The games at the heart of Ghana life
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The games at the heart of Ghana life

When you mention gaming these days most people will automatically think of computer games.

But in many parts of the world traditional board games are still an important part of the social scene.

For Ghana’s fishermen, the ancient African game of Oware is still a favourite pastime and a way to wind down at the end of a busy day on the ocean.

The BBC went to visit the village of Senya Beraku to experience the excitement and passion that comes with traditional board games.

  • 12 Jan 2016
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