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Friday, 8 October 2010

A minority hissed in the audience preferring the traditional speeches on public and economic government policy changes than the relaxed environment as delegates sat drowning their heads in conference brochures and newspapers.


It was out of the ordinary, fascinating to watch dance play out during session of conference with a finale of vibrant speeches on culture and arts within local communities by ministers captivated a partial audience.


However as a fan of cultural arts, I too raised my eyebrows questioning the relevance of the celebration when people gathered ‘together in the national interest’ to hear more on the new announcement changes impacting women, families and earners.

The costumes, stage and dance sequence, glitter did however appeal to some applauding at the end.

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