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3Music Awards: The Future Of Ghanaian Music Awards

Over the weekend, Ghanaian and African music acts won big at the 3Music Awards. In its fourth year, the event recognises artistes achievements of Ghanaian and African artists. This year’s edition however saw a shift in production and execution. Social media has been set ablaze by the performances and the entire show. KiDi, the biggest …

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5 INTERNATIONAL CHURCHES YOU DID NOT KNOW ORIGINATED FROM GHANA

Christianity arrived in the then Gold Coast in the 15th century, along with European merchants and missionaries. As the Europeans continued their activities and operations in the area, their religion also grew in influence. Today, Christianity is the religion with the largest following in Ghana. According to the census figures of the year 2000, Christians …

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CELEBRATING WORLD WATER DAY: 6 GHANAIAN WATERBODIES TO VISIT

Today 22 March, 2021 is World Water Day, a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate water and raises awareness of the global water crisis. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Valuing Water”, focusing on the unquantifiable value of water for our households, food, culture, health, education, economics and the integrity of …

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TOP 10 BANKS TO SAVE WITH IN GHANA

Banks are a significant part of the economy of every country, providing avenues of employment, financial security and stability for individuals and corporate bodies. With the rise of the Covid-19 pandemic, the definition of a “good bank” has evolved to properly encapsulate the qualities of the banks that have adapted to the times while staying …

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AKWAABA: THE UNTOLD STORY OF NANA AKUA ODURO

22 years ago, in a small photo studio in Accra, a photo shoot session that would birth a national treasure and the greatest tourism and hospitality export of Ghana happened. The Akwaaba photo, with a smiling young woman clad in Kente print, holding a black earthenware pot filled with what looks like palm wine is …

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CELEBRATING 5 GHANAIAN FABRICS THAT TEACH HISTORY

Fridays in Ghana are nationally instituted days for the wearing of locally made fabrics/ clothing in a bid to popularise and commercialise the rich and beautiful textile culture of the country. Like almost every other African country, Ghana has fabrics and textiles that are indigenous to the region, with history going back far in time. …

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CELEBRATING 5 GHANAIAN DISHES DURING THE NATION’S INDEPENDENCE

As Ghanaians across the world celebrate the independence of the nation all through the month of March, it is only fair that a spotlight is shone on the things that are generally considered fundamentally Ghanaian. One of these things is the distinct Ghanaian gastronomy which encompasses a limitless array of meals and dishes highlighting culture …

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Meet Dr Michael Obeng, The Celebrated Ghanaian-American Plastic Surgeon

Over the past few weeks, users of the social media platforms Tiktok and Twitter have witnessed the story and journey of Tessica Brown, the American lady who had her hair glued to her scalp and how she was ‘saved’ by Dr Michael K. Obeng. Tessica Brown went viral after she shared a video of herself …

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