Oil find: Ghanaians deserve to know what gov’t is doing

A Research Fellow at IMANI Ghana, Mr Bright Simons has expressed disappointment at the insidious way and manner in which the country's oil resource...

Social Networks and Kids: How young is too young?

Status updates, photo tagging and FarmVille aren't just for adults or even teenagers anymore. Researchers say a growing number of children are flouting age requirements...

The Benefits Of Summer School To Students and Parents

June every year is graduation month for most students at the Elementary and High School levels. The following month often sees some students including...

Ghanaians in Canada: A Special Report

By Kofi Akosah-Sarpong in Ottawa Daniel Tetteh Osabu-Kle(photo), 65, a former Ghana air force officer, is an associate political science professor at Carleton University...

Dilapidated Ghana Railway Company – Who do we blame ?

The virtual collapse of the Ghana Railway Corporation is indeed a sad indictment on the managerial capability of our institutions and the people in...

Are Ghanaian Children Less Intelligent?

Mr. Kwame Alorvi, President of National Association of Graduate Teachers, has argued that the solution to improving the quality of education in Ghana does...

Rastafarianism and Reggae Music in Ghana

Around the late 1960s and early 1970s, we began to see the infiltration of reggae music into the West African Region, particularly as a result of...

Turning Waste into Wealth

Thursday, 12 March 2009 IN some parts of Europe and North America, waste is regarded as wealth because it is the raw material transformed for...

Washington Mission celebrates Ghana’s 52nd Independence anniversary – Period of reflection

March 6th 2009, marks 52years of Independence of the Republic of Ghana. As the first country south of the Sahara to gain Independence, Ghana...

Ghana’s great online leap

Its capital has a virtual Ring Road of Internet cafe's and New York's traffic tickets are now processed here In Ghana, a small West African...