultural diversity,
conflict and pluralism

Purpose/
associated project

Page 183 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2000

2000

2000

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

film

Sector

hard

hard

hard

Document

http://www.sardc.net/editori
al/sanf/2000/Iss23/Nf2.html

Website

Regional Forum on
cultural industries in
Africa

Local repertoire hits


new heights to
dominate world music
market in African
Music Industry

The Market for


African Music

UNESCO

Seligman, G

Seligman, George

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

World Bank

World Bank

UNESCO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Paper presented at
the workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, World Bank
and Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Organised by Breda
at ABOMEY, Benin

Purpose/
associated project

Page 184 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2001

2001

2000

Year

music

music

Cross-cutting

Sector

word, internet

word, internet

hard

Document

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/intceerd/resources/
cwi_music_industry_in_afri
ca_synopsis.pdf

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/intceerd/resources/
cwi_music_industry_in_afri
ca_synopsis.pdf

http//www.dakar.unesco.or
g/news/en/en_000814_cutl
ure.shtml

Website

What's the use of


music? The role of
the music industry in
Africa

Informal music
training in early
childhood musical
development

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa

Sen. Amartya

Strumpf, Mitchel

The Development Research


Group on International Trade

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

World Bank

UNESCO

World Bank

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Participants include
Amartya Sen, Paul
Collier, J Michael
Finger, Frank Penna,
David Saryek,
Gerard Seligman,
John Collins,
Coenraad Visser,
Jerome Reichman,
Phil Hardy, Scott
Burnett, Keith
Maskus

Paper presented at
the African Regional
Arts Education
Conference in port
Elizabeth, South
Africa

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Purpose/
associated project

Page 185 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2001

2001

2001

Year

music

music

music

Sector

pdf

hard

word, internet

Document

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/INTCEERD/Resou
rces/CWI_music_industry_i
n_Africa_synopsis.pdf

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/intceerd/resources/
cwi_music_industry_in_afri
ca_synopsis.pdf

Website

Culture,
Entrepreneurship and
Development in
Africa

Scholarly publishing
in Africa

Guide to Pan-African
cultural markets,
professional networks
and research
resources

Tshikuku, Kabeya

African Book Collective and


the Dag Hammarskjold
Foundation

Brereton, Kira

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

African
Marketplace Inc,
Cultural
Engineering, Inc.

CRDI/IDRC,
UNESCO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

African Marketplace
Inc, Cultural
Engineering, Inc.

Paper presented to
the International
Conference on the
Cultural Approach to
Development in
Africa, Senegal by
Prof Tshikuku from
Institut de
Recherches
Economoniques et
Sociales (IRES)
Universite de
Kinshasa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 186 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2003

Cross-cutting

publishing

Cross-cutting

2001

2003

Sector

Year

internet

pdf

Document

http://www.culturalengineer
ing.com/uploadfiles/AMP_
CE%20GUIDE.pdf

http://unpan1.un.org/intrad
oc/groups/public/document
s/idep/unpan003349.pdf

Website

For most Africans,


Internet access is
little more than a pipe
dream

Take Note! The


(Re)naissance of the
music industry in
Sub-Saharan Africa

Musicians'
cooperatives: a new
model for developing
the African music
industry

Alden, Chris

Development Works

IFM, Unesco

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNESCO

UNESCO

Online Journalism
Review

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper prepared for


The Global Alliance
for Cultural Diversity:
Division of Arts and
Cultural enterprise,
Unesco, Paris

Online Journalism
Review

Purpose/
associated project

Page 187 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

Music

music

ICT

Sector

hard

word

soft

Document

http://portal.unesco.org/cult
ure/en/files/26323/1112704
8393Global_Alliance_Tool
_-_Music_Industry_in_SubSaharan_Africa.doc/Global
%2BAlliance%2BTool%2B%2BMusic%2BIndustry%2
Bin%2BSubSaharan%2BAfrica.doc.

http://www.ojr.org/ojr/workp
lace/107109268.php

Website

Publishing in Africa

Les industries
culturelles des pays
du Sud : enjeux du
projet de convention
internationale sur la
diversit culturelle

Cultural Indicators:
Views from Africa

Kromberg, Steve

M. Francisco dAlmeida et
Mme Marie Lise Alleman,

OCPA

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

OCPA

Association Culture
et dveloppement

HSRC, South
Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Drafted by the Task


Force on Cultural
Indicators of Human
Development in
Africa for
presentation at the
Congress of Cultural
Rights and Human
development under
the auspices of the
Forum Barcelona,
Mozambique

Association Culture
et dveloppement

Part of the HSRC


research team for
DACST to establish
a cultural
observatory

Purpose/
associated project

Page 188 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

indicators &
measurement

Cross-cutting

publishing

Sector

hard

pdf

hard

Document

http://www.culturalrights.ne
t/descargas/drets_culturals
80.pdf

Website

Nairobi Plan of Action


for Cultural Industries
in Africa

Under-rated Arts

What is Digital Arts in


Africa?

African Union

Brickhill, Paul

DigiArts, UNESCO

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNESCO

Unknown

African Union

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

UNESCO
Knowledge Portal

Magazine for
Development and
Cooperation

Kenya

Purpose/
associated project

Page 189 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2005

2005

2005

Year

digital arts

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

not found

hard

pdf

Document

http://portal.unesco.org/cult
ure/en/ev.phpURL_ID=24376&URL_DO
=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTI
ON=201.html

http://www.inwent.org/E+Z/
content/archive-eng/122005/tribune_art4.html

www.africa-union.org

Website

UNESCO: Culture,
Integration and
African Renaissance

African music: new


challenges, new
vocations

Interview with Gaston


Kabore

Matsuura, Koichiro

Tchebwa, M

The Global Alliance for


Cultural Diversity

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNESCO

UNESCO

UNESCO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

UNESCO

UNESCO

Address on the
occasion of the
Conference of
Ministers of Culture
of the Africa Union

Purpose/
associated project

Page 190 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2005

2005

2005

Year

film

music

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard

Book

hard

Document

http://portal.unesco/org/cult
ure/en/ev/phpURL_ID=26989URL_DO=
DO_Topic&

www.unesco.org/publishing

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/i
mages/0014/01427/142796
e.pdf

Website

Charter for African


Cultural Renaissance

Culture, Integration
and African
Renaissance: Aide
Memoire

The Promotion and


Protection of Africa's
Cultural Products:
Advocacy Statement

African Union

African Union

African Union

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

African Union

African Union

African Union

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Advocacy Statement

First Pan African


Cultural Congress
organised by the
African Union

Sixth Ordinary
Session of the
Assembly, held in
Khartoum, Sudan

Purpose/
associated project

Page 191 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2006

2006

2006

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

pdf, internet

hard

both

Document

http://www.thecommonwea
lth.org/Shared_ASP_Files/
UploadedFiles/0DD2D9DE
-E737-4839-B5F111F4B3B53102_Cultural_p
roducts_protection_advoca
cy_statement_2.pdf

www.africaunion.org/root/au/conferen
ces/past/2006/november/S
A/pan_african/AU_PACC_
Aide_Memoire.doc

www.africaunion.org/root/au/documen
ts/treaties/text/charter%20%20African%20cultural%2
0Renaissance-en.pdf

Website

National Conference
on Culture and
NEPAD

Compendium of
Reference
Documents for
Cultural Policies in
Africa

CULTURE AND
POVERTY
ALLEVIATION IN
AFRICA: A review of
the cultural
effectiveness of
Poverty Reduction
Strategy Papers in
West and Central
Africa

National Commission on
Culture, Ghana

OCPA

Sagnia, Burama

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

International
Network for
Cultural Diversity

OCPA

National
Commission on
Culture

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

A report prepared for


the Conference on
African Cultural
Sector Development,
Goiree Island, Dakar,
Senegal, 5-7 March
2007

Published in
cooperation with
UNESCO

Purpose/
associated project

Page 192 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2006

2006

2006

Year

Cross-cutting

Research
resources

cross cutting

Sector

soft

not yet
received

hard

Document

http://www.hivox.nl/english/
english/arterial/background
-materials

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities
/newsletter/2009/OCPA_N
ews_No223_20090226.pdf

http://www.ghanaculture.go
v.gh/indes1/php?linkid=65
&archiveid=159&page=1&a
date=

Website

The Arterial
Conference:
Vitalising African
cultural assets

Economic
sustainability in
African Culture
Sector

Culture - what
culture?

Arterial Conference

Brickhill, Paul

Guchu, Wander

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Arterial Network

Presented at the
Arterial Network
conference,
'Revitalising
Africa's assets'.

Arterial Network

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial News Vol2


No 2

Arterial Network

Conference Report

Purpose/
associated project

Page 193 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2007

2007

2007

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

pdf

internet

pdf

Document

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resourc
es/docs/arterial_conferenc
e_report_en.pdf

Website

Creative economy
and poverty
eradication in Africa:
principles and
realities

Introducing MASA
(Market for African
Performing Arts)

Start small, think big

Kovacs, Mate, OCPA

MASA

Mbewe, Nebat

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Arterial Network

MASA

OCPA

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial News Vol 2


no 4

Presentation

Purpose/
associated project

Page 194 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2007

2007

2007

Year

Cross-cutting

performing arts
and dance

cross cutting

Sector

pdf

hard

hard

Document

http://www.masa.francopho
nie.org/english/presentatio
n/presentation.htm

Website

African Film Industry


needs Better Training
to Survive

Visual arts in Africa:


plagued by a litany of
problems & obstacle

Africa and
transnational cultural
industries

Mbewe, Nebat

Owoo, John

Perman, Tony

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Arterial Network

Arterial Network

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign

Arterial News Vol 2


no 6

Arterial News Vol 1


No 1

Purpose/
associated project

Page 195 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2007

2007

2007

Year

Cross-cutting

visual art

film

Sector

not found

pdf

pdf

Document

http://www.afrst.uiuc.edu

http://www.imagineafrica.or
g/files/Arterial_Conference
_Report.pdf

Website

The Power of
Culture: Master Plan
African Art Sector on
the way

Concept Note

Creative Industries:
the under-utilized
African resources

Unknown

African Union

Demilew, Abiy

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Creative Africa
Website

African Union

Unknown

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

on Creative Africa
website

The Second Session


of AU Conference of
Ministers of Culture
(CAMC2)

Purpose/
associated project

Page 196 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2008

2008

2007

Year

cross

Cross-cutting

cross-cutting

Sector

soft

soft

hard

Document

http://www.creativeafrica.org/creativeafrica_2008/index.php?opti
on=com_c

www.african-union.org

http://www.powerofculture.
nl/en/current/2007/april/art
erial.html

Website

Culture, a lever for


development in Africa

The African Cinema


doesnt exist

Africa: Media
research is still a
problem: Blind
leading the Blind

UNESCO

Ondega, Ogova

Koenderman, Tony

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Private

The Power of
Culture Web site

UNESCO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Meeting Debate in
Culture, economy,
regional integration

Purpose/
associated project

Page 197 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

2009

2008

Year

Research
resources

film

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard

html

hard

Document

http://www.powerofculture.
nl/en/current/2009/february
/fespaco

http://appablog.wordpress.
com/2008/12/12/cultureeconomy-regionalintegration-cult..

