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Ghana In Focus aims to bring you the lowdown on Ghana including critique on the hot topics making waves in Ghana as well as buying property in Ghana, renting in Ghana especially in the capital, Accra. Also looking at building a property in Ghana and some of the things to look out for such as building materials and environmental factors. We will also be looking at land acquisition in Ghana, giving insight into issues like site plan, indenture, title and land certificate. Ghana In Focus aims t ...
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- Developing With The Private Sector - Managingghana.com is a vibrant private sector knowledge hub and podcast. Launched in 2019 by Ebenezer Denzel Amanor, an international trade consultant and data and e-commerce enabler in emerging markets, managingghana.com features impactful conversations with successful professionals, entrepreneurs, and business people.
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GNews Ghana

GNews Ghana

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GNews Ghana is a social news and entertainment website designed with Ghanaians in mind. The website covers breaking news and topics in areas of Business, Entertainment, People and Politics, Love and Romance, Technology and Everything else. GNews Ghana combines the best content, technology, and distribution capabilities to connect with millions of engaging Ghanaians who rely on us for a modern, intelligent take on the world around them. GNews's audience consistently ranks as the most affluent ...
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Am I Ghana Die?

Kristina Vazovsky

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Привет! Меня зовут Кристина Вазовски. 2 апреля 2019 года я поеду в Гану снимать документальный фильм про смерть. Я не знаю, как обращаться с камерой, у меня очень мало денег и почти не осталось времени. «Am I Ghana Die?» - это мой аудио-дневник, в котором я каждый день буду рассказывать, как продвигается подготовка к съемкам фильма. Умру ли я в процессе - вопрос открытый. Обратная связь: Telegram-канал @amighanadie Instagram @krisvazovsky Почта amighanadie@gmail.com
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In Ghana, types of cloth and the design of textiles are about more than just fashion. Woven Kente cloth is a great status symbol, marking wealth and, in the past, office - something to be worn on important occasions and by important people. Adinkra is a printed fabric, hand-made and worn mainly for funerals, which are very important celebrations in Ghana. The tracks on this album introduce the Kente weavers and Adinkra workers, show the creative processes behind the textiles they make, and r ...
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In Ghana, types of cloth and the design of textiles are about more than just fashion. Woven Kente cloth is a great status symbol, marking wealth and, in the past, office - something to be worn on important occasions and by important people. Adinkra is a printed fabric, hand-made and worn mainly for funerals, which are very important celebrations in Ghana. The tracks on this album introduce the Kente weavers and Adinkra workers, show the creative processes behind the textiles they make, and r ...
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Slangs By Ghanaians

SBG Podcast & Blog

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Akwaaba! Ghanaian slangs are so fun to know and use. Are you a Ghanaian diasporan or a non-Ghanaian interested in the Ghanaian culture? Planning on visiting Ghana anytime soon? Listen to our podcast and get all the info behind popular Ghanaian slangs! Team: Wendy, Jeff, Peaches and Eamy We have got a blog too! Read via: www.slangsbyghanaians.wordpress.com The podcast is available on all popular podcast streaming platforms. Email us your feedback/enquiries: slangsbyghanaians@gmail.com Let's g ...
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Ghana i mit hjerte - den ghanesiske kultur lever også i Danmark Så skal vi i gang med sæson 2. Podcasten, der før hed Afrikas Millenials, er nu omdøbt til Ghana i mit hjerte. Anders Guldberg og Lærke Sivkjær har talt med mennesker, der alle har rødder i Ghana. I podcastseriens seks episoder bliver du klogere på tanker om identitet, drømme og meget mere. Disse historier er fortalt af mennesker, der alle har en ting til fælles: de har Ghana i deres hjerter. Ghana i mit hjerte er produceret af ...
