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(From Panafrican News Agency (PANA) Daily Newswire)
Johannesburg, South Africa (PANA) - The 29th session of the World Heritage Committee meeting in Durban, South Africa, Monday unanimously approved an African World Heritage Fund and an African Position Paper.
Officials from Benin, Nigeria, Egypt, Zimbabwe and South Africa represented Africa at a meeting on concerns that the continent's World Heritage Sites required urgent funding for maintenance purposes, capacity building, awareness-raising and to monitor the implementation of the World Heritage Convention in Africa.
Four countries - China, the Netherlands, India and Israel were said to have …