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The growth of South Africa's cultural industries depends on broader state policies

By Akhona Ndzuta, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of South Africa
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At many discussion panels about repairing the cultural and creative industries in South Africa, a familiar slogan is echoed: artists should solve their own problems. This seems fitting when one considers that this sector has unique problems understood mainly by those who work in it. It is an atypical sector. And to solve a problem one must involve those directly affected by it.

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