Big IMF Changes on the Cards for Ghana

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) recently released a report detailing the costs of remittances from Ghanaians abroad. And, the news is sad indeed. In Europe, it’s possible to pay as much as €6 for transfers up to €50. That’s steep no matter how you dice it – and it makes it difficult for families Read more…

Is Ghana’s Growth a Promise?

It’s easy to believe that the worst of dumsor is over. That’s not to say the energy sector is in any way fixed. If you listen to politicians, it’s still a mess. And, of course, just ask any Ghanaian that’s still afraid to purchase food for more than two days at a stretch. Across Africa, Read more…

What’s Really Happening with Ghana

President Akufo-Addo would really like us to concentrate on some of his nationalistic drives, such as his promotion of the local arts. He’s not wrong. The development of local culture and literature is a means to deep nationalism. And generally speaking, when artists can make a living undertaking their craft, it’s a good sign that Read more…

Goals May Go In, but Things Are Leaving Too

There’s nothing like a triumph for the Black Stars. No really. Ghanaians thrive when their football team does what everyone believes it can. Given that they continually get close, but hardly ever make it all the way, we’re all just waiting to make it over that hurdle (with clenched stomachs and sweaty palms). Anticipation will Read more…

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