Our quality streams are Icecast 128k, Shoutcast 128k and 112k MP3 Plus streams.
If you are listening at work and find that you can't access our MP3 streams (some corporations block streaming MP3 radio), please try our Windows Media streams as most corporate firewalls don't restrict them.
Get a Player, iTunes is a great MP3 player for both Mac and Windows. Winamp for Windows plays both aacPlus and MP3 streams. VLC is an open source player that supports MP3 and aacPlus streams for Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Linux and WinCE / PocketPC. You can also listen to Ahenfie Radio on your iTunes Radio under International / World.
And don't forget, Ahenfie Radio App is available in iTunes App Store for your iPhone,iPod and iPad, Ahenfie Radio is also available on many mobile devices, including Palm, Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices. Find out how to listen to Ahenfie Radio on your mobile device and take Ahenfie Radio with you everywhere.
No airline has applied to operate the Kumasi Airport internationally despite the facility being granted international status, Mrs Dzifa Aku Attivor, Minister for Transport told Parliament on Thursday.The facility now is running only domestic flights, she added.Mrs Attivor drew the attention to the plight on the use of the airport when answering an urgent question that stood in the name of Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, MP for Manhyia South.Dr Prempeh wanted to know the total cost breakdown for the rehabilitation of the Kumasi Airport that had been announced as US$29 million.
The Heart–to-Heart (H2H) Ambassadors of the Ghana AIDS Commission have kick-started the “H2H ANC Caravan”, a campaign aimed at reaching pregnant women with information on HIV treatment services.The Ambassadors would conduct visits to antenatal and antiretroviral sites in fourteen health facilities in the Greater Accra Region, during which they would encourage Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT), couple testing and counselling.A statement issued by the Ghana Aids Commission said the tour which is in line with the global and national call for the virtual elimination of mother to child HIV transmission will be officially launched at the La General Hospital on Wednesday April 15.
The Juaso Circuit Court, presided over by Mr. Fredrick Tetteh, has sentenced a man, who posed as a national security operative and succeeded in swindling three people of cash totaling GH¢43,900 to 16 years imprisonment
Yussif Salifu, 44, and unemployed, was charged with six counts of defrauding by false pretences, but he pleaded not guilty.
The Director of Technical Operations of the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), has urged Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to step up their efforts at promoting good political and economic governance, the keys to rapid socio-economic development.
Mr Kofi Marrah made the call at a workshop on APRM for CSOs at Kpetoe.
The workshop, organized by the National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE), was supported by the European Union and the Hanns Seidel Foundation. Read more...
Seek to Save Foundation, a Ho based non-governmental organization with focus on the provision of social services to vulnerable in society Thursday inaugurated an advocacy committee in the Akatsi North District to protect children against forced/child marriages.The advocacy committee would basically play a “watchdog” role in the District and help arrest perpetrators of such acts.
The project, with funding from UNICEF would see similar committees inaugurated in Akatsi South, North and Central Tongu Districts of the Volta Region.
As the United Nations (UN) marks its 70th anniversary this year, the UN Association of Ghana (UNA – Gh), established in 1952 still has no office.
This was made known at the launch of the UN’s anniversary celebrations in Accra.Mr Andy Kwabena Asamoah, a retired UN staff and President of the Ghana Association of Former International Civil Servants said UNA – Gh has faced weak support from the UN and the Ghana Government. He therefore appealed to the UN and the Government of Ghana to provide the Association with an office accommodation.
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has expressed optimism at the smooth conduct of next Saturday’s presidential elections in Nigeria and appealed to all sides to avoid violence after the declaration of results.
Speaking on arrival in Abuja to take charge of the 250-member Observer Mission of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), former President Kufuor said the elections would once again test the democratic credentials of Nigerians. Read more...
Mr Joseph Amenowode, Chair of the Select Committee on Employment, Social Welfare and State Affairs, on Wednesday called on stakeholders to help support the fight to reducing child labour in the country.
He said this could be done by ensuring that children are given the opportunity to develop their potential to contribute positively to national development.
Mr Amenowode made the call at a press briefing in Accra following a new child labour data released by the Ghana Statistical Service as part of the Ghana Living Standards Survey.
He said the data revealed that the total number of child labourers had increased over the last decade by about half a million children, with the prevalence at one-in-five children in child labour in Ghana, having hardly changed since the 2003 survey. Read more...
A Ghanaian pastor, Prophet Eric Isaiah Adusah, domiciled in the United Kingdom (UK), has been arrested in connection with the death of his pregnant British wife, Charmaine Speirs, which occurred in Koforidua last week.
The couple, who are pastors of Global Light Revival Ministries with branches in London, Manchester and Edinburg – all in the UK – had travelled to Ghana to attend a church programme organised by the House of Prayer Church International in Koforidua, the Eastern Regional capital.
The three-day prophetic programme, which was held on March 4 to 6, 2015, is said to have been very successful.
Upon their arrival in the country early March,Pastor Eric Isaiah lodged at the Koforidua Guest House while the deceased lived with the host pastor, Bishop Yaw Adu.
The Accra Metropolitan Assembly has said it is taking measures to prevent a possible outbreak of cholera.There are fears that the onset of the rains coupled with the poor sanitary conditions might trigger another cholera outbreak, but the AMA has allayed fears of a possible outbreak. The Greater Accra Region alone recorded over 20,000 cholera cases between June 2014 and February 2015.Out of this figure, about 100 deaths were recorded.However, speaking to Citi News, the Public Health Director of the Accra Metropolis , Dr. Simpson Boateng said the demolition exercise it carried out at Agbogbloshi last week forms part of programs it is undertaking to rid the metropolis of cholera and other sanitation related illnesses.