By Nana Kojo HAGAN In the digital age, data has emerged as the new currency, surpassing the traditional commodity of oil in its significance. Just as oil fuelled the industrial revolution, data is propellingthe information age forward, transforming industries and reshaping economies. Ghana, like many other nations, stands at the...
By Hayford Danso  Ghana is undergoing a pivotal demographic shift as rapid population growth, urbanization, and a burgeoning youth labor force shape the nation's economic and development landscape. From a modest population size of 6.7 million in 1960, 18.9 million in 2000, and  24.2 million in 2010, Ghana’s population has...
...exuding leadership confidence through appearance and communication Are you a leader who command attention by your voice but have no message? Do you sound nice and articulate to listen to but does not have influence? Executives serve as the face of the organization, representing its values, goals, and interests. Therefore,...
“If you think you are too small to make a difference, try spending the night with a mosquito.” – African proverb One of the most notable themes that runs across philosophical and spiritual traditions is on how the quality and patterns of our thinking impacts our perception, character and possibilities...
By Nana Akua Frimpomaa AMOFA It is heartwarming to reminisce on how communicating with friends and family was while growing up in Ghana in the late 90s and early 2000s and how communications is today, fuelled by rapid technological advancement and digital innovation. Before mobile phones became the norm, I would...
By Richieson GYENI-BOATENG There is this joke among the youth which goes like “when I was poor, no one bothered to care about the source of my poverty but immediately I became rich, everyone wants to know the source of my riches”. Growing up, anytime I brought someone’s toy home,...
By Kwasi OGYAMPA The Ukrainian Initiative "Grain for Ukraine " has exclusively political dimension and has no real prospects. Practically all Ukrainian grain is delivered to Europe just because the prices on the European market are higher and gained benefits are used to buy Western weapons for the conflict. That's why Kyiv...
By Alexander Ayertey Odonkor According to the World Travel Market's Global Travel Report from 2024 to 2033, the proportion of Chinese households with purchasing power to embark on international travel is set to "roughly double." Attributed to rising incomes and more middle-class consumers, China's growth is expected to add more than 60 million...
DBS Industries Limited with its head office in Kumasi is a unique brand in the roofing industry that takes care not only of your roofing needs but the building or structure from start to finish and also offer free technical advice to all clients. Building a house or any physical...
By Ben TAGOE With the surge  in technology, the link between cybercrime and corruption is an undeniable reality. As technology advances, so does its potential for misuse, leading to a complex web of interconnected challenges. Let's take a closer look at the links between cybercrimes and corruption, unravelling the threads...