Reforms on the Agenda in Ghana

Ghana is slowly, but surely, working its way to becoming a middle-class economy. But, not everything is rolling along smoothly just yet. Reforms are invariably on the cards across the country – and the different levels of the economy. Each change brings with it the hopes for a better, more economically secure Ghana, starting with Read more…

Ghana’s Goals

Ghana’s Goals   It’s World Cup time again – and Ghana is looking to become Africa’s first champion. All eyes are turning towards Brazil and the hopes of beating the German team in the Group G round. It won’t be an easy feat, but if there is an African nation that can do it, it’s Read more…

Happy Birthday Ghana

Ghana has just turned 57!  No one could have predicted where the country would be when the British flag was replaced with the Ghanaian black star.  Although Ghana is now another year older and wiser, its people are constantly trying new things.  And an entrepreneurial wind is (ever) blowing through its cities.   Take Moonlight Read more…

Ghana Leads Continent

  Ghana, like every other developing country, is linked to the more developed economies – and the policies they impart on the rest of the globe.  Although Africa is not making the currency headlines to the same extent as the Asian markets, inflation and exchange rates are taking their toll.  Still, Ghana is not burying Read more…

Sometimes, It’s Not about Taking Off

The New Year has taken off, and Ghana, like the rest of the world, is in full swing.  As always, it is a bumper year for football and politics.  It is a momentous year for local arts and culture.  And, as always, there are always bound to be a few gems cropping up along the Read more…

Ghana’s 2013 Goodie Bag of Triumph

Every now and again, it is an excellent month.  You know, when everything is like one of those goodie bags that we give children at birthday parties.  As you reach your hand into the bag, it clasps another pleasing surprise.  It seems that month has come along for Ghana.  It is not just expectations for Read more…

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