Website

African Cultural
Policy Resources

Project Archives

African Cinema

OCPA

The Global Alliance for


Cultural Diversity

TransAfrica Forum

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

TransAfrica Forum

UNESCO

Website

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Issue brief

Web listing of
projects relating to
arts, culture,
entrepreneurship in
Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 198 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Country

Year

film

Research
resources

Research
resources

Sector

hard

internet

internet

Document

www.transafricaforum.org

http://portal.unesco.org/cult
ure/en/ev.phpURL_ID=31471&URL_DO
=DO_TOPIC

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/resourc
es/index-en.html

Website

Botswana conference
focuses on
strengthening the
cultural industries

International Intellectual
Property Institute

CAJ, 2009

National Policy on
Culture

Capacity building for


cultural enterprise

Title

Republic of Botswana

Name

IIPI

Republic of
Botswana

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Run by the IIPI

Policy

Purpose/
associated project

Page 199 of 292

Botswana

Botswana

Africa

Country

2006

2002

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

cross-cutting

Sector

internet

soft

soft

Document

http://www.iipi.org/nav_new
sroom/detail.asp?itemID145

http://www.gov.bw/docs/nat
ional_policy_on_culture_v2
.pdf

http://www.defsa.org.za/20
07conference/documents/p
apers/JackieGuille.pdf

Website

Culture and Peace:


The Search for
Indicators

The cultural
industries and
development

Cultural Diversity and


the impact of
globalization

Mazonde, I.N

Pagniet, Geraldine

Joffe, A et al

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

HSRC, South
Africa

ACP

OCPA and
Interarts,
International
Network for
Cultural Diversity

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper prepared for


the DAC, South
Africa (via the
HSRC) as a position
paper for Developing
Countries for the
International Network
on Cultural Policy

in The Courier ACPEU no 194


September October, 2002

University of
Botswana,
Presented at the
INCD meeting in
Cape Town, Author
from University of
Botswana

Purpose/
associated project

Page 200 of 292

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Botswana

Country

2003

2002

2006

Year

cultural
diversity

Cross-cutting

indicators &
measurement

Sector

soft

hard

word

Document

http://www.incp-ripc.org

http://ec.europa.eu/develop
ment/body/publicatins/couri
er/courier194/en/en-042ni.pdf

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities
/meetings/maputo2006/Wo
rkshop_Final_Reporten.pdf

Website

Globalization ,
creative industries
and economy
development: policy
challenges for
Developing Countries

Creative Industries
and Development

High level panel on


creative industries

Kozul-Wright, Zeljka

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

For 11th session,


Sao Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

For 11th session,


Sao Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

Unctad and UN
partners

Purpose/
associated project

Page 201 of 292

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Country

2004

2004

2003

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard/ internet

hard

hard

Document

http://www.unctad.org/en/d
ocs

http://www.unctad.org/en/d
ocs/tdxibpd13_en.pdf

Website

ICT in Developing
Countries

Creative industries
and developing
countries: voice,
choice and economic
growth. .

Putting Culture First:


Commonwealth
perspectives on
culture and
development

Parliamentary office on
science and technology

Barrowclough, Diana and


Kozul-Wright, Zeljka, (eds.)

Commonwealth Foundation

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commonwealth
Foundation

UNCTAD

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Commonwealth
Foundation

Routledge

Postnote No 261

Purpose/
associated project

Page 202 of 292

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Country

2008

2008

2006

Year

cross cutting

Cross-cutting

ICT

Sector

Book

Book

pdf

Document

www.parliament.uk/parliam
entary_offices/post/pubs20
06.cfm

Website

High level panel on


the creative economy
and industries for
development

Creative Economy
Report 2008: the
challenge of
assessing the
creative economy:
towards informed
policy-making

Feux de Brazza:
Rapport de la
troisime dition

UNCTAD

United Nations

Unknown

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Unknown

United Nations

UNCTAD

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Festival populaire
des musiques
traditionnelles

Unctad and UN
partners

As a pre UNCTAD
X11 event in Geneva
14-15 January 2008.

Purpose/
associated project

Page 203 of 292

DRC

Developin
g
Countries

Developin
g
Countries

Country

2008

2008

2008

Year

performing arts,
music

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

word

pdf

hard/ internet

Document

none

http://www.unctad.org/Tem
plates/webflyer.asp?docid=
9750&intItemID=2068&lan
g=1

http://www.unctad.org/en/d
ocs/tdxiibpd4_en.pdf

Website

East Africa in a
frenzy of Film
Festivals

Music Awards 2001:


Making Ghanaian
music exportable

The Ghanaian
experience

Artsmatters.info

Collins, John

Collins, John

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

World Bank

Art Matters

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Music Awards 2001


Paper

Purpose/
associated project

Page 204 of 292

Ghana

Ghana

East
Africa

Country

2001

2001

2005

Year

Music

Music

film

Sector

word, internet

pdf

hard

Document

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/intceerd/resources/
cwi_music_industry_in_afri
ca_synopsis.pdf

https://www.scientificafrican.org/scholars/jcollins
/collins/files/bib16/at_downl
oad,

http://www.artmatters.info/f
renzy.htm

Website

Database for Cultural


Initiative in Ghana:
cultural industries/
enterprise

Colonisation of
Kenyan screens kills
filmmakers, drives
others into exile

Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
Kenya

Cultural Industries Support


Project (CISP)

Artmatters

British Council

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

British Council

Art Matters

Cultural Industries
Support Project

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

News

Purpose/
associated project

Page 205 of 292

Kenya

Kenya

Ghana

Country

2005

2005

2008

Year

Cross-cutting

film

databases

Sector

Soft, word

hard

hard

Document

http://www/artmatters.info/fi
lm/colonisation.htm

http://www.ghanaculture.go
v.gh/privatecontent/File/CI
SP%20Ghana/CISP%20D
ATABASE%20PHASE%20
1%20REPORT%20_2_(1).
pdf

Website

Kenyans make low


budget films

Les rencontres
Africaines de la
Photographie,
Bamako 2005

Creating a cultural
policy for Namibia

Art matters

Mercier, Jeanne

Mans, Minette E

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Ecole des Hautes


Etudes en
Sciences Sociales
(EHESS)

Art Matters

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arts Education Policy


Review

Bamako, Mali

Purpose/
associated project

Page 206 of 292

Namibia

Mali

Kenya

Country

2000

2006

2007

Year

policy

visual art

Film

Sector

hard

hard

soft

Document

http://www.africultures.com
/php/index.php?nav=evene
ment&no=62

http://artmatters.info/film3.h
tm

Website

Namibia Intellectual
Property Conference
- Supporting Culture
Based Industries

A movie industry in
search of investors

The Nigerian Film


Industry

IIPI

Special correspondent, Lagos

Various

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Africa Update
Newsletter

All Africa.com

IIPI

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa Update
Vol.X1, Issue 2
(Spring 2004)

allafrica.com

Purpose/
associated project

Page 207 of 292

Nigeria

Nigeria

Namibia

Country

2004

2001

2006

Year

film

Film

Intellectual
property rights

Sector

internet

hard

hard

Document

http://www.ccsu.edu/afstud
y/upd11-2.html

http://allafrica.com/stories/2
00106190023.html

http://www.iipi.org/Confere
nces/Namibia_IP_Confere
nce/Agenda.asp

Website

Nigeria 'Nobody
knows tomorrow'

The Obasanjo years:


motion without
movement for arts,
entertainment

Empowering the
black creative class

Nwandiko, Emeka

Abodunrin, Akintayo

Aina, Yetunde

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Jadeas Trust

Private

New African

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Nigerian Tribune

New African

Purpose/
associated project

Page 208 of 292

Nigeria

Nigeria

Nigeria

Country

2007

2007

2006

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

cross cutting

Sector

hard

hard, internet

hard

Document

www.jadeastrust.org

http://www.tribune.com.ng/
22052007/arts.html

http://mountainrunner.us/2
006/06/nigeria_nobody_.ht
ml

Website

Nigerians market
their country through
film

Reinventing
Nollywood: the role of
the mafia in the
development of the
Nigerian Film
Industry

The Nigerian video


industry as an
example of import
substitution

Artmatters

Aina, Yetunde

Kunzler, D

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Private

Art Matters

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Creative Clusters
2008, London, UK

Purpose/
associated project

Page 209 of 292

Nigeria

Nigeria

Nigeria

Country

2008

2007

Year

film

film

film

Sector

pdf

ppt

internet

Document

www.suz.unizh.ch/khenzler
/grey/bergen1.pdf

http://www.artmatters.info/n
igeria1.htm

Website

National Information
Technology Policy,
"Use It": Chapter 11:
Arts, Culture and
Tourism

Southern African
Development
Community Sector of
Culture and
Information Policies,
Priorities and
Strategies

Developing Countries
becoming a global
player: Opportunities
in the music industry

Nigerian government

SADC

SADC/UNCTAD Joint Project

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

SADC

SADC

Nigerian
Government

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Document prepared
for the IX Session of
Ministers of Culture,
Information and
Sports (SADC)

Purpose/
associated project

Page 210 of 292

SADC

SADC

Nigeria

Country

2000

1998

Year

music

Cross-cutting

ICT

Sector

soft

soft

hard

Document

http://www.teledata.mz/sad
ccult/poling.htm

http://www.nitda.gov.ng/do
cument/nigeriaitpolicy.pdf

Website

Establishment of the
SADC Culture Trust
Fund

The production of
culture: towards a
creative region

Protocol on culture,
information and sport

SADC

Joffe, A

SADC

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

SADC

ILO

SADC

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

SADC

Presentation to INCD

Purpose/
associated project

Page 211 of 292

SADC

SADC

SADC

Country

2002

2002

2001

Year

policy

Cross-cutting

funding and
sponsorship

Sector

hard

Hard

hard

Document

http://www.tralac.org/script
s/content.php?id=437

www.incd.net/Media/ILOPr
esentation.ppt

Website

The Music industry :


promoting the cultural
sector through job
creation and small
enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

The Ethno-tourism
industry: promoting
the cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

The film and video


industry: promoting
the cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

Ambert, Cecile

Bolnick, Steven

Joffe, A and Jacklin, N

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

ILO

ILO

ILO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Promoting culture
through job creation
and small business
development in
SADC countries
published in the
series on Upgrading
in small enterprise
clusters and Global
value Chains, ILO
For the series on
Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and Global value
Chains, ILO

For the series on


Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and Global value
Chains, ILO

Purpose/
associated project

Page 212 of 292

SADC

SADC

SADC

Country

2003

2003

2003

Year

film

Ethno-tourism

Music

Sector

Hard

hard

Soft

Document

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.Portal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=S&p_category
=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_
lang=EN&p_type=WP

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.Portal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=S&p_category
=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_
lang=EN&p_type=WP

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.Portal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=S&p_category
=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_
lang=EN&p_type=WP

Website

The Performing Arts


and Dance:
promoting the
Cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

The visual arts and


crafts sector:
promoting the cultural
sector through job
creation and small
enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

Piracy campaign

Lebethe, A

The Trinity Session

SAFACT

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

SAFACT

ILO

ILO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

For the ILO series on


Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and global value
chains

Series on 'Upgrading
in Small Enterprise
Clusters and Global
Value Chains', ILO

Purpose/
associated project

Page 213 of 292

SADC

SADC

SADC

Country

2008

2003

2003

Year

music

arts and crafts

performing arts
and dance

Sector

soft

soft

hard

Document

http://www.southafrica.info/
ess_info/sa_glance/media/
dvd-piracy-190506.htm

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.Portal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=S&p_category
=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_
lang=EN&p_type=WP

http://www.ilo.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.Portal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=S&p_category
=PUB&p_mode=PROD&p_
lang=EN&p_type=WP

Website

Etude - Diagnostic du
secteur de la culture

Employment
generation and Trade
Expansion in
Creative Industries:
the case of the film,
video and broadcast
industry in Senegal

The Music Industry in


Senegal: the potential
for economy
development

Tambadou, Moustapha
(Ministere de la Culture)

Joffe, A with research input


from Abdoul Sow

Pratt, Andy with research


input from Biram N'deck
Ndiaye

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNCTAD

ILO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Report prepared for


UNCTAD

Prepared for the ILO

Senegal

Purpose/
associated project

Page 214 of 292

Senegal

Senegal

Senegal

Country

2004

2004

1999

Year

music

film

Cross-cutting

Sector

soft

hard, pdf

Hard:
confidential

Document

www.lse.ac.uk/collections/g
eography/andenvironment/
whossho/profiles/pratt/pdf/s
enegal.pdf

