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Travel Africa: Best hotels In Ghana…

Our Hotel Pick Of The Month: Visiting Africa soon? Why not visit Ghana!  Ghana is known for its rich culture and traditions… Our Hotel pick of the month is Golden Tulip Accra Hotel Did you know that Ghana has lots of Castles and over 40 slaves castles… Whether you are visiting Ghana for business or pleasure, you will need a place to rest and relax,  Golden Tulip Accra Hotel is the place for you! Golden Tulip Accra, is a four-star Superior First Class Hotel, with 238 rooms. This African-Style hotel is situated in Accra, capital and the largest city of Ghana. Golden Tulip Accra is situated in a...

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TBT: Don Lemon of CNN travels to Ghana in search of his roots…

In search of his ancestral roots, CNN’s Don Lemon travels with his mother to Louisiana and Ghana. Hope this will encourage others to follow his footsteps.  Past history, Origin and Culture is not always pleasant….You have to taste a culture to understand, learn about your past and origin to know where you get your Meekness, Strength, Zeal… “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey Credit: Don Lemon of CNN/CNN Visiting Africa soon? Why not visit Ghana, did you know that Ghana has lots Castles and more than 40 slaves castles?...

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THE BIGGEST GHANAIAN EVENT RETURNS TO LONDON!

London, UK – Its back, bigger and better! The Akwaaba Group will once again stage the most anticipated event of the year! Ghana Party In The Park, scheduled to take place on Saturday 15th July, at popular North London Trent Park, is set to be the biggest one yet. The annual event attracts thousands of attendees every year from across UK & Europe and has rapidly become the biggest family outdoor affair in the country.  The 2016 occasion saw ‘Skin tight’ singer Mr Eazi and ‘Kontrol’ producer & artist grace the stage and Ghanaian heavy-weight rapper Sarkodie surprised his fans with melodies of...

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Africans In China: Coronavirus Discrimination..

Over the years, China and Africa have remained in great alliance politically and economically. As a result of the association between them, both parties have benefitted from its partnership through  education, trade and many more. However, this Covid-19 pandemic which officially surfaced in Wuhan, China and spread through more than 160 countries worldwide has created a lot of controversies and pain for lots of innocent Africans in China. China, had the highest recording cases during the early days of this virus and has now reportedly able to manage the situation and work around it through their total lockdowns. The...

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REBELLION AND FASHION IN ONE PLACE: THE WOMEN OF HERERO.

One ethnic group that struggled a lot during the colonial period is the Herero inhabiting mainly Namibia. During the Bantu movement, they migrated to today’s Namibia where they lived through herding and agriculture. The 18th and 19th centuries saw them battling with Nama groups of South Africa and German colonialists. Sadly, most Herero people were wiped out during these times. Now, as an attribution their ancestors being slaughtered, the surviving women of Herero are dressing in a distinctive style that resembles the traditional costumes. The question that comes to mind is; what was the chain of events that led...

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