Ghana

 
Pearls of wisdom hide ugly truths
Pearls of wisdom hide ugly truths
What do pink plastic pearls have to do with unemployment, especially for our children?
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
Fighting the spread of fake drugs in Africa
"I can't differentiate between fake drugs and correct drugs."
Even with a slow start Ghana's president Akufo-Addo is fulfilling election promises
Even with a slow start Ghana's president Akufo-Addo is fulfilling election promises
One factory per district, free secondary education, more investments from abroad, curbing corruption: Nana Akufo-Addo promised Ghanaian voters a lot...
Zimbabwe can learn from Ghana’s political and economic success
Zimbabwe can learn from Ghana’s political and economic success
There is a personal story I share with my children and staff by way of saying never be shy of conflict: no storming, no norming, no performing....
EU chicken dumping starves Africa
EU chicken dumping starves Africa
The European Union has a long and shameful history of abusive agricultural trade practices directed at Africa and other developing regions. Its...
Mercury rising: Gold mining’s toxic side effect
Mercury rising: Gold mining’s toxic side effect
Across Africa, from Mali to Tanzania to Zimbabwe, millions of people, including children, work in small gold mines. Artisanal and small-scale gold...
Reliving West African highlife
Reliving West African highlife
HIGHLIFE GIANTS: WEST AFRICAN DANCE BAND PIONEERS by John Collins (Cassava Republic)
Avram Grant resigns as Ghana head coach
Avram Grant resigns as Ghana head coach
Avram Grant has quit as Ghana's head coach after more than two years in charge, the country's football association said on Tuesday.
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
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 –...

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