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the capital and largest city of Ghana with a deep-water port

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After a prolonged drum roll, the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City will be opening its doors in Accra in mid October, and is set to be Ghana's premier modern luxury hotel.
Torrential rains have left traces of devastation in Accra, as several parts of the largest Southern city have been submerged.
Nakawa said the earlier departure time means passengers from South Africa will now use Air Namibia's morning flights to Windhoek to catch the flight to Accra.
Accra defies the conventions of academic ethnography in its book format as well.
The flight later landed in Accra, before making an onward journey to Abidjan in Cote D'Ivoire.
Though deemed a rural activity, farming is ubiquitous in Accra the pinnacle of urbanism in Ghana.
Accra set to transform its financial strategy to gear up for continued growth
At least 10 people were killed when a cargo plane overshot the runway and hit a bus on the ground near the airport in Ghana's capital Accra on Saturday.
Demand for our services to Accra has been steadily building and the introduction of the A340-500 will offer our customers an even better experience when travelling on this route," said Jean Luc Grillet, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations for Africa.
XFT Ghana is a business based in Accra the capital of Ghana, with branches in the U.
The Ghanaian capital, Accra, Thursday will stage the 2011 CAF Awards that honours achievers in African football from players, officials and administrators for the year under review.
venpick Ambassador Hotel Accra now blends every aspect of 21st century excellence alongside original artwork from contemporary Ghanaian artists with stunning wooden carvings of animals, artefacts and design features.
ACCRA, Mar 24, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's president inaugurated Wednesday the chancellery building of the Turkish embassy in Ghana's capital city Accra.
The study area was mainly the coastal savannah areas of Accra and its environs and it adopted the qualitative research approach which comprised direct observation or field survey and key informant interviewing to examine the various socio-cultural activities of the people living along the coastal savannah areas of Accra to ascertain the extent of degradation of the aesthetic aspects of the natural environment.
The service from Washington Dulles International Airport will be flown via Accra, Ghana and will use a Boeing 767 aircraft.