Rwanda

    Guest Post by Abdul-Nasser Alidu: Defeating Ghana’s Corruption – Mahama is the Key (Part 1)

    In his annual 31st December message, former President Rawlings says “Ghana is saddled with some very negative images about corruption, some wrongly perceived, but some convincingly accurate,” while the king of Akyem Abuakwa describes the level of corruption in Ghana as “madness”. Similarly, Ghana’s catholic bishops noted in their New Year message that the “twin evils of bribery and corruption” …

      Dumsorlogy.

      Dumsorlogy. The science of burying one’s head deeply in the ground, of inviting blindness and deafness, of remaining mute when all ears are straining to hear your word. The art of killing dreams, opportunities, and aye, people too. The master of this particular trade? You, Chief Energizer. Yes, you. You get to claim responsibility for …

        Africa

        Photo Inspiration: Dance

        Dance. If there’s one thing many Africans are good at, it’s got to be that. We move to an unmistakable rhythm. It’s fascinating what the human body can do and I’m always keen to capture the moment and movement. Sometimes it works, other times it doesn’t. But when it does, pure wonder! Young, old, modern, …

          The Big(ger) Picture: Landscapes & Backdrops of Life

          I’ve always been fascinated with landscapes; there’s nothing like capturing a good sunset, sunrise, bird in flight, cloud patterns, wave crashing against the shore – against the backdrop of life. It gives perspective – about how small we are, yet at the same time, how important. Makes you wonder what one could see if we …