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?
Read the authentic experiences of Ghanaians from the diaspora who took the step to come home here or visit http://www.akadimagazine.com Continue reading Year of Return & Beyond – AKADi Issue 3
AB Godfreed is relatively new on the art scene but her style in capturing feelings of nostalgia, love, and peace in her debut collection of ‘art on a mug’ is capturing the imagination of a new crowd of design fans. Continue reading “Art on a mug by iCollective Art”
Throughout December 2019, we are collaborating with UK-based lifestyle clothing company Sassy Apparel to give you a chance to celebrate the political activists and revolutionaries of the past and present…and win a freebie or two. Continue reading “Putting some sass into political activism”
Issue 2 of the AKADi Magazine is out and features interviews from a range of Ghanaians both on home soil and in the diaspora. Continue reading “Read issue 2 of the AKADi Magazine”
The AKADi Magazine is powered by you! So we always want to hear your thoughts on what we write about. We asked some of our readers to tell us which articles they liked and why. This is what they said. Continue reading “Have your shout!”
Meet Frances Tufuor, the founder of independent handcrafted jewellery-making business Tyliswoman and the latest African business to collaborate with us as we promote the The AKADi Magazine. Continue reading “Handcrafted jewellery inspired by tradition”
One of the aims behind the AKADi Magazine is to collaborate with African/Black small and medium-sized businesses that are looking to grow their visibility within our various communities. Continue reading “Collaborate with us”
Issue 1 of the AKADi Magazine is out and features interviews from a range of Ghanaians both on home soil and in the diaspora. Continue reading “AKADi Magazine – the maiden edition”
Welcome to the maiden edition of the AKADi Magazine. Akadi is inspired by the meaning for light in the Ghanaian language Ewe and this publication aims to shine a light on the transformative actions and inspiring experiences of Ghanaians on home soil and those in the Diaspora.