‘Decolonised’ library showcases Black and African literature in Ghana | AFP

Sylvia Arthur, a Ghanaian of British origin, gives a tour of her “decolonised library” that she founded in Accra to honour African and Black literature. With this initiative, she hopes that Ghanaians and Africans will find pride in their literary heritage.

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Ghana backs rubber to bring bounce to economy | AFP

Famous for its cocoa, Ghana is attempting to diversify its economy and embrace rubber farming. With favourable weather and soil quality for rubber production, the Ghanaian government is ready to implement new measures to boost the industry.

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Ghanaian cocoa producers delighted by new minimum price system | AFP

Ghanaian cocoa producers and chocolatiers are delighted by new government measures, established in conjunction with Ivory Coast, aiming to set a minimum price for cocoa on the international market.

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Ghana art popularity stokes calls for national gallery

With the actual Ghana’s National Art Museum falling apart, Ghanaian artists as Ablade Glover and most famous Ghanaian art collector Seth Dei are looking to urge the government to build a new modern National museum in Ghana.

Melania Trump lands in Africa for solo state trip

(2 Oct 2018) Melania Trump arrived in Ghana on Tuesday to open her first major solo international trip as US first lady. She landed in the Ghanaian capital of Accra early Tuesday after an overnight flight from Washington. (Oct. 2)

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How GuiltyBeatz’s roots made ‘Akwaaba’ possible

Producer GuiltyBeatz explains how his Ghanaian roots helped make his track “Akwaaba” a viral dance sensation. (June 4)

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Football: Salah wins African Player of the Year award

Prolific Liverpool scorer Mohamed Salah was named African Player of the Year in Ghanaian capital Accra, the first Egyptian to win the award since Mahmoud al Khatib in 1983. Other award winners include Women’s Footballer of the Year Asisat Oshoala of Nigeria and Youth Player of the Year Patson Daka of Zambia.

Ghanaian villagers profit from monkey business

The villagers of Tafi Atome, in Ghana’s Volta Region, grew up listening to tales of their spiritual links to the 1,000 or so mona monkeys that inhabit the surrounding lush forest. But they have also turned that reverence into revenue, by making the cheeky primates part of an eco-tourist attraction that benefits both animals and locals alike.