It’s hard not to imagine what could have been, or indeed could be in postcolonial Ghana if the political will and right management was in place.
Ghana has a housing crisis and Accra is increasingly marginalizing those who are far from able to get a piece of the real estate pie.
Nigerian band VILLY & The Xtreme Volumes wants to open the world’s eyes to the political and social realities of the continent through a catchy and danceable repertoire.
For years Bisi Silva, Nana Oforiatta-Ayim and others have been active players in the art world. Why are they being written out of the story?
“An African City,” the web series about five single women in Accra, Ghana.
The world, via American, is getting to know about how in Ghana the lines between religion and politics, and fact and fiction are often blurred.
From the entertaining, mundane and sometimes depressing events and revelations, five of the most important lessons we learned from this year.
Considering James Town’s weighty history, which played a huge part in shaping Ghana, it seems only right that when re-imagining a future Accra we start at the place where the city began.