President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has sworn in four more ministers of state, with a call on them to respect the collective commitment of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), and for that matter his government, to provide honest and competent government for the people of Ghana. “I am certain the four will be good team players who will respect the collective commitment that we in the NPP have made to provide honest and competent government for the people of Ghana. The people of Ghana
All too soon, the much anticipated Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) comes off this Saturday, April 8 at the Accra International Conference Centre and the big question on everybody’s lips is who becomes Artiste of the Year this time around.
Plan Ghana, an international non-governmental organisation (NGO), has rescued and provided Complementary Basic Education (CBE) to 9,139 out-of-school children in four districts in the Northern Region. This is to prepare the beneficiaries to enable them to be absorbed into the formal system of education in their respective districts.
South Africa's embattled president has been backed by a major decision-making body within the ruling ANC. It was looking at a complaint by some of the ANC top executives that Jacob Zuma had failed to consult them over reshuffling his cabinet.
Odotobri Rural Bank at Jacobu in the Amansie Central District in the Ashanti Region has been adjudged the “Fastest Growing Rural Bank Brand” and the overall “Top Emerging Rural Bank Brand in Ghana” at the Brands Excellence Award, held in Accra. The citation accompanying the award states that, ‘the award testifies to the competence of the team behind the brand and confirms the team’s superiority in brand building through successful strategy execution.”
Sitting in a lecture hall at the University of California, Los Angeles, Maria Marquez found her mind was wandering. The history undergraduate was wondering what would happen if she or a member of her family were to be deported from the United States.
Two persons suspected to be masterminds of a car-snatching syndicate have been arrested after they allegedly stabbed two taxi drivers and snatched their cars from them. The suspects, identified as Courage Klutse, 23, and Bright Amuzu, 28, usually hired the services of taxi drivers, in the course of which they hijacked the cars.
Facebook is taking fresh action to prevent so-called revenge porn from being spread across its platforms. The social network is making it impossible to repost or share intimate images of people thought to have been uploaded without their permission once they have been identified as such and removed.
The Speaker of Parliament, Professor Aaron Mike Oquaye, has tasked the Finance Committee of Parliament to look further into the issue of the microfinance companies that have duped several depositors in the Brong Ahafo Region and other parts of the country. He particularly asked the committee to consider the engagements that Parliament had with the Bank of Ghana (BoG), regarding the retrieval of money for claimants.
The Graphic Communications Group (GCGL) has petitioned the Police Administration to take measures to investigate and arrest a man who claims to be involved in illegal gold mining, popularly known as galamsey.
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) nominee, Joe Mettle has told Showbiz that he is hopeful of making history as the first Gospel artiste to win the converted Artiste of the Year award when the event comes off on Saturday, April 8 at the Accra International Conference Centre.
A post-mortem conducted on the bodies of four students of the Kumasi Academy who died within a spate of two weeks has established the cause of death to be meningitis. The autopsies were conducted at the St Patrick Hospital at Offinso, Maase; St Michael Hospital at Pramso and the School of Medical Sciences of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has not recovered the GH¢477.3 million loan it granted to eight public and private institutions and organisations, the Auditor-General’s Report for 2015 has revealed.
The Auditor-General has submitted to Parliament a total number of 13 reports on public accounts for the year ended December 31, 2015. A statement signed by Joseph K. Ghunney, the Director of Public Relations of the Audit Service and copied to the Ghana News Agency on Tuesday, said ‘the Auditor-General wishes to inform all stakeholders and the public about the submission of the reports to Parliament in fulfillment of his constitutional mandate.’
Per an arrangement between businessman, Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome and the state, with regards to the refund of the GH¢51.2 million he owes the state, he was supposed to have made a second part payment of GH¢5million by April 1, 2017, but checks by Graphic Online indicates that no payment has been made as of now. Mr Woyome in a commitment letter dated October 27, 2016 and signed by his lawyer, Mr Ken Anku said: “Our client has a clear intention to pay the said judgement
January signing Jeffrey Schlupp became Sam Allardyce's first transfer as Crystal Palace gaffer, and making the move from Leicester City, he admitted the manager was a key reason in his decision. Speaking to Crystal Palace FC as he met with the media to preview tonight's clash against Southampton, Schlupp reflected on his transfer from Leicester and how important Allardyce had been in his decision to make the move from the Midlands down to London.