Top 10 Ghanaian Newspapers and Their Websites

In Ghana, many people still read the Ghanaian newspapers whiles others read them online on their websites. Almost all the Ghanaian Newspapers now have websites where you can read Ghanaian news online with your computer or mobile device. This has made it so easy to access premium content from newspapers with the swipe of a finger if you don’t have the money to buy the original hard copies of the newspaper.

Ghanaian Newspapers have now adopted digital technology and that is the main reason why they publish their news items both offline (Newspapers) and online (newspaper websites) with the same news for free.

Top 10 Ghanaian Newspapers and Their Websites (Respective)

We have handpicked the top 10 newspapers in Ghana and provided you with the URLs to their online portal. See the full list below.

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Daily Graphic

The paper was established along with the Sunday Mirror in 1950, by Cecil King of the London Daily Mirror Group. With a circulation of 100,000 copies, Graphic is the most widely read daily newspaper in the country. The paper has seen many editors replaced over the course of its history, particularly post-independence, after a string of successive military coups that resulted in the sacking editors who opposed the government policies.

In 1979 the newspaper was renamed the People’s Daily Graphic under Jerry Rawlings for a few years to “remind the people that it belongs to them”. One journalist, in particular, Fredrick Botchway, so gifted in his work had excelled at the paper and was swiftly promoted to Chief Editor in the mid-1950s.

Address: No. 3 Graphic Road, P.O Box GP 742, Accra – Ghana.
Email: [email protected]

Phone: Online Sales: 0543465403 | 0242202447 | Ads Dept: +233 302 684001

Ghanaian Times Newspaper

The newspaper was formerly known as the Guinea Press Limited. It was established by the first President of Ghana, the late President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in 1957, as a printing press for The Convention People’s Party.

After his overthrow in a military coup in 1966, The Guinea Press was taken over as state property by the National Liberation Council Decree 130 of 1968. By an instrument of Incorporation-Act 363, 1971, Guinea Press was changed to the New Times Corporation. The Act also repealed the National Newspapers (Guinea Press Limited – Interim Reconstitution Decree) which acquired it as state property. That Act was given further recognition by the provision of Provisional National Defence Council Law 42.

Address: New Times Corporation, P.O. Box 2638, Ring Road West, Accra – Ghana.
Email: [email protected]

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ModernGhana is an online media portal that since its inception in 2005 has met the demands of readers and visitors with the growing population of the online community. The site covers news, politics, business, sports, entertainment, and opinions. It is owned by Modern Ghana Media Communication Ltd., a privately-owned Ghana company.

The company is also the owner and manager of the Facebook Page: Modern Ghana Web, Twitter Account: @modernghanaweb, Instagram Account: @modernghana, Linkedin Account: Modern Ghana, and YouTube Channel: Modern Ghana.

The news portal has brought news stories and information to Ghanaians and other international viewers who currently make up the large audience online. The website provides the reading audience with a radio and social networking platform in Ghana and abroad.

Address: P.O. Box DT 2235, Adentan, Accra, Ghana.
Phone: +233 55 900 0181 | Whatsapp: +233 55 651 3261
Email: [email protected]

Daily Guide Ghana Newspaper

Daily Guide is a private-owned daily newspaper owned by the Blay Family published in Accra, Ghana. The paper was started in 1984. This daily newspaper is published six times per week and is regarded as the most circulated independent paper in Ghana with a readership of about 50,000 copies a day. The editor of the newspaper is Yaw Owusu, with Fortune Alimi as Executive Editor.

Address: 2nd turn left, opposite Nima Police Station, turn right to Stephen Amartey Close, Nima Residential
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +233) 302 229 576 /(+233) 302 232 760 /(+233) 302 231 459

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The Ghanaian Chronicles Newspaper

The Ghanaian Chronicle is an English-language daily newspaper published from Accra, Ghana. It has a circulation of 45,000 copies, making it the biggest private newspaper in Ghana.

Address: 37 Lomoko Street, Abeka, Accra – Ghana
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +233 (20) 816 71 10 / +233 (57) 386 90 94

Accra Daily Mail

Accra Daily Mail was an English-language daily newspaper from Accra, Ghana. The paper, which is privately owned, was started in 1998. The daily ceased publication in January 2009 due to financial problems. In April 2009 the paper was relaunched with the name The Mail. Its frequency was also changed to biweekly.


Business & Financial Times (BFT) Newspaper

The Business and Financial Times is a Ghanaian privately-owned newspaper that focuses on reporting business news from Ghana and across the African continent. The newspaper is popularly known as the B&FT, it has nationwide coverage and a readership of about 309, 000 as reported by Geopoll’s ranking of nationwide top newspapers. Its mainly noted for its coverage on issues about the banking sector, local and international trade, the oil and gas sector, and that of the macro and micro-economy.

Established in 1989 as a weekly publication, the newspaper is a now a daily paper delivering business and financial news and information to the business community in the country and internationally.

Over the years, Business & Financial Times Limited has rolled out a cocktail of other publications including the pan African business magazine, Business Times Africa; Energy Today and the online portal: as well as the B&FT Weekend, which is dedicated to social issues and discovering the social side of Corporate Ghana.

Address: PMB CT 16, Cantonments-Accra.
Phone: (+233) 50 320 1214 / (+233) 0302 785 561
Email: [email protected]

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The New Statesman

The Statesman Newspaper is a Ghanaian newspaper printed weekly in Ghana by the Graphic Communications Group. It is the oldest mainstream newspaper in Ghana. It has been in circulation since 1949.


News Ghana

News Ghana formerly known as Spy Ghana started in 2010 as a news blog by Madam Mushura Don-Baare and became a News Portal in January 2013. Spy Ghana also made world headlines for the wrong reasons in 2012. News Ghana is managed by Roger A. Agana, who is co-founder, former general manager, and editor of The parent company of News Ghana is M’ideas Group with operations throughout Africa specializing in news reporting, public relations, advertisement, product review, search engine optimization (SEO), domain registration, web hosting, and designing.

Phone: +233 244244807
Email: [email protected]

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YEN Ghana is a Ghanaian online news publication created in September 2015. It covers local and international news, politics, business, entertainment, technology, sport news and users’ generated news content. is a partner of Genesis Media global consumer Internet company which also cooperates with Tuko (in Kenya) and (in Nigeria). It has its headquarters in Accra and covers local and international news, politics, business, entertainment, technology, sport news and users’ generated news content. It has a presence on the web, social media, and mobile platforms, particularly on Android.

Address: No. 39 Boundary Road, East Legon, Accra.
Phone: +233 (55) 773 1677
Email: [email protected]

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