A Fast Track Court (FTC) in Accra on Wednesday adjourned to May 13, a case in which a former Chief Executive of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), Mr Tsatsu Tsikata is charged with willfully causing financial loss of 2.3 billion cedis to the state.
The Centre for Moral Education (CEMED), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) engaged in the promotion of good moral values, has appealed to chiefs to team up with the National Commission on Culture to discourage the use of Kente cloth as a decorative material.
Justice George K. Acquah, a Supreme Court Judge, has called for an amendment of Ghana's Electoral Laws to provide a forum for people wishing to challenge eligibility of candidates to do so before the polling day.
A two-day workshop aimed at facilitating the establishment of an electronic database for the collection and dissemination of theses and dissertations from African universities for research purposes opened in Accra on Tuesday.
The Ghana Federation of Labour (GFL) says it is wrong for organised labour to issue threats and an ultimatum at a time when negotiations between it and other stakeholders are ongoing and have not broken down. In addition, the GFL has called on the Trades Union Congress (TUC) to treat the minimum wage adjustments as a separate issue from salary and wage rationalisation arising out of the hikes in the ex-pump prices of petroleum products.
A car dealer who burnt his son with a hot pressing iron and threatened to kill him if he had come near him, has been granted a $15 million bail by an Accra circuit court. The court, presided over by Mr Emmanuel Ankamah, has ordered the accused, Kweku Boateng, to pay all medical expenses of the boy, give the boys grandmother $150,000 every month and enroll the boy in a school.
The National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Harona Esseku, has said the leadership will strive in the year 2003 to resolve the pockets of differences prevailing within the various branches of the party.
THE executive of the Akyem Swedru Constituency of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has said the display of mature statesmanship by both Professor John Atta Mills and Dr Kwesi Botchwey at the recently held national delegates congress is a veritable watershed in the internal democratic practices of the party.