The Management of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH) has reverted to the old service rates, following queries raised by the Committee on Subsidiary Legislation of Parliament about the legality of new charges introduced by the hospital.
A total of 3,223 cocoa farmers in the Ahafo Ano North and Ahafo Ano South districts in the Ashanti Region have been paid cocoa certification premiums totalling GHc322,560 ($148,816) from Noble Resources, a major chocolate manufacturer.
The Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Barbara Serwa Asamoah, says allotting large tracts of lands without entering into any form of equity may be a serious disincentive to the Ghanaian economy.
The Resident Pastor of the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) at Atomic/Kwabenya in Accra, Reverend Kofi Antwi-Boasiako, has called for a campaign to change the of Ghanaian’s preference for foreign products to the detriment of equally good and better Ghanaian products.
The Regional Sales Manager of Fan Milk Limited (South West), Mr Daniel Addy, has appealed to the public to keep the country clean in order to promote good health. He said the task was a shared responsibility and not for the government and its metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies alone.
World Contraception Day (WCD) is celebrated on September 26, every year. The annual worldwide campaign centres around a vision for a world, where every pregnancy is wanted. Its mission is to improve awareness of contraception, to enable young people to make informed choices on their sexual and reproductive health.
Rescue the perishing, Care for the dying, Snatch them in pity from sin and the grave; Weep o’er the erring one, Lift up the fallen, Tell them of Jesus the mighty to save. Rescue the perishing, Care for the dying; Jesus is merciful, Jesus will save.
Ghana’s first and only crude oil refinery was commissioned 50 years ago today, September 28, 2013, and remains one of the country’s most valuable national assets; though it has not actualized Ghana's first President's vision of becoming the base for the petrochemical industry.
President John Mahama and his wife, Lordina, are expected in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on Sunday ahead of a lecture Monday on Democratic Governance & Development in Ghana as a model for Africa at the Kennesaw State University.