Opinion

How Ghana’s historic homecoming is changing Africa

It’s the last Saturday of the year in the heart of Accra, Ghana’s capital. The air is thick with the…

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Human Extinction Now Imminent and Inevitable? A Report on the State of Planet Earth

There is a significant body of evidence that human extinction is now imminent; that is, it will occur within the…

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Ex-wife of Ayalolo Transport PRO makes damning allegations of serious physical abuse

“He was the best drug ever. The high of being with him was intoxicating. Nervous butterflies were on a rampage in…

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Giving hope In agony, the story of a Ghanaian lady living with Lupus

It takes a person with a heroic or warrior spirit to give hope to others, to inspire and motivate others…

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Our Vanishing World: Birds

At the beginning of the nineteenth century, it is estimated that the total number of passenger pigeons in the United…

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How to spark a global movement: Ghana’s ‘Year of Return’ welcomes 1m visitors

Tourism is big business. Globally, it accounts for more than 10% of GDP. According to the World Travel & Tourism…

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U-turn versus U-turn Referendum: SԐ wo soro biribi!

Ho, ho, ho! Never a dull moment in these times of Bedlam! Some may be bemused, some may see illegality,…

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Prof Gyampo shares thoughts on Referendum

Dear Friends,As you may be aware, I have been quiet for some time just to be able to submit myself…

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OUR CHILDREN’S FUTURE, by John Scales Avery

Loving care for our children We give our children loving care, but it makes no sense to do so unless…

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Our Vanishing World: Wildlife

Throughout its history, Earth has experienced five mass extinction events. See, for example, ‘Timeline Of Mass Extinction Events On Earth’.…

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CULTURAL HISTORY, by John Scales Avery

Reformed teaching of history Human nature has two sides: It has a dark side, to which nationalism and militarism appeal;…

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Esther Armah launches #IAmUNLEARNING

Gender activist Esther Armah has begun a project on African men and masculinity today Tuesday November 19, which also happens…

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