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UNWTO To Rebrand Africa

From many parts of the world, 111 tourism gurus, notably African Tourism Ministers, professors of Tourism, diplomats and technocrat in from East, West, Central Southern Africa, the United States, India, Nepal, Spain and the UK, have converged at the Ghana's capital city, Accra.

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FINDING SOLUTION TO PLASTIC WASTES IN GHANA

BY ZAKARI MUSAH

As a nation, it is important to accept that for one reason or the other the management of plastic wastes in the country has not been the best and therefore calls for concern by all to come on board and find a lasting solution to the

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Ghana’s search for long term development plan

THOUGH Ghana has achieved some successes in socio-economic development since independence, and the foundation has been laid for the economy's take off, much still remains undone.
Indeed, the 2007 Human Development Report, generated by

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Ghana’s search for long term dev’t plan [1]

GROWING up in Bolgatanga, the Upper Regional (now Upper East Region) capital, in the 1970s, I witnessed massive infrastructure springing up in the region that is sandwiched between Togo on the East and Burkina Faso to the West.

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All you need to know about the Digital Terrestrial Migration

Ghana will be finally migrating from Analogue to Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting by march 2016.This has been the news moving on the airwaves for some time now and Ghanaians are still wondering how ‘big a deal’ this migration is suppose to be.

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Pope Francis the Environmentalist: Saviour of Planet Earth - our Common Home

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

A popular Ghanaian adage says: “If a baby crocodile rushes out from under the water to announce that his father and mother are at each other’s throat then you better believe him.”

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Is Ghana losing the battle against Galamsey and its environmental costs to sustainable development of the nation?

By Mawutodzi Kodzo Abissath

 

Do you remember that Bible story where the Master Jesus Christ is reported to have asked his apostles in a boat: “Why are you afraid?” Then he added, “You men of little faith?” (Matthew 8: 27).

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FOR INCREASED FOOD PRODUCTION, THE SMALLHOLDER FARMER DESERVES ATTENTION

By G.D. Zaney


Agriculture is the backbone of Ghana’s economy and about 80 per cent of total agricultural production is attributed to smallholder farmers—including women— with the potential to transform into a commercially-viable and sustainable enterprise,

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