Some final year students of the Department of Theatre Arts at the University of Ghana have launched special community based projects at a press briefing in Legon.

Ideas may seem idiotic on their face but their centre piece bears many branches capable of holding firm the pride of a generation. Sobolo plus chicken poetry show with Gombilla the poet may as well be seen as such.

The Voice Of America (VOA) every week profiles music artistes on the African continent and this week it makes a stopover in Ghana for a musical chitchat with one of the country's topmost female artiste, Wiyaala.

Politically active celebrities are most noticeable during election period, when they come out openly to declare their support for political parties and their presidential candidates.

The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Hon. Abla Dzifa Gomashie has expressed hope that Parliament will pass the Film Bill into law when members of the House resume sitting.

The Executive Director of Black Star International Film Festival, Ms Juliet Asante, has urged the government to adopt a policy that would require all Ghana’s embassies abroad show only Ghanaian movies to patrons who call on them.

A level 200 student of University of Ghana, Geraldine Atta Sappor has been crowned Miss Tourism 2016. The 19-year-old beat competition from other beautiful contestants to walk away with the enviable crown at the grand finale held at the National Theatre.

The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Hon. Abla Dzifa Gomashie is urging Ghanaians to adopt Azonto as a national dance.

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