Nkrumah's government was driven by large scale state development projects. They have a mixed legacy. Can Ghanaians “redeem” the fruits of his development visions?
Organized US Soccer is perceived as middle class and white. Seattle, Washington wants to break with that via its professional women's team.
Priya Ramrakha was one of the most prolific photographers of Africa’s independence movements in the 1950s and 1960s. A new book highlights his impact.
Soccer came to Ghana with “a Jamaican educationist." That's the popular version. It's not entirely correct.
To address high unemployment in Ghana, many entrepreneurs and “labor experts” present volunteerism as the way out of poverty and unemployment.
One of the weirder displays of Pan-Africanism descended on Johannesburg’s Soccer City on the evening of July 2, 2010.
Two of Africa's standout talents at Russia 2018--Moussa Wague and Francis Uzoho--were shaped by a football academy in Qatar. A new book tells that story.
Collecting football stories that highlight the world – the African world, in this case – and making the Seattle game global in the process.
One Ghanaian football fan wrestles with which teams to support in this year's World Cup after the Black Stars failed to qualify.
Israeli propaganda in Ghana, and elsewhere in Africa, is aimed especially at evangelical Christians.
More than a decade after his first hit, Wanlov the Kubolor remains a fiercely creative, independent and critical deconstructor of all things commercial.
Historian Jeffrey Ahlman talks with Dan Magaziner about Nkrumahism's shifting forms, and its influence on contemporary decolonization movements.
How to change the erroneous perception of Africa as technology backwater. Go look, for example, at what the "Maker Movement" is doing in Ghana and Nigeria.
As Ghana moves forward with a US military agreement, one group seeks to challenge the country's political direction.
Is the US military on its way to Ghana to set up base? What do Ghanaians think.
A video clip widely shared on social media purportedly shows Ghana’s president Nana Akufo-Addo making “controversial” comments
Recently Fanon’s life work has received quite some attention from the academic world.
Little attention is given to how Indians are viewed and treated not only on the African continent, but by peoples of African descent across the world.
“New Yorkers Put Arms Around Dr. K. Nkrumah” read the June 1951 New York Amsterdam News
Jesus is coming. Jesus is here. Jesus is killed by local preachers worried about the drastic