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We specialise in the areas of Ghanaian literature and textbooks for Schools

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Our History

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Management Team

The Management Team are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their divisions. They form the executive committee that is responsible for the overall management of Afram Publication’s business.

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Focus of the Month

La Famille Ntow

This reader has authoritative approval of the Textbooks Committee of Ghana Education Service since 1993 and is recommended for use by Junior and Senior High Schools. Even in primary schools where French is studied seriously, children of P6 find La Famille Ntow very useful since it teaches them everyday sentences.

La Famille Ntow is full of everyday language in a familiar Ghanaian context. The most common verbs have been conjugated in the major tenses and there are useful exercises with answers, besides a rich vocabulary which gets one to speak good French in no time. For those who may have problems with sounds of French, there is a table to sort out your difficulties with or without a teacher.

Featured Author

Kezia Dzifa Awadzi

Kezia Dzifa Awadzi was born in Ghana. She attended Tamale and Achimota Secondary Schools. She won first prize for the 1994 True Life and Drama categories in a national magazine competition organised by Step Publishers. She then worked at Step Publishers’ editorial department as an intern for two years before leaving for the US in 1996 to pursue graduate studies. She holds a BSC in Home Science from the University of Ghana, a master’s in Mass Communication and a PHD in Health Services Research, both from the University of Florida. She is an Associate Professor at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL, and co-founder of JEKA Productions.


  • Afram Reading Clinic 2017 (Local Language and French Day)

    The fourth edition of the Afram Reading Clinic dubbed “Local Language and French Day” with the theme being, Reading to Empower Minds was held on 19 th October, 2017 at Mmofra Park, Dzorwulu. About 200 children from seven schools, all from the Greater Accra Region participated in the event. The schools included Abofu Presby, Vine

    November 2, 2018
  • “Story time with Afram” at 13th Ghana International Book Fair (2015)

    Story time with Afram was birthed as part of Afram Publication’s plan to promote reading among children across various age groups. This is actuated through reading sessions during which authors of selected story books read portions of their books, share ideas and answer questions, and interact with pupils and readers. Book fairs and reading clinics are

    August 22, 2018
  • Join in the fight against piracy, publishing stakeholders urged

    Accra, Feb. 28, GNA – Ms Harriet Tagoe, Managing Director and Publisher, Afram Publications, has called on stakeholders in the publishing industry and authors to join hands in the fight against piracy. She said the rate with which people are infringing on works by authors was very high and this made it difficult for many

    August 22, 2018
  • Pre-text of Compte Avec Moi & J’aime le Francais

    As is usually done with books being published, especially textbooks for the pre-school and lower primary levels, the books are pre-tested to enable us determine how suitable and interactive they are. We are about to publish two French books for beginners; Compte Avec Moi (numerals) and J’aime le Français (alphabets), which come with audio CDs.

    August 22, 2018

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