Stories about Ghana from June, 2010
SRF from GeoCurrent Events blog writes about the economic geography of the 2010 FIFA World Cup participant countries.
Gold discussing the Great Green Wall of Africa: “The Great Green Wall of Africa was first suggested by the ex-Nigerian Prez Olusegun Obasanjo, in 2005…”
USA 2-1 loss to Ghana shows that economic might is not might everywhere, argues Ghanaian blogger Emmanuel Bensah.
“Obama we are sorry,” says Ghanaian photographer and blogger Nana following Ghana victory USA at the FIFA World Cup: “It’s quite unfortunate you’d have to skip dinner today. We know you’ve been terribly stressed lately: BP, Flotilla, Health Reform, Overweight recruits… and then this happens.”
Nana writes about employment challenges for the disabled in Ghana.
10 Unusual Ways To Wear A Ghana Flag ( Plus a bonus idea) from Ghanaian blogger Cleland.
Zulu Mathabo writes an article inspired by the poor performance of African soccer giants in the current FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010. He argues that The African natives need CSR (Consistency, Self-Discipline, Resolution).
The Ghana national football team, the Black Stars, became the first African team on Sunday win a match at the 2010 FIFA World Cup after beating Serbia. Ghanaian bloggers are celebrating this historic win.
“Nokia unveiled a Bicycle Charger Kit, an alternative charging solution built especially for people with limited access to electricity,” reports Branded of Benin Epilogue.
Following the 4-1 defeat of Ghana's Black Star by the Netherlands in an international friendly, Ato Dadzie writes, “Black Stars: A disaster waiting to happen.”
Is the Ghanaian nation team, The Black Stars, going forward or backward?, asks Ghanaian blogger Mac-Jordan.
Lizha James, Dama do Bling, Amr Diab, Ralph Anselmo and Perola emerged multiple winners of the inaugural Museke Online Africa Music Awards (MOAMAs), reports MightyAfrican.