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Man attempts to rape mother of his daughter’s boy friend

A 34-year-old man, Yaw Baah of Adasawase, has been arrested by the police for attempting…

NLC blames Ministry of Education for UTAG strike

The National Labour Commission (NLC) has blamed the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) meeting with the…

Ghana to host Job Summit in September

Ghana is to host International Job Summit on September 3 and 4 to equip the…

Policy dialogue on mining operations held

A National Policy dialogue on the impact of mining operations on the environment, communities’ access…

Police Commander calls for pro-active policing

The Agona Swedru Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Issah Ahmed Yakubu has exhorted Inspectors and…

Government must invest in mass cocoa spraying -MP

Mr Justice Joe Appiah, Member of Parliament for Ablekuma North Constituency, said government appointees must…

Sellas Tetteh: I can coach the Ghana Black Stars

Sellas Tetteh: I can coach the Ghana Black Stars

Ghana Under-20 coach Sellas Tetteh has said he will relish the opportunity of coaching the…

Bawumia: 2016 not a time for experiments

Bawumia: 2016 not a time for experiments

The 2012 vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has explained…

Sellas Tetteh: I can coach the Ghana Black Stars

Ghana Under-20 coach Sellas Tetteh has said he will relish the opportunity of coaching the Black Stars in future…

Sellas Tetteh: I can coach the Ghana Black Stars

How one Ghanaian town sprayed away 74% of malaria cases in two years

The impact of malaria on productivity led one mining company to implement a comprehensive anti-malaria programme, now used in 22 districts. Sue George reports on the Obuasi model…

No democracy can survive in an atmosphere of lawlessness

By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Thursday, July 31, 2014 Folks, sometime ago, I posted an opinion piece to complain about the “whom-you-know” or “who-knows-you” syndrome in Ghana, which is nothing but a negative attitude to national reconstruction. I complained that our Establishment has too many loopholes that let unscrupulous public office holders off the hook…

Bawumia: 2016 not a time for experiments

The 2012 vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has explained to the delegates of the Party that 2016 is not the time to experiment with a new candidate as the consequences for such an action will be dire…

Bawumia: 2016 not a time for experiments

Scientist calls for passage of the “Plant Breeders’ Bill”

The Rev Dr Hans Adu Dapaah, Director of the Crops Research Institute (CRI), has urged parliament to speed up the passage of the Plant Breeders’ Bill…

World

Nigeria releases cassava with higher vitamin A

Nigeria releases cassava with higher vitamin A

Three newly improved vitamin A cassava varieties with yellow roots, have been released by the Nigerian government, stepping up efforts to tackle the problem of vitamin A deficiency especially among women and children in the country…

Hunting for Eurobonds

Hunting for Eurobonds

Attracted by the prevailing low interest rates, cash-strapped African countries looking to borrow money on…

Germany is 2014 Fifa World Cup Champion

Germany has defeated Argentina 1-0 in their 2014 Fifa World Cup encounter to win their…

Big dreams for Rwanda’s ICT sector

“The Internet is a needed public utility as much as water and electricity,” declared President…

Entertainment

Benedicta Yeboah Ghana sex tape was illegally recorded

Benedicta Yeboah Ghana sex tape was illegally recorded

The leaked sex tape involving Benedicta Yeboah, also known as Nahnah Abynah was recorded without…

Lawyer Asks: Why Arrest Bull Dog And Leave Asamoah Gyan, Is He Above The Law?

Lawyer Asks: Why Arrest Bull Dog And Leave Asamoah Gyan, Is He Above The Law?

President and Founder of the Legal Advocacy Foundation, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has questioned Ghana Police…

Eazzy turns to God

Eazzy turns to God

Not many celebrities openly admit the challenges that life throws at them but for rapper…

Okyeame Kwame helps screen, vaccinate 100s for hepatitis B

Okyeame Kwame Foundation together with MDS Lancet Laboratories, Theobald Hepatitis B Foundation, Roche and Ridge Hospital RPD on Saturday, offered free hepatitis B screening and vaccination to hundreds of people at James Town – Mantse Abgona in Accra…

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