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Ghana’s Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture on 9 September unveiled the seven pillars of Beyond the Return, a successor initiative to 2019’s Year of Return campaign that reportedly welcomed about 1.5 million tourists from the diaspora to the country.
Plans are underway to construct a multi-purpose edifice to boost event tourism, creative arts and economic growth in Kumasi, Ghana’s second-largest city.
The National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN) announced that it has approved an additional 608,050 Namibian dollars (about 36,400 U.S. dollars) under the NACN’s Arts and Culture COVID-19 Relief Fund.
The National Film Authority (NFA) in Ghana has inaugurated the Film Classification Committee (FCC) to regulate all audiovisual works for public viewing.
The Afreximbank announced the decision at the opening of Creative Africa Exchange, a two-day event co-organized by Times Multimedia, the Afreximbank and the Rwandan government. “Creative industries can be potent vehicles for more equitable, sustainable and inclusive growth strategies for African economies,” said Afreximbank’s president Benedict Oramah.
Dr Ziblim Iddi Barri, Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, has expressed satisfaction at the work of the committee instituted to review the Ghana Cultural Policy.