Category: Ghana

A Life-Changing Experience Challenge in Ghana

With every trip we take, we bring home stories: how we saw the Northern Lights from the airplane on our way to Reykjavik, Iceland; how it felt like we were being showered with stars as we snuggled into our blankets in Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert; how we realised that yes, balsamic vinegar can be taken […]

Must Read: Health Hazards of The Noodles You Love So Much

Wondering why you can’t stop eating noodles (popularly known in Ghana as Indomie), well   It is a proven fact that MSG and other flavour enhancers are highly add!ctive and once hooked to them, the taste buds crave for more. Noodles manufacturers normally use ‘hydrolysed protein’ in their label. It is not something nutritious as you […]

Top 10 Universities In Africa 2015 – University Of Ghana Ranked 10th

This was revealed in the new university ranking compiled by Thompson Reuters which listed the top 10 tertiary institutions on the African continent. The ranking looked specifically at university reputation, which reflects a university’s ability to recruit high-quality staff and students, establish valuable international partnerships, and connect with greater funding prospects. Africa’s leading Universities were determined […]

Checkout The Only 3 Brands of Cars Made in Africa by Africans

Kantanka Automobile Kantanka is the brand name give to all cars designed and manufactured by the Ghanaian inventor, Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo. It comes in several forms, ranging from saloon cars to pickups and four wheeled drives. Currently in Africa, the Kantanka seems to be leading with innovative car designs, greenhouse emission control, sleek designs […]

Ghanaian Beheaded in Libya?

Reports reaching the studios of Sankofa Radio, indicates that a Ghanaian is alleged to be amongst 21 Egyptian Christians beheaded by ISIL affiliates in Libya. Videos of the beheadings were released yesterday but the gruesome killings was reported to have occurred in January. The Ghanaian identified by friends in the video as Mr Matthew Ayariga. […]