The need to acquire biometric passport is gradually dawning on many Ghanaians as some foreign missions demand that visa applicants using machine readable passports acquire biometric passports before they are granted visas.
The Ghana High Commission in Pretoria on Friday, 23rd October, 2015 donated food items to the senior men and women Ghana Hockey teams as part of efforts to motivate such teams on their travels to South Africa and countries of concurrent accreditation.
Staff of the Ghana High Commission in Pretoria were out in full force on 21st May, 2015 as they bid farewell to Mrs. Martha Pobee, former Acting High Commissioner of the Mission.
Ms. Hannah Tetteh, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has underscored the importance of the diaspora engagement in the country’s accelerated development.
To this end, she has called for closer engagement between the diaspora and the Ghanaian Missions closer to them, in order to benefit from their rich expertise in various fields and for effective migration management and national development planning.
A renowned Ghanaian artist Mr. Joseph Tetteh Ashong also known as Paa Joe the coffin maker, paid a courtesy call on His Excellency Kwesi Ahwoi at the Ghana High Commission in Pretoria after participating in the “FNB Joburg Art fair” held at the Sandton Convention Centre between 11th to 13th of September.