Category: Contemporary

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Being African and American same time

Being black in America is rife with challenges, but how is the experience different for those born to African parents? Or those who were born in America, but return to pursue life in their...

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My take on corruption: A generation in crisis

News about famous investigative journalist Ana Aremeyaw Anas’ expose of the rot in Ghana’s judicial system has been making rounds for over a month now. Amid the ongoing investigations, views have been rife including...

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When ‘JEALOUS’ causes men to weep

I have always believed in this one self-philosophy; “stay strong and never let your emotions take full control…” and for me it was the perfect interpretation of absolute strength. But I’m just about to...

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Gender Equity is a Man’s Issue

The typical Ghanaian society, takes pride in telling ourselves we are incredibly intelligent, technologically advanced and in some cases civil. There is no doubt that we have achieved and can pound our chest to...

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Tragedies are not common to only Africa

The belief that Africa is cursed has become a thought making rounds for decades and regrettably, some Africans have embraced this fate. Mustapha Jimah’s article titled ‘Is Africa a cursed continent?’ suggested that the...