We are now accepting applications for the 2012 Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy. You will find an e-flyer for this programme below. If you have attended one of our online…Continue
For four years now the freedom of information bill is still to get first reading in Ghanaian parliament after it was presented to the legislative body to pass into law.Why the fear? Some argued that…Continue
Francis Npong, Boariyili, Bimbilla Twelve communities in the Eastern Corridor (communities living along Yendi Bimbilla road) comprise chiefs, young, aged and children have hit the streets with a…Continue
Ghana though considered as champion of democracy in Africa, the 2012 general elections recorded unthinkable events that ought not to have happened at all.
The elections processes were peaceful, transparent, fair and free though, but some journalists who reported on the elections processes and kept awake throughout the two days of voting were unfortunately subjected to abuses by the supporters of the largest opposition political party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Nana Akufo…Continue
Opoku was my college colleague we both pursued journalism at the same institute. He left campus when i was still polishing my thesis for award of diploma in marketing, a joint programme i offered. We both had opportunity to publish pieces of articles in national dailies in Ghana.
I was however lucky to have one of my articles published in a Greek national newspaper, ^ΚΥΡΙΑΚΑΤΙΚΗ ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡOΤΥΠΙΑ, well, i was so excited when Rina of EJC mailed the copy to me though i could not read in…Continue
Panic gripped both the stated owned and private media in Ghana over constant accusations of bias reports on political activities towards the December elections.
While the ruling government was battling with Multi media group, the opposition New Patriotic Party is accusing Ghana broadcasting Corporation (GBC) of bias reports. The station according to the opposition who had since petitioned the national media commission and the management of GTV complained that the…Continue