The National Democratic Congress (NDC) hopes to conclude all internal elections by December 31, 2014.
Former Presidential Aspirant Prof Agyeman Badu Akosa has proposed that Ghana’s political and administrative capital be moved from Accra to an enclave between Gonjaland and the Brong Ahafo region.
President John Mahama says rather than predicting doom for the country, “wise” Ghanaian Politicians should help him scale the current economic hurdles confronting the Nation.
The Office of the President had 678 employees, including Ministers of State, washermen and sanitary labourers, in 2013.
The Single Spine Pay Policy (SSPP) has cumulatively cost the country Ghc48 billion in additional expenditure on public sector wages since its implementation in July 2010.
If you should do a quick background check on Kennedy Agyapong from Google, your first reference introduces you to a man who personally talks about purchasing a Rolls Royce and a private jet. The first impression you form about him is ‘this dude must be super rich’; but have you ever tried to think about how he made his fortune?
Three governance experts have called for investigations into claims by a former Majority Leader, Mr Alban Bagbin, that some Members of Parliament (MPs) take bribes.
Four out of the six boats being operated by the Marine PoliceUnit of the Ghana Police Service have been grounded due to lack of maintenance, barely nine months after the creation of the unit.
Ghana's competitive hospitality industry has been given a boost with the start of the ultramodern Tulip Inn Hotel, which poised to provide first class service to clients.
Banks operating in Ghana appears to be enjoying good times despite some economic challenges. The banking sector recorded a 32.8 percent growth in its total assets, representing about GH¢36.17 billion at the end of December 2013.
Government would soon review the existing customs laws to allow officials at the ports to work up till 7:30pm each day.
Professor Azumah Nelson, a retired professional Ghanaian Boxer, was involved in an accident at Odorkor on the Kaneshie-Mallam road Saturday night.
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The Ghana Book Publishers Association is heading for court after government’s failure to pay members over 35 million dollars for supplying basic schools with atlas books.
Yaya Jammeh has revealed that Ghanaian-born former Gambian Chief Justice, Mabel Agyemang, is seeking refuge at an unidentified embassy, following the recent termination of her contract.
The Ashanti Regional Police Command headed by DCOP Kofi Boakye has apprehended 35 suspected criminals at separate swoops in Kumasi; a strong indication that the law enforcement agents are firmly in control of the security situation in the area.
A-26-year-old man has been shot dead in Aboabo in the Tamale metropolis Mondayafternoon.
The Commission of Inquiry established by His Excellency President John Mahama to enquire into judgement debtpayments and other related matters will resume public sittings after the fire outbreak from Monday March 24, 2014 at its new location, the former offices of the Constitutional Review Commission, #16, 5thLink Cantonments opposite the American Embassy Roundabout, Accra.
The Commission of Human Rights and Administrative Justice is ready to investigate bribery allegations in Parliament if petitioned, Deputy Commissioner Joseph Whital has said.
A few days ago, a Malaysian Airline plane vanished on a flight from Malaysia to Beijing, with 239 people on board.
After so much has been said about the time of completion of the $1 billion gas processing plant at Atuabo, answers still fall short of a definite date.
Former Member of Parliament for Okaikoi South, Nana Akomea, has described as frightening, bribery allegations leveled against Members of Parliament (MPs) by former Majority Leader, Alban Sumana Bagbin.
The Progressive People's Party (PPP) says it has instructed its lawyers to make an application to the Supreme Court for an interpretation and enforcement of Article 38 (2) of the 1992 Constitution on the policy of Free, Compulsory, and Universal Basic Education since the period of compulsory implementation has long elapsed.
Mr Eric Opoku, out-going Ashanti Regional Minister, has urged