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March, 2018

  • 23 March

    Class FM Holds Maiden Youth Forum At GIJ

    The Class 93.1 FM crew was at the Ghana Institute of Journalism on Thursday, 22nd March, to engage students on discussions around the Ghana Beyond Aid brouhaha. The event saw many third and final year students gathered to talk on the theme, “Ghana Beyond Aid: Pipe Dream or Palpable Reality?”. …

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  • 16 March

    Afrikan Book Club Discusses ‘Homegoing’ Book At N8tive

    The Afrikan Book Club discussed Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi at N8tive food and beverage bar in Accra on 14 March. Storyline The story traces the family lines of two children of a Ghanaian woman living at the time of the trade of enslaved people. One half-sister marries the British commander …

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  • 8 March

    #IWD: The World Awaits More Women Leaders

    “Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained.” -Marie Curie Once again it’s International Women’s Day. Hurray!! Congratulations to all …

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  • 6 March

    10 Things I Love About Ghana At 61

    So many things inspire me about Ghana. We are a people with a deep history and culture. I love that I can wake up and walk around without caring much about insecurity or war. Ghana is a place to be, safe, friendly, and rich. On independence day, here are 10 …

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February, 2018

  • 19 February

    What will be different in 2018?

    “You have the world at your feet. Stop throwing your life away for nothing.”- Anonymous It is interesting to know that we are in a new year. More possibilities awaits us as we usher ourselves into this newness of hope and believe in who and what we stand for. I …

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  • 7 February

    The Everyday Ghanaman Talks

    The ordinary Ghanaian (Ghanaman) is always talking about something. They are always venting their frustrations and anger on the system hoping that it will work better for them. Others sit at their comfortable zone hardly seeing what the Commoner sees. There are a few positive ones who, like the Joshua …

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January, 2018

  • 31 January

    My January Lessons And Highlights.

    2018 has begun well for me and I am excited that I made it into this year. I am also looking forward to new opportunities, connections to be made, and new places to explore. So far, I have learnt a lot of lessons from books, people, and places. These lessons …

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  • 29 January

    Confessions: Youngest And Oldest I Ever Dated

    People have done things out of love, adventure, or out of sheer curiousity. Dating is one of them. The person you choose to date is either for the fun or for the serious business. While some say dating for fun is good, others think it is a waste of time. …

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  • 8 January

    Whispers of The Beads By Kati Torda: A Rare Arts Collection

    “Whipers of the beads” is an arts exhibition by Kati Torda which explores ideas, impressions, observations, feelings, emotions, convictions and flashes of the past events communicated through beads.  Her collection, which is on display at the Archi Afrika gallery opposite the Jamestown,  gives meaning to every aspect of beads. As …

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  • 4 January

    #NewYearGoals: Embracing A New African Narrative

    On this day, I write to be a new and better me. A writer. In a country as Ghana where I have lived and grown up, the possibilities are endless but it can also get frustrating. I am in Accra so I get to experience every bit of what is …

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