Two days after some students of the Our Lady of Apostles (OLA) Girls Senior High School were seen in a viral video drinking alcoholic cocktails, authorities at the school have launched an investigation to find and punish culprits.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has been adjudged the Digital Leader of the Year at the Ninth Ghana Information Technology and Telecom (GITTA) Awards for championing the digital transformation of the Ghanaian economy.
The family of the late former Vice-President, Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, has announced a $1-million initiative to help retain top professors at the Economics Department of the University of Ghana.
Talent Hour for Persons with Disability, a non-governmental Foundation, was on June 23rd this year organised sporting activities for persons with disability to mark this year’s National Disability Day in Accra.
No development is complete without women being factored in as a major index of the development process, hence the need to incorporate gender needs into tourism project designing, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, has said.
Although Ghana has made significant progress in the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an expert at the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) has indicated that some category of Ghanaians have not benefited from the progress.
The Director of the Cocoa Health Extension Division (CHED) of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), Mr Samuel Amponsah, has affirmed the government’s readiness to help cocoa farmers in the country increase their yield of cocoa per acre.
Embattled businessman, Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome, who risks losing assets worth about GH¢20 million to defray part of the GH¢47.2 million he owes the state, says he is ready to negotiate with the government on a payment schedule.
The Minister for Tourism, Mrs Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, has called on all Ghanaians to participate massively in the activities of the Year of Return programme and give visitors who will throng into the country, an experience that they will relish for a very long time.
The Kulpeliga community in the Talensi District of the Upper East Region was on Thursday thrown into a state of grief when a 35-year-old self-styled fetish priest allegedly slashed the throats of his wife and two-year-old daughter.
A Professor of finance at the University of Ghana Business School, Professor Godfred Bokpin, has described Ghana as a record-holder in debt servicing in sub-Saharan Africa, spending over 45 per cent of its tax revenue to service debt.