Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 31/01/2013 - 7:42pm
The budding of many young entrepreneurs in Africa poses the question as to whether mentorship is essential for the success of their initiatives.
Mr. Charles Kofi Fekpe, an experienced African entrepreneur, Chartered certified accountant, Managing Consultant of CFEKPE Consulting Ltd and also a Published Writer shares his views on the types and impotance of mentoring young African Entrepreneurs.
Random pictures from some selected polling stations in Accra....
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These are some pictures of some polling sataions in Accra as the voting was going on as well as some citizens who were happy to exercise thier franchise,whiles on a lighter note some well none restaurants in the capital city were empty on the day GHANA DECIDES.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 10/11/2012 - 10:03am
MEST GHANA has given hope to many young and creative software entrepreneurs in Ghana to set up their own companies.
Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology, Ghana, was established through the non-profit Meltwater Foundation, with the aim of creating jobs and wealth locally, by training young Africans to become software entrepreneurs.
During the intensive two-year program, Entrepreneurs in Training (EITs) work with experienced business executives, university graduates and current MBA students from top universities worldwide, to develop software applications and prepare them for launch in the global marketplace.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 06/11/2012 - 8:55pm
This year's Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) presidential debate was done between the presidential candidates, and a second round of debates are due between their running mates on 6 November.
The presidential debate, which was held on 30October,2012, at Temale, Northern region of Ghana, brought together four aspirants - incumbent President John Dramani Mahama (NDC), Dr. Abu Sakara (CPP), Mr. Hassan Ayariga (PNC), and, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo (NPP) with the exception of Dr. Paa Kwesi Ndoum (PPP).
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 18/10/2012 - 4:13pm
Social media usage has not been the tool for politicians and voters during election in the past decades.
Social media usage has not been the tool for politicians and voters during election in the past decades. The recent change in technology and the increase in the mobile of Africans especially Ghana has forced both politicians and stakeholders to use social media in the campaign of both the promises of political parties and the campaign on peaceful elections.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 24/09/2012 - 11:01pm
Bright B. Simons is the Director of Development Research at IMANI, and the Coordinator of the mPedigree Network. He performs a range of functions for IMANI related to social marketing, research and coordinating alliances.
@Kofiemeritus: What really sparked the idea behind MPedigree project?
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 21/09/2012 - 10:43am
With the dust of the recently concluded FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup hardly settled, another sand storm is brewing in Azerbaijan with the imminent start of the U-17 edition of the Women’s World Cup.
In the third edition of the women’s continental showpiece event at U17 level, African representatives, Nigeria and Ghana, have been ever present at the tournament while Gambia will get to rub shoulders with the best in the world at this level for the first time.
Gambia have never qualified a women’s team for a major championship before, and they had never even entered a team in the U-17 preliminaries before. So the success of coach Buba Jallow’s team earlier this year was a pleasant surprise for the small west African nation.