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Spanish mining company fined over €5m for Ghana truck blast killing 13
At least 13 people were killed in the blast and dozens more injured.
Surf Ghana: meet the skateboarding collective making waves in Africa
"The scene in Ghana is bigger and better than I ever expected. When I started skating there were only two of us."
Combating the COVID-19 across borders: Japan’s multilateral approach to the global pandemic crisis
Countries around the globe are taking comprehensive measures to respond to COVID-19, but this is a crisis that cannot be solved by nations acting alone.
Ghana: Voters take to the polls to decide presidential election
There are 12 candidates in the Ghana presidential election including three women.
Cry like a boy
“Why are you crying? Are you a girl?!” | View
"Growing up, I made sure I almost never had to hear the question ‘Why are you crying? Are you a girl?!’ that other boys around me were being asked." #CryLikeABoy
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How toxic masculinity led to my Ghanaian neighbour's misery | View
Ghanaian-Dutch Ama van Dantzig tells the heart touching story of her neighbour, Frank, and how a toxic culture around masculinity led him to suppress his feelings, to then violence and misery #CryLikeaBoy
Japan and Ghana team up to fight disease in West Africa
The Ghana-based Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, established more than four decades ago, is yet again stepping up its efforts to fight disease in West Africa as part of its international collaborative research programme.
Watch: Coffins to die for from Ghana's master of the craft
Paa Joe started making coffins in 1962 and specialises in rather unusual ones. These coffins are known as Abebuu Adekai in the Ga language, meaning 'the receptacle of proverbs'.
From chalkboard drawing of Ms Word to real computers
One year ago, Richard Akoto Appiah, a secondary school teacher in Ghana came to limelight after a post of him teaching students Information Communication Technology ICT by drawing the Microsoft word software on a chalkboard went viral.
Spike in use of sport bikes in Cameroon
On this episode, Jerry Bambi takes you on a ride with the latest inspiring stories across the continent.
Europe's electronic waste ends up at this toxic landfill in Ghana
This is one of Africa’s biggest electronic waste scrapyards and it's filled with the remnants of Europe's discarded electronic devices.
Ivory Coast and Ghana suspend sales of cocoa
The two African governments hope to address the imbalance between farmers' income and money made by large commodity merchants. Producers and traders agreed on this course of action as the majority of money does not reach the farmers who live in poverty.
Young Nigerian graduate supporting Boko Haram victims
On today's episode of Inspire Africa, host Jerry Bambi, does the round trip to West and East Africa - Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda feature in this episode.
Mourners including Annan's cousin pay respects to late former UN chief
Ghanaians paid their respects to former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in Accra on Tuesday, ahead of Thursday's state funeral.
African Player of the Year
Liverpool forward and Egyptian international Mohamed Salah is African Player of the Year. Award tops a phenomenal season for Salah. Fellow Liverpool player Sadio Mane is runner-up.
Multiple gas & fuel explosions kill several people in Accra, Ghana
Ghana's energy sector's safety record in the spotlight again after a huge explosion in the capital, Accra.
At least 18 die in Ghana waterfall accident
At least 18 people have died, many of them high school students, when a tree fell on them at a waterfall in Ghana.
Grant says goodbye to Ghana and seeks new adventure
Avram Grant has quit as manager of Ghana after two years in charge revived Black Stars' fortunes.
Opposition leader Akufo-Addo wins Ghana's presidential election
It is third time lucky for Ghana opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo.
Closed down! Fake US embassy in Ghana issued genuine visas for 10 years
The United States (US) Department of State has reported the closure of a fake US embassy in Ghana's capital, Accra. The embassy had operated for a decade and had managed to issue genuine visas to appl
Ghana's president threatens to 'commit murder' against child marriage
Ghana’s president, John Dramani Mahama, in a bid to support a campaign against child marriage, threatened to commit murder if anyone attempts to
Innovative education ideas reap rewards and awards in Kenya and Ghana
WISE, the World Innovation Summit for Education, kicks off this week in Doha. Around 1,500 experts and policy makers will discuss the latest hot
Ghana: doctors extend strike
Doctors in Ghana have extended a strike that is emptying hospitals and posing a stiff challenge to the government of President John Mahama. They are
Waste not, want not: Ghana's mushrooming bio-waste initiative
Managing food waste is both a challenge and an opportunity for developping countries. Every month, the St. Baasa factory in west Ghana transforms
Ghana's president 'heartbroken' after explosion kills around 100
The president of Ghana says he is heartbroken by the heavy loss of lives after an explosion at a petrol station killed around 100 people in the
Dozens killed in Ghana petrol station explosion
At least 78 people have been killed in an explosion at a petrol station in the Ghanaian capital Accra. It’s said to have been caused by a fire at a