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This week's edition of Ghana in focus investigates the trend of big companies leaving Ghana. Ghana is considered as the gateway to Afrika. However due to the severe economic challenges the country is going through many big businesses have been compelled to leave Ghana. This state of affairs is worrying particularly as the government sees industrial…
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This week's edition of Ghana in focus analyses why Ghanaian youth should stay in Ghana rather than seeking greener pastures on the West. Over the last 4 years there has been a marked increase in the numbers of Ghanaians that have left the country. We explain some of the reasons why Ghanaians have decided to leave the country. We then go into detail…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus looks at the vexed issue of land in South Afrika. Land was a fundamental issue in the whole FREEDOM struggle in South Afrika. We detail the importance of land to a people and how central land is to the nation building aspect of a people. We detail how Mandela and the ANC (Afrikan National Congress) were manipu…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus looks at 30 years of so called democracy in South Afrika. 30 Years ago this week Nelson Mandela became the first democratically elected president of South Afrika. We state that the system of apartheid never ended with the election of Nelson Mandela and the ANC (African National Congress) government. We start b…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus looks at Rwanda 30 years on from the genocide that resulted in the loss of over 1 million Afrikan lives. The western media and political establishments present the narrative that Rwanda is an Afrikan economic 'miracle' and the leadership of Kagame is an example of progressive Afrikan leadership. The essence of…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus continues our series looking into the beauty industry. We look into the epidemic of skin bleaching in the global Afrikan community. Before this we put a rap on the hair issue and state the damaging toxic chemicals that are present in the hair products. We advise what chemicals to look out for and also provide …
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus examines the effects of the hair care industry on Afrikan (Black) women. We start by analysing why Afrikan women globally spend huge amounts of money trying to look like European women. We then go into depth using history and mind control techniques how Afrikan women were programmed to hate their nappy, kinky,…
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus ends our heritage month series looking at aspects of Ghanaian life. This week we analyse why the LGBTQ agenda is anti Ghanaian family values. This is in light of the anti LGBTQ bill unanimously passed in the Ghanaian parliament that is now awaiting the President of the Republic of Ghana to ascend the bill into …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus continues our Ghana heritage series month. We look at Kumasi as a viable investment destination. Kumasi or Kumase is the second city of Ghana and is the capital of the Asante Region of Ghana, Kumasi is a 5 and a half hour journey by road from the capital Accra and is also easily accessible by plane from the Kot…
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As part of our heritage month series, this week's edition of Ghana in Focus looks at some more authentic Ghanaian dishes. The dishes we feature include the national dish of the Asante people Fufuo and Palm nut soup (Ab3nkwan), the national dish of the Ga people, Ga Kenkey (Ncran Dokonu) and a Ghanaian street food classic K3l3w3l3 (spiced fried swee…
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This week's episode of Ghana in Focus asks a pertinent question, who really owns Ghana. This is in light of Ghana celebrating its 67th year of so called independence on 6th March 1957. The question of who really owns Ghana is a cogent one given the assertion that political independence is meaningless without economic independence. Given this we ana…
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus highlights the president of Ghana's State Of the Nation Address (SONA) and stress this is a president who is seriously out of touch with reality. We go into numerous topics that the president mentioned or did not mention and give our take on these topics. Health - we explain that the state run clinics/ hospital…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus reviews the just ended Afrikan Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Ivory Coast. By all accounts the football fiesta that was AFCON was a great success with more than 2 Billion people watching the event in more than 170 countries. Added to this most of the stadia hosting the matches were sold out culminating in the final…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus analyses the Biopic of Bob Marley, ONE LOVE. We explain the rationale for the movie and stress that certain factors like the marketability of the film and the type of message the producers / directors of the film wanted to portray were all considerations before the release of the film. The portrayal of Marley …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus looks at marriage in the Ghanaian/ traditional Afrikan setting. We explain the concept of marriage in the Ghanaian / Afrikan tradition and why the institution of marriage is valued deeply and the role this plays in the community / nation. We explain the difference in the concept of marriage between the Afrikan …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus examines the vexed question that many Afrikan (Black) women in the West and some in Afrika claim that there are no good Afrikan (Black) men out there. We scrutinize this claim by stating what is a definition of a good Black man? We explain some of the socio economic nuances especially in the West that creates t…
