Sat, Sep

  • Assin Kushea, came to my attention in 2019 when it made headlines because its impressive sanitation achievements had led to it being acclaimed as Ghana’s cleanest town.

AMA, why ignore the Assin Kushea sanitation expertise?

Written By Ajoa Yeboah-Afari - The news last week, that a delegation from the Accra Metropolitan Assembly had travelled to Kigali, Rwanda, to study their sanitation management made intriguing reading.

  • Religious tolerance refers to the ability to appreciate spiritual values, beliefs and practices which are different from your own. This goal is a complex one due to the great diversity of religions and spiritual beliefs existing in the world today.

Religious tolerance and leadership in education

Written By Bala Sa-ad - “And they ill-treated them for no other reason than that they believed in Allah, Exalted in Power, Worthy of All Praise. Him to Whom belongs the dominion of heavens and the earth! And Allah is Witness to all things.” (Al Buruj 85:8-9).

  • I hope, however, that in this piece I have been able to properly contextualise some of the key issues he raised, and, hopefully, corrected some of the wrong impressions he may have inadvertently created.

The writer - Evron R. Hughes

Written By Evron R. Hughes - The recent speech by Sir. Sam Jonah (Sir. Sam) as a guest speaker at a Rotary Meeting has resulted in heated debates on and off social media, and, as is usually the case, been taken up and amplified by the traditional media.

  • What do these hawkers do when they attend to the call of nature? Do they wash their hands and sanitise before handling the food items they sell?

The Tema Dawhenya route.

Written By Rev. Joe Logos - It is Friday, 3.20 p.m. and I am driving from Tema to Dawhenya. This is indeed the ‘wahala’ those of us who live on the stretch go through daily.