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Ghana’s Chale Wote festival creates opportunities and fosters knowledge production
Ghana’s Chale Wote festival creates opportunities and fosters knowledge production
To understand the potency of the multisensory intoxication that is the
Ghana's 'Chale Wote' festival creates opportunities and fosters knowledge production
Ghana's 'Chale Wote' festival creates opportunities and fosters knowledge production
To understand the potency of the multi-sensory intoxication that is the Chale Wote Street Art Festival held in Accra, Ghana annually, I begin in...
Smartphones have unintelligent effects on classrooms
Smartphones have unintelligent effects on classrooms
It’s remarkably common for classes to be disrupted by teachers answering their cellphones, a study has found. Schoolchildrens’ phones are also...
Ghana's formidable 'queen mothers' rise up
Ghana's formidable 'queen mothers' rise up
The women came from the far corners of the country by the dozen, from traffic-choked Accra, bustling market towns and remote rural villages –...
Blitz the Ambassador lights up the diaspora
Blitz the Ambassador lights up the diaspora
Blitz the Ambassador has been around the world in the past three years. Almost! The Accra-raised and Brooklyn-based hip-hop artist has been...
Ghana accused of using child labour in mines
Ghana accused of using child labour in mines
Ghana’s mining industry has been benefiting from child labour in unlicensed mines, Human Rights Watch has said, after conducting field observations in the in the Western, Central and Ashanti Regions....
Accra floods: Ghana locals mourn loss on social media
Accra floods: Ghana locals mourn loss on social media
The Accra floods have left hundreds of workers in the capital of Ghana stranded as the heavy downpour submerges the city. Some locals have been...
Ghana moves cautiously over inflation
Ghana moves cautiously over inflation
Ghana's central bank unexpectedly raised its benchmark interest rate by one percentage point on Wednesday to keep inflation under control.
Afcon 2015: Bright start for Algeria, Senegal
Afcon 2015: Bright start for Algeria, Senegal
Group C kicked off in Mongomo with two comebacks as Algeria went behind and then saw South Africa miss a penalty before rallying for a 3-1 win to...
An unlikely stop in the pursuit of the perfect wave
An unlikely stop in the pursuit of the perfect wave
"‘It’s DJ Shocker!” someone shouts, pointing towards the stage, where a young man is standing behind a rented 1990s desktop computer flanked by...
'Lease rip-off': Envoy carpeted
'Lease rip-off': Envoy carpeted
South Africa’s former high commissioner to Ghana stands accused of fleecing the government of more than a million rands in rent and the cost of...
Ghana moves interest rate meeting forward
Ghana moves interest rate meeting forward
Ghana's central bank will hold its bimonthly interest rate meeting two weeks early to respond to economic developments as a weaker cedi spurs...

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