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Dutch Studies Day on 1 October in Cape Town

Dutch Studies Day on 1 October in Cape Town

STUDIO SASNEV in collaboration with the Kaapse Forum Neerlandistiek (KFN) supported by the Taalunie, the
Diplomatic Representation of Flanders in South Africa, the Consulate-General of Belgium in Cape Town, and the
Dutch Embassy in Pretoria invites you to “Neerlandistiekdag” and this year’s opening of the Celebration of the Dutch
Language.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver's werf at the Vrystaat Arts Festival

De Schrijver’s-werf is a project that aims to create a community of writers, poets and theatre-makers who are connected by the Dutch language commonality. This language commonality allows for participants to comprise individuals from a vast range of countries and regions. These countries and regions include but are not limited to the Netherlands, Flanders, Suriname, Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin, South Africa, and Namibia.
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Third Flemish vaccine donation to Mozambique
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Third Flemish vaccine donation to Mozambique

On January 7, a Belgian-Flemish donation of 1.209.600 Johnson & Johnson vaccines (via Covax) took place at the warehouse of the Medicine and Medical equipment center of Maputo. Deputy General Representative of Flanders, Kaat Matthys, was present at the handover of the vaccines to the Government of Mozambique, represented by vice-minister Lídia Cardoso.

This is the third Belgian-Flemish donation: on October 20 and on November 8, deliveries of respectively 150,000 and 207,000 Astra Zeneca vaccines took place. Another donation of Johnson & Johnson vaccines is in the pipeline and is expected to arrive in Maputo in the coming weeks. With these donations, Belgium is among the biggest contributors of vaccines to Mozambique, together with China and the US.

To facilitate the donation, Flanders worked closely with the federal colleagues, the Ministry of Health of Mozambique and UNICEF.

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