The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved grants totalling $740,000 for four small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the agricultural sector to support them in the implementation of their business models.
Cashew farmers and dealers at Seikwa and its surrounding communities in the Tain District in the Bono Region have suspended the sale of raw cashew nuts following a drastic reduction in the producer price of the commodity.
The Senior Minister, Yaw Osafo-Maafo says jailing Chinese illegal mining "queen," En Huang aka Aisha for engaging in illegal mining was not important as it was not going to solve Ghana's economic problems.
The Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Shi Ting Wang says his government would aid the Ghana government to urgently repatriate any Chinese found to have been engaged in illegal mining popularly called “galamsey”.
Leaders of Christian organisations have asked their followers and members of the public to use this year’s Easter festivities to reflect on national challenges and lead lives that will help build a united country.
For refusing to pay fines imposed on her by the Edina Traditional Council and the Bantuma Fishmongers Association, a fishmonger, Ms Margaret Akuvi Akoto, 40, has been banished from Bantuma, a fishing community near Elmina in the Central Region.
The staff of the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra returned to their duty posts four hours after embarking on industrial action in protest against what they said was racial discrimination by the management of the hotel.
Staff of the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra, on Wednesday afternoon, laid down their tools in a protest against what they described as racist treatment meted out to them by the management of the hotel.
As part of the activities lined up to mark Easter at Mpraeso on the Kwahus ridge, members of the community as well as indigenes returning home will have the opportunity to eat fufu together in a very large earthenware referred to as "Ayowa" by the kwahus.