'True Laurels,' a Baltimore Zine by Noisey's Lawrence Burney, Is Out Now
Its second issue officially launches in Baltimore tonight.
This Pizza Chain Is Flying NYC Water to Africa to Make Authentic Dough
Apparently New York tap water has a certain something that just can’t be replicated.
For Female Market Porters in Ghana, Access to Contraception Can Save Lives
In Ghana, girls as young as ten leave their homes to work as porters in markets, where they are vulnerable to sexual abuse and unplanned pregnancy. One organization is working to help by providing access to reproductive care.
VICE World of Sports Episode Guide: The Boys of Bukom
The premiere episode of VICE World of Sports features the small neighborhood in Ghana that produces boxing champions. Our episode guide gives you some background on the story and has a Q&A with one of the featured boxers.
Say Amen for the Cannabis-Infused Moonshine of Ghana
I spent a hazy evening in Accra, the capital of Ghana, to partake in the delights of a drink named Amen—a cocktail of marijuana-infused akpeteshie, Sprite, and other “secret” ingredients.
"African Electronics" Takes a Spiritual Approach to Individual Power
Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey takes his recycled plastic "African Electronics" to the streets.
Inside the World's Biggest E-Waste Dump
215,000 tonnes of second hand consumer electronics, mainly from Western Europe and the US, come through Ghana a year.
At Least 73 Dead After Gas Station Explosion in Ghana
Torrential rainfall hampered recovery efforts in Accra, Ghana's capital, as officials described a gruesome aftermath filled with charred bodies and spreading flames.