Togo: Will Talks Meet the Demands of Fed-Up Togolese?
Protesters are demanding President Faure Gnassingbé leave power. The ruling party and army are adamant he stays. Read more »
May 30, 2017
Ghana: Gold, Guns and China - The Fight to End Illegal Mining
Hundreds of thousands, including many from China, are engaged in illegal artisanal mining. How can the government stop it? Read more »
May 08, 2017
Africa: The Hope and (Over-)promise of Ghana's New Government
The new administration has vowed to fix Ghana's struggling economy. But has it set unrealistic expectations? Read more »
December 06, 2016
Ghana: What's At Stake in Too Close to Call Election?
Pollsters disagree on who will win in a presidential race that has been more about personalities than policy. Read more »
October 31, 2016
Ghana: Electoral Commission Under Fire Ahead of Close Elections
Four years after disputed elections, things are again not going smoothly for Ghana's electoral body. Read more »
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