Website

OCPA and Interacts


Experts meeting on
Research Priorities

Creative South Africa

Title: European Union


South Africa Film
Symposium

OCPA , Interarts

DACST

National Film and Video


Foundation

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
Party: National Film
and Video
Foundation

DACST

OCPA

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Meeting convened in
Dakar by OCPA, the
Interacts Foundation
(Barcelona, Spain)
with the support of
the Spanish Ministry
of Culture on the
occasion of the INCD
meeting convened in
co-operation with the
Senegalese Coalition
for Cultural Diversity
and the Senegalese
Coalition of SocioEconomic Actors.
Prepared by the
Cultural Strategy
Group

Purpose/
associated project

Page 215 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

Senegal

Country

2000

film

Cross-cutting

Research
resources

2005

1988

Sector

Year

hard

hard

Hard

Document

http://www.dacst.gov.za/art
s_culture/culture/industries/
index.htm

http://ocpa.irmo.hr/activities
/meetings/dakar2005/Expe
rts_Meeting_Final_Report_
2005-en.pdf

Website

Title: Profile 2000

The Adult Arts and


Culture and Arts and
Culture Sponsorship
Market in South
Africa

Title: The South


African Music
Industry

PriceWaterhouseCoopers

BMI-Sport Info

KPMG

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
party: KPMG Media
and Entertainment

Business Arts
South Africa
(BASA), the
National Arts
Council of South
Africa (NAC) and
the Arts and
Culture Trust (ACT)

Commissioning
Party: Department
of Arts and Culture
(DAC)

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 216 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2001

2001

2000

Year

music

funding and
sponsorship

film

Sector

hard

hard

hard

Document

http://www.info.gov.za/view
/DownloadFileAction?id=70
494

http://www.basa.co.za/pdfs
/1MUSICfinal.pdf

Website

National Craft Imbizo


Workshop Final
Report

A survey of research
outputs for the South
African Music, Craft,
Film and Television
and publishing
sectors between
1997 and 2002

Measuring Culture
developments
globally to inform
what we do locally

Monica Newton

Unknown

Avril Joffe, CAJ

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

HSRC and DAC

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Department of Arts
and Culture

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Establishment of
Cultural Observatory
by HSRC on behalf
of DAC

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Beautiful Things
Exhibition

Purpose/
associated project

Page 217 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2003

2002

2002

Year

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

arts and crafts

Sector

hard

Word

soft

Document

www.culturalobservatory.or
g.za/

Website

National Skills and


Resources Audit
2003

Cultural Industries
Sector

The Economics of
Culture and Cultural
Statistics in South
Africa

CreateSA

Cultural Industries Core


Team

Haroon Bhorat and Mei-Chi


Liou

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Development
Policy Research
Unit, University of
Cape Town

Western Cape
Government

CreateSA

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Input paper into


Micro-economic
Strategy for the
Western Cape

CreateSA

Purpose/
associated project

Page 218 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2003

2003

2003

Year

indicators and
measurement

Cross-cutting

indicators and
measurement

Sector

word

Word

hard

Document

www.culturalobservatory.or
g.za/pdf_files/econ_of_cult
ure.pdf

http://www.amts.co.za/cultu
ral.pdf

Website

Protecting our
cultural capital: A
research plan for the
Heritage Sector

Strategic
Recommendations
for Industry
Development
(Discussion Guide)

Driving the Creative


Industries in the
Western Cape

Harriet Deacon, Sephai


Mngqolo and Sandra
Prosalendis

Kaiser Associates Economic


Development Practice

Kristarfor, Sean and


Budhram, Meshal

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

The Graduate
School of Business,
University of Cape
Town

CCDI

Social Cohesion
and Integration
Research
Programme

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

MBA Programme
Study

Cultural Observatory
at the HRSC
commissioned by
DAC.

Purpose/
associated project

Page 219 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2003

2003

2003

Year

Cross-cutting

arts and crafts

heritage

Sector

Paper

soft

hard

Document

http://www.designindaba.c
om/advocacy/downloads/D
riving.pdf

http://www.capecraftandde
sign.org.za/research_folder
/htm/niche/index.htm?6925
d11c91e4ee8ac7ad3c1412
e300c6=6713d13ca890784
44f643390000d631c

http://www.hsrcpress.ac/full
_title_info.asp?id=2024

Website

Workshop Report of
the Free State
Provincial Craft
Conference

The Kwaito nation: an


industry analysis

Beads Sub-Sector
Study

Monica Newton

Yired

ECI Africa

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Tourism Enterprise
Project (TEP) and
the Department of
Trade and
Industries (the DTI)

YFM, South Africa

Free State
Department of
Sport, Arts, Culture,
Science and
Technology

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Unpublished

Purpose/
associated project

Page 220 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2003

2003

Year

arts and crafts

music

arts and crafts

Sector

hard

hard

soft

Document

http://www/mio.co.za

Website

CERAMIC Subsector Study

Grass Sub-Sector
Study

Wireware Subsector
Study

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Tourism Enterprise
Programme & DTI

TEP & DTI

TEP and DTI

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 221 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

arts and crafts

Sector

hard

hard

hard

Document

Website

KZN Craft Sub-sector


Study

Title: Qualitative
Research for Mappp
Seta Sector Skills
Plan: the publishing
sub-sector

Title: The Advertising


Industrys skill needs

ECI Africa

Eve Gray and Associates

Joffe, Avril & NtshilingaKhosa, Roseline & Walters,


Lee

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associations

Commissioning
party: Mappp Seta

Tourism Enterprise
Programme and
DTI

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA Skills
Plan

Purpose/
associated project

Page 222 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

advertising

publishing

arts and crafts

Sector

soft

hard

hard

Document

Website

Title: Film and Video


Sector

Title: TV and Radio


Broadcasting

Quantitative Data
Collection for MapppSeta Sector Skills
Plan (SSP)

Joffe, Avril (CAJ)

Joffe, Avril and Moatlhodi,


Zodwa

Khulisa Management
Services and Eve Gray and
Associates

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Mappp-Seta

Commissioning
party: MAPPPSETA

Commissioning
party: MAPPPSETA

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Purpose/
associated project

Page 223 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

cross cutting

Film

film

Sector

soft

soft

soft

Document

Website

Title: Feasibility
Study of the South
African Animation
sector

MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Title: The Music


Industry

Laballo, Yoliswa Koyo


(Anamazing Workshop)

Mappp-Seta (authored by
Monica Newton)

Moatlhodi, Zodwa

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
Party: MAPPPSETA

Mappp-Seta

Commissioning
party: Department
of Communications

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan per sector

Purpose/
associated project

Page 224 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

Music

Cross-cutting

animation

Sector

soft

hard

hard

Document

Website

Title: Moshito 04

Title: Funding for the


Creative Industries;
Film and Electronic
Media

Title: Multimedia
Animation SubSector

Moshito Music Conference &


Exhibition

Ntshilinga-Khosa, Roseline
and Joffe, Avril

Ntshingila-Khosa, Roseline

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Commissioning
party: Moshito
Music Conference
& Exhibition

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Purpose/
associated project

Page 225 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

animation

funding and
sponsorship

music

Sector

soft

soft

hard

Document

Website

Title: Design SubSector

Soweto Blues: Jazz,


popular music, and
politics in South
Africa

Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
South Africa

Ntshingila-Khosa, Roseline

Ansell, Gwen

British Council

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

British Council

Private

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA Skills
Plan

Purpose/
associated project

Page 226 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2005

2005

2004

Year

Cross-cutting

music

Design

Sector

Soft, word

Book

soft

Document

Website

A Benevolent Fund
for Artists

Creative sector
research in South
Africa: research
sources, key
institutions and
annotated
bibliography of the
cultural sector in
South Africa
Future Foundations:
An Integrated Human
Resource
Development
Strategy

CAJ

CAJ

CAJ, 2009

CreateSA

Title

Name

Department of Arts
and Culture (DAC)

British Council

Arts and Culture


Trust, South Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Prepared for the fist


phase of the creative
mapping study for
the British Council

Purpose/
associated project

Page 227 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2005

2005

2005

Year

Cross-cutting

Research
resources

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard

pdf

word

Document

Website

Beyond Planning to
Action: Film and TV
Sector Development
Strategy

Beyond Planning to
Action: Film and TV
Sector Development
Strategy

Developing
Audiences for Joburg
Live Arts

Department of Trade and


Industry (DTI) (Erica Elk)

Department of Trade and


Industry (DTI) (Jane Corden
and Richard Phillips)

Freedthinkers

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

City of Joburg

DTI: Trade and


Investment South
Africa; Chief
Directorate:
Customised Sector
Programmes

DTI: Trade and


Investment South
Africa; Chief
Directorate:
Customised Sector
Programmes

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Customised Sector
Programmes (CSP)
of the DTI.

Customised Sector
Programmes (CSP)
of the DTI.

Purpose/
associated project

Page 228 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2005

2005

2005

Year

live arts

film

craft

Sector

hard

hard

hard/ internet

Document

http://www.capecraftandde
sign.org.za/research_folder
/pdf/dti_cust.pdf

Website

Driving a regional
sector development
programme: Lessons
from the Western
Cape: 1999-2005

Title: Proposal for an


African Music market

Creative Industries
Sector Scoping

Gwynne-Evans, N

Le Roux, Andr

Monica Newton

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

City of
Johannesburg:
Economic
Development Unit

Commissioning
Party: Ochre
Communication

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Johannesburg Film
Incubator,
Johannesburg
Performing Arts
Incubator, and
Johannesburg Music
Market

Associated project:
City of Joburg
Economic
Development Units
Sector Strategies for
Cultural Sector

South Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 229 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2005

2005

2005

Year

Cross-cutting

music

Cross-cutting

Sector

soft

hard

hard

Document

Website

Cultural Industries,
arts, culture and
creative arts:
Towards an
understanding of the
current nature and
scope of the creative
industries in the
western cape
Parliamentary Media
Briefing Economic
Cluster 11

Proposed Strategy on
Engendering the
Accelerated and
Shared Growth
Imitative (ASGI-SA)

Van Graan, Mike

DTI

CAJ, 2009

DAC

Title

Name

DAC

DAC

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa's
Strategy on
Engendering the
Accelerated and
Shared Growth
Imitative (ASGI-SA)

Briefing for
parliament

Purpose/
associated project

Page 230 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2006

2006

2005

Year

Cross-cutting

policy

Cross-cutting

Sector

internet

internet

soft

Document

http://www.thedti.gov.za/sa
wen/ASGISAPROPOSEDS
TRATEGY06.pdf

http://www.dac.gov.za/med
ia_release/10Geb06.htm

www.capegateway.gov.za/
other/2005/11/final_first_pa
per_cultural_industries_pri
nting.pdf

Website

In South Africa, crafts


revival boosts exports

Hisses and whistles':


A baseline study into
arts coverage in the
South African mass
media

Final Report on the


Micro-economic
Development
Strategy for the
Music Industry in the
Western Cape

International Trade Forum

Media Monitoring Project &


Open Research

Ansell, Gwen, Barnard, Helen


and Barnard, Phillippa

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Department of
Economic
Development and
Tourism, Western
Cape Provincial
Government

Media monitoring
project and open
research

International Trade
Forum

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Interview with
Tembeka Nkambavan Wyk, Talking
Beads Academy

Purpose/
associated project

Page 231 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2007

2006

2006

Year

Music

media

arts and crafts

Sector

hard

Soft, word

internet

Document

http://www.tradeforum.org/
news/fullstory.php/aid/626/i
n_South_Africa_craft_reviv
al

