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Ghana Editorial

Make Room For Jaw-Jaw

In 1992, Ghana adopted a new pathway to development and governance by promulgating the Fourth Republican Constitution that focuses on the participatory approach to the

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Naked Security Coordinator

National security management in the country has never been so tawdry.Under the current National Security Coordinator, Lt. Col Larry Gbevlo-Lartey (rtd), confidence in the security

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Judge Sang-Hyun SONG: President of ICC writes on 10 years of the court

On 1 July 2002, the first three staff members of the International Criminal Court (ICC) entered the ICC’s building in The Hague, the Netherlands. On

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Dr. Kwame Nkrumah: 103 Years Ago

One hundred and three years ago, a political legend considered controversial in some circles was born to us in the sleepy town of Nkroful in

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Return To Ideals Of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

In September 2009, the late President J.E.A. Mills declared September 21 the Founder's Day in memory ofident, Dr Kwame Nkrumah.Incidentally, that day marked the 100th

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Ghana: The world’s latest refuse dump

You would think that with the depressing statistics in relation to our environment, the Government (and people) of Ghana would be making strides to clean

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Problem with the 45 seats

The other day, President John Dramani Mahama made a passionate appeal to Ghanaians to stop putting impediments in the way of state institutions and allow

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Multinationals in Ghana really pay less in tax than market traders

This was the issue that perturbed the Honourable Member of UK Parliament for Monmouth, Hon. David Davies, as demonstrated in his article, “Are multinationals in

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Deal With Power 'Stealers' In Ghana

Ghana is suffering from a power deficit for its domestic and industrial endeavours. Presently, parts of the Greater Accra Region are experiencing regular power outages

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Avoidable Asphyxiation

Four kids, according to a story elsewhere in this issue, yesterday died through asphyxiation under circumstances which are anything but responsible on the part of

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Ghana’s day of shame

Friday June 1, 2012 will go down in football history as Ghana’s day of shame. Official lethargy and inefficiency probably threw the country into a

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Ghana cedi on a downward spiral

It appears the against the US dollar which is creating consternation within the business community is also revealing the inefficiency of the country’s central bank.The

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Ghana's dark political history

Ghana's dark political history has entries about disappearances and outright assassinations of persons regarded as thorns in the flesh of the political establishment.Many have disappeared

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Creation of new constituencies

THE decision to create additional forty-five constituencies has generated unnecessary tension in the country with the two so-called leading political parties, the National Democratic Congress

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Why the stakes are high with Political investors

Many political analysts have opined that the stakes are very high for the upcoming December 7 , 2012 elections. Whenever I hear such statements; I

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Welcome Madam Eva Lokko!

THE Progressive People’s Party (PPP) has indeed indicated its battle readiness with the announcement of Madam Eva Lokko as Dr. Nduom’s running mate.AFTER months of

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Who are Ghanaians listening to?

WE are full swing into the political campaign season and apart from the known political parties we now have a lot of new ones that

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Frustrations in getting a Ghana passport

The process of acquiring a Ghanaian passport looks uncomplicated on the surface. One needs to purchase a passport application form from an approved point of

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