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Qatar Tourism signs new CLIA partnership | News

Qatar Tourism and Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) UK & Ireland have announced a new partnership. The deal is designed to enhance brand awareness...

Mauritius on track for full tourism reopening in October | News

Mauritius is looking forward to the full reopening of its borders on October 1st, when vaccinated international travellers will be welcomed in without...

Lets Develop Video Games To Promote Our Culture – Akosua Abdallah | General Entertainment

The Director of the Community Youth Cultural Center at the National Commission on Culture (NCC) Dr Akosuah Abdallah has called for collaboration to...

Tourism Ministry ‘blows’ GH¢387,196 Marine Drive project funds on Kundum, AFRIMA festivals

Former Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherin Afeku •The Auditor General report has cited Afeku and some others for misapplying funds•The...

Herbert Mensah Mourns The Death Of Ghana’s Football Guru Jones Abu Alhassan | General Sports

Ghanaian businessman and sports administrator, Herbert Mensah says the passing away of Jones Abu Alhassan is a big blow to Ghana’s sports fraternity. He described...

Tourism Ministry to set up VisitGhanaHub at ‘2022 Made in Ghana-UK Festival’

The 4th edition of Made in Ghana-UK Festival 2022 was colourfully launched at the Obed Asamoah Conference Hall inside the Ministry of Foreign...

Made In Ghana-UK Festival 2022 Officially Launched In Accra | General Entertainment

The 4th edition of the Made in Ghana-UK (MIGHUK) Festival scheduled for March 2022 in London has been launched by the Deputy Minister...

Hilaire steps up as St Lucia tourism minister | News

Ernest Hilaire has been sworn in as the new minister of tourism for St Lucia following a change of government on the Caribbean...

GTA committed to promoting domestic tourism in Ghana

A photograph taken during the press soiree Mr Ekow Sampson, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), says the Authority would provide...

Make tourism studies a subject in pre-tertiary curricula – Prof. Owusu-Mintah advocates

Professor Samuel Benjamin Owusu-Mintah, a Lecturer of Tourism Education at the Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU), has called on the government to make...

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