Website

Film: Analysis
needed to make
policy decisions

Arts and Culture


Policy Review

Bush Radio's CREW


project: growing with
media education

Cultural Observatory, South


Africa

DAC

Louw, Adrian

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

UNESCO

DAC

Cultural
Observatory, South
Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper presented at
the French
Commission for
UNESCO meeting in
partnership with the
French Ministry of
Education and the
Council of Europe at
the Centre de
Conferences
Internatinales, Paris,
France

Prepared by Howard
Thomas as part of a
broader research
project to develop an
interactive website
on the creative
industries in South
Africa. Numerous
inputs were provided
to stimulate debate
on the best way to
collect data.
SA government
review of policy

Purpose/
associated project

Page 232 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2007

music

policy

Film

2007

2007

Sector

Year

soft

hard

hard

Document

http://www.ncrf.org.za/sacommunity-radio-presentpaper-at-unesco-mediaeducation

http://www.dac.gov.za/proj
ects/policy%20Review/bac
kground%20document.doc

http://www.culturealobserv
atory.org.za/_tv_ana.html

Website

Cultural Industries,
arts, culture and
creative arts: Second
Paper: Policy
recommendations
and Interventions

Mappp-Seta Sector
Skills Plan 2009/2010

Making Cultural
Policy Work

Van Graan, Mike

CAJ

Commonwealth Foundation

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commonwealth
Foundation

Mappp-Seta

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Consultation held in
partnership with
South African
Coalition for Cultural
Diversity and
Department of Arts
and Culture, Samro
House

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan per sector

MEDS process,
Western Cape

Purpose/
associated project

Page 233 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2008

2008

2007

Year

policy

Cross-cutting

Cross-cutting

Sector

pdf

hard

soft

Document

http://www.commonwealthf
oundation.com/uploads/fck
editor/00000088_Making%
20Culture%20Work%20for
%20Development.pdf

http://www.hivos.nl/english/
english/arterial/background
_materials

Website

Music Qualifications:
Are music education
institutions/
qualifications
responding to the
changing and
growing needs of the
music industry?

South African Music


Hub

Sampling Music

Feenstra, Marianne

Masokoane, Glenn

Melandowitz, Hugh

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Moshito

DAC, South Africa

Moshito

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 234 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2008

2008

2008

Year

Music

Music

Music

Sector

soft

hard

hard

Document

Website

Music policy
discussion document

Speech to Moshito

Producing creative
content: skills and
economic challenges
in the South African
Creative Industries

SABC

Wakashe, T

CAJ

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

HSRC, South
Africa

Moshito

Moshito

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

prepared for the


HSRC in 2007

South Africa

South Africa

Purpose/
associated project

Page 235 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2009

2008

2008

Year

Cross-cutting

music

music

Sector

hard/ pdf

hard

soft

Document

www.hsrcpress.org.za

Website

Artthrob:
Contemporary art in
South Africa

Mike van Graan


website

VANSA

Artthrob

Van Graan, Mike

Visual Arts Network of South


Africa

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

VANSA

Mike van Graan

Artthrob

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Website

Website

Website

Purpose/
associated project

Page 236 of 292

South
Africa

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

all

all

all

Year

visual art

Cross-cutting

visual art

Sector

internet

internet

internet

Document

http://www.vansa.co.za/res
ources

http://www.mikevangraan.c
o.za/recent-articles-papers

http://www.artthrob.co.za/

Website

Centre for Jazz and


Popular Music
(CJPM) University of
Natal

The South African


Music Industry

Balancing Culture
and Conservation
through Enterprise

Brubeck, Darius

Gostner, Karl (YFM)

USAID

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

USAID

NAB

Private

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Story on Website
about Tanzania

in Cambridge
Journals

Purpose/
associated project

Page 237 of 292

Tanzania

South
Africa

South
Africa

Country

2004

Year

Cross-cutting

music

Cross-cutting

Sector

pdf

hard

not found

Document

http://africastories.usaid.go
v/search_details.cfm?storyI
D=228&countryID=26&sect
or

http://journals.cambridge.or
g

Website

Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
Tanzania

The Tanzanian Film


Value Chain Study
Report

Uganda-based
initiative to promote
African and Asian
filmmaking

British Council

Mthando, Martin and Kipeja,


Laurian

Artmatters

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Art Matters

Zanzibar
International Film
Festival (ZIFF)

British Council

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Posting

Prepared fro the


ZIFF, Festival of the
Dhow Countries

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

Purpose/
associated project

Page 238 of 292

Uganda

Tanzania

Tanzania

Country

2004

2007

2005

Year

film

film

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard

pdf

Soft, word

Document

http://www.artmatters.info/
mira.htm

http://www.ziff.or.tz/sokofila
m.htm

Website

The national ICT


master plan and Egovernment network
feasibility study in
Uganda

Survey of Content
and Audiences of
Video Halls in
Uganda 2005-2006

World Bank study of


Ivory Coast, Senegal
and Mali

Mega-Tech

Marshfield, Katerina and van


Oosterhout, Michiel

Ouest Afrique Economie

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Ouest Afrique
Economie

Uganda
International Film
Festival

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Uganda

Purpose/
associated project

Page 239 of 292

West
Africa

Uganda

Uganda

Country

2003

2007

2006

Year

Cross-cutting

Uganda

ICT

Sector

not found

pdf

hard

Document

http://siteresources.worldb
ank.org/INTCEERD/Resou
rces/CWI_music_industry_i
n_Africa_synopsis.pdf

www.uiff.org

http://wougnet/org.ICTpolic
y/ug/ugictpolicy.html

Website

Gographies de
L'industrie musicale
hip hop en Afrique de
l'Ouest

West African Hip


Hop: A transnational
social movement

AURA (*) or some


political production of
hip hop music

Mbaye, Jenny

Mbaye, Jenny

Mbaye, Jenny

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Private

Private

Institut National de
la Recherche
Scientifique (INRS)
- Qubec

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Collogue
international Arts,
territoires et nouvelle
conomie culturelle.
La culture, un atout
incontournable du
dveloppement
urbain et rgional?
76eme congres de
L'ACFAS
Aegis cortona
summer school in
African studies,
Cortona, Tuscany,
16-22 June 2008

Purpose/
associated project

Page 240 of 292

West
Africa

West
Africa

West
Africa

Country

2008

2008

Year

Music

Music

music

Sector

Soft, word

Soft, word

Soft, word

Document

Website

Enhancing Marketing
Skills for Artists and
Artisans

An Action research
on Small Enterprise
Development and
Job Creation in the
Cultural Sector

Country report on the


status of copyright
and neighbouring
rights in Zambia

Ballyn, John

Moyo, Dixon

Shakarongo, Brian Chengela

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

WIPO

ILO

ILO

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Presented at WIPO
symposium,
Lilongwe, Malawi

AN ITC conference
paper prepared for
the National
Workshop organised
by the ILO
'Enterprise
Development and
Employment in the
Cultural Sector in
Zambia; national and
local strategies:

Purpose/
associated project

Page 241 of 292

Zambia

Zambia

Zambia

Country

2002

2002

2002

Year

Intellectual
property rights

cross cutting

arts and crafts

Sector

not found

hard

hard

Document

www.wipo.int/edocs/mdocs
/tk/en/wipo_grtkf_ic_2/wipo
_grtkf_ic_2_16-main1.pdf

http://www.intracen.org/Cre
ativeIndustries/conference
_papers.pdf

Website

Zambia's ICT policy


finally launched

Disbursement of
donor funds - Shining
example from Zambia

Ceremony!
Celebrating Zambia's
Cultural Heritage

Mushinga, Gloria

Owoo, John

Guhrs, Tamara, D'elbee,


Francois and Kapwepwe,
Mulenga

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Celtel Zambia and


Seka (Sensitisation
and Education
through Kunda
Arts)

Arterial Network

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial News Vol 2


No 5

Purpose/
associated project

Page 242 of 292

Zambia

Zambia

Zambia

Country

2009

2007

2007

Year

heritage

funding and
sponsorship

ICT

Sector

book

pdf

hard

Document

http://www.sekaeducationaltheatre.com/ceremonybook.htm

http://www.dccd.dk/dccd/ck
u.nsf/images/senart/$file/sh
inning+example+from+zam
bia+by+john+owoo.pdf

http://www.thewip.net/contr
ibutors/2007/04/zambia_s_
ict_policy_finally_la.html

Website

Intellectual Property
Rights, Copyright and
Development Policy
in a Developing
Country: Options For
Sub Saharan African
Countries

Zimbabwe arts focus


group meeting

Narrative and
ideology: 50 years of
filmmaking in
Zimbabwe

Nwauche, E.S.

British Council

Hungwe, Kedmon Nyasha

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Private

British Council

Commissioning
Agent

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

in Media, culture and


society, Vol 27, no 1,
83-99

Prepared for the


British Council

Paper presented to
the Copyright
Workshop at
Zimbabwe
International Book
Fair

Purpose/
associated project

Page 243 of 292

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Country

2005

2005

2003

Year

film

Cross-cutting

Sector

hard

Hard

internet

Document

http://mcs.sagepub.com/cgi
/content/abstract/27/1/83

www.kopinor.org/content/d
ownload/1777/13422/file/zi
bf.pdf -

Website

Title: The Advertising


Industrys skill needs

Title: Feasibility
Study of the South
African Animation
sector

Title: Multimedia
Animation SubSector

Joffe, Avril & NtshilingaKhosa, Roseline & Walters,


Lee

Laballo, Yoliswa Koyo


(Anamazing Workshop)

Ntshingila-Khosa, Roseline

CAJ, 2009

Title

Name

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Commissioning
party: Department
of Communications

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associations

Commissioning
Agent

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA Skills
Plan

Purpose/
associated project

List of documents by area of interest (Sectors)

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Date: July
2004

Date: March
2004

Date: July
2004

Date

Page 244 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Country

2004

2004

2004

Year

animation

animation

advertisin
g

Sector

soft

hard

soft

Document

Website

Enhancing Marketing
Skills for Artists and
Artisans

The visual arts and


crafts sector:
promoting the cultural
sector through job
creation and small
enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

Strategic
Recommendations
for Industry
Development
(Discussion Guide)

Ballyn, John

The Trinity Session

Kaiser Associates Economic


Development Practice

CAJ, 2009

National Craft Imbizo


Workshop Final
Report

Monica Newton

CCDI

ILO

ILO

Department of Arts
and Culture

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

AN ITC conference
paper prepared for
the National
Workshop organised
by the ILO
'Enterprise
Development and
Employment in the
Cultural Sector in
Zambia; national and
local strategies:
For the ILO series on
Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and global value
chains

Beautiful Things
Exhibition

03-Jul

2003

2-4 October
2002

02-Nov

Page 245 of 292

South Africa

SADC

Zambia

South Africa

2003

2003

2002

2002

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

soft

soft

hard

soft

http://www.ilo
.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.P
ortal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=
S&p_categor
y=PUB&p_m
ode=PROD&
p_lang=EN&p
_type=WP
http://www.ca
pecraftandde
sign.org.za/re
search_folder
/htm/niche/in
dex.htm?692
5d11c91e4ee
8ac7ad3c141
2e300c6=671
3d13ca89078

http://www.int
racen.org/Cre
ativeIndustrie
s/conference
_papers.pdf

Beads Sub-Sector
Study

CERAMIC Subsector Study

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

CAJ, 2009

Workshop Report of
the Free State
Provincial Craft
Conference

Monica Newton

TEP and DTI

Tourism Enterprise
Project (TEP) and
the Department of
Trade and
Industries (the DTI)

Free State
Department of
Sport, Arts, Culture,
Science and
Technology

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

04-Mar

04-Mar

28 & 29
October
2003

Page 246 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2004

2004

2003

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

hard

hard

soft

444f6433900
00d631c

Wireware Subsector
Study

KZN Craft Sub-sector


Study

In South Africa, crafts


revival boosts exports

ECI Africa

ECI Africa

International Trade Forum

CAJ, 2009

Grass Sub-Sector
Study

ECI Africa

International Trade
Forum

Tourism Enterprise
Programme and
DTI

Tourism Enterprise
Programme & DTI

TEP & DTI

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Interview with
Tembeka Nkambavan Wyk, Talking
Beads Academy

06-Oct

04-Apr

04-Mar

04-Mar

Page 247 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2006

2004

2004

2004

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

arts and
crafts

internet

hard

hard

hard

http://www.tra
deforum.org/
news/fullstory
.php/aid/626/i
n_South_Afri
ca_craft_revi
val

Beyond Planning to
Action: Film and TV
Sector Development
Strategy

Creative Industries:
the under-utilized
African resources

Partnership
Agreement

Department of Trade and


Industry (DTI) (Erica Elk)

Demilew, Abiy

ACP-EU

CAJ, 2009

Expanding the book


trade across Africa: a
study of current
barriers and future
potential

Makotsi, Ruth

ACP

Creative Africa
Website

DTI: Trade and


Investment South
Africa; Chief
Directorate:
Customised Sector
Programmes

Association for the


Development of
Education in Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Signed in
COTONOU

on Creative Africa
website

Customised Sector
Programmes (CSP)
of the DTI.

