Commercial drivers who ply the Teshie-Nungua-Tema Beach Road continue to jostle one another for passengers, at the expense of pedestrian safety, while a newly constructed bus terminal at Nungua in the Krowor municipality of Accra, remain closed.
The Registrar General’s Department (RGD) is piloting a system that will ensure that businesses that register to operate in the country concurrently receive tax identification numbers (TINs) and business operating permits from local assemblies.
OSEI Kusi Foundation (OKF), a non-profit organisation with interest in youth development, has organised a free health screening exercise for the people of Apremso, a farming community in the Eastern Region.
The Managing Director of Shelter for Abused Children and the Junior Girls Correctional Centre at Osu, Mrs Love-Grace Ahlijah, has appealed to the government to provide the facility with an infirmary and a basic school.
A hematologist with the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Professor Ivy Ekem, has stated that the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) mode which acknowledges all areas of study as important and integrated must be promoted in schools in the country.
Eighty-five experts in the cashew industry from nine African countries have converged on Peduase in the Eastern Region to discuss ways to promote cashew production in Africa and enhance its competitiveness.
Some residents near the Oti landfill site in the Asokwa Municipality (ASKMA) in Kumasi on Monday morning blocked the entrance to the landfill site arguing that they want the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) to speed up the process of transferring its management of the site to the Asokwa Municipal Assembly.
A five-year investment into a research initiative to breed anti-malaria mosquitoes by the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) was curtailed by the disconnection of electricity to the Commission by the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) in 2015.
The Minister of Transport, Mr Kwaku Ofori Asiamah has attributed accidents on the roads, largely, to indiscipline on the part of drivers and underscored the need for a coordinated effort at addressing the menace.