· January, 2008

Stories about Ghana from January, 2008

Ghana: Eating Waakye

  29 January 2008

Fran blogs about eating a local dish, waakye, in Ghana: “Last night I cooked up some waakye (pronounced “WAAchi where the “i” sounds like the “i” in “in” and made from rice and beans or black-eyed peas), fried some ripe plantain slices, made a little gravy (oil, onion, tomatoes, hot...

Ghana: African Cup of Nations photos

  24 January 2008

David Ajao posts photos from the Africa Cup of Nations 2008: “You can click on the photos on this page to link to the rest of the photos or click on the link below to go to my Ghana 2008 Photo Gallery.”

South Africa: Good start for Bafana?

  24 January 2008

South Africa Rocks writes about the South African national team at the Africa Cup of Nations: “Not a bad start in the Group Of Death (GOD – strange that). All the teams in the group now sit on a single point and at least we are not bringing up the...

Ghana: Ghana 2008 Live Online

  21 January 2008

Nigerian Football Fans blog has information about live coverage of African Cup of Nations Online: “If you are always online and still want to watch the game, i have just researched and come out with some online TV where you can watch the matches. Some are free and some you...

Ghana: Blogging the African Cup of Nations

  21 January 2008

A blog focusing on the African Cup of Nations 2008: “I welcome you all to Ghana 2008 – the 26th African cup of Nations. Today, 20th of January, 2008(today) the city of Accra in Ghana came alive with the opening ceremony in preparedness for the opening game between Ghana and...

Ghana: Africa Cup of Nation live at African Path

  17 January 2008

African Path will broadcast Africa Cup of Nations: “The games will be online at http://tv.africanpath.com. The Africa Cup of Nations is the premier sporting event on the African continent that occurs on a biannual basis in January and February.”