24th July 2012 was the day the hearts of Ghanaians were severely struck by the news of the death of our dear President John Evans Attah Mills. To this day, many Ghanaians still celebrate him for what he stood for: peace, love, patriotism, consensus building politics and many more. Thursday 24th July, 2014 will be the 2nd anniversary of his passing.
A Muslim-businessman, Alhaji Mohammed Amponsah, donated GH¢120,000.00 towards the completion of a Methodist church building, a gesture that highlights the cordial ties between the two dominant religions in Ghana.
The wife of the 2012 flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, is worried about the deteriorating health of her husband, Nana Akufo-Addo, who has recently filed his nomination once again to join in the CAMPAIGN trail, trying for a third time to bring power to the NPP.
The Minister for Finance, Mr Seth Terkper, has outlined measures the government intends to put in place to halt the depreciation of the Ghana cedi against major international currencies.
President John Mahama has, consistent with earlier speculations, attempted to reinvigorate his government by making new appointments and reshuffling his ministers.
The NDC government has fully embraced its responsibility to ensure the provision of clean, safe, drinking water for our people. In order to guarantee the availability of potable water for all Ghanaians, government has devoted significant attention and resources to improving the water supply system of the country.
Government says while it acknowledges that the country is beset with some challenges, it remains fully "committed to using its mandate for the betterment of the lives of the people" and will not relent in the achievement of "the highest standards of living possible for all Ghanaians".
An aspiring General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwabena Agyepong, says the party needs complete overhauling to attract floating voters.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has said Regional Managers of Unit/ Mission Schools can no longer select and post newly qualified teachers to their schools because of the government’s new salary payment system.
The prosecution in the GH¢51.2 million criminal case against businessman, Alfred Agbesi Woyome, had a tough time cross-examining the businessman at the Financial Division of the Accra Fast Track High Court in Accra yesterday.
Ghana’s Chief Athletics coach, Albert Nukpeza, has been left out of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA) team for the Commonwealth Games that open in Glasgow tomorrow.
The disappearance of hiplife artiste, Theophilus Tagoe, aka Castro, and his female friend, Janet Bandu, at Azinzanya in Ada has caused a drop in the number of tourists who visit the Ada area.
A delegation from National Youth Service of Namibia on Monday called on Ghana’s Education Minister as part of the collaboration to under study Ghana’s National Service Scheme (NSS).
Solar lanterns being distributed to rural folks in the North Gonja District in the Northern Region are being sold at Ghc80 instead of Ghc30, TV3 has gathered.
Reverend Justifier Nii-Noi Ocquaye, President of the 2014 Minister’s Conference of the Ghana Baptist Convention, on Monday blamed the rise in corruption and gross immorality in society on the failure of pastors to lead the way.
President John Dramani Mahama on Monday charged his ministers to roll up their sleeves and get to work, as there is a lot of critical and urgent work to be done. “Our people are tired of listening to fine talk, what they want to see is the deliverables that will make their lives better…I, therefore, call on each of you to hit the ground running with no time to waste,” he added.
Former Attorney General and Minister of Justice Joseph Ayikoi Otoo has missed out on an attempt to be reappointed as Chairman of the Constitutional Committee of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
An outbreak of cholera has left two persons dead and 350 more visiting hospitals in Accra to report suffering the disease caused by poor hygiene.
Employment and Labour Relations Minister, Haruna Iddrisu says government is engaging organised labour with the hope of talking them out of an intended nationwide demonstration on Thursday.
Ghana legend Reverend Osei Kofi has revealed that ex-members of the Black Stars team who formed part of the four African Cup winning squads are planning to invoke curses on the national team from ever achieving laurels if Ghana president John Mahama fails to honour his promise of compensating them.