A senior partner of the international auding firm, KPMG, Mr Joseph B. Winful, has challenged the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) to devise strategies to address the financial malfeasance that has, over the years, affected the public purse.
A Sekondi-based legal practitioner, Kweku Sam Amoah, was yesterday placed in police custody for repeatedly refusing to appear before the Sekondi High Court to answer a charge of stealing levelled against him by the Attorney-General.
Inmates of the Lighthouse Chapel Orphanage at Jamaicaso, a neighbourhood in Aburi in the Eastern Region, are yet to recover from the trauma of watching a caregiver being gang-raped, an administrator beaten and a mate injured with the butt of a gun.
A Senior partner of the international auditng firm, KPMG, Mr Joseph B. Winful, has challenged the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) to devise strategies to address the financial malfeasance that has, over the years, affected the public purse.
The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey, has praised the Prison Ministry for its immense contribution to the promotion of the well-being of prisoners, both spiritually and physically.
The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) was not involved in the sale of the drill ship, Discoverer 511, as part of efforts to defray the cost of judgement debt awarded in favour of Societe Generale, against the corporation by a UK court in 2001.
The Minerals Commission has nursed about 3,300 oil palm seedlings at Dunkwa Ayamfuri in the Upper Denkyira East District in the Central Region for cultivation on lands reclaimed after mining activities had taken place in parts of the district.
The Chairman of the National Media Commission (NMC), Mr Kabral Blay-Amihere, has called on journalists and media practitioners to be responsible in their reportage before, during and after the Supreme Court judgement on the election petition.
The government is creating a database on persons with disability, as well as other vulnerable people in the country. The objective, according to President John Dramani Mahama, is to facilitate their access to government social protection programmes.
The Accra District and Juvenile Court on Saturday ordered three companies to pay a total of GH¢127,684.26 to the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) for failing to pay the Social Security contributions of their employees.
Government has intensified its effort to sensitise Ghanaians to preventive measures to mitigate the occurrence of disasters in the communities, the Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Alfred Sugri Tia, has said.