If you’re considering relocating to Ghana why not check out the Back to the Motherland Official Trailer by documentary filmmaker Pamela Sakyi (founder/director of SparkleLight Productions). Continue reading “Return to the Motherland – the documentary”
The second half of my 2019 was dominated by music, learning about shea butter production, a new environmentalism craze and becoming a magazine publisher – all massive learning curves. Continue reading “2019 (July-Dec) – Year in Review”
2019 has been a year of challenges and triumphs which continue to be shaped by your inspiring stories. Below is my summary of those monthly highlights listed in the Ghanaian language Ewe. Continue reading “2019 (Jan-June) – Year in Review”
“Despite much celebrated economic growth, Ghana is still a difficult place economically, socially and politically for the millions who call it home.” Continue reading “A Conversation on the Politics and Realities in Ghana and the Year of Return”
Considering relocating to Ghana but unsure of where to start? Toying with the idea of doing business out there or looking for some adventure? If you didn’t make it to the panel discussion on the topic, organised by Ghanaian Londoners Founder Adwoa Agyemang on 16 May 2019, this post aims to furnish you with tips, tricks and some points to consider when decide to make that move.
Please find a list of previous Year of Return events from 2019 here. Continue reading “Year of Return Archive”
The Ghanaian government has activated a condition in its immigration rules making it mandatory for all visitors without Ghanaian citizenship or ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) membership to submit an invitation letter along with their traditional visa application. Continue reading “Ghana’s immigration rule change”
The aim of the annual the TINA [This Is The New Africa] Festival is to become the home of Afrobeats. The Festival will be the place where people go to experience the lifestyle that comes with the music. Continue reading “January events – Year of Return 2019”