Archive for October, 2010

All About Ghana’s Man With Many Faces


The son of man

Back view of investigative journalist Anas Credit: Stephen Voss


The Accra Psychiatric Hospital occupies a sprawling block in the heart of Ghana’s capital. Walls the color of aged parchment rim the compound, with coils of concertina wire balanced on top, making the hospital within appear more labor camp than home for the sick. Anas Aremeyaw Anas spent seven months last year casing it, posing first as a taxi driver and then as a baker. Continue reading ‘All About Ghana’s Man With Many Faces’

Who Was Ghana’s Top Foreign Coach?

Milovan Rajevac was impressive at the 2010 World Cup

Bukhard Ziese (1990-1992)

The German stepped onto the shores of the west African nation when the Black Stars were unattractive. He arrived in Ghana in 1990 and within two years he was able to infuse a high sense of discipline into the team and packaged it as a winsome entity. Ziese led the team to qualify for the 1992 African Nations Cup but left his job based on his controversial stand. Continue reading ‘Who Was Ghana’s Top Foreign Coach?’

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October 2010

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