The National Theatre is set to hold a highlife live band show as part of Independence Day celebration.
Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare on Monday said Government had released one million Ghana cedis for the creative arts industry to enhance its development.
Nana Kaakari Appau the Second, Omanhene of Bekwai, led tributes at the one-week celebration of the late Nkwantananhene of Asante-Bekwai, Nana Osei Akoto the Third, at Bekwai.
Traditional rulers trained by the Ghana Health Service (GHS) on Ebola and Cholera prevention have begun modifying some of the negative cultural practices that can lead to the outbreak of such diseases.
Stakeholders in the fight against child and forced marriage in Ghana have expressed concern about failure by authorities to prosecute perpetrators of child marriages because existing laws criminalize the practice.
The Ashanti Regional Peace Council has taken steps to defuse rising tension at Kumawu and Pakyi Number Two due to chieftaincy disputes. The other hotspot is Agogo, where the destructive activities of Fulani herdsmen are bringing them into direct confrontation with the local farmers.
The chiefs and people of Gomoa Akranmang have petitioned the Omanhene of Gomoa Akyempim Traditional Area to de-stool Nana Yaw Egyire Ahor II, Gyasehene of the town, for gross misconducts.
The Gukpe-Naa, Naa Alhassan Abdulai, Paramount Chief of Tamale, has appealed to the people of Tamale to celebrate the Damba Festival peacefully to sustain the current peace to facilitate the development of the area.
The National House of Chiefs (NHC) has appealed to the people to unite their efforts to bring change and make things better for everybody.
Mr James Zuugah Tiigah, Upper East Regional Minister, has urged traditional authorities to use cultural festivals to promote peace and initiate development projects to help promote the socio-economic lives of the people.