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Mamprusi People; Eldest of the Mole-Dagbani Ethnic Group

Mamprusi People; Eldest of the Mole-Dagbani Ethnic Group

Gbewaa Zuu; Tohagu Zuu, is the King and Overlord of Mamprugu kingdom. The ancient King of Africa. It’s with no doubt that, the Mamprugu Kingdom is the oldest kingdom in Ghana and has been in…

After the death of Naa Gbewaah; the power struggle between Zirli & Kufogu

After the death of Naa Gbewaah; the power struggle between Zirli & Kufogu

The overlord of the Dagbon Traditional Kingdom is the Ya-Na, whose court and administrative capital is at Yendi. The Dagbon Kingdom has traditional administrative responsibilities hitherto a cephalous group like the Konkomba, Bimoba, Chekosi, Basaari, Chamba, Wala, Gurusi and…

Susanna Al-Hassan First Female To Be Appointed Minister In Africa

Susanna Al-Hassan First Female To Be Appointed Minister In Africa

Source; Radio Tamale 91.7 Susanna Al-Hassan born on 27th November 1927 and died on 17th January 1997, was a Ghanaian author and politician, who in 1961 became Ghana’s first female to be appointed minister. She…

The Development of Art Creation in Ghana

The Development of Art Creation in Ghana

Article by: Rahamatu-Lahi Zakaria || Editor in Chief || Sanatu Zambang Newsroom Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art (SCCA) dream started in 2013- Ibrahim Mahama The passion that started Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art (SCCA) was the founder’s dislike…

Wiyaala wins Artiste of the Year at Ghana Arts and Culture Awards

Wiyaala wins Artiste of the Year at Ghana Arts and Culture Awards

Source; Ameyaw Debrah Ghanaian singer, Wiyaala has been crowned Artiste of the Year at the maiden edition of the Ghana Arts and Culture Awards (GACA). The awards ceremony which took place at the Accra International…

”SALMA SALIMBU” workshop at the Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art (SCCA)

”SALMA SALIMBU” workshop at the Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art (SCCA)

This article was first published on Contemporaryand   The Savannah Centre for Contemporary Art (SCCA), located in Tamale, Ghana, is an artist run project space, exhibition and research hub, cultural repository and artists’ residency. SCCA-Tamale intends,…