Ghanaweb.mobi is a vertical portal publishing everything related to Ghana,Africa,World. Aside news from Ghana, we offer background information, opinions, the facility to listen to our sister online radio-station PRESS RADIO located in the Republic of South Africa (RSA), classifieds , a social network for Ghana,Africa and many more.
The portal was launched by a privately owned company Press Media Networks in 2019/02/01 and operates under the laws of the South Africa. Through this legal setup, we publish news from Ghana in a completely independent and neutral manner.
Also, we have established a platform where Ghanaians can express themselves freely through opinion articles and by commenting on the news without being censored.
Ghanaweb.mobi is however a medium made for and by Ghanaians’.
The news on the portal is updated by a team of editors who write articles or aggregate from a wide range of Ghanaian Media. The wide range of different Media (print and online) from which we aggregate ensures a balanced coverage of the news in Ghana.
Our portal is constantly being improved and extended by” Press Media Network’s” web developers and web designers. At a functional level, the portal is designed to meet the requirements of the 200 THOUSAND unique visitors who patronize Ghanaweb.mobi each month. At a technical level, the portal is constructed to load smoothly and reliably even in remote parts of Africa,Asia etc.
Our visitors are predominantly Ghanaians and South Africans.
Historically, Ghanaweb.mobihas been very popular amongst the millions of migrant Ghanaians living in the South Africa, USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands,Italy,Norway and many other countries. This segment of our audience is very loyal, in fact, many visitors from the early years still visit us daily.
In the last decade, Ghanaweb.mobi became extremely popular in South Africa because its the first website that have online radio station dedicated 70% to Ghanaians living in the Republic , we are ranked as the most popular Ghana website in South Africa featuring local content.