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Ghana In Focus aims to bring you the lowdown on Ghana including critique on the hot topics making waves in Ghana as well as buying property in Ghana, renting in Ghana especially in the capital, Accra. Also looking at building a property in Ghana and some of the things to look out for such as building materials and environmental factors. We will also be looking at land acquisition in Ghana, giving insight into issues like site plan, indenture, title and land certificate. Ghana In Focus aims t ...
 
Akwaaba! Ghanaian slangs are so fun to know and use. Are you a Ghanaian diasporan? A Non-Ghanaian interested the Ghanaian culture? Ever got confused by Ghanaian terms on social media? Listen to our podcast and get all the info behind popular Ghanaian slangs! The Team: Wendy, Jeff, Vanessa, Eamy, Sheila, Seiwaah, Peaches, Sabena & Jochebed. We've got a blog too! Read via: www.slangsbyghanaians.wordpress.com We are on Apple Podcasts as "Slangs By Ghanaians!" (emphasis on the exclamation mark). ...
 
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GNews Ghana is a social news and entertainment website designed with Ghanaians in mind. The website covers breaking news and topics in areas of Business, Entertainment, People and Politics, Love and Romance, Technology and Everything else. GNews Ghana combines the best content, technology, and distribution capabilities to connect with millions of engaging Ghanaians who rely on us for a modern, intelligent take on the world around them. GNews's audience consistently ranks as the most affluent ...
 
Привет! Меня зовут Кристина Вазовски. 2 апреля 2019 года я поеду в Гану снимать документальный фильм про смерть. Я не знаю, как обращаться с камерой, у меня очень мало денег и почти не осталось времени. «Am I Ghana Die?» - это мой аудио-дневник, в котором я каждый день буду рассказывать, как продвигается подготовка к съемкам фильма. Умру ли я в процессе - вопрос открытый. Обратная связь: Telegram-канал @amighanadie Instagram @krisvazovsky Почта amighanadie@gmail.com
 
Textiles in Ghana carry a far greater importance than you might expect. This unit will help you to understand how textiles can carry an assortment of meanings and values, including wealth, status and office. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.
 
In Ghana, types of cloth and the design of textiles are about more than just fashion. Woven Kente cloth is a great status symbol, marking wealth and, in the past, office - something to be worn on important occasions and by important people. Adinkra is a printed fabric, hand-made and worn mainly for funerals, which are very important celebrations in Ghana. The tracks on this album introduce the Kente weavers and Adinkra workers, show the creative processes behind the textiles they make, and r ...
 
In Ghana, types of cloth and the design of textiles are about more than just fashion. Woven Kente cloth is a great status symbol, marking wealth and, in the past, office - something to be worn on important occasions and by important people. Adinkra is a printed fabric, hand-made and worn mainly for funerals, which are very important celebrations in Ghana. The tracks on this album introduce the Kente weavers and Adinkra workers, show the creative processes behind the textiles they make, and r ...
 
We have great joy in welcoming and presenting to you the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) here in Ghana. At KICC Ghana, we believe that every man and woman is born with the latent ability to achieve great things; unfortunately, not every one realizes his or her true potential in life. At Kingsway International Christian Centre, we have a vision to Grow Up, Grow Big and Grow Together. In doing so, we believe we will see the Kingdom of God extended as we help people discover God ...
 
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Ghana crashed out of this year's Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) by failing to beat lowly Comoros Islands and therefore not making the knockout stages of the AFCON for the first time in more than a generation. They are many reasons why Ghana failed at AFCON 22 some of which include hiring the services of a third rate white/European coach with questio…
 
There are always catchy slangs thatmake an appearance on Ghana's social media platforms.On this episode, we discuss commonslangs, like Yakubu, usually used on the timeline.The team: Wendy, Jeff, Seiwaah and Cobbie.Intro Music: Jeff (Niney)Title: Chiiild (Available on Soundcloud)https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/xkSa2RkF5MgGDznx8Read our blog on WordPre…
 
In this week's episode of Ghana in Focus we touch on the vexed issue of vaccinations in Ghana and Afrika as a whole in the light of Ghana becoming the first country in Afrika to impose strict, some would say draconian measures for those seeking to travel to Ghana. We delve in to what may be behind this as well as revealing the actual truth of the n…
 
A video of gifted Ghanaian gospel singer, Cecilia Marfo, went viral on social media. From the video, slangs have been generated and are being used a lot.Listen to the Slangs By Ghanaians Podcast as we take a look at these new Ghanaian slangs.The team: Wendy, Jeff, Eamy, Peaches and Cobbie.Intro Music: Jeff (Niney)Title: Chiiild (Available on Soundc…
 
This week's edition of Ghana in Focus gives you more key information you need if you are looking to settle in Ghana. We touch on areas such as housing, whether to build or to buy and the renting scene especially in the prime areas of Accra. We also focus on healthcare (western type and not so western), transport, (do you ship a car over to Ghana or…
 
Up until social media made its way into the world of communication and entertainment, us as Ghanaians did not realize that a number of our slangs were actually similar in spelling and/or pronunciation to other non-Ghanaian slangs.There have been some confusing moments on social media where non-Ghanaians thought we were referring to a different situ…
 
You are welcome to another episode of Ghana Today Show Good afternoon, good evening , good morning. InterludeYou are welcome again and my nyameye sky.On this episode we talk lgbtq+ the good the bad and the ugly. Don't go no where. Before we go on let us educate ourselves on what each letter in the acronym stands forLESBIAN: Usually refers to a woma…
 
