Ghana striker Gyan calls time on international career
Asamoah Gyan, Ghana's leading goal scorer, announces the end of his international career.
Ghana: Making one of the earth's most polluted places safer
Thousands of waste pickers trawl for scrap metal at a huge, smoldering electronic waste dump in Ghana each day. In the process, they're damaging their health and the environment. One project is trying to change that.
Helping small-scale farmers in Ghana market their products
Farmers in Ghana now have a new app to help them market their products and get paid quickly for whatever they sell. It puts them in touch with the right people and can keep food from spoiling.
Ghanaian entrepreneur recycles tyres to create household furniture
Jeffrey Kwabena Yeboah is helping transform waste in Accra, Ghana into household furniture. The entrepreneur uses old tyres to make coffee tables and arm chairs for sale. Yeboah did not want to waste time searching for employment so he decided to start his own business instead.
Taxing street beggars
Street beggars in the West African nation of Ghana are now to pay taxes on their earnings. The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) served the notice to street beggars as part of plans to widen the tax net.
Ghana airport get e-gates
West African nation of Ghana has launched 10 e-gates at the Kotoka International Airport, Ghana. The e-gate is expected to Identify, authenticate and verify passengers and their documents for a more secure border management system.
Young Ghanaian Enoch Yeboah was sold as a slave in Libya. We meet him back in Ghana where he tells us his story of great expectations that ended as a nightmare. He is one of millions who risk their lives on the deadly journey north. But why do young Africans risk their lives like this? Here's what they say.
Ghana president on democracy, investments, media
President Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana speaks at the Bloomberg Africa Business Media Innovators conference in Ghana’s capital, Accra.