Wednesday, July 17, 2019

HR Today: Critical questions for new employees

The actions you take during your first few months in a new job have a major impact on your success or failure. Build positive momentum early on and it will propel you through your...

Goliath, David is coming! – Valerie Sawyerr writes

I have always hated oppression of any sort. When we sing the national anthem, I feel my blood rushing when we get to “and help us to resist oppressor’s rule with all our will...

It’s time to #ChangeDirection on mental health

The World Economic Forum estimates that mental illnesses will account for more than half of the economic burden of disease over the next two decades – more than cancer, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases...

The Garden: Oh my orgasm

“Squirting is so unAfrican" that was a tweet from a fellow African brother trying to dismiss this act by pinning it to Western culture and immediately the Pan African in me said oh no!...

Be bold! Let’s legalize marijuana for medicinal purpose

There is a sweeping change in how people perceive marijuana globally. Marijuana, particularly in medicinal form is increasingly becoming popular and shaking off its old negative stigma. The change has been spurred by the...

Chapter One Restaurant unveils new menu

Launched on 3rd December 2015, Chapter One restaurant was introduced as Accra’s exclusive dining destination for business, pleasure, or the perfect combination of both. With its welcoming ambience and award-winning Executive Chef, Ruby Paintsil, Chapter...

The Garden: When rain clouds gather

I had prepared to write about another subject this week when just on the second day of the week something prompted a turnaround of events. It was in the evening of Central African Time when...

Politics and development agenda of Keta

Keta was once a viable trading community in the Volta Region of Ghana. The trading activities involved buying of goods and services among other businesses that boosted economic activities there. Another significant attribute was the...

Opinion: Corruption the root cause of Ghana’s serial problems

The wave of insecurity, kidnapping and armed banditry across Ghana are born out of corruption, intolerance, poverty, impunity, unemployment and injustice against individuals. This case is emblematic of larger crisis. Practically no single day passes...

Health Facts: Cholera prevention and control

What do you know about cholera? ▪Cholera is a disease caused by a bacteria called Vibrio Cholera ▪ Cholera causes diarrhoea (frequent passing of watery faeces) and vomiting ▪ Cholera can cause death from dehydration (the loss...

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