Ghanaguardian.com is Ghana's No.1 news and Ghana information-related website one of Ghana’s most trusted news brands. It promotes Ghanaian ideals, news on Ghana and spreads the word on the latest local, regional and national news and views on the country.
Since 2008 we have brought words and pictures from the most important Ghana, Africa and world events to millions of online readers worldwide.
We are committed to reporting the news accurately and with energy and vigour.
Ghanaguardian.com has always sought to entertain its readers as well as inform them. Our showbusiness and television coverage is among the best in Ghana. We have led the way on dozens of showbiz exclusive stories over the years.
And of course we are the home of sport – particularly football. Our coverage of Ghana Premier League, the Black Stars and the various national teams, Ghanaian footballers abroad, English Premier League, the European leagues, African and world football is extensive and regularly shapes the sports news agenda.
Reporters and writers work closely together to ensure the very best of our journalism is available to readers however they reach us.
Our mission is to make sense of a rapidly changing world for our readers. To challenge wrongs where we see them. To stand up for the underdog against authority. And to entertain.
Full of interesting, engaging and insightful content from across a vast range of sectors of the society, Ghanaguardian.com is the one-stop shop for all information on Ghana to promote your business and help you stay ahead. It provides the ability to attract skilled employees through a publication of informative and comprehensive business news as well as jobs.
Our publication has grown in size and stature and is now essential reading for Ghanaians and Africans both at home and abroad as we also report extensively on African news.
We continue to report on specific business sectors including manufacturing, innovation, engineering, farming, construction, education and hospitality plus our usual features.
Contact UsPhysical address or locate us: 120 Hill Street, Abelemkpe, Accra, Ghana.
Postal Address: P. O. Box CT 1111, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana.
E-mail: [email protected]
Send any news, features, jokes and events to [email protected]
How our journalists work
The maintenance of high editorial standards is at the core of Ghanaguardian.com's philosophy.
Our journalists work according to The Editors’ Code of Practice, which sets the benchmark for ethical standards in journalism and is enforced by IPSO. On joining Ghanaguardian.com, all editorial staff complete a training course in the Code and legal refresher training.
At the Ghanaguardian.com, we recognise that protecting the rights of the individual consistently comes into conflict with the public’s right to know. This means we have to make difficult judgements, sometimes quickly, which are impossible to get right all of the time. Regular bulletins and seminars give staff the best opportunity to learn from mistakes, whether our own or those of other parts of the media industry.
Verification and fact checking
We expect our staff to use their best endeavours to verify the stories being put forward for publication.
Journalists have an obligation under IPSO’s Editors’ Code of Practice to protect their sources, but we also have a duty to establish that the sources we use are reliable and that material has been appropriately obtained. Story provenance is ultimately the responsibility of the Editor.
When using unnamed sources, the company relies on the integrity, experience and professionalism of its staff.
If you believe a story we have published is inaccurate, please contact the editorial team. You can:
- Email: [email protected]
- Phone: +233242662349
- Write to Readers' Editor, P. O. Box CT 1111, Cantonments, Accra, Ghana.
Once verified, we will correct the story on the website as soon as possible. Where appropriate, the fact a correction has been made will be noted on the story.
Tell us what you think
There are many ways for you to get in touch with us to have your say.
- Got a story? Tell us about it
- Have more information about the story you are reading? Contact the journalist (click on their name at the top of the story to find their contact details)
- Leave a comment on a story to give your opinion, join the conversation or add your expertise
- Vote in a poll
- Message us on Facebook or Twitter
- Look out for opportunities to talk to our journalists with online Q&As or comment responses.
- Fill out a form in a story where we are asking to hear about your experience