April 23, 2018

The Cost Of Climate Change

March 30, 2015 Essouassi Elikem

Catch up on the previous post: ‘The reality Of Climate Change‘ Many would expect that the impact climate change has on a region should be proportional to the amount of GHGs produced by that particular […]


The Science Behind Taboos

March 30, 2015 Nanama Acheampong

Culture is the way of life of a people which includes their beliefs, experiences, values and attitudes. Culture is developed, shaped and practised over the years and where it needs to change to better serve […]


Why All The Dumsor Dumsor?

March 30, 2015 Eyram Dickson

“ECG Hints of Most Unfriendly Load Shedding Program Ever”, “Load shedding extends to Ghana’s industrial zones next week”, “Load shedding exercise to resume this New Year”, “Ghana’s power crisis; A slippery slope to eternal darkness”: […]


Dying To Be On The Lighter Side

March 30, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

A left-right combination of hooks by Smith Odoom opened a deep cut on Percy Oblitei Commey’s right cheek in the early minutes of the fourth round in a West Africa and National Super featherweight Championship […]


Nothing Is wasted

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

As of November 29th, 2014, 217 people had died from 27,900 reported cases of cholera in Ghana in that year alone. Many of the cases (about 70%) were reported in the Greater Accra region including […]


The Ebola Story

March 29, 2015 Kwabena Agyare

(To the many people we have lost. To the doctors and nurses we lost. To those who continue to fight this epidemic. Bless your soul.) There had been a strange outbreak of a disease. Several […]


The Cholera Survival Guide

March 29, 2015 Eyram Dickson

Cholera is an infectious disease that causes severe diarrhoea, which can lead to dehydration and even death if care is not taken. It is caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with a bacterium […]

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