One hundred and one suspected Internet fraudsters and drug dealers believed to be the masterminds of major criminal operations at Kasoa and its surrounding communities in the Central Region have been arrested.
The Chairman of the Right to Information Coalition, Mr Seth Abloso has called on Ghanaians to rally around the campaign to get the Right to Information Bill passed in order to consolidate Ghana's democracy.
Members of the National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values, lead by law lecturer Moses Foh-Amoaning, have reiterated that Africa is strongly against the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transexual Queer (LGBTQ) agenda and, so, have launched a three-day fasting and prayer session against homosexuality...
The Ghana Association of Audio and Audio-Visual Distributors (GAAD), has charged the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Madam Catherine Afeku, to get down to the trenches and work to salvage the dwindling fortunes of the creative industry.
Civil Society Organizations working within the Ahafo Mine catchment area of Newmont Ghana Gold Limited (NGGL) are calling on government to ensure that adequate compensation packages are paid to the families and relatives of the deceased persons.
The vigorous implementation of Ghana's local content and local participation regulation is not to stifle multinational oil companies but to ensure that contractors use of local companies, service suppliers and workforce as a deliberate business strategy, Chief Executive Officer of the Petroleum Commission, Mr Egbert Faibille has stated.
The Ghana Federation of Disability Organizations and member representative organizations of Persons with disabilities are working tirelessly to ensure that bills that do not address their issues are not passed into law.
Government is being accused of relegating the concerns of Persons with disability to the back-burner following its failure to give attention to several calls to review the persons with disabilities Act 715, 2006, which is deficient in many aspects.
Ghana's macroeconomic performance improved in 2017 after a difficult 2016. The country's economy expanded for the fifth successive quarter in September 2017; at a rate almost double that of 2016, according to a World Bank report released today.
The judgment delivered by The Special Chamber of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) recently has triggered a rush by licensed Oil companies operating at Ghana's oil production blocks to settle their Annual Surface Rentals.
The cut of the country's policy rate from 21 to 20 percent by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has been lauded by a section of businessmen in the Central Business District of Accra. But quickly added that the hundred basis point cut will guarantee businesses growth only if it leads to a significant decline in the high bank lending rates.
In the past four weeks, we have all been regaled with stories of the Libyan slave trade. Sad as this is, we should ask ourselves as Africans, how did we get here? How did we create societies in which our young people see the need to take to the Atlantic Ocean, including those who cannot swim, instead of staying back home to help build their societies and decent lives for themselves?