The aversion to critical investigative journalism in Ghana

Recent articles in Ghana

Ghanaian court orders state institutions to compensate Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri

In what can be described as a major victory for media freedom, Ghana’s Human Rights Division Court orders the heads of three major state institutions to apologize to journalist Emmanuel Ajarfor Abugri, for violating his rights.

Ahmed Suale’s killing: 4 years of assurances, denials, inertia and silence

Impunity over Ahmed Suale’s killing is a blot on Ghana’s press freedom record and a dismal emblem of the steep deterioration of press freedom in the country.

Members of Ghana’s judiciary and legislature compelled to declare assets

Ghanaian accountability investigative project interrogates state institutions on the extent to which their staff complies with the country’s RTI legislative requirements.