Giselle Yatzi, the woman behind the biggest presidential scandal in the early years of the Kufuor administration is back with a bang!
The Universal Merchant Bank has organised a health walk for its staff and customers as part of its 45th Anniversary celebrations.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has received the Africa-America Institute’s (AAI) National Achievement Award, on behalf of the people of Ghana.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The Tettekope beach in Keta in the Volta Region is the site of a rare scene as a dead whale washes ashore.
The Ghana Cattle Ranching Project Committee says it was about time Ghana formulated a robust law on ranching to quell clashes between nomadic herdsmen and farmers.
A baseline study on agroecology farming, which involves applying ecological processes to agricultural production, has revealed that the method has the potential to improve yield quality, ensure higher yields, and ensure food safety.
Queen mother of Akyem Asuom in the Kwaebibirem District of the Eastern Region, Nana Yaa Anamah II, has been identified as the longest-serving queen mother of the Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area.
The National Youth Authority has announced that its one-day dialogue with CEOs slated for Wednesday, 21, 2017 has been postponed indefinitely.
The Afadzato South District in the Volta Region has taken delivery of more than 12,000 bags of fertilizer for distribution to farmers in the district.
Salaries and benefits of some Chief Executive Officers of some public entities could be slashed in the coming days if the Finance Ministry is able to rationalize their pay structure.
Embattled businessman, Alfred Woyome has been implored to seek an injunction against processes initiated in Ghana to retrieve ¢51.2 million mistakenly paid to him.
The controversial AMERI Power deal is costing the country a whopping $11.5 million a month, workers of the Volta River Authority (VRA) have said.
Businessman, Alfred Woyome has made an appeal to the government to protect his human rights, hours after military men reportedly besieged his residence.
Resident of Berekum in the Brong Ahafo Region are reported to be piling up arms in preparation for a full-blown war against nomadic herdsmen popularly called Fulani.
Residents of Dzita in the Volta Region have been thrown into a state of fear, shock and disbelieve following another mysterious death of one of the community members. Residents of Dzita in the Volta Region have been thrown into a state of fear, shock and disbelieve following another mysterious death of one of the community members. Residents of Dzita in the Volta Region have been thrown into a state of fear, shock and disbelieve following another mysterious death of one of the community members. Residents of Dzita in the Volta Region have been thrown into a state of fear, shock and disbelieve following another mysterious death of one of the community members. Residents of Dzita in the Volta Region have been thrown into a state of fear, shock and disbelieve following another mysterious death of one of the community members.
A former Deputy Finance Minister has mounted a vehement defence of his role in the controversial ambulance saga which has made the headlines over the past few days.
Workers of the Volta River Authority (VRA) are bent on preventing government from selling off some of the Authority's thermal plants.
Residents of Dzita in the Keta Municipality of the Volta Region, are yet to come to terms with news of serial killings there after yet another bizarre death was recorded.
Joy News' multiple award-winning journalist, Seth Kwame Boateng has received the Global Health Reporting 2017 Award from highly esteemed IFCJ.
Ghana’s SME focused Bank, OmniBank, has sponsored the first batch of Christians to its annual pilgrimage in Israel.
Front pages: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
The TUC has commended President Nana Akufo-Addo for implementing the Free SHS policy and has promised to support the landmark education policy.
The Managing Director of the New Times Corporation publisher of the Ghanaian Times and Spectator newspapers says protesting workers must resort to laid down procedures and processes.
The Jospong Group of Companies has sought for an adjournment to continue its injunction case against The Multimedia Group's access to information
If you’ve never heard of an egg-laying mountain, you probably don’t know about Chan Da Ya, a mysterious cliff in China that reportedly lays perfectly round or oval stone eggs every 30 years.
The Criminal Investigative Department of the Ghana Police Service has described as baseless and unsubstantiated allegations of thievery and corruption leveled against two Deputy Chiefs of Staff by Kwame Asare Obeng popularly called A Plus.
The Agriculture Ministry says it will use crude tactics to compel beneficiaries of government loaned inputs to pay back if that is not done willingly.
The Agric Minister says government deserves commendation and not condemnation for how it has managed the fall Armyworms in farms across the country.
Authorities of the TMA are warning of an imminent disaster at the Kpone landfill site due to what they describe as the poor management of the facility.
The Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU) has backed protests by workers of the New Times Corporation against management of the company.
The award is set to honour business excellence and leaders who have made a considerable impact on their industry and community.
Front pages: Monday, September 18, 2017
NGOs in Health have called on authorities at the Tema General Hospital to move quickly with a probe into the death of a 10-year-old boy who was allegedly administered with a wrong medication.
Strategic Communications Africa Ltd (Stratcomm Africa) emerged winner in the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Campaign category at the 2017 prestigious PR News Platinum and Agency Elite awards.
A mean-spirited post about the death of a 10-year-old boy at the Tema General Hospital, by a supposed nurse, has sparked outrage on social media.
The concert is organised by the TMCUBE interdenominational group.
The President and Founder of Youth for Human Rights Africa (YoHRA), Francis Xavier Sosu has pledged his commitment to end child slavery in Ghana.
Three bodies have been retrieved after a boat in which they were travelling on Thursday, sunk on the White Volta around Bimbini in the West Mamprusi District of the Northern Region.
Global automobile company, Mercedes Benz, says 30 vehicles procured by the government as ambulances, could best be used as 13-seater passenger buses.
It has emerged that the previous administration led by John Mahama directed the Finance Ministry not to pay for the delivery of 30 defective ambulances procured in 2014.
Private legal practitioner, Yaw Oppong has faulted the Ghana Education Service after it sacked two headteachers for charging unapproved fees.
Country Director of the World Bank Group for Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone, Dr. Henry G. R. Kerali, has called on Civil Engineers in the country to institute sanctions regimes for Engineers and contractors whose actions lead to poor infrastructure delivery.
Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, former Director General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), has called for research into the health implications of illegal mining.
The Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, is pushing for a mandatory abdication of chiefs on attainment of the ripe age of 75 years.
Former Lands and Natural Resources Minister under the John Mahama administration has given a thumb of approval to the setting up of the office of the special prosecutor.
Managing Director of Graphic Communications Group Limited, Kenneth Ashigbey has resigned from the state-owned organisation.
The National Commission for Small Arms and Light Weapons is demanding for legislative reviews that empowers them to control the sale and registration of guns.
Confidence in the National Health Insurance Scheme is waning, Chief Executive Officer of the Health Insurance Authority has admitted.
There is a time for everything including the time to take a selfie - a serious selfie.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has become the first recipient of the new national ID card to signal the start of a massive registration process.
Authorities of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital are reeling under pressure over delayed replacement of 150 medical officers for horsemanship. The absence of the doctors has forced management to reduce non-emergency medical services, resulting in loss of revenue.