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus looks at the outrageous decision by Britain to 'loan' to the Asante nation, stolen Asante crown jewels. We chronicle the history of how these precious crown jewels were stolen by the wicked British during the Asante-British wars of 1800-1904 where the main aim of the British was to steal the Asante Golden stool…
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Ghana crashed out of this year's Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) by failing to beat lowly Mozambique and therefore failing to make the knockout stages of the AFCON for a second tournament in a row . They are many reasons why Ghana failed at AFCON 23 some of which include the Ghana Football Association (GFA) allowing the impressive Otto Addo to leave …
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus highlights Australia as the country celebrates 'Australia day'. We first give an historical overview of Australia and state that Australia is a Afrikan/Black country. We highlight the original people of Australia, the 'Aboriginal' people have lived in Australia for more than 60,000 years. We state how before t…
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Embark on a thought-provoking exploration of entrepreneurship and innovation on the African continent. Kevin shares unique insights, inspiring stories, and the power of transformative ideas, unveiling the keys to success in the dynamic landscape of African business.על ידי Denzel Amanor
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Dr. Genevieve Obuobi shares insights on upscaling resilience lessons tailored for women-owned small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Gain valuable perspectives on navigating challenges and empowering women entrepreneurs in the business landscape. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from Dr. Obuobi's expertise in fostering resilience and success for …
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Join Gregory Rockson and Chamath Palihapitiya's discussion on mPharma's investment journey. Discover the critical moments, challenges, and strategic decisions that shaped the company's success at the crossroads of healthcare and technology. Don't miss out on this exclusive look at mPharma's remarkable story.…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus analyses the war in the so called Middle East. We give an Afrikan perpective on this conflict and insist this is not an Afrikan concern. We begin by highlighting the FACT that those who are fighting in that area of land are NOT indigenous to the so called Middle East. We chronicle the history of the area and h…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus previews the forthcoming Afrikan Cup of Nations. The continent's biggest sporting showpiece will be taking place in La Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) from 13th January to 11th February. The reigning Afrikan champions Senegal who beat Egypt on penalties in last year's Afcon will be looking to defend their title. S…
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Good morning,good afternoon good evening where ever you are, name is Nyameye sky and this isthe Ghana today show. A new season a new look. A necessary perspective of everything thathappens in Ghana.. We make sure that all we do is find positivity in almostevery situation or news item in Ghana. Be it sport or socio-political. This episodeis actually…
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This week's edition of Ghana / Afrika in Focus is a special where we review the year 2023. We start by giving out some statistics showing the tremendous growth Ghana / Afrika in Focus podcast made in 2023. Such statics include: The most popular podcast of 2023 The number of countries that listened to Ghana / Afrika in Focus the number of new listen…
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Coming to Ghana for Christmas? Already here? On this episode, we cover Ghanaian slangs that are used for Internationals that visit Ghana!These slangs have been around for ages and are not going away anytime soon.SlangsObroni, Halfco, Borga and Awishwish.Episode TeamWendy, Jeff, Peaches and Eamy.Listen to the Slangs By Ghanaians Podcast on all major…
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The week's edition of Ghana in Focus continues our series on tourism. This week we focus on Ghana in December and the numerous activities that will be taking place in Accra in December. We also put the spotlight on one of the most fascinating and diverse regions of Ghana , the Western Region. December is the start of the peak tourist season in Ghan…
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This week's episode of Ghana in Focus celebrates Ghanaian farmers in the form of Farmers' Day. We start by explaining the reason for celebrating farmers' day. We then go into detail about why food and agriculture are an important part of human development and nation building. We detail how Ghana became food secure under Ghana's first president Dr K…
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On this episode, we cover 'Nipa yɛ cobra', a slang that sprang out of nowhere and has been trending for months!We also cover 'God of Dbee', 'Boganizer' and 'Real wai'. We highlight the hilarious origins of all these Ghanaian slangs.Episode TeamWendy, Jeff, Peaches and Eamy.Listen to the Slangs By Ghanaians Podcast on all popular podcast streaming p…
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This week's episode of Afrikan in Focus looks at tourism on the continent. We shine the spotlight on one of the most developed and captivating cities on the continent , Luanda in Angola. We give a brief overview of Angola before delving into Luanda. Luanda is a coastal city and like many coastal cities on the western part of the continent was a tra…
