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Meqasa Blog

    by Sonia Amade on December 20, 2021

    News travels fast, and if you haven’t heard of or tried “Ghana Jollof” yet, it is time to break that innocence! The famous Ghana jollof is only one of Ghana’s many delicious cuisines out of a wide range of others we intend to put you on the path to discover. Allow us to take you

    by Sonia Amade on December 13, 2021

      The 2nd phase of COVID- 19 vaccination’s in the Greater Accra Region is still ongoing. Kindly visit any of the listed facilities within your vicinity.      Credit: Ghana Health Service  

    by Sonia Amade on December 8, 2021

      The new year is just peeking around the corner and, for many, the joyous season to count countless blessings simply for being among the living is finally here! This calls for celebration! For others also, the Christmas period has been long awaited with plans to travel, attend concerts/shows or finally take those trips to

    by Sonia Amade on November 29, 2021

    Have you got your vaccination card ready for December? Congratulations! If not, unfortunately, you will not be allowed entry at any December event (the big ones) if you are planning to have fun. According to the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture- Mark Okraku Mantey, over 150, 000 people are expected to visit Ghana

    by Sonia Amade on November 19, 2021

    The countdown to the festive season has begun! And for many reasons it is a great time to be in Ghana for the Christmas celebrations! In recent times, Ghana has become a go to destination for all December celebrations since the launch of the Year of Return celebration in 2019. With shows in the major

Accra Archive

  • Featured Building: Franklin House, Accra c 17th Century
    by Kuukuwa Manful on July 6, 2021

    In this video, Accra Archive Fellows Selorm Afeke and Divine Fiave take us on a tour of the Franklin House. The William Franklin House in Accra is thought to have been built around the 17th Century withs funds from the slave trade in Accra on the then Gold Coast. Enslaved people were often held captive and traded in the courtyard of the building. #AccraArchive

  • “Afropean Architecture” in Accra
    by Guest Contributor on July 6, 2021

    A Look at African-European Hybrid Building Forms in GhanaBy Selorm Afeke Before colonization, the people of what came to be Accra in the Gold Coast lived in houses which were built using methods of construction and materials available locally. I may therefore not be wrong if I say the people had their own architecture as they had their own way of dealing with and responding to their housing needs in the built […]

  • What’s in a (Ga) Name?
    by Guest Contributor on June 5, 2021

    After reading an article by Gilbert Nii-Okai Addy, a writer and guitarist, about Adedainkpo (old Accra) I, together with another Accra Archive Fellow Akotowaa Ofori, spoke to him about Ga ethnicity, naming patterns and more.

  • The Intimacies of Family Legacies in Ghana
    by Guest Contributor on June 2, 2021

    The Difficulty of Telling Certain StoriesBy Girish Daswani When I was thirteen years old and living in Singapore, I wrote a short story that won my school’s essay-writing competition. It was a fictional piece called “My Uncle Tarzan.” I blended a child’s (spectacular and problematic) imagination of “Africa” with my own family’s history and presence in Ghana. In the story, Tarzan was my uncle who lived […]

  • The Evolution of Adedainkpo, Old Accra:
    by Guest Contributor on May 21, 2021

    Accidents of History and Geography By Akotowaa Ofori  Accra Archive Fellows Akotowaa Ofori and Lawrencia Amartey interviewed Gilbert Nii-Okai Addy – a writer, concert guitarist and indigene and former resident of Adedainkpo (in what is currently known as Old Accra). In this article, Akotowaa Ofori writes about Addy’s experiences in—and the evolution of—the area. Gilbert Nii-Okai Addy grew up in a house […]


Africa New Homes

  • Pan-African Capital Holdings sets up The Catalyst Project to Promote African Entrepreneurship
    by Esther on December 14, 2021

    In commitment to its vision to deliver exceptional services in chosen markets and create value for stakeholders, PanAfrican Capital Holdings ‘PAC Holdings’ has set up a venture capital project, to be known as The Catalyst (, to identify and invest in growth to product-expansion stage companies with convincing business models and market opportunities. As a proprietary investment The […]

  • Africa Must Adapt to Climate Change Effects
    by Esther on October 28, 2021

    NAIROBI —  The Global Center on Adaptation says climate change will push 120 million people into extreme poverty by 2030, and a third of them will be Africans if nothing is done to mitigate its effects. The findings are in the center’s report on Africa, released Tuesday. Speaking in Nairobi at the release of a The post Africa Must Adapt to Climate Change Effects appeared first on Africa New Homes .

