• Saturday , 5 December 2020

Time with David

What is Ghana’s justice system really like?

What is Ghana’s justice system really like?

In this interview with David Ampofo, Hon. Joe Ghartey comments on the justice delivery system in Ghana and what is currently being done to ensure that all persons receive objective and fair hearing in matters concerning justice in Ghana. “I ...

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“Galamsey” Activities in Ghana, A mass illegality or a single story?

“Galamsey” Activities in Ghana, A mass illegality or a single story?

In this interview with David Ampofo, Chairman Musah of the Prestea Mining Group calls for a concerted effort by the government to help illegal miners instead of chasing them out of business. “People say that galamsey miners destroy the land. ...

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Franklin Cudjoe debates Ghana’s democracy

Franklin Cudjoe debates Ghana’s democracy

Is Ghana’s democracy stable? “Yes, but it’s far from mature,” says self-confessed libertarian and CEO of IMANI, Franklin Cudjoe. “In our highly polarised political landscape, new ideas are automatically seen as subversive”. Recently ranked second most influential policy think tank in Africa, IMANI is a constant ...

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The Power Crisis: What has changed?

The Power Crisis: What has changed?

Why have we not anticipated and planned for the exponential growth in the demand of power in Ghana? Where is the blue print for solving the power crisis? In this episode of Time with David, David Ampofo talks to experts ...

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When the rain brings pain?

When the rain brings pain?

What are the reasons behind the increasing flooding in our cities once the raining season begins? Is it true that a big part of the problem is the result of structures sitting in waterways? Why are people allowed to build ...

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Have the Accra floods been forgotten already?

Have the Accra floods been forgotten already?

In this follow up interview about the recent flooding in Accra, David Ampofo speaks to Kofi Tsikata from the World Bank about what it will take to prevent such a terrible tragedy from happening again. “We’ve seen it happen several ...

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