Accra - more than 2.3 million people live in Ghana's capital. The city is in desperate need of more apartments. The construction sector is stretched to the limit.
Anglophone ECOWAS members have criticized plans by the bloc's French-speaking states to change the CFA franc's name to 'Eco'. ECOWAS had planned to launch a common currency under the same name in 2020.
What do tomatoes have to do with mass migration? Tomatoes are a poker chip in global trade policies.
Build your own park? That's what some residents in Ghana's capital, Accra, are doing because, as the city booms, concrete is swallowing up the few green spaces left.
Joelle Eyeson, co-founder of Hive Earth, explains the housing challenges in Ghana. Could using the traditional 'rammed earth' technique point the way to affordable eco-housing in the future?
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