Sanctions letter to Ghana is an error - AfDB insists

The African Development Bank (AfDB) insists that the letter it sent to Ghana about sanctions resulting from the non-payment of the country's debt is…

Waterville drags Ghana to ICC over €25m judgement debt

Waterville Holdings Limited (BVI) has filed arbitration processes at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) challenging an order directed at it…
• Mr Felix Darko, the General Manager, Philips Lighting West Africa, delivering the keynote address at the launch of the Electrician Loyalty Scheme at the National Theatre in Accra.

Electricians asked to patronise good products

Philips Lighting West Africa, Ghana, has launched an Electrician Loyalty Scheme at the National Theatre in Accra.
•  Mr John Kudalor (left), Director General in charge of Public Affairs, Rev. David Nenyi Ampah-Bennin (2nd left),  Supt. Cephas Arthur  (3rd right), of the Public Affairs Directorate,  Chief Supt. Twum Baah (3rd left), Police Chaplain, and the Managing Director of Olive 360 Company, Mr Elvis G. Nukporpe (2nd right).

Police mount signposts at locations

The Police Administration, in collaboration with Olive 360 Company Limited, has launched a nationwide exercise to provide signposts for all police…
• Mr Richard Anamoo, Director General of GPHA (3rd left), conducting President Mahama round the Takoradi Port expansion project. Those with them include Mrs Dzifa Ativor (right), the Minister of Transport.

President inspects ongoing projects in Western Region

President John Dramani Mahama ended his two-day working visit to the Western Region last Friday, which involved, among other things, the inspection…
• President John Dramani Mahama being conducted round the community SHS block at Bamianko by Nana Angama Tu-Agyan (hand raised), Omanhen of Bamiankoman Traditional Area. Picture: EBOW HANSON

Work progresses on 50 community SHSs

Work on the first batch of 50 schools being undertaken under the government’s community senior high school (SHS) concept is progressing steadily

Nigeria’s landmark election: Collation of results underway

Collation of results in Nigeria's landmark presidential election is underway. Final results from all states would be collated at the headquarters of…

Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire open arguments at ITLOS on disputed maritime boundary

Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire are legally battling it out at the Tribunal for the International Law of the Sea (ITLOS) in Hamburg, Germany over their…

Fake national security operative jailed 16 years

The Juaso Circuit Court, presided over by Mr. Fredrick Tetteh, has sentenced a man, who posed as a national security operative and succeeded in…
Professor Pikay Richardson addressing the participants. Picture: EMMANUEL QUAYE

Accepting allowances not worked for is unethical — Prof. Richardson

A Senior Visiting Fellow from the Manchester Business School, Prof. Pikay Richardson, has advised board members of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to…
Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu — President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference

Catholic Bishops’ Easter message to Ghanaians

“This is the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalm 118:24).
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Chamber of Commerce institutes conference on safety standards

The Sekondi-Takoradi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (STCCI) has instituted an annual international conference to review policy, regulation and…

Nigeria’s landmark election today; Too close to call

Today, Saturday, March 28, voters in Nigeria, Africa’s biggest democracy, are at the polls to elect a President to lead this great but troubled…
Prof. Stephen Adei

Prof. Adei calls for preservation of vital institutions

The first rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Prof. Stephen Adei, has stressed the need for Ghanaians to…
Chief Executive Officer of YES, Ms Helga J. M. Aryee Boadi

Youth Enterprises Support to redefine programmes

The Youth Enterprises Support (YES) programme is redefining youth entrepreneurship development programmes in Ghana to ensure its sustainability, the…
 Alhaji Collins Dauda  launching the National Housing Policy.

National Housing Policy launched

The first National Housing Policy (NHP) to facilitate the provision of decent, safe and affordable houses to all was launched in Accra yesterday. The…
Mr Senyo Hosi (right), CEO of the CBODs, Mr Benjamin Dagadu (middle), Deputy Minister of Petroleum, and Mr Dan Amoah, Director of Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors.      Picture: DOUGLAS ANANE-FRIMPONG.

Govt to deregulate petroleum sector

The government has sent strong signals that it will implement the deregulation policy on petroleum prices by the end of 2015 in order to avoid undue…
Madam Lucy Aninwaa Anin, one of the 10 female MPs in Ghana’s first Republic.

Affirmative action for Ghana: FIDA-Ghana’s perspective

The Federation of International Women Lawyers (FIDA-Ghana) has described the decision by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to promote affirmative action…
Members of Occupy Ghana interacting with Deputy A-G, Mr Richard Asiedu

OccupyGhana engages A-G to retrieve embezzled funds

The Audit Service has pledged its resolve to liaise with the Attorney-General’s (A-G) Department in the prosecution and retrieval of monies allegedly…
The committee, chaired by Mr Charles Nii Adama Akrong (R) from the National Security,presenting the report to Dr Kwabena Donkor, Minister of Power in Accra Friday. Looking in John Jinapor, Deputy Minister of Power

Arsonist torched ECG warehouse in Kumasi - Committee report

The committee of inquiry set up to investigate the fire outbreak which ravaged the warehouse of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) at Oduom Bebre…

T2.to add 110 megawatts by end of June

The Takoradi 2 (T2) Power Plant is expected to add 110 megawatts (MW) of power to the country's installed capacity from the end of June this year.

Self-styled coach jailed 20 years for sodomising boy, 10

A 21-year-old self-styled football coach at Amasaman has been sentenced to 20 years imprisonment for defiling a male child aged 10.

Man defiles mentally challenged girl, 10

A 26-year-old Nigerian has been sentenced to 15 years in jail for defiling a mentally-challenged girl.

Musician, brother on trial for murder

A musician and his unemployed brother are standing trial before an Accra Circuit Court for attempting to steal and murder their victim.
• Graphic Showbiz, reporter, Kofi Duah, trying on a shoe.

Shoes for ‘rent’ at DVLA

Some shoes sellers who ply their trade around the 37 office of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) are cashing in on a shoe ‘renting’…

Aquaculture polluting water sources

Fish farming as practised in the country’s water bodies is causing major pollution and threatening the quality of drinking water, the Principal Basin…
• Mike Arthur (left), Vice President of Marshalls University College, presenting a dummy cheque to Ann Maclean (right)

Marshalls University supports needy student

Marshalls University College has offered a scholarship worth GH¢20,000 to Ms Ann Maclean, to enable her to further her tertiary education.
• Madam Hannah Tetteh (middle), Mr Ali Halabi (next to Madam Tetteh), Mr Mark Woyongo (arrowed) with the beneficiaries and officials.

Lebanese community in Ghana awards scholarship to 16 students

Sixteen Ghanaian students from various tertiary institutions have been awarded scholarships by the Lebanese community in Ghana to further their…
• Osabarima Ofori Aninkra drinking some of the water after the inauguration.

SOS Ghana provides water for Bunso residents

A facility to solve the water problems at Bunso and surrounding communities in the East Akim Municipality of the Eastern Region has been inaugurated.…

‘Bawumia’s view on statistics misleading’

The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) has stated that it was misleading for the running mate of the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party…
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