Category: History & Culture

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Meet the Ghanaian artist who dazzles with incredible pencil drawings

Meet the Ghanaian artist who dazzles with incredible pencil drawings

One of Ghana's most influential artist, Frederick Mwenviel Dibkuu is at the forefront of the contemporary art scene, having received considerable accl ...
National Theatre celebrates Harriet Tubman

National Theatre celebrates Harriet Tubman

Patrons who thronged the National Theatre from Thursday, February 21 to Saturday, February 23 to watch the play, Araminta! Harriet Tubman Lives had an ...
History – Nile Valley

History – Nile Valley

The River Nile has for centuries given work and spiritual sustenance to millions of people in Africa. In a region with unreliable rainfall and poor so ...
Remarkable Facts of Africa

Remarkable Facts of Africa

. In 1462 Pope Pius II declared baptized Africans should not be enslaved. Columbus never saw North America. He visited many Caribbean islands and the ...
Singapore : Events & Festivals in Singapore

Singapore : Events & Festivals in Singapore

By Rayne: Known as a melting pot of cultures, exotic Singapore offers a unique thrill for holidaymakers in search of novel experiences. Local r ...
When will Winneba know peace?

When will Winneba know peace?

About 200 years ago, exactly on February 6, 1812, Henry Meredith, the Commandant of Winneba Fort was captured by the Effutus and killed in a barbaric ...
Young artists dazzle audience at Kempinski Concertini

Young artists dazzle audience at Kempinski Concertini

Young artists are usually seen performing in school plays or talent shows but hardly a concert. Management of Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel, however, ...
The Roots of Slavery

The Roots of Slavery

The term slave has its origins in the word slav. The slavs, who inhabited a large part of Eastern Europe, were taken as slaves by the Muslims of Spain ...
History: Falasha Village

History: Falasha Village

The earliest reference to the Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews), or Falasha appears in the chronicles of the emperor Amda Seyon, who ruled in the first hal ...
First black woman to be inducted into the British Hairdressers Hall of fame is a Ghanaian

First black woman to be inducted into the British Hairdressers Hall of fame is a Ghanaian

When it comes to dominating the British fashion and entertainment industry, Ghanaians in the UK seem to be ahead of the game. From Edward Enninful, Jo ...
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