The Lands and Forestry Minister says illegal mining popularly known as ‘galamsey’ thrived because of the total breakdown of law in the country.
A cyber crime expert has revealed 50 per cent of mobile money subscribers in Ghana have been defrauded by scammers.
A former Lands and natural resources minister is seeing "glimpses of sustainability" in the current fight against galamsey mining despite being unhappy with the citizens disregard for the country's laws.
There was anger but there was also fun in a walk to demonstrate against growing public discontent over reported corruption by former government appointees.
A modest protest to petition anti-graft agency, EOCO over some alleged embezzlement of state funds attracted over 2,300 protesters, police have said.
The Overlord of the Sangule traditional area, Obore Kumayi Gabuja John has expressed disappointment at the way the police handled the recent robbery attacks in the Tatale Township.
The Executive Chairman of the McDan Group Dr. Daniel McKorley has, on behalf of the Ghana GIMPA presented a giant plaque to honour Ms. Fatou Bensouda, the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The Eastern regional office of the Electricity Company of Ghana office has come under attack from residents angry over 'outrageous' utility bills.
Ghana lost over $150 million to fuel smuggling in September and November 2016, the Executive Secretary of the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers has said.
President Nana Akufo-Addo, says Ghanaians are looking up to the Ghana Armed Forces to be at the forefront in the fight against illegal mining, otherwise referred to as ‘galamsey’.
More than 1,350 hectares of maize farms in the Central Region have been destroyed by army worms.
The $6 million contract between the NCA and IDL, maybe unconstitutional, Dean of the GIMPA Law School, Ernest Kofi Abotsi has suggested.
Front pages: Friday, May 26, 2017
Authorities at the DVLA have moved to kick out the activities of unauthorised middlemen (“Goro Boys”) with the introduction of an automated system.
The former Bank of Ghana (BoG) Governor, Alex Ashiagbor, who served from 1977 to 1983 has died, a family source has told Joy News.
I wish, humbly, to exercise my constitutional right to a rejoinder over your various publications of May 24 2017 on and about a National Security (NS)/National Communications Authority (NCA) transaction about which my company is connected.
Thirty one middle-level management officials of the Ghana Immigration Service have been reassigned from their duty posts across the country.
The Christian Council of Ghana has hailed government’s consideration to have the mission schools returned to the Churches which once had control over them.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Shirley Ayorkor Botchwey, has called African countries to issue visa on arrival to African citizens.
Ernest Chemists Limited, one of Ghana’s pharmaceutical giants, has picked two prestigious excellence awards for being the 2017 People’s Choice Practitioners as well as the Local Pharmaceutical Institution of the year.
The New Patriotic Party is urging African countries to emulate the bold step taken by the Akufo-Addo administration to make youth development a key part of his government's agenda.
Former President John Dramani Mahama is urging all Africans to tear down the relics of Neocolonialism and work hard to shape the common future as the forebears envisaged.
Ghana and Sierra Leone have agreed to ratify the agreement for cooperation between the two countries, so as to provide the legal framework for addressing their trade and investment concerns.
Government is recruiting mining engineers and inspectors as it enters the next stage of the anti-galamsey crusade.
The Ashanti Region town of Timeabu in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality can pass for a typical example of youth exodus.
About 150 high-powered women leaders from across the world are meeting in Accra this week for the 4th International SHEROES Forum.
The wife of Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has joined the fundraising campaign aimed at putting up a new Mother and Baby Unit for the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi.
The Health Ministry has suspended a regulation barring pregnant students of Nursing Training colleges from taking examinations.
The Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) is investigating some top officials of the John Mahama administration for allegedly taking $4 million from the accounts of the National Communications Authority (NCA) and failing to account for i
Government says it is determined to retrieve “every pesewa” wrongfully taken from the accounts of the National Communications Authority (NCA) by former Board members.
Chokosis and Bimoabas at Bumburiga in the Chereponi district of the Northern region agreed to a ceasefire at an event organised last Sunday by the new DCE of Chereponi.
Government says it will soon revoke all diplomatic passports still in the hands of former appointees of the John Mahama administration.
Government is set to offer incentives to attract Ghanaians abroad to return home to help in the country’s development as part of a new diaspora engagement policy.
The BNI is investigating some top officials of the John Mahama administration for allegedly taking $4 million from the accounts of the NCA and failing to account for it.
Inside a small local clinic in one of Ghana’s poorest districts doctors are performing a delicate caesarian section on a woman in desperate need.
Front pages: Wednesday, May 24, 2017
The Ghana Police Service is cautioning the public against the activities of a vehicle fraud syndicate operating across the country.
The Attorney-General has added two more charges against Chinese Asia Huang who is being tried for some illicit activities in the country.
Former Health Minister, Alex Segbefia is charging the President Akufo-Addo government to bring a closure to the fire incident at the Central Medical Stores by ensuring the prosecution of perpetrators.
The Public Utilities and Workers Union says changes made by the Akufo-Addo government to the controversial Power Compact Agreement are "quite impressive" but do not still address their germane concerns.
Two fallen peacekeepers from Ghana will be honoured at the UNited Nations Headquarters on Wednesday, 24 May, to mark the International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers.
The whereabouts of three choppers for which the government has paid $150m, to delivered to the Ghana Gas Company, remains a mystery.
Defence Minister, Dominic Nitiwul has ordered the Chief of Defence Staff to immediately launch investigations into reports that some military officers are providing security for illegal miners.
Ghana's development struggles have less to do with decisions taken in the boardroom but more to do decisions taken in the bedroom.
The Chinese woman accused of audacious illegal mining in Ghana reacted angrily to a judge’s decision to defer ruling on her bail application Tuesday morning.
The Lands and Natural Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu has accused some personnel of the Ghana Armed Forces High command of providing cover for galamsey operators.
Lands and Natural Resources Minister, Peter Amewu, has caused the arrest of four expatriates operating an illegal gold mine at Tontokrom in the Amansie West District.
The day 18th May of every year is an important day for awareness creation about the great contributions of museums in historical, educational and socio-cultural development of any nation.
A renowned International Migration Expert has noted that Ghana needs crucial steps both in the long and short term, to reduce the nation’s growing migrant issues
The Trade Ministry has requested a forensic audit into the alleged $1.2 million scandal that has hit the former Executive Director of the Standards Authority.
Front pages: Tuesday, May 23, 2017
The Tema Regional Police Command is on a manhunt for armed robbers who attacked a Burkinabe businessman, robbing him of 24 million CFA Francs and shooting him in the thigh.