One activity that’s recurrent in our daily lives, is the management of the three C’s. They are Choice, Chance and these comprise the 3 C’s. We are each burdened with the natural tendency to make choices regarding our life and these choices will create chances which would ultimately bring about change. It’s easier said than […]
The post Sybil Shaibu column:
Annan Capital Partners in collaboration with Compatriot Magazine presents a webinar series dubbed “The African Boardroom”, a quarterly thought leadership series aimed at steering conversations bordering on business, finance, women empowerment among others with an African perspective. The second of this series will be held at 11:00 am GMT on Monday, March 8, 2021, in commemoration […]
The post Annan
Veal Cordon Bleu with Mash potato is an easy meal which exposes you to a whole new and healthy way of cooking veal and other types of proteins e.g. chicken, beef, fish etc. In this recipe, potato was used for the mash but this can be replaced at home with our local yam or sweet […]
The post Recipe column: Veal Cordon Bleu with Mash Potato appeared first on
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has urged party members to be circumspect with their utterances in order not to play into the hands of detractors waiting to exploit the current uneasy situation in the country.
Dean of the Faculty of Management Studies at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), Professor Albert Puni has stated that the Electoral Commission(EC) of Ghana must continue to work in cooperation with the various political parties to ensure equity and transparency in the discharge of their duties but not to be influenced by them. […]
“Our [Ghana] independence is meaningless unless it is linked up to the total liberation of the African continent”. Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first Prime Minister, who led and fought for the independence of Ghana from British colonial rule, uttered these famous words on the eve of Ghana’s independence- March 5, 1957. Before gaining our […]
The post Tween
The African Bar Association has criticized the Cape Verdean government for the continual detention of Venezuelan diplomat Alex Saab. The Association says that the actions of the Cape Verdean authorities could bring the “ECOWAS and the African Union (AU) into disrepute” and also open way for “big countries to violate the diplomatic status of our […]
The post African
The Ministry of Employment and labor Relations started the process for the review of the Ghana Labour act. The Ministry is doing that with support from the European Union (EU). In a meeting with stakeholders held in Accra, the ministry stated that it was at the listening stage of views from various bodies across the […]
The National Communications Officer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC; Sammy Gyamfi, has opined that the Supreme Court of Ghana erred in the verdict it handed down on the 2020 Election Petition.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has reiterated the government’s commitment to revamping the economy after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic, which is still raging across the globe, has crippled most economies and has tasked governments to find means of staying afloat while alleviating the plight of their citizens. President Akufo-Addo, addressing […]
The post Independence
An estimated $500 million in liabilities or debts is being incurred by the country’s energy sector due to ‘Take or Pay’ contracts signed between Government of Ghana (GoG) and International Oil Companies (OICs) for gas production from the Sankofa oil field alone.
Members and workers in Ghana’s Legislature have begun taking the coronavirus vaccine jab. The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Babgin, urged the public to disregard the myths and misconceptions surrounding the AstraZeneca vaccine as he took his jab on Saturday. Since the rollout of the vaccination exercise, some persons have expressed their reservations about the safety […]
The post Speaker