The Daily Guide reports that two students of the University of Science and Technology have drowned in a man-made lake near the Munich Airport in Germany.
Former MD of BOST Alfred Obeng Boateng is denying claims that he jubilated over the removal of Energy Minister Boakye Agyarko from office.
At least 30 Ghanaian-owned shops have been destroyed at Cicle in Accra as a trade row betweeen locals and foreigners escalates.
Jehovah’s Witnesses will continue with their annual convention at the Nyanyano Assembly grounds near Kasoa from Friday, September 7 to Sunday, 9, 2018.
President Akufo-Addo is promising Ghanaians of a successful implementation of the Free Senior High School policy. While asking Ghanaians to reject critics of the policy he described as Pharisees, he indicated unprecedented 180,000 students will enjoy free senior high school this year.
Francis-Xavier Sosu has called on government to collaborate with private individuals and NGOs to plant more trees and protect human life.
Newspaper headlines: Tuesday, August 8, 2018
Dr Mensa Otabil has broken his silence on the controversies in the banking sector, specifically, his role in the collapse of the Capital Bank.
Netherland-based Ghanaian philanthropist, Madam Doris Vidda, has promised to provide support for children with special needs at the Osu Children Home in Accra.
Security is acknowledged all over the world as a basic condition necessary for sustainable national development and over the years, building peace and ensuring adequate security have involved a wide range of effort from Government, civil society and the international community.
The Attorney General has disclosed that government has found properties of businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome which can be used to defray the rest of his ¢51 million debt he owes the state.
Sources at EOCO have told Joy News that the investigative body has begun a formal probe into circumstances which led to the collapse of five indigenous banks.
Details are emerging of how the defunct Capital Bank misapplied 620 million cedis Liquidity Support extended to it by the Bank of Ghana.
A vigilante group affiliated with the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Monday chased out the Chief Executive officer of the Tamale Teaching Hospital and locked the office.
New Era Africa (NERA) has petitioned the Speaker of Parliament Prof Mike Ocquaye on the banking crisis in the country.
The Controller and Accountant General, Eugene Ofosuhene has confirmed that businessman Alfred Agbesi Woyome has paid ¢4.6 million of the debt owed the State.
The Pru East MP is damning officials of the BoG for the delay in payment of entitlement owed to workers of defunct Capital and UT Banks.
A year after the collapse of UT and Capital banks, some of their former employees are still struggling to make ends meet.
Thirty-two students have successfully passed out from High Speed Media Institute after undergoing a six months intensive training in different media and communications subjects.
Newspaper headlines: Monday, August 13, 2018
There was chaos at the Hajj Village in Accra on Saturday morning as prospective pilgrims travelling to Makkah demanded answers from the Hajj Board for flight delays.
The Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) is asking the government to engage the youth in the decision-making process, especially on matters that directly affect them.
Senior Minister, Ing. Yaw Osafo-Maafo, has commended the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) for the launch of the second Ghana Infrastructure Report Card (2018).
Three remand prisoners at Nsuta-Techiman police cells in the Brong Ahafo Region are on the run after escaping custody last Saturday evening.
The National Youth Authority has led a youth march against Tramadol abuse to mark International Youth Day.
Myjoyonline can confirm that armed robbers shot four police officers at Korle Bu Saturday
A 30-year man has been sentenced to 12 years imprisonment by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) Circuit Court for robbery.
With $1bn pumped to protect depositors following the collapse of seven banks, a law lecturer Clara Beeri Kasser-Tee believes, it is too soon to applaud the Bank of Ghana,
The collapse of five banks last week has triggered experts to analyze what could have possibly caused the now-defunct banks to operate for so long.
The President has performed the ceremony to mark the official opening of the ¢25.3 million two-lane tunnel road built under the Accra-Tema Motorway to link East Legon and the Spintex Road in Accra.
The Senior Policy Analyst at the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) has said the task of achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG 7) may be daunting; however, it is not impossible.
Some youth of the Buipe Traditional area has rubbished claims that a hospital project earmarked for the district has been hijacked by the Buipe Wura and his son Abu Jinapor.
The BoG revoked the license of UT Bank in 2017, an action has been triggered by the inability of the two banks to turn around their negative capital adequacy position which has lingered on for some time now.
Revelations by the Central Bank indicate what auditors term “willful deceit” on the part of shareholders and directors of defunct UT and Capital Banks.
The infographic below details the shareholding structure of UT Bank before its collapse in 2017.
The Member of Parliament for Efutu in the Central Region has denied receiving an under-collateralised ¢30 million loan from the defunct UT Bank.
Tonight on your most invigorating programme, Personality Profile on PM Express, Nana Ansah Kwao IV will speak to Tamale Central MP, Inusah Fuseini.
The Youth Ministry of the Church of Pentecost, Mawuli Estates in Ho, as part of its national week celebration, has donated items worth 2000 Ghana Cedis to the Volta Regional Hospital.
Katanga and Unity, violent clashes is what rings in the minds of people when these halls are mentioned. But on Friday, their interests were aligned, “we don’t want females in our halls".
"It's depressing," says a former Capital Bank employee who has resorted to driving passengers around town to make ends meet following the bank's collapse.
Residents of Asafo in the Ashanti Regional town of Kumasi have expressed anger following alleged police brutal assault of a physically challenged person.
Ghana Post is set to begin a nationwide digital address generation and property tagging exercise.
A circuit court has granted a GH¢60,000.00 bail with two sureties to Lance Corporal Amanor who allegedly assaulted a woman at Midland Savings and Loans.
Former General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, is urging the GRA to clarify which activities of churches it plans to tax.
Newspaper headlines: Friday, August 10, 2018
The Ghanaian community in the Netherlands has called for the construction of a befitting national park in honour of Nana Sir Ofori Atta I.
Residents of Somanya, Odumase and their environs Thursday hit the streets to demonstrate over fears that the government wants to relocate the main campus of the University of Energy and Sustainable Development.
Newly appointed Gender Minister who describes herself as a "submarine politician" has said she is eager to work with former Gender Ministers to help her in her new office.
CEO of The Community Hospitals Group (TCH), has urged jobless youth to venture into income generating activities rather than wait on government to provide them with jobs.
The Kwahu West Municipal Assembly of the Eastern Region has supported some 68 persons with disability with a number of items to improve their living standards.
The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) are concerned that the NPRA and the Finance Ministry are improperly handling their pensions.
Some 12 Ghanaians, 9 Chinese and 1 Togolese suspected illegal miners have been arrested at illegal mining sites by personnel of the Western Forward Operating Base (FOB) of Operation Vanguard.