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AKADi Magazine is a digital publication that features Ghanaians from across the globe. The latest issue looks at Ghanaians in politics in the UK. Click the image to subscribe to our newsletter to receive your digital copy. You can read our past issues here. Continue reading Ghanaians in Politics
Reinvention is the hallmark of Highlife music and probably the reason for its ongoing endurance even in the face of shifting musical tastes in Ghana.Continue reading “Highlife: The dynamism of Ghana’s music legacy”
“If we really owned wax print textiles we could and would keep the bulk of the proceeds in Africa and it would be part of the generational wealth of African children.” – Aiwan Obinyan, Wax Print.
Award-winning Gold Coast Lounge is one of 46 titles from 14 African countries screened as part of the London-based FilmAfrica festival in 2020. Below is a preview of the film, which will have its European Premiere on Saturday 8th November.
@ 7:45-8:45pm (Ghana time) live.
Film Africa, London’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora cinema presented by the Royal African Society, returns for its 9th edition on Friday 30 October to Sunday 8 November 2020. Continue reading “Film Africa 2020 online”
What does a company that recycle car tyres into footwear got in common with a group campaigning the Ghanaian government to stop mining bauxite at forest reserve near Accra?
Samuel Ugoh was born in Kaduna, Nigeria and has lived in Ghana since 2005. He is a member of the Ghana Association of Writers and writes fiction, specifically adventure and self-published his first book ‘Turbulent Seas’ in 2012.Continue reading “In conversation with author Samuel Ugoh”
Introducing guest blogger and poet Joana Nyantakyiwaa aka Mama-dear with her poem on the positives that can be derived from lockdown. Continue reading “Lilies during lockdown”