News: Ghana ranked 7th in 2018 Visa Openness Report in Africa

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Ghana has been ranked seventh in Africa for being more open to other African countries in terms ofopening up its borders for other African travellers when it comes to visa policies. The country moved from the 22nd position in 2015 to sixth in 2016 and now occupies the seventh position as at 2018. This is according to the 2018 Africa […]

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Africa: President of Ghana signs Civil Aviation Bill into Law Preparatory for Category One Classification

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President Nana Addo has assented to the Ghana Civil Aviation (Amendment) Bill to become Act 985 (2019). The Amendment of the Ghana Civil Aviation Act 906 (2016) is to address the various deficiencies raised by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) with respect to the Aviation sector. The New Act thus empowers GCAA to continue with the provision of Air […]

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Africa: Ghana commences implementation of SAATM treaty

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Ghana has commenced implementation of the Single African Air Transport Market(SAATM) treaty. This is an initiative that looks forward to de-regulate the aviation sector of the African continent. What this means is that all cross-border flights with countries that have also implemented the treaty will now be treated as domestic flights, GhanaWeb noted. This step is adopted to shorten fares […]

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Africa: How Afro-Brazilian slaves of Yoruba descent settled in Ghana following the 1835 Great Revolt in Bahia

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The Agudas or Tabom people of Ghana are Afro-Brazilians of Yoruba descent who resettled in Ghana as slave returnees in the 19th Century. They are identifiable as they commonly have surnames like de Amorin, Azumah, Benson, Cardoso, Da Costa, De Medeiros, Nelson, Nunoo, Olympio, Palmares, Pereria, Santos, Souza, Silva and Wellington. When they first started arriving in Accra and south […]

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Africa: Ghana reaping the benefits of investment in Aviation still mulling on partner for London Flights

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Ghana has set for itself lofty Targets of becoming the Aviation Hub for West Africa and slowly it is coming to Fruition with the opening of the 5 million passenger capacity Airport Terminal 3 recently opened to the Public. Emirate Airlines brought the World largest passenger Aircraft the Airbus A350 to the new Airport. Not long After Air Namibia started […]

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Africa: Ghana positive about Air Namibia Accra-London route

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AIR Namibia could introduce a scheduled flight from Accra, Ghana to London as from early 2019 once an agreement between the two countries has been signed. The national airline’s board chairperson, Gerson Tjihenuna, together, with a delegation from Namibia, met with Ghana’s minister of aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda, on Tuesday, where the possibility of operating a scheduled flight to Accra […]

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Africa: Ghana closes 400 Nigerian businesses

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More than 400 businesses owned by Nigerians have been closed by authorities in Ghana, sparking a protest by owners who have issued a week ultimatum within which to resolve the surrounding the maltreatment of Nigerian business community in Ghana. The National Association of Nigerian Traders (NANTS) have written a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari and the Economic Community of West […]

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Africa: Spain, Ghana Sign Cultural Cooperation MoU

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Spain’s Casa Africa, a public diplomacy institution, has signed an agreement with the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry of Ghana to celebrate their cultural cooperation project, ‘Vis-a Vis’ in Ghana. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will give all Ghanaian musicians, no matter their style, the opportunity to show their work to Spanish music festival directors in March 2019. The ‘Ghana […]

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Africa: Domestic airlines in Ghana to be moved to KIA Terminal 2

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The Ghana Airport Company Limited (GACL) is to use the Terminal Two of the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) to accommodate domestic airlines. This follows a successful transfer of all the international airlines from the Terminal Two area to the new Terminal Three facility, which was formally open to the international travelling public at the weekend. The Managing Director (MD) of […]

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Tourism: Ebony Magazine organises a return to Africa Travel Experience in Ghana

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Following a successful launch of the first Annual Back2Africa Festival, Ghana’s 61st Independence Celebration, and The Ghana Tourism US East Coast Visit to promote Ghana as a prime tourism destination, The Adinkra Group and The Ghana Tourism Authority continue their efforts to promote Ghana as a prime tourist, business and alternative/joint living destination for African Americans in 2019 and beyond. […]

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