According to Mr. Julius K. Nyerere, the immortalized “Mwalimu” and first postcolonial president of the Democratic Republic of Tanzania, it was the Anopheles Mosquito who, literally, wrote the most progressive and resplendent chapter of the […]
LEGAL VIEWPOINT: Legal duties of the Board of Directors By Dr. AbdelGadir Warsama Ghalib, LEGAL COUNSEL, Bahrain
The elected first Board of Directors of the company shall start its duties by electing a Chairman and a Vice-Chairman for the Board of Directors. The Chairman shall be the spearhead of the company and […]
LEGAL VIEWPOINT: Company insolvency practitioners – By Dr. AbdelGadir Warsama Ghalib, LEGAL COUNSEL, Bahrain
All commercial companies may face some financial or other difficulties at certain times, these difficulties may lead to the insolvency of the concerned company. There are many legal issues regarding companies insolvency, one of these […]
For the country to healthily develop and progress, we need the skills and talents and the entrepreneurship of all who desire to invest in our national development effort, without regard to race, ethnicity or citizenship. […]
Opinion: ITLOS Verdict: What Are These NDC Leaders Celebrating? – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
There was a time when the meters gauging the quantities of crude oil being lifted from our continental shelf by the various oil companies engaged in oil mining in the country were deliberately disabled, in […]
Feature: In Terms of Strategies for Managing the Ghanaian Economy, How Different is the Akufo-Addo Government from its Predecessors? By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor
Folks, those of us who have been criticizing the political agenda of Akufo-Addo all these years won’t fold up just because he won Election 2016, implying that the voters saw him as a redeemer. We […]
Opinion: Government Cannot Provide Everything for SHS Academies – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
During a recent visit to the Accra Girls’ Senior High School, Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister, Otiko Afisa Djaba, was met, yet again, with the usual prosaic demand for a school bus for this […]
The reason for the lack of democracy in the tiny absolute monarchy of Swaziland is an authoritarian reinvention of tradition, and a lack of both internal and external pressure on the regime, writes Swazi activist […]
ZONGONEWS EDITORIAL: Global Education – International Migrant Destinations Part 13 – By Lesley Shepperson
Over recent weeks we have looked at some of the many challenges that are associated with international migration and the national and global responses that have been employed to alleviate some of the perceived and […]
Ordinarily, I would have lauded President John Agyekum-Kufuor’s exhortation to the audience at the 25th Annual Delegates’ Conference of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), in the Central Regional Capital of Cape Coast, not to […]