· November, 2007

Stories about Ghana from November, 2007

Ghana: Journalist wins award in web media

  28 November 2007

Ghana ICT Journalist blog reports that a journalist in Ghana has won an award: Emily NYARKO, from Ghana, winner of the African Information Society Initiative (AISI) – GKP Media Awards 2007 First Prize in the Multimedia/ Web media category with “Developing ICT enabled education – the future for Ghana”

Ghana: Outsourcing for Africa

  12 November 2007

The Big Change blog writes about the Ghanaian businesswoman Estelle Akofio-Sowah: “The Internet-provider business that she launched in Accra in 2001 has gone on to become one of Africa’s most important “incubators” of new web-based companies in both Ghana and beyond, helping create badly needed jobs and promoting development.”

Ghana: Enviromental problems getting worse

  12 November 2007

Leanne writes about a crappy problem in Ghana: “You know I love Ghana, and especially Ghanaians, and god knows America is not a world leader in environmental issues, but the problem here is bad and getting worse…”

Ghana: Female Ghanaian Hip Hop

  8 November 2007

What is the state of female Ghanaian hip hop?:”Ever since hiplife became part and parcel of Ghanaian music, the female hiplife artistes have been holding it down. Talk of Abrewa Nana, Triple M (Manye Mercy), Mzbel, LA (made up of Lateefah and Asantewaa), Ras Nigga, etc – they have been...