Positive use of cellphones appears to be limited to mundane tasks such as contacting friends to check homework.
Women chiefs are playing an increasingly important role in the country’s development, advocating for women's and children's rights.
Blitz's artistic language speaks to young immigrants who are bridging the gap between the world they live in and the world from which they hail.
Human Rights Watch has released a shocking report alleging that unlicensed mines in Ghana are profiting heavily from child labour.
The Accra floods and the Goil Fuel Station have resulted in the loss of lives and left many Ghanaian stranded.
But a fiscal consolidation plan should ease the pressure on the country's currency in the longer term.
Tournament favourite Algeria avoided an unpleasant surprise at the African Cup of Nations on Monday, while four-time champion Ghana did not.
The village of Busua in southwest Ghana is home to almost every one of the country’s surfers. Will Coldwell takes to the water with the locals.
The luxury apartment of South Africa's former high commissioner to Ghana, leased and decorated with state funds, has come under official scrutiny.
Ghana's central bank will meet two weeks earlier than planned, to decide how to respond to a weaker currency and inflationary pressures.
Stephen Gray remembers slain Ghanaian poet Kofi Awoonor.
Ghana's Supreme Court will issue a ruling on whether to overturn President John Dramani Mahama's election win in 2012 on fraud allegations.
Michael Essien and Kevin-Prince Boateng have returned from international breaks to be named in Ghana's squad for next month's World Cup qualifier.
Thousands of Chinese nationals have been deported from Ghana in a crackdown on the plunder of the country's gold by illegal miners.
Ghana's law enforcement officials have detained 124 Chinese workers suspected of illegally mining gold in the country.
Environmental destruction and social conflict are plaguing small-scale mining mining operations in Ghana, Afua Hirsch reports.
A gold mine has collapsed in central Ghana, killing 17 people who were working illegally and had been told to leave, say police and an official.
The continent is becoming hot stuff as traditional instruments take over dance floors across the world.
Peter Turkson has responded to speculation that he could be chosen to succeed Benedict XVI, saying he'll take on the role 'if it's the will of God'.