S2 Ep 3 : When PPD comes knocking

Lorrencia Nkrumah is the ultimate definition of an all-rounder!  A seasoned journalist, an entrepreneur and a student. Let’s just say she gets stuff done. But that changed after her second child. Learning to stare Post Partum Depression (PPD) in the face, she recounts the value of family and friends who helped her along the way.

Read More
Kwakyewaa Owusu-Nyantakyi
S2 E2 : Meet Lisa

Two childhood friends of almost 20 years, connect over warm juice to share stories of what the hell Ghanaian secondary schools and college life was. In this episode, Ky and childhood best friend Lisa Nicole-Squire get real about growing up, falling in love, womanhood and… physical abuse.

Read More
S2 EP 1 : Why it's not enough to tell domestic abuse survivors to LEAVE

Joy FM, conducted an interview with a woman who recounted her brutal experience with her husband. Yes, another tragic story of a woman suffering abuse and fearing for her children as well. Naturally a lot of people are angry about it and have admonished the woman to leave. Take responsibility. But is that enough?

Read More
S1 EP 6: From Science to Fashion

When you think of prominent Ghanaian fashion houses, Akataasia is right up there with the best of them. For many, it was an unlikely career choice for Serlom Ocloo or as she would rather be called, Esi. The Biochemisty graduate and founder of ready-to-wear fashion line, shares her story about leaving science behind to pursue fashion, her experiences as a female entrepreneur, the power of friendship and practicing self-care as a boss!

Read More
S1 EP 5 : She's got it all?

The African woman is redefining what it means to have it all. What does that actually mean? What does an ultimate checklist look like for the complete woman? Are we defined by society’s expectations and do we actually believe they are the best for us.  A successful career, financial independence,marriage and motherhood.Are to excel at all these or  is there a price to pay at every turn? 

Read More
S1 EP 3 : Giovanni's World

Weeks into her pregnancy, Ginny Partington knew there was something wrong. It's been two years since her son, Giovanni, was born and diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. From India to South Africa, Ginny has travelled all over the world searching for answers and continues to share her experiences as a Special Needs Mom through writing and advocacy.

Read More
S1 EP 1 : Depression, Do you see me?

Yaay! It's finally here! We finally get to show you what we've worked in these past few months! As exciting as it is, our very first episode, starts on a solemn note. Depression. Earlier on in the year, there were tragic reports of young women who had taken their lives, caving in under mental pressures they were going through at the time.  

Read More
Welcome To The Grey!

We are so excited to bring you The Grey Podcast! It's a great time to be a woman! It's a great to also unload a lot of bullshit! Here, we ask the questions we don't hear on our side of the world, West Africa. Join us as we navigate through stories of personal growth, self-care, love, sex, career and African culture

Read More