Monday, 11 June 2007

A Ghana blogroll – kind of (Trials/Tribulations of a Freshly-Arrived Denizen…of Ghana) (Photo Blog of Accra by Day and Night) (Global Voices, which seeks to amplify, among other things, non-Western blogs—supported by Reuters) (Critical/Progressive Look at Regional Integration) (recently-graduated Journalist from the UK writing about Africa, and the Media, with occasional focus on West Africa/Ghana)

Many thanks to Emmanuel Bensah for kindly sending me this list. "I'd like to recommend a few site on Ghana, including mine" he wrote. And indeed his (the first in the list), and the are both full of today's/this week's/this month's news and flavours, especially on Accra. The other three sites aren't particularly Ghanaian, though Global Voices Online and Regions Watch are both very worthwhile. Adam Westbrook's excellent journalist's blog has some very useful West Africa links, particularly Sociolingo.


  1. Mr.Trillo! Many thanks for acknowledging my suggestions! Will be sure to check here regularly. Cheers!

  2. That's a pleasure Mr B. I'm very glad you found me, and me you. I'd be interested to read your views on the roll-out of the cedi "re-denomination" at Freshly Arrived Denizen. Having recently edited the Ghana chapter of the Rough Guide to West Africa, changing all those figures like ¢20,000 to GH¢2 (at least that's the way I've been writing it) I'd be interested to know how the change is going down?