60 Years Ago Ghana And Malaysia Were ‘Twins’ – Then The Asian Nation Left Its African ‘Brother’ Far Behind. What Happened?

If Malaysia was your home instead of Ghana, you would use 18 times more electricity, live nine years longer, make five times more money, be 72% less likely to be unemployed, and consume 7.5 times more oil

Surprised? Yes, Elections Can Still Be Held In Africa Without Blocking The Internet – Or Vote Rigging

A digital rights group documented 52 internet shutdowns across the world in 2016 alone, with shutdowns in at least 11 African countries contributing to that number

As Ghana’s Akufo-Addo Takes Office, Here Are 6 Things About Him For Your Cocktail Small Talk (PHOTOS)

He becomes the third First Son to be elected to power in relatively free elections in Africa, and brings the number of presidential children in power on the continent to five

17 Presidential Elections In Africa So Far In 2016: It’s A Story Of Blood, Tears, And Some Drops Of Joy

Electoral events this year highlight the manipulation, intimidation and contestation that mar democratisation processes in Africa. Yet despite these setbacks, some were considered transparent, free and fair