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Bulawayo– Artists who are beneficiaries of the Culture Fund grants have been urged to assist their colleagues in the arts industry. Speaking on the sidelines of the workshop of artists facilitated by the British Council and the Culture Fund Zimbabwe Trust, one of the educators, Chris Timbe, said the allocation of the grants is not done selectively but not all artists can benefit from it. He said the workshop that is currently underway is aimed at training and equipping artists with entrepreneurial skills that will enable them to develop themselves and the country.
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