Browsing All posts tagged under »Ghana tourism levy«

GHANA TOURISM: THE WAY FORWARD

November 20, 2014

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This article entitled Ghana unveils tourism development plan appeared on the Ghana Tourism Authority’s social media sites. It sparked an exchange initiated by one Olivier Malinur. There were four comments. I copied and pasted the first two on the Scrap Short term Tourist Visa to Ghana site, but then when I went to copy the […]

HAPPY WORLD TOURISM DAY (2): COLLECTING THE TOURISM LEVY!

September 27, 2014

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Guess you have deduced how important I consider tourism to be. I celebrate it twice once erroneously on the 26th and now again on the 27th! I do want to make the day memorable! Yes, today is WORLD TOURISM DAY and did you know that tourism is a trillion dollar sector, moving over one billion […]

HAPPY WORLD TOURISM DAY 2014: AND GHANA TOURISM IS NOT AN EMBARRASSMENT!

September 26, 2014

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Yes, today is the day the world celebrates tourism, domestic and international, as a major contributor to economies and development. The stats are flying, and flying high, I might add, as numbers are increasing beyond all expectations. Ghana too is now starting to take interest in her stats recently forming a committee to get the […]

MAKE CHAIRMAN’S EMAILS AVAILABLE TO TOURISM COMMUNITY: Mr Akunu Dake, Chairman of the GTA board and Mr Edem Kpodo, the GTDC board chair.

December 20, 2013

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This article appeared in today’s online Daily Graphic and it has prompted me to write a madinghana post on a series of comments I’ve placed on the Ghana Tourism Authority Facebook page. They appear following my HAPPY TOURISM TUESDAY greetings and under GTA and GTD Committees inaugurated Here’s a synopsis of the comments. And at […]

FOUR VILLAGES INN: THE NUMBERS

August 25, 2013

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Probably my hotelier friends will think I’m crazy. What business owner divulges his numbers? But remember madinghana a.k.a. Four Villages is a migrant coming from the teaching profession, the public sector, and this is his first foray in the business world, the private sector. Well, I do this revealing on the occasion of the implementation […]