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Maureen Biney is a Ghanaian software engineer working at AMEX in the United Kingdom. Before moving to the UK she worked at Ringier Ghana as a software engineer on e-commerce and jobs. She was nominated for by EveryWoman in Tech UK Awards at the end of last year. The Innovator award (sponsored by Equiniti) was awarded to a woman designing, developing, researching, implementing or being exceptionally creative with technology in an unconventional and innovative way.
If you have made a firm decision to eat more greens this year then you would be happy to know where to get Kale to add to your shopping list.
Some months ago, I was a guest speaker at SEEK’s monthly reading session and encountered a rather talented young woman who delivered a fascinating style of spoken word I was unfamiliar with
The theme for this year’s celebration is #MYCHOCOLATEEXPERIENCE and an online social media campaign has also been launched on the Ghana Tourism Authority social media platforms for Ghanaians to partake in
Two of the least talked about methods of conception topics in Ghana; IVF Treatment and Surrogacy. Not only the least but it’s almost like a taboo topic in most social circles and one most people will not comment on even on social media.
This is going to be a very detailed and informative post on the adoption process in Ghana, what to know with respect to the legal system, fees, challenges and pitfalls to avoid,
Technical hitches are bound to happen but are the least expected at the brand new terminal which cost our nation 275-8 million dollars to build.
Coffee production startups are springing up in Ghana on a quiet but strong ascent with most of these businesses harvesting locally grown coffee in the chilly and cool green mountains of Akropong and some parts of the Volta Region of Ghana
What an incredibly fun time it was on Saturday! The food walking tour through Jamestown British Accra which I organised for my food blog and cooking class community was all kinds of liveliness with huge toppings of learning about the Ga food culture. Of course and naturally we ate our way from one stop to the other.