December 22, 2017
AYAT in the Kudi Music video

Kudi Music Video: The Mirror Between M.anifest and AYAT

Kudi is a word on struggle. Translating from Hausa into “money,” it is a theme […]
October 23, 2017

Onyankopon Inspires a Japanese Anime

There’s a good chance you’re definitely familiar with ‘Onyankopon’ (Onyame-a god; Koro-one; Pon-great; meaning the only great god, besides whom no other
September 26, 2017

Book Review: Words of the Wind

TITLE: Words of the Wind AUTHORS: Elikem M. Aflakpui and Leslie A. Akplah NO. OF […]
September 11, 2017

Portrait of Ghana: A Portrait of Hope?

Hands open to reveal a rotating miniature earth cupped between, as a Voice Over teases: […]
September 5, 2017

What It Means for Ghana to Own a Radio Telescope

Ghana’s desire to become a space-faring nation became a reality when it successfully deployed its […]
September 5, 2017

How to Build Resilience in the Face of Disasters

On an early Monday morning on the 14th of August, 2017, residents of a suburb […]
August 16, 2017

Tales of a College Freshman – Part 3

This brief review of some aspects of effective communication concludes the series of conversations from […]
July 31, 2017

Africa: Grow Dirty Now, Clean up Later?

In his Middle-earth Legendarium, Tolkien succeeds in painting an engrossing picture — albeit a fabricated […]
July 26, 2017

Behold the Rise of African Speculative Fiction

“There has always been imaginative storytelling in Africa.” Geoff Charles Ryman, a three times literary […]
July 20, 2017

A Review of The Write Right Seminar

Saturday, the 15th of July, 2017 wasn’t just an ordinary Saturday. The “Write Right” seminar, […]
July 10, 2017

What a Storm over Ghana Looks Like from Space!

A Storm over Ghana ? Yes you got that right. Slant the vertical map of […]
June 28, 2017

The First Day of an Intern

After I was through with the interview, I was instructed to report at 8 am […]
June 14, 2017

Opportunities in Ghana: My Internship

It always feels good to have unemployment out of your daily worries, but earning that […]
May 31, 2017

Flashback to the Design Thinking Ghana Conference

For the first time, I attended an event which didn’t spoon feed me with information […]
April 20, 2017

Review of Blackmail-a Roverman Production

Uncle Ebo fed us yet again with an extraordinary play at the end of the […]
March 14, 2017

Oh! Mr. Gabby- My Potential Landlord and Real Estate Woes

“Oh! Mr. Gabby…” was all I could say at 7:00 am that Wednesday, 22nd February […]
March 14, 2017

Hospital Wahala

The persistent calls from mum got me pissed off as well as wipe the sleep […]
March 14, 2017

When In Rome

I visited a church recently. After the pastor had preached, he threw a question into […]
March 9, 2017

Post 2015 Development Strategies:Girl Child Development and Education

The African region has been a direct beneficiary of the Millennium Development Goals which has […]
February 23, 2017

LANDMINES AND GEMSTONES

The past few weeks have been… amaectic (erhm no, your dictionary does not need an […]
January 31, 2017

On Vacation

  I had many plans for this vacation. Among others, I wanted to drown myself […]
December 27, 2016

Retrospective Introspection of My 2016 Writing Year-Elikem Aflakpui

Gradually, we are flipping to the last pages of the year 2016. It is said […]
December 25, 2016

GROWING UP BOOK REVIEW – Nana Awere Damoah

Title: Growing Up (an anthology of everyday experiences from everyday people) Edited by: Leslie Akplah […]
November 28, 2016

The ‘Sebitically Romantic Ho’ Experience.

For the few lucky people like me who were involved in planning the event, Romancing […]
November 25, 2016

M.ANIFEST – NOWHERE COOL ALBUM REVIEW

 1. Nowhere Cool |I’ve sacrificed my personal life to be creative to get the music […]
November 21, 2016

Inspiring Talks By Some TedxAccraWomen Speakers

TEDxAccra, the local chapter of TED Global, hosted its first signature women’s flagship event, TEDxAccraWomen, […]
September 13, 2016

SANKOFA

Since 2008, Uncle Ebo Whyte has been thrilling theatre lovers with outstanding plays which do […]
June 23, 2016

Mallams and Pastors – A Writers View of Christianity In Ghana

On 11th June 2016, I had the privilege to watch a hilarious play titled “Mallams & […]
May 4, 2016

All is Fair in Love and War: Amakye vs Dede

Hello! It’s your girl Mina here and I am back with another epic film review. […]
April 25, 2016

The Art of Seduction: Chronicles of Rebecca

I’ve always loved movies because they take us on the wildest adventures we least expect […]
April 21, 2016

#AhasporavsDiaspora : From the Perspective of a Student

It’s Tuesday the 19th of April 2016 and there was a program gnawing in my […]
April 5, 2016

A Photo with Afriyie – The Untold Story

“If you look at history, innovation doesn’t come just from giving people incentives; it comes […]
March 31, 2016

The Importance of Writing Creatively

Today, threesixtyGh held its second creative writing series with level 100 students at the Ghana Institute […]
March 31, 2016

Awesome “Spoken Wordists” Akotowaa Thinks You Should Know

Our amazing content provider, Ivana Akotowaa Ofori, a high school blogger shares her list of […]