A fortnight ago, we examined the outlook that global tourism presents in this New Year. As we close off the first month of 2023, let us look at projected specific trends by travel outfits such as Expedia and Conde Naste.
The beauty thing about life is that we are all unique. Our differences make life such an awesome beauty to behold. Little wonder variety is the spice of life. The different ways we do what we do is what makes it awesome. Life would have been so boring if we all had to do the same thing always to get the same results!
The Group of 20, known, in a short form, as G20, met in Bali, Indonesia, in November 2022, deliberated on important pressing global matters and incorporated its decisions in a declaration at the end of the meeting.
A machine operator, Nicholas Issah Ativi, alias Mawutor Mawuli, was brought before an Accra Circuit Court last Monday for allegedly possessing two unauthorised locally made shot guns, two machetes, three jack knives and six daggers in his house at Odawna, Accra.
In a paper published in October 2022, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) made a strong case for wealthy nations of the world to move quickly to ensure that poor countries were not left with high debt levels that would stifle economic growth and increase poverty.
Words are easy ways to express your thoughts, opinions, judgments and beliefs but you must appreciate words are, therefore, powerful. God created us by His words. Satan deceived us by words and Jesus came on earth to save us with His words. Words are, therefore, powerful. They are like arrows which when thrown cannot be taken back.
Two years ago, a 23-year-old graduate of the University of Professional Studies(UPSA), Salma Aisha Lawal, who was on national service at Sanlam Insurance, posted a picture of a room diffuser she had bought on her snapchat.
While scanning the newspapers and online news portals this week, my eyes settled on some few words in a speech by François Villeroy de Galhau, the Governor of the Bank of France. The speech was delivered on January 5, ostensibly to look into the future with an eye on the past.
It’s past 10 am on a Monday morning, and on the last floor of the building which houses HTX Construction in Labone, Accra, Troy L. Marsaw sits with some members of his team as he talks passionately about home remodelling and repairs.
AFTER serving 14 years behind bars for aiding and abetment of robbery, David Kwaku Danku left the Nsawam Medium Security Prison on July 5, 2021; not only reformed but with a strong resolve to embark on a mission to seek support for the welfare of convicts.