Tema-based steel company, B5 Plus Limited, has supported health care delivery in the Tema Metropolis with the donation of some medical supplies to the Tema General Hospital.
Activities of illegal miners have forced management of the Ghana Water Company to halt the activation of a 58-million dollar Konongo water treatment plant that is intended to solve the perennial water shortage in the area.
The Supreme Court has refused to grant a request by two of the High Court judges implicated in the Anas judicial scandal, to have their salary and allowances fully restored.
The Executive Director of the Ghana Integrity Initiative [GII], Linda Ofori Kwarfo, says the wanton disregard for the implementation of policies and legislations on corruption is to be blamed for the rising cases of the canker in the country.
The government is to asphalt major roads that are in deplorable shape across the country, Roads and Highways Minister, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini has announced.
Demonstrators outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico have set fire to campaign merchandise and clashed with police.
A South African school has apologised for setting an exam question using a satirical cartoon of President Jacob Zuma floating in a pool full of money.
Chairperson of the African Union [AU], Dr Clarice Dlamini Zuma, is urging Africans to rededicate themselves to the continent and the ideals bequeathed to them by Africa’s founding fathers.
President John Dramani Mahama has on the occasion of the 53rd Africa Union Day, stated there is ‘no question’ that the African continent is rising.
The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) has added its voice to pleas to members of the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) to suspend their indefinite strike.