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New conspiracy to recolonise Africa in the name of democracy – Prof. Awoonor

The Chairman of the Council of State, Professor Kofi Awoonor, on Wednesday lamented that the African continent was in crisis and that there was a new conspiracy to “recolonize it in the name democracy”. He said the recoloniazation agenda of today was similar to the earlier colonization of Africa where …

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Use PANAFEST to defeat modern forms of slavery in Africa – Mahama

Vice President John Mahama, has called on African leaders and people of African descent in the Diaspora, to use the celebration of PANAFEST and Emancipation Day to defeat modern day slavery that is confronting Africa today. He said the celebration should not only be used to create doors of rebirth …

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Book on bird guide for Ghana launched

A book on bird guide for Ghana was on Friday launched with a call on the public to preserve birds. The 352-page book titled “Birds of Ghana” is aimed at educating the public on the need to desist from harming domestic birds that can source of tourism and attract investors. …

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Dr. Anyah urges attention to health tourism in Ghana

Dr. Felix Anyah, Executive Chairman, Holy Trinity Medical Centre & Holy Trinity SPA & Health Farm, is calling on the government and industry players to pay attention to health tourism, a fast growing product in Ghana’s tourism sector. Dr Anyah observes that Ghana has several advantages in health tourism saying …

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Director of Du Bois Centre urge Africans to cherish their culture to develop the continent

Mrs Bernice Ann Deh-Kumah, Acting Executive Director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture, has called on Ghanaians and Africans in the Diaspora to cherish the African culture and heritage for the development of the continent. She noted that there were valuable collections of materials on Pan-Africanism, …

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Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm commissions fish farm

The Holy Trinity Spa and Health Farm, the leading holiday and natural health spa destination in Ghana has commissioned a fish farm, set up to meet its requirements for fresh fish at the resort. The fish produced from the farm would be included on the resort’s culinary list. In an …

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UNCTAD to hold West-African Roundtable session on e-Tourism

The UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) will from today July 19, 2011  hold a roundtable section to discuss e-tourism in West Africa in Bamako, Mali. According to UNCTAD, the discussion is to “enable and improve shared understanding, strategic diagnostic and policy responses to development challenges in the field …

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High airfares threaten this year’s PANAFEST – Delegation

The 200-member delegation from Trinidad and Tobago, planning to attend this year’s Pan-African-Historical-Theatre-Festival (PANAFEST) has drastically reduced to about 50 due to the “incredible increase” in the price of airfares. Dr. Ben Abdallah, a member of the Panafest Foundation, who criticised the high prices on Wednesday at the launch of …

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