Tag Archive | "Ghana Cultural"

University of Ghana Institute of African Studies,Photo juliamallonghana

Integrating And Differentiating The Enlightenment Voices

Sutherland-Addy gives remarkable sense to the enlightenment undertaking, not necessarily because of her statues as a university don and her vast global reach, but, really, because of her advanced age. The importance of Sutherland-Addy’s age in the enlightenment crusade is that she has the settled mind to contemplate on the immense relevance of the Ghanaian culture to Ghanaians’ progress, for both psychological and material reasons.

Read the full story

Posted in Opinion/CommentComments (0)


Translator

English flagItalian flagChinese (Simplified) flagChinese (Traditional) flagPortuguese flagGerman flagFrench flagSpanish flagJapanese flagArabic flag
Dutch flagHindi flagSwedish flagNorwegian flagFilipino flagHebrew flagIndonesian flagVietnamese flagThai flagHungarian flag

TAN Twitter Feed

  • More than 100 people have been killed over several days of fighting between rival groups of an Arab tribe in Sudan's West Kordofan state
  • Namibians are choosing a new president and parliament - in what is Africa's first electronic ballot
  • The price of oil slumped after the Opec oil producers' cartel decided not to cut output at its meeting in Vienna
  • French President Francois Hollande is to arrive in Guinea becoming the first Western leader to visit a nation hit hard by the deadly Ebola
  • will arrive in Turkey shortly for what is billed as a historic trip to help interfaith dialogue in the country
  • Two Roads For Employment For New Immigrants http://t.co/mW2tm2xXBG

Subscribe to TAN

Print Edition

US Funds

Canadian Funds