The Prize also recognises Prof. Torto’s immense contribution, in collaboration with various partners, to the training of the next generation of scientists in Africa.
Lives and vehicles were endangered Friday when the engine of an articulated truck went off while ascending Kwame Nkrumah overhead.
The Power Distribution Service has waived ¢111,099,875 for residents of Krobo Odumase in the Eastern region, leaving them with ¢84,625,624.87 to settle.
Staff and Pupils of Careguide Montessori School, Gbawe, Accra, colourfully clad in various African outfits, marked African Union Day at school on Friday, May 24.
MTN Ghana Foundation has announced the names and projects of the top 10 finalists for MTN Heroes of Change Season 5.
A private legal practitioner, Martin Kpebu has estimated 2039 as a possible timeline to when Ghana may pass or accept same-sex marriage in its legal framework.
Two students of Tumu SHS have been arrested after they took part in a riot on Thursday. The students vandalised school property because their mobile phones were seized.
The Defence Minister and his entourage made up of opinion leaders of Chokosi and Konkomba ethnic groups, are in Chereponi on a peace mission.
A former security guard at the State Enterprise Commission has been jailed two years by the Accra Circuit Court for threatening to kill the Executive Chairman of the Commission, Stephen Asamoah Boateng.
The life of Thomas Partey snuffed out of him in stray-bullet style. It would seem as quick as power is snuffed out of homes by PDS officials in disconnection exercise.
The Kaneshie Area of the Church of Pentecost has donated a motorbike to the police station at Darkuman in Accra.
Government is considering reviewing passport fees upwards to help it break even and avoid the current losses incurred in the processing and production of passports.
Fire ravaged a furniture shop at Sakaman in Accra Friday dawn, destroying thousands of cedis worth of furniture
Experts say more efficient agricultural systems remain the surest bet to beating climate change and ensuring the sustainability of food production in the world.
U.S Ambassador Stephanie Sullivan has hosted an Iftar dinner at her residence for the president of the National Council of Muslim Chiefs in Ghana, Abdul Qadir Tahir, represented the Chief Imam.
Mamfe, in the Akuapim North District of the Eastern Region, is preparing a mammoth welcome ceremony for winners of the 2019 World Robofest competition held in Michigan, USA.
The Inspector-General of Police, David Asante-Apeatu, has warned police personnel against what he calls «brute acts and indiscipline.»
Newspaper headlines: Friday, May 24, 2019
The Executive Director of the GNPC Foundation, Dr. Dominic Kwesi Eduah has called on corporate bodies in Ghana to emulate their example and pursue development-oriented Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies.
The title of the world’s most travelled person is subject to much debate and competition.
United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, will lay a wreath at UN Headquarters on Friday 24 May 2019 to honour all UN peacekeepers who have lost their lives since 1948.
The Accra Metropolitan Archbishop of the Catholic Church has said the church is on high alert to avert a potential attack by extremists.
Through this project, USAID partners with the Education Ministry and its agencies to improve primary school students’ reading and to foster a culture of reading in primary schools.
A 45-year-old security guard has been sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour for causing harm to his brother at Kotobabi in Accra.
MP for Lower Manya constituency of the Eastern Region, has faulted PDS for the latest clash between Krobo-Odumase youth and officials of the power company.
Police have confirmed the death of another person in renewed clashes between Chokosis and Konkombas in the North East region.
Minors and the night must never mix in a society that is keen on their safety.
It has become our duty to hold accountable the people who must keep our city clean and free from disease.
Global agribusiness players are advocating a new model for the development of agriculture in Africa.
The headmistress of the Achimota Primary School, Edith Kyeremanteng, has denied reports that two pupils of the school have been kidnapped.
The Eastern Regional Police Command has beefed up security at Krobo-Odumase where police and agitating residents clashed on Wednesday.
Newspaper headlines: Thursday, May 23, 2019
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has congratulated students of the Methodist Girls High School at Mamfe, Akwapim for winning the 2019 edition of the World Robofest competition held in Michigan, United States.
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