Monday, April 24, 2017

Make It Yourselves – A New Era In African Entrepreneurship

NTOABOMA -- Ingenuity was never lacking, not among the young boys I grew to know and admire. I was four. My first toy was...

The Marketing Campaigns of Neoliberalism

KUMASI -- A man whom you have heard of but never before encountered knocks on your gate. His arms are full with products to...

In Ghana, Politics and Energy Supply are Strange Bedfellows

ACCRA -- Seeming regular electricity supply might have brought some relieve to Ghanaians who depend on reliable electricity for their daily business activities -...

How Big Is Big Business?

In today's world the small business owner stands little chance against the big business corporations. And yet we still wonder why the rich get richer... Banking Largest...

A Tale of Two Economies: Formal and Informal

TEMA -- An informal economy should be better known as the every-man-eats economy. It is the structure of economy that permits man to make...

The Triffin Dilemma or Dangerous Excuse for Furthering American Imperialism?

  NTOABOMA -- Before I expose the chicanery and duplicity that is the Triffin dilemma, I would like to recount an encounter my grandmother had...

May 1, The Struggle for Dignity, by Colonel Cassad

May 1 is a holiday that is celebrated or observed by many countries around the world. We translate below an article written on the...

The Physics of African Production

NTOABOMA -- In Physics, there are two sufficiently mundane concepts – Payload and Torque (in tandem with Horsepower) - that are relevant for describing...

Manufacturing Scarcity – My Uncle and His Western Ideas in Economics

NTOABOMA -- Growing up, my grandfather reared cattle. On the flip side of the family tree, my great grandmother was the daughter of a...

African Men Don’t Print Their Own Money, Don’t Make Their Own Guns – What...

EGBA FORTRESS OF ABEOKUTA -- Freedom has become an idea. Even an illusion. The reality of which has long escaped the consciousness of the...