The former Parliamentary candidate of the National Democratic Congress in the Akropong Constituency, Yaw Appiah Kubi, has expressed misgivings over comments made by Ben Ephson about xenophobic attacks in South Africa. Speaking on World Affairs […]
Opinion: NDC Operatives Are More Violent Than South African Xenophobes – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jr., Ph.D.
This is not the first time that we are hearing about Ghanaian, and other non-South African, nationals resident in post-Apartheid South Africa being brutally mauled by disgruntled South African youths who have been economically deprived […]
It has been said that if you give the people, any people at all, a real chance to change a government, the odds are high that they will actually do so. And they will do […]
Feature Zuma Puts Himself in the “Mahama-Campaore Trap” in Case of Ex-SA Police Officers – By Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr., Ph.D.
The decision by the Jacob Zuma government of South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC) not to get involved in the arrest and prosecution of the three former police officers of the South African Defense Forces […]
While a student at City College of the City University of New York (CCNY of CUNY) in the mid-1980s, I was named an Honorary Member of the African National Congress (ANC) chapter at City College. […]
During my lifetime I have dedicated myself to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic […]
Ghana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings says late global peace icon, Nelson Mandela’s ideals as a selfless voice for the world’s oppressed, must not be allowed to die with him. His demise should […]
In his last Testament , the Great Ho Chi Minh wrote: “Tu Fu, the well-known Chinese poet of the of the Tang period (618 – 907)– said: ´In all time, few are those who reach […]
On Saturday night of December 7, 2013, my good friend Koi-Larbi called me from Maryland to inform me about an article composed and published in the New York Times by Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama. […]
It is quite normal to see Ghanaian leaders jockey ahead of one another to see who bests his/her rival or political nemesis in paying fulsome, and noisome, tribute to the prominent, powerful and influential deceased. […]