The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture Acted Timely in George Floyd’s Case

Today the 5th of June 2020 recorded another historical event on the black history calendar as the leadership of the first country to be liberated from colonialism in Africa, Ghana, officially added her voice to the many cries of injustice given to people of color in the United States of America. But, what made this act of compassion so significant was its timeliness.  At, the point when tensions have been heightened in the United States of America with demonstrations, burning of shops and in some cases violent protests, one may…

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FiCAG Gets New Office and Advocates For Support For the National Film Authority

The Film Crew Association of Ghana (FiCAG) which is a body of professionals skilled in various aspects of film production in Ghana, has obtained an office in Accra. The National President of FiCAG Samuel Gyandoh said that this would allow for proper administration of the association. He thanked the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture for giving them the office space. Samuel Gyandoh also called on members of the various Film related associations and guilds to support the National Film Authority in executing its duties as this was a collective…

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Nana Yaa Talks About R&B, Being Underrated and a Brand New Album.

Ghanaian singer Nana Yaa a few days ago, opened up to Shine Publications in an exclusive interview from the United States of America. She said though her unique voice sometimes draws her focus to the RnB music genre, she remains committed to her home-grown Highlife music as this feels more of a responsibility to her. She also said that record companies today and even the Ghanaian music industry did not care about talent anymore but rather social media following. She said her previous album was a Highlife and Afrobeats dominated…

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Are Churches More Important Than Tax Paying Cinemas?

As we face the devastating impact the Coronavirus crisis delved to the Ghanaian economy, we have been compelled to go about our daily lives in order to survive even in the face of this killer disease. Therefore, business must go on, the Gross Domestic Product will still be calculated, and Ghana must survive. So, as we try to ease restrictions in order to allow further integration for more economic activities, the President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa – Akufo Addo in his most recent address to the nation on Sunday…

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