Source: GNA - Mrs Amy Appiah Frimpong, Acting Executive Director of the National Theatre, has called on stakeholders and institutions to assist the National Theatre to offer programmes that project positive images of the Ghanaian arts and culture.

She said this would help the theatre to deliver on its mandate of promoting and presenting the performing arts.

Mrs Frimpong said this at the launch of the second edition of the Ghana Theatre Festival 2015 held in Accra.

 
 
The Adekyem Festival of the chiefs and the people of Bechem Traditional Area have been launched at Bechem, the Tano South District Capital.

The Festival which has for its theme ‘’Unity and Development’’ would be celebrated in November, 2015 with a number of activities to be climaxed by a ground durbar.

 
 
The 14th Dodze Deza festival has been launched in Accra, with a call on citizens of Dzodze and other members of the public to patronise the event to enjoy the rich heritage and culture.
The festival which would be starting on September 25 to October 3, at Dodze in the Ketu North District of the Volta Region, is to commemorate

 
 
Source: GNA - The Chief Director of the Ministry of Culture, Creative Arts and Tourism, Nana Bright Oduro-Kwateng says given the minimum resources required to his Ministry, the tourism sector could generate three billion dollars annually.

 
 
Source: GNA - Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur, Vice President, has urged traditional leaders to be development- oriented, in order to contribute effectively to the country's socio-economic development.

The Vice President made the call at a grand durbar of the chiefs and people of the Abeadze Traditional Area, under the able leadership of Daasebre Kwebu Ewusi the seventh, Omanhen of the area, and President of the Central Regional House of Chiefs, to climax activities for the celebration of their Ahobaa Kese Festival at Dominase Abeadze.

 
 
Ghana`s Tourism Tune has changed... From Ecological Tourism to Mass Tourism...

Source: GNA - Ghana plans to open up its tourism industry to visitors from alternative markets such as Turkey in a bid to meet the country’s 15-year tourism target of eight million tourists.
Ghana has a 15-year tourism plan, which aims to increase the annual number of tourists to Ghana from current the one million to eight million per annum by 2027.