The e-Transform Ghana project will harness information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks (WAN), the Internet, and mobile computing).
The analogue to digital transition would ensure that Ghana conforms to global standards in Television and also offer the following benefits to consumers.
The Eastern Corridor Fiber Optic Backbone is part of a project being implemented by the Ministry of Communications
The Government of Ghana, acting through the Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation, in keeping pace
To facilitate the development of a reliable and cost-effective world-class Communications infrastructure and services, driven by appropriate technological innovations and accessible by all citizens to enhance the promotion of economic competitiveness in a knowledge-based environment.
Ministry of Communication and Digitalisation (MoCD) is to ensure the convergence of communication technologies to facilitate the promotion of a viable integrated national development process within a global setting.Read More
Ghana, like most African countries, was built on trade.
Long before we decided to take the name of that illustrious ancient Soninke Kingdom whose capital of Koumbi Saleh was at the heart of the salt and gold trade of the Western Sahara, our forebears had staked the flag of trade in every outpost of this land.
Tekyiman was as far back as the 14th century a hub for the kola trade and a crossroads for commerce across the Hausa Diaspora. Between the 16th and 18th century, Salaga achieved renown across the length and breadth of the Sahara as a major port of business and exchange place for Africa’s wealth and ingenuity. The European adventurers who came here in the 15th and 16th centuries were drawn by trade and saw it as the hallmark of our existence.Read More