Cape Town Carnival explores creativity in our African cultural roots

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The Cape Town Carnival held it’s third Cultural Creative Workshop last Saturday in its colourful Maitland premises. This first inperson occasion attracted a large audience, and strict physical distancing, hand sanitizing and mask wearing didn’t deter active participation. The three-weekly workshops stimulate and connect the Cape Town Carnival community performers, artists and interested public.

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