A local business, Helios Solar Company (Helios), a member of LMI Holdings, has started the installation of rooftop solar to generate 16.82 megawatt (MW) of power.
A cybersecurity firm in Ghana, Cyberteq Falcon Limited, on one night, won multiple cybersecurity awards at different awards ceremonies held concurrently at different venues.
Five weeks after schools reopened, many children in the North Tongu District of the Volta Region still have no access to their classrooms.
Ghana’s leading banana producer and exporter, the Golden Exotics Limited (GEL) has handed over a six-unit classroom block and a 12-unit bungalow to teachers and nurses at Dorfor, Lubuse and Adakorpe communities in the Shai Osudoku District.
Female scientists and policymakers from Ghana and overseas have mentored 46 senior high school (SHS) girls selected from 17 public and three private schools across seven regions.
Lakeside Estate, the leading real estate developer in the country, has won five awards at the 35th Ghana Real Estate Developers Association (GREDA) anniversary dinner and awards night.
A 47-year-old poultry farmer, Samuel Ampoma Gyan, emerged as the overall best farmer in the Ablekuma North Municipality at the Farmers Day held last Friday.
The Managing Partner of Piedmont Advisory, Susan Quist, has sent a word of caution to entrepreneurs against the common pitfalls of trying to do everything at once.
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Office of FBNBank Ghana, Victor Asante, has called on corporate leaders to prioritise the mental health of their employees just as they do for their physical health needs.
The Minerals Commission says the Lithium deal between the government of Ghana and Barari DV Ghana Limited is in the best interest of Ghana.
The Chamber of Mines executive has called on the government to exempt exploration companies from the payment of taxes to reduce the risk and high cost of mining explorations.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt Rev. Dr Abraham Nana Opare Kwakye, has said he would wage a relentless crusade against the tendency of fellow citizens to loot the national coffers.
The Gaming Commission of Ghana has presented relief items worth GH¢ 40,000 to the North Tongu District Assembly to alleviate suffering and provide hope for those displaced by the Akosombo and Kpong dams spillage.
A new sickle cell disease (SCD) advocacy group, Sickle Gene Action Foundation (SGAF), has been launched in Accra with the aim to identify the challenges of persons living with SCD in the country in order to provide support.
Ghana and Germany have signed an agreement on bilateral cooperation at the end of bilateral discussions in Berlin.
The OKPER Divisional Chief of Yilo Krobo Traditional Area in the Eastern Region, Nene Anyeenorgu Teye Agor IX, has petitioned the Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, over the poor state of the Sra Presbyterian Primary School at Somanya.
Hundreds of basic school pupils across the Central Region have received Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) as part of efforts to reduce malaria prevalence in the country.
More than 600 dignitaries and high-profile personalities from about 100 countries across the globe are arriving in Accra today to participate in the first United Nations Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting to be hosted on the African continent.
Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is one of the most systemic and widespread human rights violations.