Ghana’s mixed track record with social media regulation

While Twitter intends to establish its Africa HQ in the country, internet freedom organisations remain concerned.
13 Apr

Twitter sets up Africa headquarters in Ghana

The company establishes its first physical presence on the African continent, 15 years after the launch of the micro-blogging platform.

Ghana’s leading organisations have embraced unified CX

Organisations are fast realising that they need to invest in alternative channels says Olufunmilayo Okubena, Country Manager at Infobip Ghana.
Mar 5, 2021

AIIM acquires majority stake in Ghana’s Ngoya Etix DC

African Infrastructure Investment Managers and the new Onix Data Centres Limited (Onix DC) platform announce planned roll out of Onix Accra 1.
Feb 23, 2021

RuralStar Ghana project targets potential 4.5m disconnected

Huawei-backed project aims to deploy over 2000 RuralStar base stations.

Ghana edges closer to unified licensing to lower mobile data costs

Country’s Communication and Digitalisation Ministry clarifies proposal to break away from spectrum-specific policy.

ITU alliance to roll out 200 DX centres in Ghana

Cisco together with Norway and Ghana governments to drive digital skills development in the African country.
Oct 19, 2020

Catalyst Fund to support struggling businesses in Ghana

US$4.3 million commitment to support the financial resilience of MSEs.
Oct 14, 2020

MTN ceases hostilities with Ghana regulator

The company says the decision to engage the regulator amicably out of the courts is in the interest of its customers.
Oct 12, 2020

Women in Ghana closing the gender gap in internet

29% of women now online, up from fewer than 20% in 2016, according to a previous report from the Web Foundation and the Media Foundation for West Africa.
Sep 22, 2020

Ghana preps for telco tower management overhaul

Country’s industry regulator to revise guidelines regarding tower deployment and will enforce environment impact assessment.
Sep 7, 2020

MTN takes Ghanaian regulator to Supreme Court

The operator launches another bid seeking a review of the National Communications Authority’s decision to designate it as a significant market power.