There May Be Power Alternatives, But It’s Not Helping the Cedi

Dumsor is a disaster in every quarter. Sure, it’s not as though someone is purposefully creating the chaos of darkness in Ghana, but it still feels malicious in the middle of it. Fresh food would be nice – as would the means to prepare it and store any leftovers. More troubling is when you can’t Read more…

Currency and Light? Yes, That’s a Question

Across Africa, not just Ghana, things are changing.  The continent is simultaneously advancing in some areas while forced to tackle some age-old development questions in others.  In some countries, like Ghana, political stability is becoming the norm, but it still needs to deal with the difficulties of its neighbours more often than it might like.  Read more…

Blackouts and Black Stars

2015 is rolling off to… well some sort of start. Between rolling blackouts and the Black Stars rolling around in new cars, there’s a lot the public wants to discuss this year. And the people are beginning to push their views forward. Blackouts aren’t new. There are areas of the globe that are frequently left Read more…

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