Hidden behind high walls and the dusty, traffic-laden chaos of modern-day Accra, Seth Dei sits in pensive calm in his office. A cup of late afternoon coffee and three mini chocolate-chip cookies lie untouched in front of him as...
We all know the popular saying that “What a man can do, a woman can do better”. These days, most professions are not just meant for the male folks; ladies are coming into the limelight too – taking up...
When he was 16 years old, Bernard Kiwia designed and built his own film projector using local materials. “That was the first thing I ever made,” he remembers. “I like finding out how technology operates – and I like...
On Friday the 15th of March 2019, The African Diaspora Awards (T.A.D) Committee and Panel held an awards dinner at the Albermarle Suite at The Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair. The T.A.D ceremony celebrates, honours and recognises the high...
Named in 2017 as one of the  100 Most Influential Africans in SCIENCE, TECH & INNOVATION  by the New African Magazine and Jeune Afrique’s 50 Most Influential Africans, Rebecca Enonchong has dedicated her career to promoting tech in Africa. Enonchong, is the Chair of ActivSpaces (African Center for Technology Innovation...
The early challenges of not having fresh drinking water in their homes in Kenya gave way to an idea that would lead Yvonne Nkatha, Wangui Kagera and their three business partners to set up Gambino Bottling, a water processing business. How did...
What a good time to be black! 2018 is the year of Black Excellence and with half of the year already gone, it seems there’s no telling what bigger news can come out as the days go by. From Sports to...
Ghanaians are gradually warming up to a ‘new’ taste of indigenous chocolates other than the traditional chocolates they’ve been accustomed to over decades. The relatively new brand, Niche Chocolates over the past few years has created a niche in Ghana’s...
Back in the not-so-good-old days of cruising, women were considered to be bad luck on ships, a distraction to the crew and an anger to the seas. Until the 1970s, many professional maritime academies didn't admit women, and there were no female cruise ship captains until 2007....
A few years ago, Afie Braimoh was hired from Florida in the US to manage the setup of a juice manufacturing plant in Benue State – Nigeria’s acclaimed “food basket” – where she learnt that many famers in Benue suffer huge...