The Ghana Immigration Service has prevented a 26-year-old woman from traveling to the Gulf State, after she was was forced by her family members, to do so.
Scientists from Ghana are among 300 health scientists from Africa and other parts of the world who will gather at a landmark scientific gathering between July 15 and 17 in Dakar, Senegal.
Aggrieved customers of defunct gold dealership Menzgold, are asking government to suspend the criminal prosecution of the company's CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah.
Poly Tank has been awarded the prestigious Superbrand status, reaffirming the brand’s outstanding commitment to excellence in the Ghanaian market.
The unveiling comes three years after the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry, Reverend Steve Mensah and partners launched its flagship program Dubbed Day of Help in Accra.
Gregory Afoko has pleaded not guilty to the charges of conspiracy to commit murder and murder.
One thousand two-hundred and fifty-two persons have died from road accidents since January 2019, The Finder reports.
The Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has introduced an online job centre portal app to boost employment opportunities in Ghana for both employers and employees.
Some 67 out of the 81 LPG stations in the Central Region have been found to be exposed to a high level of danger to lives and property, according to the NPA.
President of the Ghana Bar Association, Tony Forson, has added his voice the many condemning the confinement of Gregory Afoko, after a court granted him bail in March.
Newspaper headlines: Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Police have launched a manhunt for three robbers who attacked a Shell fuel station at the Tema Motorway Roundabout on Sunday.
Bishop Dag Heward-Mills is the centre of attention in Namibia, following reports of miraculous crusades in the southern African country this week.
The soldier in a viral video campaigning against the new Parliamentary complex, has been sentenced to 90 days detention with hard labour in the guardroom.
An Accra Circuit Court has remanded a tanker driver and his mate who are alleged to have set a diesel tanker ablaze in a bush near Osino in the Eastern Region after they had emptied and sold its 54,000-litre diesel content.
The Tamale Circuit judge who discharged the Chinese Rosewood Queen, paving the way for her deportation, has been accused of ignoring or concealing charges filed by prosecutors.
Amnesty International has said it will petition the Commission on Human Rights and Administration Justice over the continuous detention of Gregory Afoko.
The CEO of Give Me Hope Foundation, Wisdom Dordoe, has won the International Philanthropist Award.
The Financial and Economic Crimes division of the High Court has ordered the Lands Commission to release more than five acres of land adjacent Golden Tulip hotel to its rightful owners, the Edward Osei Boakye Trust.
Inside the Joy FM studio, hit song of the Nigerian music star, Teni, played in the background.
Newspaper Headlines : Tuesday, July 16, 2019
One of the key heads of the Yaa Ansaa Family that has been fighting the installation of Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III as Akwamuhene has agreed to pursue peace.
Residents of Spintex, Batsonaa, Nungua, Teshie and Labadi will have to be more patient as the 7.5-kilometre Lekma road will not be constructed any time soon.
The regular police dispatch rider of former President Jerry John Rawlings narrowly escaped death at the hands of suspected robbers last Saturday night.
Police in the Ashanti Region have described as false, a video circulating on social media in which a chief was allegedly slaughtering a human for sacrifice.
Some 50 individuals living with various forms of disability in the Krachi West District in the Oti region have received start-up kits from the Assembly.
Nurses and Midwives Council registrar has been reported to the Special Prosecutor over claims he awarded himself a 2m contract to build a house.
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The Presiding Bishop of the International Godsway Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, has sued the GRA over “unlawful imposition of taxes on him.”
An Assemblies of God church in Takoradi has begun a seven-day fast asking for divine intervention in the state’s effort to find three kidnapped girls.
An Accra High Court has rescinded its decision to grant bail to a murder suspect, Gregory Afoko, who had been unlawfully held in police custody for 120 days.
Newspaper headlines: Monday, July 15, 2019
PDS and ECG have urged public calm over fears of looming power outages due to debts owed power producers.
President Nana Akufo-Addo has tasked the Africans and its leaders to take charge of their own destinies, abandon the mentality of being dependent on aid and charity.
The Transport Minister has admonished shareholders of the Meridian Port Services to fast-track the construction of the Tema Hospital Road.
I am talking about increasing hostilities against journalists and the threat to the lives of journalists. Ghana’s democracy has not borne the needed fruits.
The Supreme Court has shot down an attempt by the Ghana National Farmers and Fishermen Association to quash a recent High Court ruling in the ongoing GMO legal battle.
The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has expressed deep worry at the extent to which issues concerning the nation’s development continue to be politicised.
CalBank has conducted a fire safety drill at its 12-floor Head Office building at Ridge in Accra to test its readiness to respond to such an incident.
Several buildings deemed to be illegally sited in Dansoman have been demolished by the Ablekuma West Municipal Assembly.
Photos of a woman being led by police to clean a stretch in Kejetia in Kumasi for littering have gone viral.
The Asokore Mampong Magistrate Court has remanded 120 people in connection with clashes over a disputed land at Dagomba Line in Kumasi.
Three of the country’s most promising young journalists including The Multimedia Group sports journalist Owuraku Ampofo have been selected to join many others at this year’s Future News Worldwide.
At least two persons have died following clashes between scrap dealers and people who claim to be indigenes of Aboabo in Kumasi on Thursday night.
The African Achievers Awards has named nonprofit organisation, Aim Higher Africa, as the recipient of the 2019 Social Impact Award.
Ghana has joined other commonwealth nations to pledge their commitment to the protection of Journalists at the just ended Global Conference for Media Freedom in London.
Chief Executive of defunct gold dealership firm Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah has been dragged to court for allegedly defrauding 16,000 customers of more than 1.68 billion cedis.
Eugenia is 8-months pregnant but her great worry is not labour, it is having to use the Teshie road to the LEKMA hospital for ante-natal care.
Newspaper headlines: Friday, July 12, 2019
According to the 2019 Global Corruption Barometer, majority of Ghanaians still perceive the Police Service as the most corrupt institution.
What makes Rev. Fr. Akologo Dominic Azumahtruly stand out is the introduction of technology to farming in very conservative communities which is improving lives.
The Korean Foreign Affairs minister, Kang Kyung-wha, will be on a two-day visit to Ghana from July 12-13.