A young Ghanaian tourism Promoter starts free travels for People with Disability With inspiration from a chorus in a patriotic song titled; “we are all involved”, buoyed by the support from siblings and friends, Joseph Asameni Obiri is making a difference in the lives of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs). The 29-year-old with a first degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management […]Read more
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President John Dramani Mahama, of Ghana who performed the commissioning ceremony, was hopeful the project would position the Tema port as one of the leading ports in turn-around time and capacity in Africa. “Government’s vision has been to position the ports of Ghana as the trade and investment gateway to the West African sub-region. I have never hidden my vision […]Read more
A Nigerian student of Medical Sciences in Ghana at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has broken the institution’s academic record. The Nigerian student identified as Fathia Ayodele Kareem won a total of 12 out of 15 awards. The 25-year-old academic genius is an alumnus of the Wesley Girls High School. During her period of academic study at […]Read more
African visa: Is Namibia set to join Ghana, Rwanda, Seychelles to offer visa on Arrival for all Africans?
NAMIBIA will soon abolish visa requirements for Africans, President Hage Geingob said yesterday during the official opening of the Foreign Policy Review conference. Namibia and other African states have long considered the possibility of a common continental passport by 2018 as part of the African Union’s Agenda 2063. Geingob yesterday reiterated that as the first step in always welcoming its […]Read more
By Dele Momodu Fellow Nigerians, the shocking exit of Britain from the European Union has compelled me to choose this important topic today. I had voted on Thursdayin London to keep Britain in the EU but the proponents of Brexit won the day, unfortunately. Prior to that important day in the British calendar, I had listened keenly to both sides […]Read more
By Christopher Farai Charamba Richard Mullin once said: “The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa . . . for he has so much to look forward to.” Over the past few years the global perception of Africa has been changing. The Africa rising narrative coupled with the positive growth rates in many […]Read more