President Mahama interacting  with members of the committee on made-in-Ghana goods after its inauguration. Among them are Dr Ekwow Spio Garbrah (3rd left), Minister of Trade and Industry and Mr Emmanuel Asiedu (3rd right), CEO of GRATIS Foundation.

President Mahama inaugurates committee ;To promote made-in-Ghana goods

President John Dramani Mahama has made a case for public procurement to be skewed towards made-in-Ghana goods.

UNICOF Women’s Wing donates to Nyohini Children’s Home

The Union of Industrial Commerce and Finance Workers (UNICOF) has presented items valued at GH¢2,000 to the Nyohini Children’s home in the Tamale…
Ms Christina Amarchey addressing the participants

Women contesting elections urged to be confident

The Brong Ahafo Regional Programmes Director of ActionAid, Ms Christina Amarchey, has advised women who want to contest political seats to exhibit…
Prof Manfred Green (left), Head, School of Public Health, University of Haifa, Israel, conferring with Dr Ebenezer Appiah-Dankyirah (right), Director General, GHS.

Seminar on infectious disease opens

The Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Dr Ebenezer Appiah-Dankyirah, has called for more discourse on the legal aspects of handling…
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Kumasi Central Prisons inmates achieve academic excellence

Inmates of the Kumasi Central Prisons are making great strides in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and the West African Senior…
 Dr Edward Omane Boamah interacting with some schoolchildren at the refurbished computer room at the Accra Central Library (left). Those in the picture include Ms Sun Baohong (2nd right), the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Rusell Xo (3rd right), MD of Huawei, Mr Paul Yao Lawoe (right), the contractor for the project, and Mrs Bernice Kutin–Mensah (left), the Head of the ICT department.

Huawei Technologies refurbishes Accra Central Library

Huawei Technologies (GH) S.A Ltd, a global information and communication technology (ICT) solutions provider, handed over a refurbished lending and…
•Mrs Juliana Ofori-Kissi (right) handing over the items to Mrs Emma  Boafo Yeboah.

St Martin de Porres Girl Guides supports Children's Welfare Home

The St Martin de Porres unit of the Ghana Girl Guides Association has presented assorted items worth GH¢4,000 to the Countryside Children's Welfare…

Inspection and Control Services holds workshop for staff

The Inspection and Control Services (ICS), a body that helps the government to enhance revenue generation, has organised a two-day workshop for its…

Four arrested over murder of chief

Four persons have been arrested in connection with the murder of the chief of Salikuga, a farming community in the Zabzugu District in the Northern…

Schools not ready for inclusive education system

A Research conducted by the Greater Accra branch of the Ghana National Education Campaign (GNECC) has revealed that most schools are not ready for…
Mrs Gifty Afenyi Dadzie — National Prayer Director­, Women’s Aglow International

Aglow holds national thanksgiving service Saturday

A non-denominational thanksgiving service dubbed “Aforebo Kese” comes off on Saturday, December 20, 2014 at the Black Star Square, Accra at 7 a.m.
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3 Airlines sued ; For disregarding Disability Law

The Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled (GSPD) has filed a motion on notice, praying the Human Rights Division of the High Court to restrain…
The four suspects from left : Kofi Ohemeng, Joe Charles Boakye, Kwaku Affum, and Kenneth Obeke at the Accra Regional Police Command

Four grabbed for possessing trunkful of fake dollars

Four persons, including a Nigerian, have been arrested by a combined Police and National Security team, for possessing a trunkful of fake dollars in…
Mr Fiifi Kwetey

Govt owes fertiliser companies GH¢64 million ;Can’t roll out 2014 programme

The government has not been able to roll out the national fertiliser subsidy programme for the 2014 cropping season.
The Head of Marketing of SIC Life Company Ltd,  Mr Albert Bahun-Wilson, receiving a framed citation from Professor Opoku Agyeman.

Ministry to expand Best Teacher Awards

The Ministry of Education is considering expanding the Best Teacher Award to include the Best School category, in honour of educational institutions…
Mr Mohammed Alhassan- IGP

Police yet to start on-the-spot fines

The Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Ghana Police Service has stated that it is yet to implement the “on-the-spot fine,” contrary…
Mr Abigchab Boye (right) handing over the items to the Accra Regional Police Commander, Mr Christian Tetteh Yohuno.

Accra Police get support from retired officer

A philanthropist has presented items worth GH¢42,500 to the Accra Regional Police Command in support of their work. The philanthropist, Mr Nyabil…
 Mrs Akosua Nelson Cuoffie, cutting the tape to inaugurate the vehicle inspection bay

SSNIT’s subsidiary opens vehicle inspection bay

Trust Logistics Limited (TLL), a bulk haulage firm, has launched a vehicle inspection bay in Tema to ensure regular maintenance of vehicles.

Mobile subscriber base soaring; Vodafone, tiGO gain 4 others lose

The country’s mobile subscriber base is soaring as the six international mobile operators continue to jostle to gain more market share.

Work starts on new secretariat for African universities

Contruction work on a new secretariat for the Association of African Universities (AAU) in Accra has started.

Security operative arrested for shooting at Ayigbe town

A 33-year-old National Security operative has been arrested for allegedly shooting a man at Ayigbe Town, a suburb of Weija in Accra.
President Mahama welcoming the chiefs to the Flagstaff House

UDS campuses to be autonomous

The government will soon convert the three campuses of the University for Development Studies (UDS) into autonomous universities, President John…
Ms Lauretta Lamptey, CHRAJ boss

CHRAJ boss must resign immediately

The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) has asked the Commissioner for the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), Ms. Lauretta…

9 Habits that can lower a man's sperm count

Remember when we all thought Mountain Dew affected a guy's sperm count? Luckily, those days are gone … and we're hoping no one actually used the soda…

Police Hospital to shut OPD, Emergency Department Friday

The Out Patient and Emergency Departments of the Police Hospital will be closed to the public from Friday December 19 to Sunday December 21, 2014.

Four arrested over Zabzugu Chief’s murder

Four persons have been arrested in connection with the murder of the chief of Salinkuga, Naa Sumani Tigu in the Zabzugu District of the Northern…

Farmer arrested for stealing church harvest money

The Gyapekrom Police have arrested, a 28-year-old farmer for stealing GHC 6,900.00 belonging to the local Presbyterian Church in the Jaman South…
Alhaji Collins Dauda (standing), Minister of Water Resources, Works and Housing, addressing the press conference.

Ghana exceeds water supply target ahead of time

Ghana has achieved 85 per cent urban water coverage which exceeds the projected 76 per cent target by 2015, the Minister of Water Resources, Works…
The participants after the opening ceremony. They include Mr K. Osei-Poku (2nd left), Ashanti Regional Co-ordinating Director.

Workshop on climate change takes place in Kumasi

A one day stakeholders workshop aimed at sensitising stakeholders to the vulnerability of agriculture and food system to climate change and the need…
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AUCC signs MoU with three foreign institutions

The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covering a lecturer-exchange programme with…
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NPA rules out reduction in fuel prices for now

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has stated that it will not review downwards the prices of petroleum products, in spite of falling global oil…


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