Tuesday, March 19, 2019

HR Today: Treating female colleagues

Female employees have not been fairly treated in many organizations, and the situation remains the same even with modernity and the introduction of technology. It was anticipated that with time things would improve but...
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The Man Nana Addo: Manasseh’s lament

Mr. Manasseh Azure Awuni is a good journalist. He writes well and that’s what matters to me. He is bold and courageous and does fairly risky stuff in the choice of his subjects and...

Opinion: Prof. Frimpong Boateng exposes himself!

From the response provided by the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, over allegations of conflict of interest leveled against him, the Minister seems to have exposed himself and he...

Formalizing a thriving black market; the case for legal Medicinal Marijuana

There is no denying that there exists a booming black market for marijuana in Ghana. The market is rife and the plant is accessible to people of all age groups and for various uses.The...

Value Addition in Africa is futile; unless coupled with increased Intra-Africa Trade

Studies show that a substantial share of Africa’s regional trade is informal, on the order of 30% to 40%. This informal trade is pervasive for agricultural goods as well as many industrial goods –...
Flash back: Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo- Addo’s “Boot for Boot”

All Die be Die: First Blood at AWW By-election!

My tongue had problems wrapping round Ayawaso West Wuogon (AWW), but no longer, for after the terrifying events of January 31 2019, it now rolls off easily, having had to repeat it over and...

The Garden: How bad do you want it?

That thing you want so badly, that thing you pray for, that thing that keeps you awake some nights. The very thing that pushes you to keep going, even when you’re faced with discouraging...

A LETTER TO VALERIE SAWYERR

IF GHANA BURNT, THEN IT DID SO UNDER MILLS/MAHAMA, NOT AKUFO-ADDO! Dear Dr. Valerie Sawyerr, I have read a piece written by you in which you have virtually lambasted the clergy and civil society organizations for...

Recapitalized Banks face GHC9.2m Invoice from GDPC– but who really pays?

Governor Ernest Addison lived up to his speech at the Annual Dinner of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana on 2nd December 2017. The sector reform laced speech projected 2018 as a busy year...

Ghana prioritizes agric for poverty reduction and job creation

Akosua Elizabeth is the leader of the women farmers in Asankasu in Eastern Ghana. In the new farming season, she and farmers in her region are certain of a good harvest and a surplus. ...

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