Ghanaian entrepreneur and consultant, Derrick S. Vormawor has stated that one of the challenges of writing his second book was simplifying complex business concepts and tools in a way that readers could understand and implement.
The Ghana Consulate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expressed concern about a sudden increase in the number of Ghanaians attempting to smuggle marijuana (weed) into Dubai, which has led to the arrest of five people in the last three months.
The state has for the second time dragged former Director-General of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), Mr Ernest Thompson, and four others back to the Accra High Court for allegedly causing financial loss of $14.8 million to the state.
The Ministry of Works and Housing has inaugurated a nine-member Ministerial Statutory Board to guide and regulate the administration of the ministry in pursuance of its objectives in pushing the transformational agenda in the sector.
In spite of the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on businesses, the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) in the Ashanti Region made a significant jump in its 2020 target, ending the year with an active membership of 2,902,306 from a benchmark of 2,725,177.
Thirty-two suspected criminals have been arrested within the Kasoa enclave in the last few days as the police move to rid the area and its surroundings of criminals who are turning the area into their safe haven.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged West African countries to strengthen the efficiency and capacity of their laboratories for the prompt detection of and response to emerging and re-emerging pathogens in the sub-region.
The Paramount Chief of Assin Owirenkyi Traditional Area, Ehunabobrim Nana Prah Agyensaim VI and the Executive Director of the Salt and Light Ministry, Dr. Joyce Arye are to co-chair the fundraising committee for the Green Ghana Project.