Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Watchman: The documentaries of Ghana’s Anas Aremeyaw Anas

I first met undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas in a small, hot room on the rooftop of a building I was told I could describe, vaguely, as a safe house. We were in a relatively quiet...

HR Today: Surviving chaotic leadership

Have you ever worked with a leader who was always inviting chaos or a boss who constantly had to create drama at the least instance? With little or no provocation; they can great chaos...

Changing the ‘weak cedi’ narrative

Today, the Ghanaian economy has grown in leaps and bounds as compared to other African countries. The economy has been diversified and developed to match some of the most vibrant economies within the sub-region. Throughout...

Edward Adeti writes: Soyinka, Anas, the Partridge and the Poacher

Just this morning (Tuesday June 25, 2019) I woke up to a post on Facebook by one Nivon Gansallo about a young man who reportedly asked Nobel Laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka to move from...

Travelogue: Diplomatic Stopover in the Caribbean State of Trinidad and Tobago

At the mention of the Caribbean Twin State of Trinidad and Tobago, the thoughts that run through the mind of an average Ghanaian is perhaps regular participation in world beauty contests, deep blue seas, ...

The Garden: The tea bag

The tea bag is probably one of the most underrated and misinterpreted sex styles in history.  I mean if you even try and do some historical research, you're sure to stumble upon the likes...

Fathers’ Day: Meet “Abosuo”, the Man redefining Chop Bar in Koforidua

George Agyapong Boateng is his real name, but he is Popularly Known in Koforidua as "Abosuo"- a chop bar operator whose food is widely patronized in the Eastern Regional capital. Abosuo started operating Chop Bar...

Lamu Coal Plant in Kenya has a lot of positives – lest we forget

The construction of the 1050 megawatt Lamu Coal plant in Kenya is expected to create some 1766 jobs during the initial stage. The $2 billion plant to be constructed by Amu Power Company Limited, a...

Ushering Ghana into a full cash-lite society; the role of E-Kiosk

The Cash-lite dream has been the core objective of many countries in the World due to its: 1. Socioeconomic benefits. 2. Safety and security of Cash flow. 3. Uninterrupted rotation of Cash from one wallet to the...

Peace and Thankfulness: Ghana’s prayer from Jerusalem

Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, last week organised their annual series of prayer breakfast meetings in a bid to mobilize the international community of Churches and government leaders “to align themselves in prayer with God’s...

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