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Mark Addo, a rising star in Ghanaian football administration

Our paths crossed about three decades ago as little kids in Primary School. We barely sat in the same class at the time but often went...


Tariff war between US and China: Implications for Ghana, others

During the 2016 electioneering campaign, Donald Trump labelled the People’s Republic of China a “currency manipulator” and promised...


Bright Simons writes: Is Menzgold a financial innovator?

When the Menzgold issues started to garner public traction, not many people thought it was interesting enough to spend any time analysing...


Why seasonal floods at glefe is self-inflicted

Glefe is a fishing community located between a stretch of a lagoon and the sea in the Ablekuma West Municipality. It stretches from...


Tribute to a mentor; Adieu, Prof Atukwei Okai

These were some of my instant reactions when at 9.30 p.m. on that fateful Friday a friend called and said he had heard that Professor...


Anis Haffar writes: Kofi Annan reflects on Nkrumah

It comes to a point in every discerning person’s life where you begin to feel in the core of your being that some things are simply...


The Kofi Annan I remember

There are a few things as defining of a great man as a sense of calmness and grace. Kofi Annan was the very epitome of greatness, the...


Kofi Annan: the women’s rights advocate

We woke up to the sad news of the sudden departure of a global icon and a dear son of Ghana, a diplomat par excellence, Mr Kofi Annan....


V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe evoked memories of third republic

Justice V.C.R.A.C Crabbe who passed away in Accra last Friday at 95 was an outstanding jurist and administrator, but a big part of...


The entrepreneur behind Ghana's future inventors

"Sir, sir, sir," scream more than 30 children in exhilaration, jumping out of their small wooden chairs in a classroom on the edge...