  • Africa: The evolution of infrastructure finance
    by Esther on October 27, 2021

    The last few years have seen a decline in the value of infrastructure lending in Africa. However, alternative and innovative new types of financing are assisting the continent to address its vast infrastructure funding gap. Development Finance Institutions are increasingly anchoring the infrastructure ecosystem in Africa, and they are also very good at collaborating. For The post Africa: The evolution of […]

  • Energy transition-a new path to power in Africa
    by Esther on October 19, 2021

    Africa currently sits on the cusp of a transition into a new energy paradigm, one in which technological and commercial innovations are delivering increasingly decentralised power to the people of the continent in new ways. A recent White Paper released by global management consultancy company Kearney outlines the overarching strategic considerations for African utilities to The post Energy transition-a new path to […]

  • West Africa needs robust security infrastructure to stamp-out violence extremism
    by admin on October 13, 2021

    Security experts at a forum on vulnerabilities and resilience in peace infrastructure in West Africa have advocated for a robust security infrastructure among the West African States to stamp-out the emerging threats of violence extremism, and terrorism. According to them, infrastructure for peace was a relatively new phenomenon in peace and conflict studies but had, The post West Africa needs robust security […]

News Ghana

  • Government Urged To Collaborate With Real Estate Developers To Address Housing
    by Ike Dzokpo on December 15, 2021

    News Ghana, Latest Updates and Breaking News of Ghana, Ike Dzokpo, leaders have been advised not to overvalue their lands in order to help address the housing deficit in the country.  It is obvious that acquiring huge tracts of land has become a herculean task over time, particularly in developing […]

  • H&M Timber Ghana Limited open new showroom in Accra
    by News Desk on December 10, 2021

    News Ghana, Latest Updates and Breaking News of Ghana, News Desk, Timber and Hardware Limited, one of the biggest suppliers of quality construction and finishing materials have opened a new showroom on the Spintex Road, Accra. Mr. Abdulai Abanga, Deputy Minister for Works and Housing congratulated the management and staff of H & […]

  • Ghana Real Estate Meet -Up Slated For December 10th, 2021
    by Ike Dzokpo on December 3, 2021

    News Ghana, Latest Updates and Breaking News of Ghana, Ike Dzokpo, third edition of the Ghana Real Estate Meet -up, which aims at bringing together more investors from across the world to connect with stakeholders in the Ghanaian real estate business, has been scheduled for Friday, December 10th, 2021. The Meet-Up, coordinated by […]

  • Budget Analyst charge Assembly Members to pay property rates
    by GNA on November 30, 2021

    News Ghana, Latest Updates and Breaking News of Ghana, GNA, Members, political, religious, and corporate leaders have been charged to pay their property rates to set an example to other residents since they are leaders in their various electoral areas. Mr Noble Atsu Ahadzi, Budget Analyst Kpone-Katamanso Municipal Assembly […]

  • Resilient infrastructure needed to accelerate socio-economic development – Minister
    by GNA on November 25, 2021

    News Ghana, Latest Updates and Breaking News of Ghana, GNA, Francis Asenso-Boakye, Minister, Works and Housing, says quality and resilient infrastructure through effective planning is needed to support the Government’s accelerated socio-economic development. If planned efficiently, he said infrastructure […]

Citi Business

Tonaton Blog

  • How To Find Apartments for Rent in Accra
    by on December 6, 2021

    If you are looking for good apartments to rent in Accra, then going digital is probably the best option for you. The old way of moving from one place to another is simply impractical and costs more than just your money, but also your time and energy. It doesn’t matter the type you want or where you want it, developers and landlords are increasingly leveraging platforms such as Tonaton to showcase their awesome […]

