The Ghana Writers’ Association (GAW) yesterday opened a book of condolence for the late literary giant, Professor Atukwei Okai, with a call for the Pan African Writers Association (PAWA) House in Accra to be renamed after him.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) is using customer feedback to improve innovations aimed at ensuring seamless and real-time delivery of services, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the authority, Mr Kwasi Agyemang Busia, has said.
To save Ghanaian workers from thinking about where to lay their heads, especially at the end of their productive lives, a General Manager at the Republic Bank (formerly HFC Bank), Mr Charles Bonsu, has urged the National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) to ensure that the Tier Two Pension deduction is activated for its intended purpose.
A former Deputy Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Dr Dominic Akurintinga Ayine is in court to seek the protection of his fundamental human rights over allegations that he together with some former Members of Parliament (MPs) received double salaries.
Fisherfolks in Elmina flared up in anger on Monday afternoon as officials of the Fisheries Commission at a forum organised by the Fisheries Commission sought to explain issues relating to the closed fishing season.
The Supreme Court has granted the immediate past Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni, access to his bank accounts which were frozen by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO).
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), Dr Samuel Annor, has underscored the need for the country to take a serious look at the financing module of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) to prevent it from collapse.
A prosecution witness in the trial of the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), Dr Stephen Kwabena Opuni, has testified that COCOBOD under Dr Opuni bought fertiliser which had not been tested by scientists.
Ghana can generate GH¢83 billion annually through recycled waste. The country is estimated to generate 30,000 tonnes of solid waste daily and 86 per cent of the waste are recoverable through recycling.