It's Season 2 of the SBG Podcast! Join Jeff, Peaches, Eamy, Seiwaah and Wendy on episode 1. The team speaks about popular Ghanaian slangs on social media: - Item 13 - Eover me - Stupid - I off / See I off - What sorof eyi is this? - Information - Vawulence - That remembers me uno On Africa Global Radio, listen via https://bit.ly/3BQuScj We are also…
 
In this special edition of Ghana in Focus, we look at the controversy surrounding the anti LGBTQ+ Bill. We explain why homosexuality IS NOT an Afrikan trait, cultural and traditional practice as well as analysing the real hidden agenda of the West who are investing millions into the promoting of LGTBQ+ in Ghana, We finally look at some of the dange…
 
In this week's edition of Ghana in Focus I interview Ghanaian diasporan and successful businessman Jacob Opoku. We look into his early life as a young boy growing up in 90's Ghana specifically in Buokrom Estate in Kumasi, Asante Region where he attended the prestigious Opoku Ware Secondary School (OWASS). We also talk about how he became business m…
 
This week's episode of Ghana in Focus looks at the huge legacy of Dr Kwame Nkrumah on Ghana, Afrika and the world. As far as Ghana is concerned we talk of his legacy in terms of encouraging more women into political life in Ghana by promoting them to prominent positions within the CPP and his government. We also analyse his various social intervent…
 
21st September 2021 will mark the earthday of the man who was voted in the year 2000 The African of the Millennium by BBC Africa listeners, Dr Kwame Nkrumah. In this special edition of Ghana in Focus we look at the early life of the great man from studying to be a Teacher through to gaining a place at the prestigious Black University, Lincoln Unive…
 
This week's episode informs listeners of the Year of Return which took place in Ghana in 2019. This entails how the Year of Return came about, the historical significance of 2019, some of the aims of the year of return and explaining Beyond the Return. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=J8ACSV47526K8)…
 
Hey! We’re back from our official break and we start off with the writers edition! We got our writers on the team and some guest writers to come up with creative write-ups using slangs discussed on our previous episodes. Exciting right? Writers: Eamy Mireku, Vanessa Antwi, Sandra Taylor, Elikem Doe and Kofi Konadu. Stream via Anchor, Spotify, Sound…
 
This is a monologue about a mother. If I should tell the world who my mother is , if I could tell the world what she shouldnt have become, they will never understand. The slipper beating , the anxiety of loosing me to the game center monster although I was having the time of my life. Mother, why do you love me that much, why do you curtail my excer…
 
Monologue I have always tried to be the best version of myself. Writing my wrongs into scripts purposely for film. A clear depiction of a crappy life filled with dilution. Not mostly of the pains I inflict on self, but the clear elusion from a perfect magician called Mr. World. They say sticks and stones may break my bone and yea it is true, and al…
 
This episode is a kind of mixed emotion. In one breath there are the things that make us happy and on the other side the things that make us think about life and how sad it could be. On the what trending Medikal Busterd Akuapem poloo jailed Yaw Tog on BET radar Twitter headquarters in Ghana On the rant, I talk about morality being the ultimate feat…
 
This episode is all music. I did an EP review with the title, ABSTRACT TAPE. It is a three-track EP with titles, FRIENDZONE, STREET VIBE, and BEAUTIFUL IMPERFECTION. I believe as far as we all want to grow, we must support each other, let's do well and listen to this Episode and stream his music. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-…
 
The third episode dubbed What is wrong with us? This episode starts on a happy note as we talk football the English premier league and the Ghana premier league On the entertainment front, we talk about lil nas x and his satanic stunt. Finally, on the Rant, I rant about how we are morally bankrupt as a generation in response to the incident of the t…
 
EPISODE ONE EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SHOW. The Ghana today show or GTS for short is a podcast show made for the youth and proudly Ghanaian. The show is cut into segments first we talk politics, something to notice. Sports, and my favorite the rant. The rant could be about anything from social life to the political life of the Ghanaian c Something to no…
 
Ghana recently held a very peaceful election (thank God!). There were some slangs used during this 2020 election period. We dive into seven (7) of the most popular and hilarious slangs used. The team for this episode: Wendy, Elikem, Seiwaah and Eamy. Slangs discussed: Skirt & blouse, Soloku, Electric shock, Flip, Flop, Okada ee and Pounds. We are o…
 
It's the "boys-boys" episodeeee! Yes, only guys on this episode. In this episode, the guys discussed Ghanaian Pidgin slangs mostly spoken by guys. As widely known, Pidgin is mostly spoken by the male population in Ghana so we took a dive into the "secret" slangs of Ghanaian guys.The team: Elikem, Jeff, Francis (Yomen), Kissiedu, Nii Nai and Eamy.Sl…
 
There are lots and lots of Ghanaian slangs on social media. That's why we bring you the another episode of Ghanaian Social Media slangs! You can find us on Apple Podcasts as "Slangs By Ghanaians!" (Kindly take note of the exclamation mark). The team for this episode: Wendy, Jeff, Seiwaah and Eamy. Slangs discussed: Adey die, La wu, Tell me the truf…
 
This is an unofficial episode. It's just for laughs! We complied into one episode, all our errors during recording as a comical interlude till our next episode drops (soon). Enjoy some good laughs with the Slangs By Ghanaians team! Find us on Apple Podcasts at "Slangs By Ghanaians!"--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/slangsbyghanaians/me…
 
Ghanaian slangs on social media can be very intriguing yet very confusing at the same time when viewed literally instead of figuratively. On this episode, we discuss popular Ghanaian social media slangs and how to use them. The team: Wendy, Jeff, Vanessa, Eamy and Sheila. Slangs discussed: Detty my body, dey my top, yɛnkɔ Heblews/anaa yɛnkɔ Heblews…
 
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