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Sad but true: Ghana doesn’t deserve Anas

Every now and then, on National Honours’ Day, Ghana decorates its heroes and heroines with one of four awards (there’s a fifth,...


She is Ghana

They gather in grandeur to honour her graciousness  Wrapped in beauty and wealth  Her land, great and  rich in resources


Nii Moi writes: As cedi plunges – Time for a nat'l economic forum

With the president finally stating publicly that he is “upset” over the rapidly depreciating cedi, and the implications for the...


The country where everyone is expected to be late

In our series of letters from African writers, Ghanaian journalist and former government minister Elizabeth Ohene explains why clock-watching...


Halifax writes touching, brotherly letter to Anas

Dear Anas, My friend, senior and brother, there is something you are getting really wrong and I wish to draw your urgent...


Gabby writes: Is Anas entertaining and winning?

This piece runs the risk of being misunderstood but I think it is important to ask these questions, anyway. In sum, based on what we...


Need for amendment of article 6(3) of the 1992 constitution of Ghana for the protection of children

Chapter 3 of the 1992 constitution of Ghana espouses the acquisition of Ghanaian citizenship. Clause 3 of Article 6 of...


Lotto banks: institutional failures or challenges?

The game of lotto is a highly risky business but the game became the pre-occupation of many Ghanaians sometime ago. The desire or craze...


IMANI's second letter to MoH on ineffective anti-snake serum & procurement breaches

February 26, 2019 Hon. Kwaku Agyeman-Manu Minister of Health Ministries, Accra


'As if some mad people live here': a state of sanitation address

The best photojournalism prizes are no doubt won by persons with great cameras and superlative technical and artistic skills.