THE ICC AND INTRA-AFRICAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS By CAMERON DUODU A lot of abuse has been heaped on the head of the South African Government for allowing President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan to leave South Africa on 15 June 2015, whilst a South African court was still considering a complaint from a South African NGO… Continue reading »
WHAT A WONDERFUL GAME CRICKET IS (2) By CAMERON DUODU T he Ghanaian Times 03.03.2015 The reason why I am returning to the subject of cricket today is that the matches that have been played, so far, in the ICC World Cup tournament of 2015 taking place in Australia and New Zealand, have… Continue reading »
MY SEVEN QUESTIONS FOR KWAKU BONSAM (WHO CLAIMS HE’S RESPONSIBLE FOR CHRISTIANO RONALDO’S INJURY) By CAMERON DUODU I could hardly believe my eyes when I read in the London Guardian on 4 June 2014 that ”Ghana’s most influential witch doctor”, Kwaku Bonsam, had claimed that he was “responsible for the knee injury that was threatening… Continue reading »
OH WHAT JOY A PLUNGER CAN BRING! By Cameron Duodu The Ghanaian Times 28th February, 2012 Related Stories HOW JOURNALISM WAS IN MY DAY (6) SUNDAY evening. Really exciting football on the telly. Now, I don’t support any one club myself — I mean how would you feel if you supported Real Madrid and Lionel Messi… Continue reading »
A lesser-known fact about George Padmore is that his lifelong devotion to the cause of African liberation was ignited in him by another African who was also born abroad – Edward Wilmot Blyden, who was born in the Virgin Islands (then under Danish rule) but spent most of his life in West Africa, especially in Liberia and Sierra Leone, but also in the then British colony of Lagos.