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Black History Month: What is it and why do we need it?

February is Black History Month. This month-long observance  is a chance to celebrate Black achievement and provide a fresh reminder to take stock of where systemic racism persists and give visibility to the people and organizations creating change. Here’s what to know about Black History Month and how to celebrate it this …

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Confusion over Arts Centre relocation

The establishment of the Marine Drive Tourism Investment Project at the present Centre for National Culture (CNC) on the High Street in Accra, popularly known as Arts Centre, has necessitated the relocation of performers, traders, artisans and civil servants. The relocation exercise, headed by the Coordinator of the Marine Drive …

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Asantehene urges government to promote domestic tourism

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has called on the government to invest adequately in the tourism industry to help boost domestic tourism. He said it was incumbent on the government to streamline initiatives aimed at promoting domestic tourism to enhance Ghana’s revenue generation. He made the call when the …

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NGO to promote tourism in Ghana launched in Takoradi

Journalists for Tourism Advocacy (JTA), a Non- Governmental Organization (NGO), which aims at assisting journalists to develop an interest in reporting on tourism matters to drive tourism growth in the country has been launched in Takoradi in the Western Region. JTA will be the anchor to shoulder research works, statistics, …

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Mauritius reopens to foreign visitors after Covid shutdown

Mauritius fully opened its doors to international visitors on Friday, hoping to rebuild its vital tourism industry after long months of isolation because of the Covid pandemic. The move was greeted with a mixture of optimism, relief and some caution in the Indian Ocean paradise.”This reopening is inevitable because 100,000 …

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Made in Ghana-UK Festival 2022 launched in Accra

A Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Mr Kwaku Ampratwum Sarpong, has launched the 2022 Made in Ghana-UK (MIGHUK) Festival at the offices of the ministry in Accra. The event, scheduled for March 2022 in London, is expected to bring together over 5,000 visitors and buyers to patronize …

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