The Catholic University College of Ghana (CUCG) is to be granted a Presidential Charter to make it an independent degree-awarding institution, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has hinted.
ABUGISS from the Eastern Region has qualified for the quarterfinals of the NSMQ after a gunning performance over Abuakwa State College and Obuasi SHTS.
The Management of Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has noted with concern an article posted online on the above subject.
Mrs. Gifty Ohene-Konadu, has admonished churches to take advantage of the opportunities under the One-District-One-Factory initiative and go into the manufacturing sector.
Tourism is undoubtedly the most promising sector of Ghana’s developing economy.
A missing Indonesian woman has been found dead inside the belly of a 23-foot-long python, village officials said.
Engage Now Africa (ENA) has graduated 87 elderlies that completed a 12-month Adult Literacy programme in Wute, a community in Akatsi in the Volta Region.
Ghanaian-based NGO, CCCFS, has begun the second phase of a piloted tree planting program at Timeabu in the Ashanti Region to save dying cocoa trees.
Front pages: Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Live chickens are sometimes seen at soccer matches in Nigeria where fans paint them in the green and white colours of their national flag before holding them aloft and leading crowd chanting.
Some unidentified men on Thursday ambushed and attacked a combined team of military and forestry guards detailed to arrest illegal chainsaw operators in the Abonwire Forest Reserve in the Asunafo District of the Brong-Ahafo Region.
Reports trickling in indicate that heavy rains which started late Monday evening have caused severe flooding in some parts of the city.
In line with the Ministry of Tourism's target of generating jobs, especially for the youth and unemployed, the Marine Drive Project is expected to employ some 150,000 people.
A former National Science and Maths Quiz contestant has urged competing schools not to underrate any school as the competition enters the one-eighth stage.
After his 90-day ban by FIFA and resignation from the GFA, CAF and WAFU, embattled football administrator Kwesi Nyantakyi has fired back, accusing Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI company of deceit, blackmail and lacking basic “arithmetic skills.”
Quiz mistress for the National Science and Maths Quiz Dr. Elsie Kaufmann, has stressed the process to crown the winner of the popular competition is not subject to any undue influence.
In a not-so-surprising outcome Monday afternoon, Mfantsipim SHS scored 60 points to draw the curtains on the campaigns of Nandom and Bolgatanga Girls SHSs, both from the Northern parts.
The National Nuclear Research Institute of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission has called for the use of None Destructive Testing Technology in industry to avoid potential disasters.
The Minister for Regional Reorganization and Development, Dan Kwaku Botwe, has impressed on the media to give attention to development oriented reportage.
The Tamale North MP has argued, the accident involving Okyenhene’s convoy on Sunday, is a highlight of unsafe roads in the country.
In line with its commitment to build capacity in STEM education, Tullow Ghana sponsored this year’s Science and Tech Fair as platinum sponsors as part of the 2018 edition of the NSMQ.
The Executive Secretary of the NIA says suggestions that cost of producing the Ghana Cards is too expensive is resulting from a lack of proper knowledge on the issue.
The Noble Order of the Knights of Marshall has expressed its aversion to the evil of corruption, which had become the stock in trade of most Ghanaians especially public office holders.
Mr Nyantakyi has vowed to fight corruption allegations against him following the investigative documentary by Anas.
A fifteen-year-old boy is battling for life with a spine injury on the hospital bed after he fell off a mango tree at Wiamoase in Ashanti Region.
Front pages: Monday, June 18, 2018
The Member of Parliament(MP) for Ellembelle, Mr Emmanuel Armah-Kofi Buah, has reminded students and staff of the Kikam Technical Institute (KIMTECH) of his resolve to upgrade the school with State of the Art training equipment.
The Ga Traditional Council, yesterday, lifted the ban on drumming and noise making at the forecourt of the Gbese Mantse Blohum, palace of the Gbese Chief in a grand style.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that from September 2018, a new four-year Bachelor of Education curriculum will be introduced for the preparation of teachers for the Primary and Junior High Schools in Ghana.
Africa is not all arid deserts and vast savannas teeming with large mammals and predators.
A group of Mexican friends have been causing hilarity on Latino social media by posting photos of their adventures at the Football Wold Cup in Russia featuring a life-size cardboard cutout of their friend, whose wife didn’t give him permission to go with them.
A physically challenged woman, Rita Kriba, has filed a suit at the Human Rights Court against Africa World Airlines after she was denied a seat on its Kumasi-bound flight.
This once bustling transport hub was suddenly abandoned 40 years ago, leaving jet planes and empty terminals as eerie signs of the past.
After a week of cheers, tears and lucky slip through for some of the schools, the surviving NSMQ contestants have taken a break to have some fun.
Hundreds of men graced the 2018 Asempa FM's Fathers' Day Fun Fair held at the premises of The Multimedia Group, Kokomemle, Accra on Sunday June 17.