The Accra Metro office of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), in partnership with the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), has started a sanitation campaign dubbed: "Clean Accra Clean."
The Minister of Energy and Petroleum, Mr John Peter Amewu, has welcomed the overwhelming interest in the country’s upstream petroleum exploration and production after the launch of the first licensing round by the President last month.
Operations of the National Labour Commission (NLC) may grind to a halt in the coming weeks if the government fails to release funds to the commission, the Executive Secretary, Mr Ofosu Asamoah, has said.
Mrs Christine-Marie Nyantakyi, the first wife of former Ghana Football Association (GFA) boss Kwesi Nyantakyi has for the first time spoken about the circumstances which led to the lifetime ban of her husband from all football activities.
A retired Supreme Court judge, Professor Justice Samuel Date-Bah, has called on the government to be proactive in fashioning policies, statutes and administrative measures to facilitate and regulate the doing of business in Ghana.
About 56 per cent of Ghana’s human capital will go waste in the next 18 years because of the poor quality of the country’s education system, the latest Human Capital Index (HCI) report by the World Bank has revealed.