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To ensure that Zimbabwe provides the best possible business, regulatory, technical and fiscal infrastructure to enable Zimbabwe’s creative businesses to flourish commercially and to increase overseas investment and trade in Zimbabwe’s creative industries.


The Performing Arts Network of Southern Africa (PANSA) has invited Nhimbe to participate at a two day Theatre Directors-In-Waiting Indaba to be held at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, South Africa from 5 – 9 July.
The Indaba seeks to explore new methodologies of identifying theatre directors who are permanently sidelined from the mainstream of creative development, opportunities to create entry level
participation for new directors, as well as to engage with the difficult conundrum of not getting an opportunity without experience, or not getting experience without an opportunity.
Further, the Indaba will discuss and analyse the rate at which the respective national creative industries from where participants are drawn are producing theatre
directors to service the diversity of artistic expression in the Southern African creative sector.
The Zimbabwe delegation comprises Nonhlalo Dube (WiTT), Lloyd Nyikadzino (ITI Zimbabwe), Soukaina Edom (Afrikera Trust) and Josh Nyapimbi (Nhimbe). The trip is
supported by Africalia in the framework of the Nhimbe-PANSA partnership.

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