A 55-year-old Turkish man is facing up to five years in jail for “preventing public officials from performing their duty”. His crime – phoning the police 45,210 times in just one year.
Despite thousands of cedis collected in toll daily, the Accra-Tema motorway is without a single streetlight.
UMaT despite being the best public funded university in Ghana, is encountering some infrastructure, financial and human resource challenges to match
What appeared to be a respite from a failed relationship for a 24- year old mother of one is turning to be a nightmare as her second husband brutally assaults her little child.
Ashanti African Travel and Tours has made one of the most critical interventions to protect forest reserves in some parts of the country.
A security analyst wants the University of Ghana and other public universities across the country to engage their students following violent protests at KNUST Monday.
For the second time in three years, the University of Professional Studies, Accra has emerged winners at the MTN Pulse- HR Focus Business Challenge held in Accra last Friday.
Students of KNUST have begun packing out of the school following the close down of the school by REGSEC and university authorities.
As one of the country’s premier insurance companies, GLICO GROUP prides itself on protecting Ghanaians from loss, damage, illness and death.
Zoomlion Ghana Limited on Friday joined, the Sanitation Ministry and the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to clean the Agbogbloshie market.
Mrs Rebecca Akufo Addo, the First Lady, has called on students to attend to their studies with seriousness so that they would achieve their future aspirations and contribute to national development.
A school has banned bags for health and safety reasons leading some pupils to get creative with how they carry their books.
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Old students of the KNUST have denied any involvement in a protest that occurred at the school on Monday.
Sam George has accused President Akuffo-Addo of endorsing an illegality following the official launch of the Common Monitoring Platform.
A fund raising event as part of a project aimed at obtaining the requisite financing for the translation of the Bible into all Ghanaian languages by year 2020, has been held in Kumasi.
The Education minister is set to visit the country’s second largest university, KNUST closed down after violent student demonstrations.
Following inaccurate reporting and misinformation circulating in social media, IMANI takes this opportunity to provide a clear and concise summary of key developments
A Class One pupil in a school at Tema in the Greater Accra region has been left traumatized after a cleaner in his school sexually abused him.
Joy News investigation has revealed index numbers of hundreds of teachers on study leave have been used by fraudsters to enroll onto the National Service Scheme.
Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama announced on Thursday a new initiative aimed at empowering adolescent girls around the world through education.
Engineers constructing the Tema Motorway have announced new traffic diversions as phase two of the project begins.
Management of Laweh Open University has revealed plans to offer scholarships to some prisoners in the country.
Over 1000 people with disability have allegedly been defrauded by the Rev. T.A Topper II Foundation based in Koforidua.
Two siblings who have been engaging in bouts of sexual escapades for years, producing two children out of the relationship were on Friday remanded in police custody by a Circuit Court in Cape Coast.
A Police Officer and a Community Protection Assistant, both with the Kpetoe Police in the Agotime Ziofe District of the Volta Region have drowned in the Kpetoeme river at Kpetoe.
Government has said postings for graduates of the Nation Builder Corps (NABCO) programme will start from November 1.
The Brong Ahafo Regional Minister has denied reports the three people have died following clashes between residents of Drobo and Japekrom in the Jaman South District of the region.
Mr. William Halm, Principal Architect of Spektra Global, a Ghanaian Design -Build firm, has lauded the decision by government to redevelop the city of Accra into a modern city.
A member of the football normalization committee reacted furiously after veteran journalist Ekow Asmah questioned why the gathering was asked to clap for him when he walked in late to the event.
T.I. Ahmadiyya Senior High School are champions of the maiden edition of the Luv FM High School Debate
The C.E.O of Private Enterprise Federation, Nana Osei Bonsu, has called for an increased collaboration between academia and industry to ensure effective development of businesses.
The biscuits were sampled by at least nine of the young baker's classmates, who could be suffering «some emotional issues».
The European Union (EU) has welcomed the Ghana beyond aid agenda with a pledge to offer the needed financial and technical support to help translate the initiative into reality.
12 Ghanaian entrepreneurs in climate change adaptation and mitigation businesses have graduated from the maiden Mowgli mentorship programme.