The Organising Committee of the Ghana 2023 African Games has confirmed that its facilities will be turned into a university for sport and development following the event's conclusion.
A training programme for coaches and technical officials has been launched by the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) for the 2023 African Games in the country.
Tug of war is the latest sport to lobby for inclusion in the 2023 African Games in Ghana.
Cricket could make its debut in the African Games when it is hosted by Ghana in 2023, it has been reported.
African Games triple jump champion Grace Anigbata Chinonyelum has admitted to skipping breakfast before winning the continental event due to nerves.
African Games boxing bronze medallist Hellen Baleke is using her skills to empower women in her native Uganda by teaching them how to defend themselves.
An agreement has been signed to ensure that the renovation of Ghana’s main national hockey stadium is completed in time for the 2023 African Games, which the country is hosting for the first time.
Ghana Olympic Committee President Ben Nunoo Mensah met with a key figure within the African Union (AU) to discuss preparations for the 2023 African Games.
Ghana has set the target of winning its highest-ever medals total when it hosts the African Games for the first time in 2023.
A new 50,000-capacity stadium is to be built for the 2023 African Games in Ghana, it has been announced.
The National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of Ghana has nominated President Samson Deen to be on the Organising Committee of the 2023 African Games.
A logo and mascot for the 2023 African Games in Ghana is due to be announced before the end of the year as the country continues to press on with preparations despite the effect of COVID-19.
A young boxer from Ghana tipped to be among the country’s main hopes for a medal at the 2023 African Games has been buried today after suddenly dying last month.
The 2023 African Games in Ghana should be a key qualification competition for the following year’s Olympic Games for as many sports as possible and offer prize money to help raise the prestige of the event, it has been claimed.
Nigerian Weightlifting Federation (NWF) President Yahaya Muhammad has died aged 58 after a protracted illness.