Africa:The Accra Declaration - 2nd Kwame Nkrumah Pan African Intellectual and Cultural Festival
Reparatory Justice must be the clarion call of the African Peoples at home and abroad. This was the Declaration of the 2nd Kwame Nkrumah Intellectual and Cultural Festival which… Read more »
March 31, 2016
Ghana:Publish Report On 'Consultations' Over Plant Breeder's Bill!
It behooves the Committee to produce an official report detailing the "consultations" they claim to have done for all to know why Parliament still refuses to heed the demands of… Read more »
March 02, 2016
Africa:The Coup That Set Ghana and Africa 50 Years Back
Nkrumah wanted to industrialize Ghana within a generation, and everything was on course until the Americans and their British cousins used some disgruntled and self-serving… Read more »
March 01, 2016
Ghana:Remembering Carlos Santana's Ghana Visit 45 Years Ago
A chance meeting in a hotel and a missed opportunity... How one journalist, with nothing to talk about, had his love of music transformed by a guitar riff and a drum beat. Cameron… Read more »
February 16, 2016
Africa:The Coup Against Nkrumah and the Role of African Americans in the African Revolution
African American political organizations played a key role in influencing Nkrumah from the 1930s, until his removal from power in 1966 and beyond. Although the coup was designed by… Read more »
January 21, 2016
Ghana:What Will We Vote for in Ghana Come 7 November 2016?
Ghanaians are going to the polls on November 7. What will they be voting for? What do they hope to achieve? There are thoughtful lessons from a former president whose legacy… Read more »
January 11, 2016
Ghana:Acceptance of the Ex-Guantanamo Detainees Is Reckless
Why does Ghana want to be put on a list of countries who have defined themselves as those who tacitly approve of senseless US actions that often cause the deaths of innocent… Read more »
November 18, 2015
Ghana:Grandpa, What Do You Make of the Killings in Paris?
The West bombs other nations knowing what damage their powerful bombs can inflict on civilian populations, yet they complain when their civilian populations are targeted in… Read more »
November 17, 2015
Ghana:Three Heroes Celebrated
Scores of Ghanaians from all walks of life have paid glowing tributes to three heroes for their exceptional contributions towards the development of the broad progressive movement… Read more »
November 11, 2015
Ghana:Utilities Price Hikes Won't Solve Power and Water Problems
The problems facing the utility companies will only end when the economic problems underpinning the cedi slide are addressed. And these go beyond macro-economic stabilisation… Read more »
October 27, 2015
Ghana:Applying 'Mugabe Laws' in Ghana
The idea of indigenisation speaks to the need to put in place policies that anticipate trouble ahead both as the Ghanaian economy becomes more dependent on oil and as land… Read more »
October 19, 2015
Ghana:Ghana's Population Boom and the 'Youth Bulge'
That population growth is necessarily a bad thing is no longer a sensible theory. It is labour that creates wealth. African nations that are witnessing a youth boom must concern… Read more »
October 13, 2015
Ghana:Founder's Day, Anas and Justice
Two events that caught the headlines in Ghana recently were Founder's Day and the screening of the judicial bribery scandal video by investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas.… Read more »
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