Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Bibi Bright writes: The creative arts sector of Ghana – Any progress?

The role of the creative arts in national development has been emphasized over the years yet the level of commitment required in ensuring that...

MBA Mode Fashion Institute wins maiden edition of Wear Ghana Inter-Fashion Schools competition

Over the weekend, many fashion students, fashionistas and fashion industry players across the length and breadth of the capital trooped to the Nkrumah Water...

The Case of Agbeshie and Medikal

This post is a few research done for a period since I started working for the giant music streaming service in Africa called Play...

Ghanaians are a special breed of greedy, evil people – Akua Blakofe

Former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Development Company (GTDC) Oheneba Akua Manfo, popularly known as Akua Blakofe has expressed disappointment in...

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 attention to it,...

Ayawaso violence: Why we can’t just condemn and move on

Many have condemned and criticized it to be wrong, but do we just condemn and leave it to hang? I do not require an...

AMA BONUAH WRITES: Love is fulfilling

Sometime ago, I posted on my Facebook wall that I wanted a description of love. A number of people recommended love poems to me....

Kojo Preko Dankwa’s open letter to Creative Arts Council

I am happy the Creative Arts sector in Ghana is growing though critical issues are affecting the industry.  This I know will go along...

Value Addition in Africa is futile; unless coupled with increased Intra-Africa Trade

Studies show that a substantial share of Africa’s regional trade is informal, on the order of 30% to 40%. This informal trade is pervasive...

NANA YAW WRITES: Are we not over hyping these Nigerian artistes

Did you know Cassper Nyovest did a 85,000 capacity while Davido and Wizkid did 20K Capacity? The issue of Ghanaians versus Nigerians; from music to...