HIFA is a 6-day annual festival and workshop programme that showcases the very best of local, regional and international arts and culture in a comprehensive . News. For information on media accreditation at HIFA, please contact HIFA at the following address: [email protected] TRESOR 6 May A night of cultural. HIFA has scheduled a packed programme of music, dance, plays, circus, street performances, spoken word, visual arts, crafts, applied arts and workshops.
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HIFA 2012 Programme
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