Ivory Coast asks Mali to immediately release 49 arrested soldiers

Ivory Coast on Tuesday demanded the release of 49 of its soldiers arrested in Mali, an incident that may worsen tensions between Mali's military...

Ivory Coast President Ouattara meets predecessors in reconciliation drive

Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara held a rare meeting on Thursday with his predecessors and longtime rivals Laurent Gbagbo and Henri Konan Bedie in...

KNUST cooperates with Nestlè to boost industrial growth, academic activities

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has stepped up efforts to align its academic programmes and course contents with the demands...

Kennedy Agyapong To Transform Ghana With Tourism

Member of Parliament (MP) for Central Assin, Kennedy Agyapong, says he will largely depend on tourism to turn the fortunes of the country around...

Lilongwe Man Catches Wife Cheating Red Handed

Shame lands in the home of one Mr. Allan when he finds his marital wife in the car of whom is believed to be...

Benin to auction luxury items of opposition ‘tycoon’

The Benin government will auction off the luxury items of opposition figure and business tycoon, Sébastien Ajavon, including a Rolls Royce. The car alone is...

Company supports women farmers in Sissala West with fertilizer

A total of 136 women farmers in the Sissala West District have been supported to purchase fertilizer at an affordable price to increase their...

1,000 Burkinabes run to Ghana, seek refuge in Bawku West, Binduri...

About 1,000 Burkinabe nationals from neighbouring Burkina Faso are seeking refuge in Bansi, Gentiga no1 and No.2, Mognori, Sapeliga, Kutanga and Yarigungu in Bawku...

Kotoko board denies resignation of coach Prosper Narteh Ogum

Ogum, who won the Ghana Premier League with Kotoko last season, was reported to have tendered in his resignation on Wednesday after a meeting...

Tamale Hajj Airlift Ends Today

The Ghana Hajj Board (GHB) has announced that the Tamale chapter of Hajj 2022 will end today with the touchdown of two flights from...

Organ harvesting: UK medical doctor docked for allegedly conniving with Ekweremadu

A London-based medical doctor, Obinna Obeta has been docked for allegedly conniving with Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice to facilitate the travel of...

More disruptions in local aviation as fuel, forex crises bite harder

With aviation fuel at its all-time high and foreign exchange unavailable to meet obligations on schedule, local air travellers should brace up for tougher...

Clotilda descendants mark anniversary of last slave ship

Descendants of the last African people abducted into slavery and brought to America's shores gathered over the weekend on the banks of an Alabama river to pay...

400 pharmacists trained as COVID-19 vaccine educators

Four hundred Pharmacists have been trained as COVID-19 vaccine educators in the Ashanti, Central, and Greater Accra regions. The training was carried out by Community...

GHANA: Opposition NDC Laments Over Court of Appeal Judges Prisiding High...

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described as worrying the appointment of Court of Appeal Judges to preside over High Court Cases.The Party said...

The Akoto Lante-Samaritan And The Advocacy To Decriminalise Petty Offences (2)

THE DIRECTOR of the Africa Office of the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, Madam Mina Mensah, who was also a panelist on the show, made...

Togo army says it was behind blast that killed several civilians

Togo’s army said Thursday it was responsible for a blast that killed seven civilians and injured two more, after mistaking them for jihadists. The explosion...

West African nations Gabon and Togo join Commonwealth

Gabon and Togo joined the Commonwealth on Saturday, becoming the latest nations with no historic ties to Britain to enter the English-speaking club headed...

Gov’t To Announce Vendor for Nuclear Power Project

The workshop participants with officials of NPG and Bui Power Authority The selection of the preferred nuclear vendor country and technology for the establishment of...

Entomologist advocates using GMO crops to improve farmers’ productivity

Dr Peter Quandahor, an Entomologist, has stressed the need for the government to adopt Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) crops to help improve the productivity...