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Deputy General secretary, Mr. Koku Anyidoho addressing the Press conference.

NDC Asserts they are in commanding lead

Mr Koku Anyidoho, the Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, said President John Dramani Mahama is leading the 2016 presidential election with 50.6 per...
Thomas-Greenfield and Ahiabenu II at the social tracking centre

US Assistant Secretary of State happy Ghana’s election process

Madam Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the US Assistant Secretary for African Affairs, has expressed satisfaction about Ghana’s 2016 election process, describing it as “pretty good” and...
section of the voters at the NDC headquarters

Travelling NDC voters got stranded at headquarters

Several hundreds of anxious voters travelling to the various regions to cast their ballots have been left stranded at the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC)...

Ga Traditional Council calls for extension of cut-off date

In a petition to President John Dramani Mahama, the Traditional Council also requested for increased access to the project and greater transparency in releasing...
Professor Ernest Aryeetey (middle) in a group photo with other dignitaries at the congregation

Proprietor praises Ghana’s education system

Many students from Nigeria and other African countries studying in the country view teaching and learning in the country as a haven that assures...

Military gears up to protect Ghana’s democracy

“I will like to assure all and sundry that the Armed Forces will abide by all the ethical codes and principles that govern our...
PPP

PPP Calls For Change

Around 15.7 million registered voters are expected to cast their ballot in the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in about 29,000 polling stations across...
Nigeria Customs

Custom Officials Urged To Help Stop Smuggling

Addressing the media in Accra, Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske said customers and a tautem border security would enhance trade, boost investments and fuel economic growth...

New Research Proves ‘Prekese’ Could Cure Hypertension

The fruit, which is often used for flavouring food especially soup is gradually gaining researchers’ attention in the country is known in scientific parlance...
Fidelity Bank

Fidelity bank in ceremonial dinner with customers

Bank officials expressed gratitude to the clients during the dinner after dedicating it prestigious award as the Bank of the year to them while...

Journalists asked to exhibit high sense of independence

Dr Wilberforce Sefakor Dzisah, Rector of Ghana Institute of Journalism, gave the advice at the 10th congregation of the Institute where 690 students graduated. Two...

GIJ Records More Female Enrollment

“Our total student population for the 2016/2017 academic year stands at 4,000 with males constituting 43 per cent compared with 57 per cent being...
disability

Building regulations in Ghana to bear accessibility designs

The Ghana Standard Accessibility Designs (GSAD) is expected to serve as a useful tool for individuals and corporate bodies involved in designing, implementing and...
IEA

IEA launch campaign to lobby for debate questions

The Institute said the new crusade on its agenda would enhance citizens ownership of the electoral process, and encourage them to send in questions...
HIV

Plans reduce HIV/AIDS mother-to-child infection revealed

The three-year comprehensive blueprint seeks to cut down HIV infection to babies to at least five per cent by the end of breastfeeding period...

GTUC – Developing students tasked to boost Ghana’s economy

Sharing his thoughts about the remarkable progress the university college has made over the last 10 years, Dr Darkwa said: “I see a university...
Youth participants at the forum

Youth Charged to Put Ghana First Above All Interests

“Without peace there will be no development, peace is what every society needs to develop, and if we need peace we must tolerate each...
Ghana-healthcare

CWW innovations improve healthcare services

The pilot projects implemented in Greater Accra, Volta and Upper West regions, recorded heightened motion among Community Health Nurses (CHN), rising numbers in exclusive...
classroom

Technology firm reveals one child one tablet project

The project, christened, ‘One-child-one-tablet’, aims to bridge the educational gap between the African continent and the advanced economies, which have progressed briskly through digital...
defecation

Artists supports UNICEF initiative against open defecation

Works of the local artists of different mediums are expected to rouse public discourse in market squares, public transport , offices and airwaves, and...

MP’s must be punished whenever funds go missing

He observed that such punitive action would boost decentralisation as an effective means to address the challenge of “winner-takes-all” notion, which has taken a...
Inusah Fuseini

Government makes efforts to improve Ghana’s transportation system

Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, the sector Minister, told journalists on Tuesday that the move was directed at helping to achieve government’s objective of providing integrated,...
animals

GSPCA: Animals deserves to be loved

Many farm animals are intensively confined in crates, cages, or pens so small they can barely move, while others are overcrowded in filthy, barren...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

SEND-Ghana champions discussions on investment in agriculture

Policy makers and implementers, researchers, civil society groups, and development partners thought through research findings of donor assistance over the years to support food...
21st Ghana Journalists Association

Journalists advised to uphold professionalism

She reminded media practitioners to allow the core principles of journalism to guide their work and eschew reports borne out of speculation and rumour...
tax

4 million registered taxpayers evaded tax in 2015

He said, last year, six million registered taxpayers were supposed to pay income tax to government but only two million honoured – leaving a...
Sanitation and Environment -Accra suburb SANITATION - Is lunch ready yet -Accra, Ghana (By (By K.Danso, Mar.2005)

Ghana requires $160 million to combat poor sanitation

Much of the huge investment would have to sink in deepening public engagement and education, awareness creation and advocacy geared towards changing people’s attitude...
Journalists

GJA Reveals 2015 Award Winners

The news writers or reporters are Benedict Owusu, Joy FM; John Vigah, Ghanaian Times; Grace Sogbey, Revelation; Seth Kwame Boateng, Joy FM; Emmanuel Baah,...
Ghana's political parties

Gamey calls for the establishment of of an ADR centre

The Chief Executive Officer of the Gamey and Gamey Group, Mr Austin Gamey, who made the suggestion, explained that having a dispute resolution hub...

Police begins investigations into GCB’s bullion van robbery attempt

“The police have commenced investigation into the entire incidents on the front of the robbery attack, arrest and escape as well as public disorder...