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The pre-independence and post-independence era of Ghana saw many extended families living together as a household, resulting in a relatively low demand for housing. This trend has altered with modernisation, as increasingly, more nuclear families prefer to live as a separate unit. Residential housing units are now a major part of Ghana’s real estate sector. Read more...

Private participation has been a major driving force of Renewable Energy (RE) in Ghana. This being thanks to policy reforms in the 1980s which gradually removed barriers and created a level playing field for the participation of independent power producers in the energy sector, Read More...

The global workspace is fast evolving to normalize virtual work spaces. This change has prompted companies to upgrade their data protection systems to protect sensitive and personal data. More so, all who process personal data must legally recognize the right of an individual to the privacy of his or her communications. Read More...