Mr Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh, a former Director of Newspapers with the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), has been appointed full time into the faculty of the Christian Services University College (CSUC) as an Associate Professor with effect from this month.
The Kumasi High Court presided over by His Lordship Efo Kossi Kaglo, acting as a supervising High Court judge, last Wednesday placed an interim injunction on the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), restraining it from evicting traders at Dr Mensah, which is close to the "Boiler" market enclave.
Ghana’s roads are to undergo a major reconstruction with modern all-season road network linkages to spur economic and social development through easier access to and from rural areas to the main population centre.
Foerty-Two citizens of the Dormaa Traditional Area based in the United States of America (USA) have combined their resources to donate two modern patient monitors worth about GH¢30,000 to the Dormaa-Ahenkro Presbyterian Hospital.
The Director of Cybercrime Unit of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, Dr Herbert Gustav Yankson, has cautioned the general public against seeming lucrative online investments as most of them are Ponzi schemes used in defrauding investors.
More than 500 representatives of progressive youth groups from Africa and different parts of the world who believe in the continued relevance of the Pan-Africanist struggle once led by Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah have converged on Winneba in the Central Region for the third annual Pan-Africanism conference.
The government, through the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), will pay compensation to all cocoa farmers and landowners whose swollen shoot-infested cocoa farms will be cut down throughout the country, Mr Samuel Ankamah, the Deputy Central Regional Manager of the Cocoa Health and Extension Division (CHED) of the COCOBOD, has said.
The fate of some 800 workers of Akosombo Textiles Limited (ATL) hangs in the balance because the company is struggling to keep all of them in employment due to daunting challenges in the textile industry.
The World Bank has approved 50 million dollars to support the government’s efforts at addressing illegal small-scale mining under activities outlined in the Multi-Sectoral Mining Integrated Project (MMIP).
Ghana’s recent ratings by the Standards and Poor indicating that the economy has improved from a B - status to a solid B, with a stable outlook, is a confirmation that we’re in the right direction, Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, said Tuesday.