Association for the


development of
Education in Africa,
in collaboration with
the African
Publishers' Network,
Oxford, UK

23-Jun-00

2008

05-May

1999

Page 248 of 292

ACP

Africa

South Africa

Africa

2000

2008

2005

1999

cross
cutting

cross

craft

books

hard

soft

hard/ internet

soft

http://www.cr
eativeafrica.org/cre
ativeafrica_2008/i
ndex.php?opt
ion=com_c

http://www.ca
pecraftandde
sign.org.za/re
search_folder
/pdf/dti_cust.
pdf

http://openlibr
ary.org/b/OL2
2460732M/Ex
panding-thebook-tradeacross-Africa

Quantitative Data
Collection for MapppSeta Sector Skills
Plan (SSP)

National Conference
on Culture and
NEPAD

Nigeria 'Nobody
knows tomorrow'

Khulisa Management
Services and Eve Gray and
Associates

National Commission on
Culture, Ghana

Nwandiko, Emeka

CAJ, 2009

An Action research
on Small Enterprise
Development and
Job Creation in the
Cultural Sector

Moyo, Dixon

New African

National
Commission on
Culture

Mappp-Seta

ILO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

New African

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan

06-Mar

18/05/2006

3rd August
2004

02-Jul

Page 249 of 292

Nigeria

Africa

South Africa

Zambia

2006

2006

2004

2002

cross
cutting

cross
cutting

cross
cutting

cross
cutting

hard

hard

soft

hard

http://mountai
nrunner.us/20
06/06/nigeria
_nobody_.ht
ml

http://www.gh
anaculture.go
v.gh/indes1/p
hp?linkid=65
&archiveid=1
59&page=1&
adate=

Putting Culture First:


Commonwealth
perspectives on
culture and
development

Creative South Africa

Cultural Industries for


development in
Africa: Dakar Plan of
Action

Commonwealth Foundation

DACST

Organisation of African Unity/


UNESCO

CAJ, 2009

Creative economy
and poverty
eradication in Africa:
principles and
realities

Kovacs, Mate, OCPA

AU/UNESCO

DACST

Commonwealth
Foundation

OCPA

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Prepared by the
Cultural Strategy
Group

Commonwealth
Foundation

Jun-92

Nov-88

01-Nov-08

15-Apr-07

Page 250 of 292

Africa

South Africa

Developing
Countries

Africa

1992

1988

2008

2007

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

cross
cutting

cross
cutting

hard

hard

Book

hard

http://www.da
cst.gov.za/art
s_culture/cult
ure/industries
/index.htm

Etude - Diagnostic du
secteur de la culture

Culture can play a


key role in regional
integration

Regional consultation
on cultural industries
in Africa

Tambadou, Moustapha
(Ministere de la Culture)

Sithole, Jabulani

UNESCO

CAJ, 2009

Southern African
Development
Community Sector of
Culture and
Information Policies,
Priorities and
Strategies

SADC

UNESCO

SADC

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cotonou

Senegal

5-8 th
September
2000

15-Dec-00

1999

May-98

Page 251 of 292

Africa

Africa

Senegal

SADC

2000

2000

1999

1998

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

hard

hard

Hard:
confidential

soft

http://www.sa
rdc.net/editori
al/sanf/2000/I
ss23/Nf2.html

http://www.tel
edata.mz/sad
ccult/poling.ht
m

Culture,
Entrepreneurship and
Development in
Africa

National Policy on
Culture

The cultural
industries and
development

Tshikuku, Kabeya

Republic of Botswana

Pagniet, Geraldine

CAJ, 2009

Regional Forum on
cultural industries in
Africa

UNESCO

ACP

Republic of
Botswana

CRDI/IDRC,
UNESCO

UNESCO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

in The Courier ACPEU no 194


September October, 2002

Paper presented to
the International
Conference on the
Cultural Approach to
Development in
Africa, Senegal by
Prof Tshikuku from
Institut de
Recherches
Economoniques et
Sociales (IRES)
Universite de
Kinshasa
Policy

Organised by Breda
at ABOMEY, Benin

2002

Page 252 of 292

Developing
Countries

02-Apr

10-14
December
2001

Africa

Botswana

4th - 9th
September
2000

Africa

2002

2002

2001

2000

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

hard

soft

pdf

hard

http://ec.euro
pa.eu/develo
pment/body/p
ublicatins/cou
rier/courier19
4/en/en-042ni.pdf

http://www.go
v.bw/docs/nat
ional_policy_
on_culture_v
2.pdf

http://unpan1.
un.org/intrado
c/groups/publ
ic/documents/
idep/unpan00
3349.pdf

http//www.da
kar.unesco.or
g/news/en/en
_000814_cutl
ure.shtml

A survey of research
outputs for the South
African Music, Craft,
Film and Television
and publishing
sectors between
1997 and 2002

Dakar Declaration on
the Promotion of ACP
Cultures and Cultural
Industries

Promotion of Cultural
industries/ Regional
cooperation in the
field of culture: report
on the main
conclusions

Unknown

ACP Group

ACP Group

CAJ, 2009

The production of
culture: towards a
creative region

Joffe, A

ACP

ACP

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

ILO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Technical meeting
1st meeting of ACP
Ministers of Culture,
Working Group 11

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

Presentation to INCD

18-Jun-03

20-Jun-03

2002

2002

Page 253 of 292

ACP

ACP

South Africa

SADC

2003

2003

2002

2002

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

hard

hard

Word

Hard

http://www.ac
psec.org/acpf
estival/acp83
00603_Dakar
_Declaration_
e.pdf

www.cultural
observatory.o
rg.za/

www.incd.net
/Media/ILOPr
esentation.pp
t

Globalization ,
creative industries
and economy
development: policy
challenges for
Developing Countries

Measuring Culture
developments
globally to inform
what we do locally

Cultural Industries
Sector

Kozul-Wright, Zeljka

Avril Joffe, CAJ

Cultural Industries Core


Team

CAJ, 2009

Guide to Pan-African
cultural markets,
professional networks
and research
resources

Brereton, Kira

Western Cape
Government

HSRC and DAC

UNCTAD

African
Marketplace Inc,
Cultural
Engineering, Inc.

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Input paper into


Micro-economic
Strategy for the
Western Cape

Establishment of
Cultural Observatory
by HSRC on behalf
of DAC

Unctad and UN
partners

African Marketplace
Inc, Cultural
Engineering, Inc.

2003

03-Feb

June 4,
2003

May, 2003

Page 254 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

Developing
Countries

Africa

2003

2003

2003

2003

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Word

hard

hard

internet

http://www.a
mts.co.za/cult
ural.pdf

http://www.cu
lturalengineer
ing.com/uplo
adfiles/AMP_
CE%20GUID
E.pdf

World Bank study of


Ivory Coast, Senegal
and Mali

Les industries
culturelles des pays
du Sud : enjeux du
projet de convention
internationale sur la
diversit culturelle

Creative Industries
and Development

Ouest Afrique Economie

M. Francisco dAlmeida et
Mme Marie Lise Alleman,

UNCTAD

CAJ, 2009

Driving the Creative


Industries in the
Western Cape

Kristarfor, Sean and


Budhram, Meshal

UNCTAD

Association Culture
et dveloppement

Ouest Afrique
Economie

The Graduate
School of Business,
University of Cape
Town

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

For 11th session,


Sao Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

Association Culture
et dveloppement

MBA Programme
Study

04-Jun-04

04-Aug

2003

03-Nov

Page 255 of 292

Developing
Countries

Africa

West Africa

South Africa

2004

2004

2003

2003

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

hard

pdf

not found

Paper

http://www.un
ctad.org/en/d
ocs/tdxibpd13
_en.pdf

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/INTC
EERD/Resou
rces/CWI_mu
sic_industry_i
n_Africa_syn
opsis.pdf

http://www.de
signindaba.co
m/advocacy/d
ownloads/Dri
ving.pdf

MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Balancing Culture
and Conservation
through Enterprise

Nairobi Plan of Action


for Cultural Industries
in Africa

Mappp-Seta (authored by
Monica Newton)

USAID

African Union

CAJ, 2009

High level panel on


creative industries

UNCTAD

African Union

USAID

Mappp-Seta

UNCTAD

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Kenya

Story on Website
about Tanzania

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan per sector

For 11th session,


Sao Paulo, 13-18
June 2004

10-14
December
2005

2004

04-Aug

04-Jun-04

Page 256 of 292

Africa

Tanzania

South Africa

Developing
Countries

2005

2004

2004

2004

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

pdf

pdf

hard

hard/ internet

www.africaunion.org

http://africast
ories.usaid.g
ov/search_de
tails.cfm?stor
yID=228&cou
ntryID=26&se
ctor

http://www.un
ctad.org/en/d
ocs

UNESCO: Culture,
Integration and
African Renaissance

Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
Kenya

Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
South Africa

Matsuura, Koichiro

British Council

British Council

CAJ, 2009

Under-rated Arts

Brickhill, Paul

British Council

British Council

UNESCO

Unknown

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

Address on the
occasion of the
Conference of
Ministers of Culture
of the Africa Union

Magazine for
Development and
Cooperation

08-Sep-05

2005

13-Dec-05

2005

Page 257 of 292

South Africa

Kenya

Africa

Africa

2005

2005

2005

2005

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Soft, word

Soft, word

hard

hard

http://unesdo
c.unesco.org/
images/0014/
01427/14279
6e.pdf

http://www.in
went.org/E+Z
/content/archi
ve-eng/122005/tribune_
art4.html

Future Foundations:
An Integrated Human
Resource
Development
Strategy

Driving a regional
sector development
programme: Lessons
from the Western
Cape: 1999-2005

Creative Industries
Sector Scoping

CreateSA

Gwynne-Evans, N

Monica Newton

CAJ, 2009

A Benevolent Fund
for Artists

CAJ

City of
Johannesburg:
Economic
Development Unit

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Department of Arts
and Culture (DAC)

Arts and Culture


Trust, South Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Johannesburg Film
Incubator,
Johannesburg
Performing Arts
Incubator, and
Johannesburg Music
Market

South Africa

30-Jun-05

June 20
2005

31-Mar-05

2005

Page 258 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2005

2005

2005

2005

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

soft

hard

hard

word

Zimbabwe arts focus


group meeting

Charter for African


Cultural Renaissance

British Council

African Union

CAJ, 2009

British Council

Cultural Industries,
arts, culture and
creative arts:
Towards an
understanding of the
current nature and
scope of the creative
industries in the
western cape
Consultative forum
on arts and culture in
Tanzania

