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IMANI Study: How to attract more entrepreneurs to Ghana – Part 3

QUALITY OF JUDICIAL PROCESSES Ensuring that the quality of the judicial system is up to a high standard is crucial...


IMANI Study: How to attract more entrepreneurs to Ghana – Part 2

COST OF ENFORCING CONTRACTS The cost of enforcing contracts, if too high, can act as a disincentive for those seeking...


IMANI Study: How to attract more entrepreneurs to Ghana – Part 1

Conducting business should be a peaceful experience for entrepreneurs. Nonetheless, every so often, something goes wrong between the...


Ghana prioritises agriculture for poverty reduction and job creation

Akosua Elizabeth is the leader of the women farmers in Asankasu in Eastern Ghana. In the new farming season, she and farmers in her...


Unlocking the value chain: Private sector lends momentum to Ghana’s Planting for Food and Jobs prog.

The predominant business in rural areas is farming. In Africa, although they hold the key to ending poverty and hunger, the majority...


Planting for Food & Jobs revolutionises agriculture in Ghana

Africa’s smallholder farmers are the vital link to the realisation of the continent’s agricultural transformation, with agribusinesses...


Freemasonry and the Ghanaian Society – Part 1

The Grand Lodge of Ghana (GLOG) is exactly 10 years old. Congratulations to all Freemasons in Ghana. To mark...


Djokoto’s Diary: Government on the ropes!

The first of April should be a holiday dedicated to citizens as a reminder of what our government does to us for the other 364 days...


Accra to Paga by rail, how soon? - Part 2

Just as I was putting finishing touches to the first instalment of this piece, news came through that the Ghana Railway Company Limited...


What is cultural about a widow contesting for a Parliamentary seat?

I have heard some people who portray themselves as advocates of culture say that Madam Lydia Seyram Alhassan need not contest the seat...