West Africa

Komla Dumor, Ghanaian BBC journalist dead

Ghanaian BBC reporter, Komla Dumor, has died. He died of cardiac arrest on Saturday morning in London, the Ghanaian media are reporting. The media reports quoted neighbours as confirming the death of the Focus on Africa presenter. Ghana’s Joy Online quoted the former Chief Executive Officer of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Herbert Mensah, as confirming the journalist’s […]

Navy confirms arrest of 24 Nigerians, three Ghanaians for crude oil theft

The suspects were handed over to the police.

Ghana Supreme Court affirms President Mahama’s election

The case was broadcast live on television and radio.

A petrol station used to illustrate the story

Ghanaian minister defends increase in price of petrol, kerosene

The price of petrol was increased by about 20 per cent.

President appeals to striking Ghanaian university lecturers to call off strike

The lecturers have vowed not to call off their strike.

Ghana says new U.K. visa policy still ‘mere rumour’

The U.K. is yet to officially notify Ghana of its policy.

20 Ghanaians arrested for oil bunkering in Niger Delta

The JTF says is is in complete control of the Niger Delta creeks

52 Ghanaian firms partake in Abuja Trade Fair

At the Abuja Trade Fair, Ghanaian firms are adequately represented.

more and more Ghanians are taking their own lifes

INVESTIGATION: Why more and more Ghanaians are committing suicide

Our findings indicate the suicide rate in Ghana is frightening

Jonathan advises African leaders to emulate late Ghanaian President

President Jonathan joined 15 Heads of State, five Vice Presidents, and other high-powered international dignitaries at the burial of the late Ghanaian president