More jobs, more investment, more prosperity: at the G20 Africa summit in Berlin, the German government and African leaders are discussing a new partnership. But not everyone likes the plans. Daniel Pelz reports.
A counter-extremist civil society group in Ghana has helped prevent more than 20 young people from joining the so-called Islamic State. Online recruiters often target vulnerable students who face poor job prospects.
Ghana and Nigeria are the first countries to respond to reports of European companies exploiting weak fuel standards in Africa. Stricter limits on the sulfur content of diesel will come into force on July 1.
The German government has unveiled a plan to help Ghana deal with electronic waste at Agbogboloshi, a major dumping site outside of the capital Accra. The project aims to protect both workers and the environment.
As Ghana gears to celebrate its 60th independence anniversary, the memory of its founding father Kwame Nkrumah is back in the public limelight. But his legacy in Ghana and across Africa leaves much to be desired.
More and more African sports lovers are turning to sports betting as the multi-billion dollar industry continues to grow. Officials in Ghana have expressed concerns over how youth are getting addicted.
Ghana is swimming in plastic waste. Should the government introduce a plastic ban? In a guest commentary by climate advocate Joshua Amponsem, Ghanaian activists talk about the future of plastic in the country.
Nana Akufo-Addo has been sworn in as Ghana\'s new president at a ceremony in the capital, Accra. The 72-year-old won last month\'s elections, promising to stamp out corruption and boost economic growth.
Ponzi schemes are becoming a big worry for Ghana\'s financial sector. Ghanaians are on high alert after a Russian-backed Ponzi scheme which was banned in Nigeria is emerging in their country promising huge profits.
Many people in Ghana have lost money by investing in a Russian-backed Ponzi scheme which promises huge profits. The scheme, the Mavrodi Mondial Movement or MMM, was introduced in Ghana after it was banned in Nigeria.
After two failed bids, Nana Akufo-Addo has managed to clinch Ghana\'s presidency. He had long been seen as an aloof elitist but now many Ghanaians hope the 72-year-old will be the one to fix the economy and create jobs.