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  • But how do we increase spending, especially in countries with weak institutions for mobilising and managing fresh resources, to overcome the crisis and tackle the future?

Mr Ken Ofori-Atta — Finance Minister-designate

Written By Nii Moi Thompson - The recent advice by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for governments to “spend as much as (they) can and then spend a little bit more” to deal with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is a welcome departure from the fund’s traditional prescriptions of austerity in the midst of economic crises.

  • Domestic work is work and it is a job that will not go extinct even with technology, I think it is time to have national conversations on the informal sector because in my opinion, the informal economy is huge and need to be harnessed.

The Informal Sector – You could be the next person to be exploited

 Written By Hannah Awadzi - I was driving the other time when my car suddenly stopped. The engine was on but when I changed the gear, it simply wouldn’t move.

African Women

Mama Africa, you are a queen

  • Parliamentarians, lead Ghana by example in obeying the laws you make, and make our nation great and strong! Fellow Ghanaians, wake up!

Pandemonium in democracy’s citadel!

In his poem Paradise Lost of 1667 on the sacking of Satan by God to hell, the English poet John Milton invented the word ‘pandemonium’, as the capital of hell. He described pandemonium as the “high capital of Satan and his peers!”
January 2021 started on a whirlwind note in two capitals, Washington-DC and Accra! Almost simultaneously, there was pandemonium in the Capitol, Washington-DC on January 6, 2021, and Parliament, Accra early January 7, 2021.