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus looks at how to survive the current global cost of living crisis and economic downturn. In the last 4 years, the double whammy of the COVID plandemic and the after effects of the Russia-Ukraine war has resulted in economic aftershocks that is having a profound effect on the citizenry. We give 5 tips and practic…
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This week's episode of Ghana in Focus ends our series for now looking at dating / relationships in Ghana. This week we focus on Ghanaian men and the things ladies / sisters from the diaspora need to watch out for. Since the year of return on 2019 tens of thousands of Afrikan women from the diaspora have come to Ghana to relocate do business and to …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus continues our series analysing dating / relationships in Ghana. We again urge Afrikan men from the diaspora to be very careful when dating in Ghana. We mention some of the signs that a Ghanaian/ Afrikan woman is either interested or not interested in you the man and some of the things to look for as a man. We c…
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Ghanaians have got slangs for every occasion (serious and trivial)!Occupy Julorbi House was a 3-day Ghanaian protest which started off as an online protest on the social media platform, X formerly Twitter, using the hashtag #OccupyJulorbiHouse.From this serious protest sprang lots of slangs that helped give the protest the right attention:Order fro…
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This week's episode looks at dating / relationships in Ghana . Since the year of Return in 2019, thousands of Afrikan men from the diaspora have come to Ghana to relocate , set up business and with the hope of finding love in Ghana. We state the different nuances of dating in Ghana as compared to the West. We also advise diasporan men of some of th…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus looks at a very sinister and disturbing development taking place in South Afrika. Over the last few years three has been instances of Afrikan v Afrikan violence in the country where so called Black South Afrikans have been using evil means to attack their Afrikan Sisters and Brothers. This has led rise to the …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus highlights two key aspects of the President of Ghana's address to the United Nations Assembly in New York. The president demanded that reparations be paid by the Western nations who made huge profits from the so called Transatlantic Slave Trade. He cites that the present day economic and social reality of Afrik…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus celebrates the 50th anniversary of a genre of music that has become a global phenomenon. We detail the origins of Hip hop/Rap by giving a different take on the narrative given. We then explain how Hip-hop in contemporary times started in the urban areas of Black America as an art form of music that had as its …
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This week's edition of Ghana in Focus looks at Scientific Nkrumahism on the light of the anniversary of his birth. We highlight what scientific Nkrumahism is and how this concept was a key part of Nkrumah's 7-year economic development plan and nation building agenda. We also explain the manifestation of scientific Nkrumahism to the industrialisatio…
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The Slangs By Ghanaians Podcast is 3 years old!Join us on this final episode of the season as we recap Season 2 of the Slangs By Ghanaians Podcast.Team: Wendy, Jeff, Peaches and EamyLet's get slanging!The podcast is available on all popular podcast streaming platforms:https://linktr.ee/slangsbyghanaiansThe podcast is also available for streaming on…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus explains why the French MUST leave Afrika in the light of 5 Uprisings in French speaking Afrika. We start by detailing the significance of Afrika to France and why France needs Afrika, her resources and her land for its economic and genetic survival. We detail step by step the nefarious colonial agreement that…
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This week's episode of Afrika in Focus looks at the politically charged issue of migration. Over the last few years there have been harrowing accounts of Afrikan people crossing the Sahara into transit points in Northern Afrika only to be either captured by wicked Arab gangs and sold in to enslavement as we see in Libya or drowning in dingy boats i…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus examines the life and legacy of one of the greatest Afrikans that ever lived, Marcus Mosiah Garvey. We examine the importance of Garvey to the Afrikan world in terms of his beliefs and ideology. We explain what this belief was based on and how that belief became an Ideology known as Garveyism which at its peak…
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This week's episode of Afrika in Focus looks at the current uprising in Niger. We start by analysing the root cause of the uprising in Niger, the third French speaking country to stage an uprising. We explain the nefarious way how the French have enslaved their former colonies by impoverishing them and stealing a combined amount of over 1.5 Trillio…
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This week's edition of Afrika in Focus is a special looking at the issue of reparations and reparatory justice. We explain what reparations and repertory justice is. We detail the work done by the global reparations movement in getting the issue of reparations into the mainstream. We critique the 5 significant events that have happened in the last …
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