Van Graan, Mike

African Union

British Council

British Council

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Sixth Ordinary
Session of the
Assembly, held in
Khartoum, Sudan

Prepared for the


British Council

All Africa Arts


Consultation Forum

23rd -24th
January
2006

26-Sep-05

19-Sep-05

Page 259 of 292

Africa

Zimbabwe

Tanzania

South Africa

2006

2005

2005

2005

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

both

Hard

Soft, word

soft

www.africaunion.org/root
/au/document
s/treaties/text
/charter%20%20African%
20cultural%2
0Renaissanc
e-en.pdf

www.capegat
eway.gov.za/
other/2005/11
/final_first_pa
per_cultural_i
ndustries_pri
nting.pdf

The Promotion and


Protection of Africa's
Cultural Products:
Advocacy Statement

CULTURE AND
POVERTY
ALLEVIATION IN
AFRICA: A review of
the cultural
effectiveness of
Poverty Reduction
Strategy Papers in
West and Central
Africa

African Union

Sagnia, Burama

CAJ, 2009

Culture, Integration
and African
Renaissance: Aide
Memoire

African Union

International
Network for
Cultural Diversity

African Union

African Union

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

A report prepared for


the Conference on
African Cultural
Sector Development,
Goiree Island, Dakar,
Senegal, 5-7 March
2007

Advocacy Statement

First Pan African


Cultural Congress
organised by the
African Union

06-Oct

06-Dec-06

13-15
November
2006

Page 260 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

2006

2006

2006

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

soft

pdf, internet

hard

www.africaunion.org/root
/au/conferenc
es/past/2006/
november/SA
/pan_african/
AU_PACC_Ai
de_Memoire.
doc
http://www.th
ecommonwe
alth.org/Shar
ed_ASP_File
s/UploadedFil
es/0DD2D9D
E-E7374839-B5F111F4B3B531
02_Cultural_
products_prot
ection_advoc
acy_stateme
nt_2.pdf
http://www.hi
vox.nl/english
/english/arteri
al/backgroun
d-materials

Proposed Strategy on
Engendering the
Accelerated and
Shared Growth
Imitative (ASGI-SA)

The Arterial
Conference:
Vitalising African
cultural assets

Economic
sustainability in
African Culture
Sector

DTI

Arterial Conference

Brickhill, Paul

CAJ, 2009

Botswana conference
focuses on
strengthening the
cultural industries

International Intellectual
Property Institute

Presented at the
Arterial Network
conference,
'Revitalising
Africa's assets'.

Arterial Network

DAC

IIPI

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial Network

Conference Report

South Africa's
Strategy on
Engendering the
Accelerated and
Shared Growth
Imitative (ASGI-SA)

Run by the IIPI

2007

5-7 March
2007

06-Jan

2006

Page 261 of 292

Africa

Africa

South Africa

Botswana

2007

2007

2006

2006

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

internet

pdf

internet

internet

http://ocpa.ir
mo.hr/resourc
es/docs/arteri
al_conferenc
e_report_en.
pdf

http://www.th
edti.gov.za/sa
wen/ASGISA
PROPOSED
STRATEGY0
6.pdf

http://www.iipi
.org/nav_new
sroom/detail.
asp?itemID145

Start small, think big

Africa and
transnational cultural
industries

The Power of
Culture: Master Plan
African Art Sector on
the way

Mbewe, Nebat

Perman, Tony

Unknown

CAJ, 2009

Culture - what
culture?

Guchu, Wander

Unknown

Arterial Network

Arterial Network

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign

Arterial News Vol 2


no 4

Arterial News Vol2


No 2

07-Apr

2007

07-Mar

07-Mar

Page 262 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

2007

2007

2007

2007

crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

hard

not found

pdf

pdf

http://www.po
werofculture.
nl/en/current/
2007/april/art
erial.html

http://www.afr
st.uiuc.edu

Empowering the
black creative class

Cultural Industries,
arts, culture and
creative arts: Second
Paper: Policy
recommendations
and Interventions

Concept Note

Aina, Yetunde

Van Graan, Mike

African Union

CAJ, 2009

The Obasanjo years:


motion without
movement for arts,
entertainment

Abodunrin, Akintayo

African Union

WESTGRO, South
Africa

Jadeas Trust

Private

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

The Second Session


of AU Conference of
Ministers of Culture
(CAMC2)

MEDS process,
Western Cape

Nigerian Tribune

19-23
October
2008

2007

07-Mar

Tuesday
22nd May,
2007

Page 263 of 292

Africa

South Africa

Nigeria

Nigeria

2008

2007

2007

2007

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

soft

soft

hard

hard, internet

www.africanunion.org

http://www.hi
vos.nl/english
/english/arteri
al/backgroun
d_materials

www.jadeastr
ust.org

http://www.tri
bune.com.ng/
22052007/art
s.html

Creative industries
and developing
countries: voice,
choice and economic
growth. .

High level panel on


the creative economy
and industries for
development

Creative Economy
Report 2008: the
challenge of
assessing the
creative economy:
towards informed
policy-making

Barrowclough, Diana and


Kozul-Wright, Zeljka, (eds.)

UNCTAD

United Nations

CAJ, 2009

Culture, a lever for


development in Africa

UNESCO

United Nations

UNCTAD

UNCTAD

UNESCO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Unctad and UN
partners

As a pre UNCTAD
X11 event in Geneva
14-15 January 2008.

Routledge

Meeting Debate in
Culture, economy,
regional integration

2008

14-15
January
2008

2008

2008

Page 264 of 292

Developing
Countries

Developing
Countries

Developing
Countries

Africa

2008

2008

2008

2008

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

pdf

hard/ internet

Book

hard

http://www.un
ctad.org/Tem
plates/webfly
er.asp?docid
=9750&intIte
mID=2068&la
ng=1

http://www.un
ctad.org/en/d
ocs/tdxiibpd4
_en.pdf

http://appablo
g.wordpress.
com/2008/12/
12/cultureeconomyregionalintegrationcult..

Mike van Graan


website

Van Graan, Mike

CAJ, 2009

Producing creative
content: skills and
economic challenges
in the South African
Creative Industries

CAJ

Capacity building for


cultural enterprise

Mappp-Seta Sector
Skills Plan 2009/2010

CAJ

Mike van Graan

HSRC, South
Africa

Mappp-Seta

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Website

prepared for the


HSRC in 2007

Mappp-Seta sector
skills plan per sector

unknown

Various

2009

2008

Page 265 of 292

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

all

2009

2008

crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

Crosscutting

soft

internet

hard/ pdf

hard

http://www.de
fsa.org.za/20
07conference
/documents/p
apers/Jackie
Guille.pdf

http://www.mi
kevangraan.c
o.za/recentarticlespapers

www.hsrcpre
ss.org.za

Cultural Diversity and


the impact of
globalization

Database for Cultural


Initiative in Ghana:
cultural industries/
enterprise

Title: Design SubSector

Joffe, A et al

Cultural Industries Support


Project (CISP)

Ntshingila-Khosa, Roseline

CAJ, 2009

Centre for Jazz and


Popular Music
(CJPM) University of
Natal

Brubeck, Darius

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Cultural Industries
Support Project

HSRC, South
Africa

Private

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA Skills
Plan

Paper prepared for


the DAC, South
Africa (via the
HSRC) as a position
paper for Developing
Countries for the
International Network
on Cultural Policy

in Cambridge
Journals

Date: July
2004

2008

2003

Page 266 of 292

South Africa

Ghana

Developing
Countries

South Africa

2004

2008

2003

Design

databases

cultural
diversity

Crosscutting

soft

hard

soft

not found

http://www.gh
anaculture.go
v.gh/privatec
ontent/File/CI
SP%20Ghan
a/CISP%20D
ATABASE%2
0PHASE%20
1%20REPOR
T%20_2_(1).
pdf

http://www.in
cp-ripc.org

http://journals
.cambridge.or
g

The Ethno-tourism
industry: promoting
the cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

The Dynamics of
African Filmmaking

Title: European Union


South Africa Film
Symposium

Bolnick, Steven

Cham, Mbye

National Film and Video


Foundation

CAJ, 2009

What is Digital Arts in


Africa?

DigiArts, UNESCO

Commissioning
Party: National Film
and Video
Foundation

UNESCO

ILO

UNESCO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Promoting culture
through job creation
and small business
development in
SADC countries
published in the
series on Upgrading
in small enterprise
clusters and Global
value Chains, ILO
UNESCO's World
Culture Report 2000:
Cultural diversity,
conflict and pluralism

UNESCO
Knowledge Portal

Date:
November
2000

2003

2005

Page 267 of 292

South Africa

Africa

SADC

Africa

2000

2000

2003

2005

film

film

Ethnotourism

digital arts

hard

hard

hard

not found

http://portal.u
nesco.org/cul
ture/en/ev.ph
pURL_ID=243
76&URL_DO
=DO_TOPIC
&URL_SECTI
ON=201.html
http://www.ilo
.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.P
ortal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=
S&p_categor
y=PUB&p_m
ode=PROD&
p_lang=EN&p
_type=WP

A movie industry in
search of investors

The film and video


industry: promoting
the cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

The Nigerian Film


Industry

Special correspondent, Lagos

Joffe, A and Jacklin, N

Various

CAJ, 2009

Title: Profile 2000

PriceWaterhouseCoopers

Africa Update
Newsletter

ILO

All Africa.com

Commissioning
Party: Department
of Arts and Culture
(DAC)

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa Update
Vol.X1, Issue 2
(Spring 2004)

For the series on


Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and Global value
Chains, ILO

allafrica.com

Spring 2004

2003

June 19,
2001

Date: 2000

Page 268 of 292

Nigeria

SADC

Nigeria

South Africa

2004

2003

2001

2000

film

film

Film

film

internet

Hard

hard

hard

http://www.ilo
.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.P
ortal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=
S&p_categor
y=PUB&p_m
ode=PROD&
p_lang=EN&p
_type=WP
http://www.cc
su.edu/afstud
y/upd112.html

http://allafrica
.com/stories/
20010619002
3.html

Title: Film and Video


Sector

Title: TV and Radio


Broadcasting

Uganda-based
initiative to promote
African and Asian
filmmaking

Joffe, Avril (CAJ)

Joffe, Avril and Moatlhodi,


Zodwa

Artmatters

CAJ, 2009

Employment
generation and Trade
Expansion in
Creative Industries:
the case of the film,
video and broadcast
industry in Senegal

Joffe, A with research input


from Abdoul Sow

Art Matters

Commissioning
party: MAPPPSETA

Commissioning
party: MAPPPSETA

ILO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Posting

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Prepared for the ILO

unknown

Date: July
2004

Date: July
2004

January
30th 2004

Page 269 of 292

Uganda

South Africa

South Africa

Senegal

2004

2004

2004

2004

film

Film

film

film

hard

soft

soft

hard, pdf

http://www.art
matters.info/
mira.htm

East Africa in a
frenzy of Film
Festivals

Colonisation of
Kenyan screens kills
filmmakers, drives
others into exile

Beyond Planning to
Action: Film and TV
Sector Development
Strategy

Artsmatters.info

Artmatters

Department of Trade and


Industry (DTI) (Jane Corden
and Richard Phillips)

CAJ, 2009

Interview with Gaston


Kabore

The Global Alliance for


Cultural Diversity

DTI: Trade and


Investment South
Africa; Chief
Directorate:
Customised Sector
Programmes

Art Matters

Art Matters

UNESCO

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Customised Sector
Programmes (CSP)
of the DTI.

