Floods and a Flood of Financial Aid

At long last, we’ve stopped talking about the power situation in Ghana.  But, we might just miss the electricity issues.  Sometimes, a lack of power is preferable to flooding and football inquests.  And that’s not all that’s happening in Ghana.  It looks like everything is beginning to move again in the country… from all that 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…

What’s Going on in Ghana This Month

The holidays are over (much to the dismay of most people), and 2015 is kicking off to a winning start – hopefully, quite literally.  You see, it’s time for the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) again.  And that’s always big news for the Black Stars and the Ghanaian public as a whole.  But, before we Read more…

Ghanaian Economy Turning a Corner

It has been a rough year for African economies, indeed all emerging market economies.  Currencies faced a battle from the moment that the much awaited Fed action took place.  And, although there are plenty of other areas where Ghana shines above the African competition – such as the ever dwindling AIDS prevalence rates – the Read more…

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