A one-day seminar to educate event management practitioners on a newly developed International Organization for Standardization ISO 20121: Â“Event Sustainability Management System Requirement with Guidance for UseÂ” has been held in Accra.
The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) wishes to respond to the issues raised in the ongoing public discussions on the National Pension Scheme Â– its genesis, goals and objectives and implications for pensioners and the nation -- and the corresponding performance of the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA).
At a time when women empowerment is synonymous with national development, many young women in search of job are falling victim to sexual advances from male employers. One of the organizations, where such crime is being perpetrated is the National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP), which was set up to provide employment for the Ghanaian youth.
Patrick Sosu is a millionaire in the making depending on whom you are talking to. This 36-year-old father of three roasts plantain and sometimes corn Â– depending on which of the two is in season - for a living. He is in a profession that many have relegated to women and largely the uneducated or illiterate in society.
The Economic Commission of West African States (ECOWAS) has put in place a 250 Elections Observation Mission under the leadership of former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo to observe GhanaÂ’s December polls.
Ghana takes strong exception to the stated contents of purported United Nations (UN) Group of Experts report on Cote dÂ’Ivoire, which was prematurely leaked to Reuters, a British cable news network, and subsequently published by the Daily Graphic.
Yamoah Yamoah Ponkoh, the controversial Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) of Ejisu/Juaben, is in the news again for the wrong reasons as he is alleged to have traded slaps with a driver of the assembly over money last Sunday.