News

UNESCO

Date: June
2005

unknown

unknown

accessed
2005/11/10

Page 270 of 292

South Africa

Kenya

East Africa

Africa

2005

2005

2005

2005

film

film

film

film

hard

hard

hard

hard

http://www/art
matters.info/fi
lm/colonisatio
n.htm

http://www.art
matters.info/fr
enzy.htm

http://portal.u
nesco/org/cul
ture/en/ev/ph
pURL_ID=269
89URL_DO=
DO_Topic&

African Film Industry


needs Better Training
to Survive

Kenyans make low


budget films

Nigerians market
their country through
film

Mbewe, Nebat

Art matters

Artmatters

CAJ, 2009

Narrative and
ideology: 50 years of
filmmaking in
Zimbabwe

Hungwe, Kedmon Nyasha

Art Matters

Art Matters

Arterial Network

Private

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Arterial News Vol 1


No 1

in Media, culture and


society, Vol 27, no 1,
83-99

unknown

unknown

07-Mar

2005

Page 271 of 292

Nigeria

Kenya

Africa

Zimbabwe

2007

2007

2007

2005

film

Film

film

film

internet

soft

pdf

hard

http://www.art
matters.info/n
igeria1.htm

http://artmatte
rs.info/film3.h
tm

http://mcs.sa
gepub.com/c
gi/content/ab
stract/27/1/83

The Tanzanian Film


Value Chain Study
Report

Reinventing
Nollywood: the role of
the mafia in the
development of the
Nigerian Film
Industry

The African Cinema


doesnt exist

Mthando, Martin and Kipeja,


Laurian

Aina, Yetunde

Ondega, Ogova

CAJ, 2009

Film: Analysis
needed to make
policy decisions

Cultural Observatory, South


Africa

The Power of
Culture Web site

Private

Zanzibar
International Film
Festival (ZIFF)

Cultural
Observatory, South
Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Africa

Creative Clusters
2008, London, UK

Prepared by Howard
Thomas as part of a
broader research
project to develop an
interactive website
on the creative
industries in South
Africa. Numerous
inputs were provided
to stimulate debate
on the best way to
collect data.
Prepared fro the
ZIFF, Festival of the
Dhow Countries

09-Feb

08-Nov

07-Oct

accessed
23/05/07

Page 272 of 292

Africa

Nigeria

Tanzania

South Africa

2009

2008

2007

2007

film

film

film

Film

html

ppt

pdf

hard

http://www.po
werofculture.
nl/en/current/
2009/february
/fespaco

http://www.zif
f.or.tz/sokofila
m.htm

http://www.cu
lturealobserv
atory.org.za/_
tv_ana.html

The Nigerian video


industry as an
example of import
substitution

Establishment of the
SADC Culture Trust
Fund

The Adult Arts and


Culture and Arts and
Culture Sponsorship
Market in South
Africa

Kunzler, D

SADC

BMI-Sport Info

CAJ, 2009

African Cinema

TransAfrica Forum

Business Arts
South Africa
(BASA), the
National Arts
Council of South
Africa (NAC) and
the Arts and
Culture Trust (ACT)

SADC

TransAfrica Forum

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Issue brief

01-Oct

30 April - 5
May 2001

unknown

unknown

Page 273 of 292

South Africa

SADC

Nigeria

Africa

2001

2001

funding
and
sponsorsh
ip

funding
and
sponsorsh
ip

film

film

hard

hard

pdf

hard

http://www.ba
sa.co.za/pdfs/
1MUSICfinal.
pdf

www.suz.uniz
h.ch/khenzler
/grey/bergen1
.pdf

www.transafri
caforum.org

Disbursement of
donor funds - Shining
example from Zambia

Protecting our
cultural capital: A
research plan for the
Heritage Sector

Ceremony!
Celebrating Zambia's
Cultural Heritage

Owoo, John

Harriet Deacon, Sephai


Mngqolo and Sandra
Prosalendis

Guhrs, Tamara, D'elbee,


Francois and Kapwepwe,
Mulenga

CAJ, 2009

Title: Funding for the


Creative Industries;
Film and Electronic
Media

Ntshilinga-Khosa, Roseline
and Joffe, Avril

Celtel Zambia and


Seka (Sensitisation
and Education
through Kunda
Arts)

Social Cohesion
and Integration
Research
Programme

Arterial Network

Commissioning
party: NtshingilaKhosa and
Associates

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Cultural Observatory
at the HRSC
commissioned by
DAC.

Arterial News Vol 2


No 5

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

2009

2003

07-Mar

Date: July
2004

Page 274 of 292

Zambia

South Africa

Zambia

South Africa

2009

2003

2007

2004

heritage

heritage

funding
and
sponsorsh
ip

funding
and
sponsorsh
ip

book

hard

pdf

soft

http://www.se
kaeducationaltheatre.com/c
eremonybook.htm

http://www.hs
rcpress.ac/full
_title_info.asp
?id=2024

http://www.dc
cd.dk/dccd/ck
u.nsf/images/
senart/$file/s
hinning+exa
mple+from+z
ambia+by+jo
hn+owoo.pdf

ICT in Developing
Countries

The national ICT


master plan and Egovernment network
feasibility study in
Uganda

Zambia's ICT policy


finally launched

Parliamentary office on
science and technology

Mega-Tech

Mushinga, Gloria

CAJ, 2009

For most Africans,


Internet access is
little more than a pipe
dream

Alden, Chris

Online Journalism
Review

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Postnote No 261

Online Journalism
Review

2007

August, 11
2006

06-Mar

2004

Page 275 of 292

Zambia

Uganda

Developing
Countries

Africa

2007

2006

2006

2004

ICT

ICT

ICT

ICT

hard

hard

pdf

soft

http://www.th
ewip.net/cont
ributors/2007/
04/zambia_s
_ict_policy_fi
nally_la.html

http://wougne
t/org.ICTpolic
y/ug/ugictpoli
cy.html

www.parliam
ent.uk/parlia
mentary_offic
es/post/pubs
2006.cfm

http://www.ojr
.org/ojr/workp
lace/1071092
68.php

Cultural Indicators:
Views from Africa

Handbook on ACP
Cultural Industries

Culture and Peace:


The Search for
Indicators

OCPA

ACP Secretariat

Mazonde, I.N

CAJ, 2009

National Information
Technology Policy,
"Use It": Chapter 11:
Arts, Culture and
Tourism

Nigerian government

OCPA and
Interarts,
International
Network for
Cultural Diversity

ACP

OCPA

Nigerian
Government

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

University of
Botswana,
Presented at the
INCD meeting in
Cape Town, Author
from University of
Botswana

Drafted by the Task


Force on Cultural
Indicators of Human
Development in
Africa for
presentation at the
Congress of Cultural
Rights and Human
development under
the auspices of the
Forum Barcelona,
Mozambique
Drawn up by Ccawa
/ Cacao for the
Secretariat of the
ACP

2002, 2006

2006

March/
August
2004

Page 276 of 292

Botswana

ACP

Africa

Nigeria

2006

2006

2004

indicators
&
measurem
ent

Indicators
&
measurem
ent

indicators
&
measurem
ent

ICT

word

http://ocpa.ir
mo.hr/activitie
s/meetings/m
aputo2006/W
orkshop_Fina
l_Reporten.pdf

http://www.ac
pfilms.eu/filea
dmin/fichiers/f
ormulaire_et_
annexes/EN/
Handbook_A
CP_cultural_i
ndustries.pdf

http://www.cu
lturalrights.ne
t/descargas/d
rets_culturals
80.pdf

hard

soft/ pdf

http://www.nit
da.gov.ng/do
cument/nigeri
aitpolicy.pdf

hard

The Economics of
Culture and Cultural
Statistics in South
Africa

Country report on the


status of copyright
and neighbouring
rights in Zambia

Namibia Intellectual
Property Conference
- Supporting Culture
Based Industries

Haroon Bhorat and Mei-Chi


Liou

Shakarongo, Brian Chengela

IIPI

CAJ, 2009

National Skills and


Resources Audit
2003

CreateSA

IIPI

WIPO

Development
Policy Research
Unit, University of
Cape Town

CreateSA

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Presented at WIPO
symposium,
Lilongwe, Malawi

HSRC Cultural
Observatory

CreateSA

November
15-17, 2006

17-19 July
2002

2003

27-Nov-03

Page 277 of 292

Namibia

Zambia

South Africa

South Africa

2006

2002

2003

2003

Intellectual
property
rights

Intellectual
property
rights

indicators
and
measurem
ent

indicators
and
measurem
ent

hard

not found

word

hard

http://www.iipi
.org/Conferen
ces/Namibia_
IP_Conferenc
e/Agenda.asp

www.wipo.int/
edocs/mdocs/
tk/en/wipo_gr
tkf_ic_2/wipo
_grtkf_ic_2_1
6-main1.pdf

www.cultural
observatory.o
rg.za/pdf_file
s/econ_of_cul
ture.pdf

Hisses and whistles':


A baseline study into
arts coverage in the
South African mass
media

Developing Countries
becoming a global
player: Opportunities
in the music industry

Local repertoire hits


new heights to
dominate world music
market in African
Music Industry

Media Monitoring Project &


Open Research

SADC/UNCTAD Joint Project

Seligman, G

CAJ, 2009

Developing
Audiences for Joburg
Live Arts

Freedthinkers

World Bank

SADC

Media monitoring
project and open
research

City of Joburg

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper presented at
the workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, World Bank
and Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Document prepared
for the IX Session of
Ministers of Culture,
Information and
Sports (SADC)

South Africa

June 20-21
June 2001

15th May
2000

06-Mar

05-Jun

Page 278 of 292

Africa

SADC

South Africa

South Africa

2001

2000

2006

2005

music

music

media

live arts

word, internet

soft

Soft, word

hard

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/intce
erd/resources
/cwi_music_i
ndustry_in_af
rica_synopsis
.pdf

What's the use of


music? The role of
the music industry in
Africa

Informal music
training in early
childhood musical
development

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa

Sen. Amartya

Strumpf, Mitchel

The Development Research


Group on International Trade

CAJ, 2009

The Market for


African Music

Seligman, George

World Bank

UNESCO

World Bank

World Bank

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Participants include
Amartya Sen, Paul
Collier, J Michael
Finger, Frank Penna,
David Saryek,
Gerard Seligman,
John Collins,
Coenraad Visser,
Jerome Reichman,
Phil Hardy, Scott
Burnett, Keith
Maskus

Paper presented at
the African Regional
Arts Education
Conference in port
Elizabeth, South
Africa

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

20-21 June
2001

24-30 June
2001

June 20-21.
2001

June 20-21.
2001

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Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

2001

2001

2001

2001

music

music

music

music

pdf

hard

word, internet

word, internet

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/INTC
EERD/Resou
rces/CWI_mu
sic_industry_i
n_Africa_syn
opsis.pdf

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/intce
erd/resources
/cwi_music_i
ndustry_in_af
rica_synopsis
.pdf

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/intce
erd/resources
/cwi_music_i
ndustry_in_af
rica_synopsis
.pdf

The Ghanaian
experience

Title: The South


African Music
Industry

The Music industry :


promoting the cultural
sector through job
creation and small
enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

Collins, John

KPMG

Ambert, Cecile

CAJ, 2009

Music Awards 2001:


Making Ghanaian
music exportable

Collins, John

ILO

Commissioning
party: KPMG Media
and Entertainment

World Bank

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

For the series on


Upgrading in small
enterprise clusters
and Global value
Chains, ILO

Workshop on the
development of the
music industry in
Africa, sponsored by
the World Bank and
the Policy Sciences
Centre, Inc,
Washington, DC

