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Embracing equity for national development: The University of Ghana example
Elizabeth Frances Sey, the first female to obtain a degree from the University of Ghana, graduated in 1953 - just five years after the establishment of the university. But it took 70 years to get a woman to lead the same university which…
Women’s rights are vanishing before our eyes – Guteres
Around the world, progress on women’s rights is vanishing before our eyes. The latest forecasts estimate that on our current track, it will take another 300 years to reach full gender equality.
BRICS: The obvious opponent of Western global influence
Brazil, Russia, India and China originally formed the bloc in 2009 after a series of meetings and understandings. The first BRIC Summit was held in Yekaterinburg, Russia on June 16 of the same year, where the Heads of State in question…
Will Fitzgibbon moves from ICIJ to The Examination – Reflections on a career and friendship
Anyone who is familiar with the Panama Papers, Paradise Papers, West Africa Leaks and other global investigative journalism collaborations, would know the name Will Fitzgibbon.
Aborting Domestic Debt Exchange Programme could be positive turning point for Ghana
It is beyond doubt at this point that the Ghana government’s efforts through the Ministry of Finance to convince holders of government bonds to buy into the Domestic Debt Exchange Programme (DDEP) has run into challenges and the earlier…
Commissioner’s suspension casts shadow over regulation of sports betting in Ghana
In November 2022 Ghana Business News published a two-month investigation into sports betting in Ghana and the potential of the country’s youth being addicted. During the investigation, we wrote to the Ghana Gaming Commission seeking…
Four years after killing of Hussein-Suale journalists in Ghana face mounting threats
On this fateful day on January 16, 2019, four years ago, an ominous, foreboding message rung through the airwaves, phone lines and messaging apps. Ahmed Hussein-Suale Divela had been cold-bloodedly murdered not far from his home in Madina,…
After NDC Congress: Can new executives lead party to victory in 2024?
The aftermath of the recent NDC National Delegates Congress has underscored the demand by the delegates for the party to change its direction if they are to wrestle power from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2024 election.
More than $5b remittances expected in 2023 to ease Ghana’s forex pressure
The pressure on Ghana’s forex is expected to ease, with an expected $5 billion in remittances for 2023, following a $4.7 billion inflow of remittances in 2022.
Dinner with Moussa Aksar, the journalist watching over the soul of Niger
Working as a journalist in most countries in Africa is an extreme sport. Especially working as an investigative journalist puts one in more precarious situations than can be imagined, and one of Niger’s journalists who has to face so many…