Africa Crosses 500 Million Mobile Subscriptions Mark Data Services And Under-served Markets Offer Opportunities...

Cape Town, South Africa (AfricaCom) – November 10, 2010 - The number of active mobile subscriptions in Africa crossed the half-a-billion mark in 3Q10,...

Slovenians Elect Ghanaian Doctor for Mayor

A Ghana-born doctor has been elected the first black mayor in Slovenia - and probably the first in old Yugoslavia. Peter Bossman, a candidate...

Nana Sarkodie Bandoh (aka Korosa) Passes Away In Toronto

Nana Sarkodie Bandoh, former Asantefuohene of Toronto aka (Korosa) has passed away after a short illness in Toronto on Tuesday October 19, 2010 at...

Pacific Ghanaian Adventist Fellowship (PAGAF) Honors Dr Paul Yeboah In Arizona

By: Isaac Amo-Kyereme The Pacific Ghanaian Adventist Fellowship, PAGAF, the umbrella body coordinating the activities of Ghanaian Adventist fellowships along the Pacific coast of America...

President Mills – “Time Is Not On Africa’s Side”

Beijing (China), Sept 22, GNA - Ghana's President John Evans Atta Mills on Tuesday urged African diplomats in the People's Republic of China to...

President Mills Arrive In Beijing For China Visit

President John Evans Atta Mills arrived in Beijing on Sunday evening, kicking off his state visit to China, as over 140 heads of state...

Ex-President Kufuor – Right Leadership Is Key To Africa’s Development

Johannesburg, Aug 12, GNA - Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has said nurturing of people to take up leadership positions in Africa was a...

First ‘Ghanaian’ elevated to British House of Lords

On July 1 2010, Paul Boateng, previously British High Commissioner to South Africa, a former British Member of Parliament for Brent South, a former...

Delta Air Lines Launches First Nonstop Service between Accra and Atlanta

Increases choice for passengers travelling between Ghana and the Americas ACCRA, 3 June 2010 – Today, Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) launches the only nonstop service...

President of Nigeria Dies After Long Illness

President Umaru Yar’Adua of Nigeria, whose chronic ill health sapped initial promises of reform and led to a constitutional crisis in his country, died...