Music Awards 2001


Paper

2003

Date: 2001

2001

2001

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SADC

South Africa

Ghana

Ghana

2003

2001

2001

2001

Music

music

Music

Music

Soft

hard

word, internet

pdf

http://www.ilo
.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.P
ortal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=
S&p_categor
y=PUB&p_m
ode=PROD&
p_lang=EN&p
_type=WP

http://www.inf
o.gov.za/view
/DownloadFil
eAction?id=7
0494

http://sitereso
urces.worldb
ank.org/intce
erd/resources
/cwi_music_i
ndustry_in_af
rica_synopsis
.pdf

https://www.s
cientificafrican.org/sc
holars/jcollins
/collins/files/bi
b16/at_downl
oad,

Take Note! The


(Re)naissance of the
music industry in
Sub-Saharan Africa

Musicians'
cooperatives: a new
model for developing
the African music
industry

Development Works

IFM, Unesco

CAJ, 2009

The Kwaito nation: an


industry analysis

Yired

UNESCO

UNESCO

YFM, South Africa

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper prepared for


The Global Alliance
for Cultural Diversity:
Division of Arts and
Cultural enterprise,
Unesco, Paris

Unpublished

04-Nov

04-Jun

2003

Page 281 of 292

Africa

Africa

South Africa

2004

2004

2003

Music

music

music

hard

word

hard

http://portal.u
nesco.org/cul
ture/en/files/2
6323/111270
48393Global
_Alliance_To
ol__Music_Indus
try_in_SubSaharan_Afri
ca.doc/Global
%2BAlliance
%2BTool%2B
%2BMusic%2
BIndustry%2
Bin%2BSubSaharan%2B
Africa.doc.

http://www/mi
o.co.za

Title: The Music


Industry

Title: Moshito 04

African music: new


challenges, new
vocations

Moatlhodi, Zodwa

Moshito Music Conference &


Exhibition

Tchebwa, M

CAJ, 2009

The Music Industry in


Senegal: the potential
for economy
development

Pratt, Andy with research


input from Biram N'deck
Ndiaye

UNESCO

Commissioning
party: Moshito
Music Conference
& Exhibition

Commissioning
Party: MAPPPSETA

UNCTAD

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

UNESCO

Associated project:
MAPPP-SETA
Sector Skills Plan

Report prepared for


UNCTAD

2005

Date:
February
2004

Date: July
2004

11-Mar-04

Page 282 of 292

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Senegal

2005

2004

2004

2004

music

music

Music

music

Book

hard

soft

soft

www.unesco.
org/publishin
g

www.lse.ac.u
k/collections/
geography/an
denvironment
/whossho/pro
files/pratt/pdf/
senegal.pdf

Title: Proposal for an


African Music market

Final Report on the


Micro-economic
Development
Strategy for the
Music Industry in the
Western Cape

Bush Radio's CREW


project: growing with
media education

Le Roux, Andr

Ansell, Gwen, Barnard, Helen


and Barnard, Phillippa

Louw, Adrian

CAJ, 2009

Soweto Blues: Jazz,


popular music, and
politics in South
Africa

Ansell, Gwen

UNESCO

Department of
Economic
Development and
Tourism, Western
Cape Provincial
Government

Commissioning
Party: Ochre
Communication

Private

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper presented at
the French
Commission for
UNESCO meeting in
partnership with the
French Ministry of
Education and the
Council of Europe at
the Centre de
Conferences
Internatinales, Paris,
France

South Africa

Associated project:
City of Joburg
Economic
Development Units
Sector Strategies for
Cultural Sector

21-22 June
2007

07-Nov

Date: July
2005

Page 283 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2007

2007

2005

2005

music

Music

music

music

soft

hard

hard

Book

http://www.nc
rf.org.za/sacommunityradiopresentpaper-atunescomediaeducation

Music Qualifications:
Are music education
institutions/
qualifications
responding to the
changing and
growing needs of the
music industry?

South African Music


Hub

Sampling Music

Feenstra, Marianne

Masokoane, Glenn

Melandowitz, Hugh

CAJ, 2009

Piracy campaign

SAFACT

Moshito

DAC, South Africa

Moshito

SAFACT

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2008

2008

2008

Page 284 of 292

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

SADC

2008

2008

2008

2008

Music

Music

Music

music

soft

hard

hard

soft

http://www.so
uthafrica.info/
ess_info/sa_g
lance/media/
dvd-piracy190506.htm

Speech to Moshito

Geographies de
L'industrie musicale
hip hop en Afrique de
l'Ouest

West African Hip


Hop: A transnational
social movement

Wakashe, T

Mbaye, Jenny

Mbaye, Jenny

CAJ, 2009

Music policy
discussion document

SABC

Private

Institut National de
la Recherche
Scientifique (INRS)
- Quebec

Moshito

Moshito

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Collogue
international Arts,
territoires et nouvelle
conomie culturelle.
La culture, un atout
incontournable du
dveloppement
urbain et rgional?
76eme congres de
L'ACFAS
Aegis cortona
summer school in
African studies,
Cortona, Tuscany,
16-22 June 2008

South Africa

South Africa

16-22 June
2008

6 -7th May
2008

2008

2008

Page 285 of 292

West Africa

West Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2008

2008

2008

2008

Music

music

music

music

Soft, word

Soft, word

hard

soft

AURA (*) or some


political production of
hip hop music

The Performing Arts


and Dance:
promoting the
Cultural sector
through job creation
and small enterprise
development in the
SADC countries

Introducing MASA
(Market for African
Performing Arts)

Mbaye, Jenny

Lebethe, A

MASA

CAJ, 2009

The South African


Music Industry

Gostner, Karl (YFM)

MASA

ILO

Private

NAB

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Presentation

Series on 'Upgrading
in Small Enterprise
Clusters and Global
Value Chains', ILO

2007

2003

Page 286 of 292

Africa

SADC

West Africa

South Africa

2007

2003

performing
arts and
dance

performing
arts and
dance

Music

music

hard

hard

Soft, word

hard

http://www.ilo
.org/dyn/emp
ent/empent.P
ortal?p_lang=
EN&p_prog=
S&p_categor
y=PUB&p_m
ode=PROD&
p_lang=EN&p
_type=WP
http://www.m
asa.francoph
onie.org/engli
sh/presentati
on/presentati
on.htm

Creating a cultural
policy for Namibia

Protocol on culture,
information and sport

Parliamentary Media
Briefing Economic
Cluster 11

Mans, Minette E

SADC

DAC

CAJ, 2009

Feux de Brazza:
Rapport de la
troisime dition

Unknown

DAC

SADC

Unknown

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Briefing for
parliament

SADC

Arts Education Policy


Review

Festival populaire
des musiques
traditionnelles

10-Feb-06

26/07/2002

May 1 2000

2008

Page 287 of 292

South Africa

SADC

Namibia

DRC

2006

2002

2000

2008

policy

policy

policy

performing
arts, music

internet

hard

hard

word

http://www.da
c.gov.za/medi
a_release/10
Geb06.htm

http://www.tra
lac.org/scripts
/content.php?
id=437

none

Making Cultural
Policy Work

Scholarly publishing
in Africa

Publishing in Africa

Commonwealth Foundation

African Book Collective and


the Dag Hammarskjold
Foundation

Kromberg, Steve

CAJ, 2009

Arts and Culture


Policy Review

DAC

HSRC, South
Africa

Commonwealth
Foundation

DAC

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Part of the HSRC


research team for
DACST to establish
a cultural
observatory

Consultation held in
partnership with
South African
Coalition for Cultural
Diversity and
Department of Arts
and Culture, Samro
House

SA government
review of policy

2004

02-Jul

19-May-08

2007

Page 288 of 292

Africa

Africa

South Africa

South Africa

2004

2003

2008

2007

publishing

publishing

policy

policy

hard

pdf

hard

http://www.co
mmonwealthf
oundation.co
m/uploads/fck
editor/000000
88_Making%
20Culture%2
0Work%20for
%20Develop
ment.pdf

http://www.da
c.gov.za/proj
ects/policy%2
0Review/bac
kground%20d
ocument.doc

OCPA and Interacts


Experts meeting on
Research Priorities

Creative sector
research in South
Africa: research
sources, key
institutions and
annotated
bibliography of the
cultural sector in
South Africa

OCPA , Interarts

CAJ

CAJ, 2009

Title: Qualitative
Research for Mappp
Seta Sector Skills
Plan: the publishing
sub-sector

Eve Gray and Associates

British Council

OCPA

Commissioning
party: Mappp Seta

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Meeting convened in
Dakar by OCPA, the
Interacts Foundation
(Barcelona, Spain)
with the support of
the Spanish Ministry
of Culture on the
occasion of the INCD
meeting convened in
co-operation with the
Senegalese Coalition
for Cultural Diversity
and the Senegalese
Coalition of SocioEconomic Actors.
Prepared for the fist
phase of the creative
mapping study for
the British Council

Page 289 of 292

2005

16-17
November
2005

Senegal

South Africa

Date: 25
July 2004

South Africa

2005

2005

2004

Research
resources

Research
resources

publishing

pdf

Hard

hard

http://ocpa.ir
mo.hr/activitie
s/meetings/d
akar2005/Exp
erts_Meeting
_Final_Repor
t_2005-en.pdf

Africa: Media
research is still a
problem: Blind
leading the Blind

African Cultural
Policy Resources

Project Archives

Koenderman, Tony

OCPA

The Global Alliance for


Cultural Diversity

CAJ, 2009

Compendium of
Reference
Documents for
Cultural Policies in
Africa

OCPA

UNESCO

Website

Private

OCPA

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Web listing of
projects relating to
arts, culture,
entrepreneurship in
Africa

Published in
cooperation with
UNESCO

Various

2006

Page 290 of 292

Africa

Africa

Africa

Africa

2006

Research
resources

Research
resources

Research
resources

Research
resources

internet

internet

hard

not yet
received

http://portal.u
nesco.org/cul
ture/en/ev.ph
pURL_ID=314
71&URL_DO
=DO_TOPIC

http://ocpa.ir
mo.hr/resourc
es/indexen.html

http://ocpa.ir
mo.hr/activitie
s/newsletter/2
009/OCPA_N
ews_No223_
20090226.pdf

Les rencontres
Africaines de la
Photographie,
Bamako 2005

Visual arts in Africa:


plagued by a litany of
problems & obstacle

Artthrob:
Contemporary art in
South Africa

Mercier, Jeanne

Owoo, John

Artthrob

CAJ, 2009

Survey of Content
and Audiences of
Video Halls in
Uganda 2005-2006

Marshfield, Katerina and van


Oosterhout, Michiel

Artthrob

Arterial Network

Ecole des Hautes


Etudes en
Sciences Sociales
(EHESS)

Uganda
International Film
Festival

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Website

Arterial News Vol 2


no 6

Bamako, Mali

Uganda

various

07-Mar

juin, 2006

07-Jan

Page 291 of 292

South Africa

Africa

Mali

Uganda

all

2007

2006

2007

visual art

visual art

visual art

Uganda

internet

pdf

hard

pdf

http://www.art
throb.co.za/

http://www.im
agineafrica.or
g/files/Arterial
_Conference
_Report.pdf

http://www.afr
icultures.com/
php/index.ph
p?nav=evene
ment&no=62

www.uiff.org

Intellectual Property
Rights, Copyright and
Development Policy
in a Developing
Country: Options For
Sub Saharan African
Countries

Nwauche, E.S.

CAJ, 2009

VANSA

Visual Arts Network of South


Africa

VANSA

Arterial Networks Bibliography for the Creative Economy in Africa

Paper presented to
the Copyright
Workshop at
Zimbabwe
International Book
Fair

Website

30th of July
2003

Various

Page 292 of 292

Zimbabwe

South Africa

2003

all

visual art

internet

internet

www.kopinor.
org/content/d
ownload/177
7/13422/file/zi
bf.pdf -

http://www.va
nsa.co.za/res
ources