  • Apartments for Sale in Ghana: A Quick Guide, Prices and Where to Buy!
    by on October 16, 2021

    Owning your place of abode is one of the most crucial needs of an individual, and finding the best apartments for sale in Ghana is one of the first steps in getting your own place to stay. When you are looking for an apartment, there are certain challenges that typically come up and without guidance, … The post Apartments for Sale in Ghana: A Quick Guide, Prices and Where to Buy! appeared first on Tonaton Blog – […]

  • Benefits of Using a Real Estate Agent in Ghana
    by on August 24, 2021

    When you are ready to buy property in Ghana there are several important things that must be done to ensure that you will get the best deal. In fact, there are many people who move from apartments into houses only to find out later that they could have saved a lot of money if they … The post Benefits of Using a Real Estate Agent in Ghana appeared first on Tonaton Blog – Buying and Selling Guide.

  • Beautiful Room Painting Designs & Decorations for Ghanaians
    by on August 24, 2021

    Beautiful room painting design is something you may not have thought about until now. The room is such an essential part of our lives, but we, unfortunately, put it at the back of our minds and never really consider the room and place we live in. Is your room as you’d like it to be? Is there more you can do to your room to improve its design and make it more beautiful?  The post Beautiful Room Painting Designs […]

  • Warehouse Management in Ghana; Guide to Warehouse Systems & Processes
    by on August 11, 2021

    Warehouse management in Ghana even though at its infant stages holds a lot of potentials especially as the country continues to push industrialization. The agricultural sector, manufacturing, and other industries are great opportunities for warehousing in Ghana. We hope the information in this article helps you run a successful warehouse. The post Warehouse Management in Ghana; Guide to Warehouse Systems & […]

Noanyi – Live Where You Love Millenial Real Estate Blog

  • Real Estate Careers in Ghana: What You Should Know
    by Kadi Tay on November 26, 2021

    Considering real estate careers in Ghana? The number of young people who can’t find jobs in Ghana is staggering”, an observation President Nana Akufo Addo made during his second State of the Nation Address in Parliament.  It is estimated that in 2015, more than 1.2 million people were unemployed in Ghana (2015 Ghana Labour Force

  • Register for the Ghana Property & Lifestyle Expo 2021
    by Kadi Tay on November 7, 2021

    The Ghana Property & Lifestyle Expo (GPLE) returns for its fifth year and second virtual edition. This year’ theme is Investing Safely in Ghana. The 1-day virtual expo kicks off on November 13, 2021. The Ghana Property Expo provides a unique professional global platform to connect a selection of reputable leading Ghanaian real estate developers,

  • 7 “Simple” Solutions to Accra Rent Crisis According to Professor Reginald Arthur
    by Kadi Tay on October 27, 2021

    Article about Acrra Rent Crisis Originally published by & slightly edited for clarity. Noanyi comments italicized. A lecturer with the Africa University College of Communications AUCC Dr. Reginald Arthur has proposed a solution series to Accra’s exorbitant rent prices advising government to intervene with urgency. Dr. Arthur is proposing a policy of zoning various

  • Rent to Own: Jay-Z & Will Smith Invest in Company Helping Low-Income Renters Become Home Owners
    by Kadi Tay on July 31, 2021

    Superstars Jay-Z and Will Smith have combined forces as investors in real estate startup, Landis Technologies, which aims to turn renters into home owners using a rent to own financing model. Through their respective companies, Roc Nation and Dreamers VC together with other investors helped Landis raise over $165 million. The cash will go toward

  • California Plans To Introduce The World’s First 3D-Printed Neighborhood
    by Noanyi on July 12, 2021

    Builder of sustainable 3D-printed homes Palari has teamed up with construction technology firm Mighty Buildings to create the world’s first net-zero, 3D-printed neighborhood. The project will be located in Rancho Mirage, California, in Coachella Valley, featuring 15 homes on a five-acre parcel of land. According to Inhabitat, these 3D-printed homes will be built using robotic automation,







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