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Accra – Making a Name for Itself as One of Africa’s...

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana’s business hub and capital, Accra, has received considerable attention from foreign investors in recent years and has been identified as one of Africa’s top cities for economic growth.

Ghana’s Mega Aluminium Project To Create 2.3 Million Jobs

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana’s Integrated Aluminium Project, which has been described as the key to growing the economy with a capital injection of an estimated $8 billion, will reportedly create about 2.3 million jobs.

Ghana Revises Investment Laws to Safeguard Local Traders

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana's parliament has revised investment laws to rectify the abuse of sectors reserved for Ghanaians by foreign investors, particularly in the retail and trading sectors.

Ghana: A Shining Democracy Without Accountability

AFRICANGLOBE - If a contractor can be arrested for failing to deliver certain goods and services for which he has been paid, why can’t our politicians face the same fate when they fail to deliver on campaign promises? Are the politicians above the laws of the land? Where is justice?

Illegal Chinese Miners Flee Obuasi, Ghana

AFRICANGLOBE - A crack military team of officers stormed the Obuasi Municipal area at the weekend to flush out pockets of illegal Chinese small scale miners still operating on the AngloGold Ashanti concession.

Oil Discovery In Ghana Spurs Attraction From South African Firms

AFRICANGLOBE - There’s been an increase in enquiries streaming in from South African firms wanting to invest in Ghana’s tourism, telecoms and health sectors, according to reports.

Ghana Detains 124 Chinese Over Illegal Gold Mining

AFRICANGLOBE - The Chinese embassy said on its website on Thursday that authorities in the resource-rich West African nation of Ghana searched a hotel in the country's central region and captured a number of Chinese citizens on Sunday.

Ghana Government Orders Illegal Chinese Miners to Leave

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana's Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, has warned that the Special Inter-Ministerial Taskforce constituted by the President would wage a relentless and uncompromising war to bring closure to the menace of illegal Chinese miners in Ghana.

Six Things Business People Should Know About Ghana

AFRICANGLOBE - With an estimated GDP growth of close to 8% in 2012, Ghana has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. However, companies shouldn’t expect an easy ride.

Rise of the African Factivists

AFRICANGLOBE - The story of "Africa Rising" is much touted. Increasingly the quest for a more confident continental leadership is how the citizens of African nations can best help their vulnerable neighbours. It is also how Africans can engage global citizens concerned about extreme poverty on a more equal and more dignified foot

China’s Sinopec Threatens to Abandon $700m Ghanaian Gas Project

AFRICANGLOBE - Chinese firm, Sinopec International Petroleum Service Corporation is threatening to abandon works on Ghana’s Gas infrastructure due to the country’s inability to make a refund to it.

Ghana – South Africa: Gold Shines On

AFRICANGLOBE - Despite attempts by the government to get more revenue from the sector, multinational mining companies are still keen on Ghana's prospects.

Ghana Govt Pledges to Stop Illegal Chinese Miners

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana's Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has reiterated government's commitment to flush out all unauthorized Chinese miners and other illegal operators in the small mining sector in Ghana to avert the looming environmental crisis.

Ghana: Fast Money, Fast Growth

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana is now the fastest growing economy in Africa. More and more, the prospects for African countries are beginning to stir exciting opportunities for investors and capitalisation prospects.

Ghana to Launch Technology City

AFRICANGLOBE - Ghana's President, John Mahama just launched a project called Hope City. The President of Ghana intends to create the first information and communications technology (ICT) hub in the region near Accra, the country’s capital. It will be underway within a period of three years.

1983 A Year Ghana Would Prefer to Forget

AFRICANGLOBE - There is one year Ghanaians won't mind blotting out of history. A severe dry spell and bush fires resulted in a grim famine in the country. But that was only the beginning of 1983... The Nigerian Aliens Expulsion Order of late January sent home some 1.5 million migrants, mostly from West African neighbours Ghana, Niger and Benin.