Veteran Ghanaian actress Rama Brew has said the Actors’ Guild of Ghana has not done enough to support actors in Ghana. She said the actors’ association needed to do more to support actors especially those who have given their hearts out to the industry in their career for several decades but today have nothing to show for it.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Monday, January 27, 2014
Motivational Speaker asks youths of Africa to seize the moment to make the continent the next superpower
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It was an honor for me to chat with Albert on behalf of my blog’s audience and his cool demeanor really made us hit it off pretty smoothly. Our conversation lasted about half an hour within which we talked about his beginnings and passion for his work to the reason why he feels the best place for Africa’s youths to be is in Africa.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
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Saturday, January 18, 2014
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A Connecticut woman has shown support for a man whose daughter was allegedly called a ‘pet’ by a Florida based Doctor during a treatment session in that Doctor’s office on Monday January 13, 2014 and asked this blog to join in her quest to create more awareness for people with Down Syndrome and their relations.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Sunday, January 5, 2014
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#TheAfricanDream had the privilege of talking to Rexford Nkansah; a member of Planning Wikimedia Ghana (PWMGH), which is working on establishing a recognized Wikimedia Chapter in Ghana. We had this conversation prior to the departure of Mr. Nkansah to South Africa to further the work of free access to information with the Africa Center.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
#TheAfricanDream has a question(Q) and answer(A) session with Lovina of 5Linx about her life, new book and future intentions. Find the details of our Q&A below (and enjoy the attached video of it as well).
Q: Since Ghana is your birth country, give us a short history of your life there and why you left
A: I grew up in Tema where my father worked for VALCO (Volta Aluminum Company) a Kaiser subsidiary. I was blessed to have such a wonderful childhood in which I did my elementary education at Tema Parents Association which in my view is the best school in Tema. I continued to Mfantsiman Girls for my high school education. After my high school education I worked for the government of Ghana for a year as a Kindergarten Teacher as part of requirement for anyone who intended to attend an institution of higher education.