GUBA was founded in 2010 (London) by Dentaa Amoateng.
The first edition of GUBA USA is scheduled to take place at The Pierre, A Taj Hotel, New York on Thursday, September 26th, 2019.
The categories include: Influential Artist Award, Creative Influencer, Ghanaian Association of the Year Award, Charity of the Year Award, Innovation in Science and Technology Award, Exceptional Contribution to Medicine.
Technological Achievement Award, Exemplary Achievement in Education Award, Young Woman in Science Award, GUBA Public Service Award, GUBA Young and Talented Award, Excellence in Africa Advancement Award, GUBA Student Excellence Award, Editorial Excellence Award and African Innovator of the Year Award.
‘Five African Presidents will grace the occasion as special guests of honour.
Special Guest, Legendary Hollywood producer and actor, Danny Glover
17 Award Nominees, 11 Black Star Award Recipients’ GUBA
The nominees are selected based on their appreciable contribution to the world.
Here is the list of categories and their nominees;
Ghanaian Association of the Year Award
The Association of Ghana Lawyers of America
Ghana Physicians & Surgeons Foundation
Virginia Association of Ghana Nurses
Ghanaian Engineer & Architects Association of America
Entrepreneur, actress, TV presenter and Akosua Dentaa Amoateng MBE is a year older today. Join us un wishing this talented lady and awesome birthday!
The award-winning media personality has been in the game since 1995 and still counting. She began her acting career at a younger age when she used to perform plays and talent shows.
Officially, she came into the limelight somewhere in 1995 when she starred in British TV series like EastEnders, Run Baby Run, Prime Suspect, Holby City and Judge John Deed.
Dentaa in 2005 began her singing career where she released a gospel album dubbed, “Wo Ye Nyame” which sold massively around the world and gained airplay on radio stations in Ghana.
She also produced and hosted a TV show known as the Dentaa Show in 2006 for three consecutive seasons. Other shows she has co-hosted on include, miss Ghana UK,2007, TV3 Mentor and Ghana Music Award, 2009.
In 2010, she was the presenter for Ghana’s premier make-over show, Darling Beauty Diaries.
In 2013, she earned the award for the African women in Europe (AWE) for her recognition as the icon and role model to black women living in Europe.
She was awarded an MBE during her majesty queen Elizabeth II’s birthday honours in 2016.
Then in 2017 she won the Ghana Peace Awards Humanitarian Service Laureate in Accra, Ghana and was regarded as part of the 100 most Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs for her promotion for the Ghanaian community in the UK by the African Network of Entrepreneurs.
Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Leleti Khumalo, the stunning and gorgeous Actress is a year older today! Join us in wishing the Multiple-Award winning star a wonderful birthday!
Leleti Khumalo: Sarafina Then And Now…
Check out ageless Leleti Khumalo! South African actress Leleti Khumalo is best known for her leading roles in the feature films Sarafina!
(1992..she starred alongside Whoopi Goldberg) She also played the character of Busi Dlomo on Generations as Ngubane’s.
Some of the movies the South African, Multiple-Award winning star Leleti Khumalo has starred in iconic movies such as Sarafina, Cry, the Beloved Country, Hotel Rwanda, Africa United, Yesterday, Winnie Mandela…
Award-winning actress Leleti Khumalo who is best known for her leading role in the movie Sarafina is a year older today!
Join AfricanCelebsin wishing this phenomenal actress an amazing birthday… Wishing ‘Sarafina’ God’s richest blessings on her birthday and every day.
Born in 1970, in Kwa-Mashu township to the North of Durban, Leleti Khumalo took keen interest in performing arts. She was a member of the youth backyard dance group Amajika led by the talented Tu Nokwe…
Leleti Khumalo auditioned for Mbongeni Ngema’s musical in In 1985, which became the iconic movie Sarafina! One of Africa’s best films to date! It is believed Mbongeni Ngema wrote the lead character of Sarafina with Leleti Khumalo in mind.
Aside Sarafina, which she starred alongside Whoopi Goldberg in 1992, Leleti also played the character of Busiswe Dlomo on Generations as Ngubane’s, Yesterday and Hotel Rwanda Leleti Khumalo was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress… she has won several awards….