Archive for the ‘Ghana’ category
As an economist and a football fan, I cannot resist drawing a certainly non-linear correlation between soccer and economic growth.
Small-scale fishermen who live on Ghana’s western coast struggle to sustain their livelihoods with offshore oil exploration activities expanding.
A ‘think piece’ by the Africa Progress Panel’s research fellow, Stephen Yeboah.
Could Bitcoin help curb Africa’s loss of US$1.8bn annually in remittance fees?
New white space technology could be a game-changer for internet access on the continent.
“I think the best thing about Nigeria, specifically Lagos, is the energy of the work culture.”
“You have to take the stairs, and at each step there will be barriers.”
Last month leading mobile company Kirusa bought out Ghana’s Saya.
Distell has acquired land for factories in both Angola and Nigeria.
There has been a rapid expansion of banking activities across the continent in recent years.
An African City has been described as the continent’s answer to hit US television series Sex and the City.
“We think Africa can be the new Asia, both for us as a company and for the global economy.”
The 2014 MasterCard African Cities Growth Index ranks 74 cities in terms of their potential for inclusive growth.
Insight into the spending patterns of middle class Ghanaians.
Ghana’s commercial and residential property market is attracting attention.