Tuesday, November 12, 2019

I told them not to go undercover – Kabu Nartey writes

Few comments before I address the majors: any student of politics can relate to the sexual allegations levelled against some lecturers especially renowned political scientist of the University of Ghana, professor Ransford Gyampo. I...

WORLD POST DAY: How Ghana Post is riding on technology to boost growth

World Post Day is celebrated each year on 9 October. It is the anniversary of the establishment of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in the Swiss city of Berne. The date was...

A look at how The Post evolved with technology to contribute to development

Changes in trends and consumer preferences often force structural changes in industry.  Some companies re-invent themselves to survive and those who do not die. The Post has evolved through many developments and milestones the world...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BAWUMIA: The quintessential vice president who’s admired in silence by his critics

Today marks the 56th birthday anniversary of Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the erudite Vice President of the Republic of Ghana. This is the 3rd time Dr. Bawumia is celebrating his birthday as Vice President of the...

No apology for your happiness

Why are you afraid to show when you’re happy? Why must you hide the true state of your joy? Why are we encouraged to be apologetic about our success no matter the size thereof?...

Saving depositors money: Petition to the Presidency, EMT

On 19 August 2019, the Bank of Ghana announced the completion of the two-year clean-up of specialised deposit-taking (SDIs) and non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs). The outcome of this exercise has been the revocation of...

OPINION: Is Ghana becoming a bankrupt nation?

Ghana is classified as a frontier market in the region with fairly strong fundamentals which have posted modest economic growth over the period. As a market access country (MAC), the economy has been integrated...

Harruna Attah writes: The Rutgers Question: Disgrace in America!

Bedlam? It’s beginning to look and sound like it! For an opinion piece writer like me in Ghana these days, there’s never a dull moment, for there are so many subjects to choose from,...

When Good Deeds Turn Bad

Walking through the streets of Accra, one is likely to find a lot of plastic waste all over. Our gutters are choked with plastic, our rivers are engulfed with them and our streets are...

The world is falling in love with Ghana cocoa all over again

Consumers of cocoa products across the world have increasingly become aware of negative issues relating to the sourcing of the raw material for their favourite snacking food. A Farmgate Cocoa Alliance 2018 study established that...