Top Ecommerce Websites In Ghana

August 30, 2019

The Ecommerce wave is rapidly moving over Africa in recent times, albeit with its problems. Africans are generally not fond of buying items online due to fraud and trust issues. However, modern technology is making this trend attractive to the young generation, and the adoption is quite impressive.

Today we’ll take a look at some of the top Ecommerce sites in Ghana. We’ll consider two main things for each platform:

  • Delivery options each provides
  • Source of items

This list is in no particular order or preference. Let’s dive in.

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Jumia is by far the most popular Ecommerce website in Ghana. They sell items in almost all sorts of categories ranging from electronics to baby products. It has come to be the most popular Ecommerce site known by many Ghanaians. Jumia’s vision is to revolutionize the shopping experience in Africa.

Delivery Options

“The delivery time starts from the day you place your order to the day one of our delivery associates makes a first attempt to deliver to you.”
Jumia Delivery

Source Of Items
Most of the items on Jumia are from local businesses who are referred to as Merchants. Some of the items are however shipped from abroad. Such items have a “Jumia Global” tag on them.

Have you shopped from Jumia before? What was your experience like?


Zoobashop is a Ghanaian based online shop promising the best deals on electronics, home appliances, fashion and accessories. They offer the aforementioned products, all under one virtual roof.

Delivery Options currently delivers 6 days a week (Monday through Saturday), to addresses in Accra and Tema.

Delivery occurs between 09:00AM and 6:30PM, Monday through Friday, and 09:00AM to 2:00PM on Saturdays.

Orders with a total value under the value GH¢ 350 will attract a delivery fee, depending on the customer’s choice of delivery. All orders above GH¢ 350 would be delivered free of charge, but would unless otherwise stated, be treated as Standard Delivery.
– Zoobashop Delivery

Source Of Items

Since it’s a Ghanaian owned platform, all their items are locally based unlike Jumia that imports some of theirs.

Hubtel Mall

The Hubtel mall was launched less than a year ago but has received massive adoption from users. Hubtel has some of the best deals when it comes to electronics from big brands like Samsung and Nasco. If you are ever out to shop for a new phone, try Hubtel mall. Chances are you’ll get a great deal.

Delivery Options
Hubtel handles all its delivery through it’s own in-house delivery service – Hubtel Carforce. Being able to control the delivery means we’re able to fulfil our 60-minute delivery promise to users. It’s the first online shop that guarantees that when you order a box of pizza, you’ll get it while it’s hot.
– Hubtel Careforce

Source Of Items
Hubtel signs up businesses who own stores, on the mall. This means all the items on the mall are from local businesses. This gives users the best and quality items only.
Have you shopped from the Hubtel mall before? Try out today at
You can also download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store.



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