School Feeding Scheme Is Slowly Changing Lives
[The Conversation Africa] Millions of Ghanaian children live in poverty. About one in ten - roughly 1.27 million - come from households that are so poor they can't afford the amount and type of food that's needed to stave off malnutrition.
Nana Addo's One District One Factory Can Work
[Ghanaian Chronicle] Accra -Trust Ghanaians to be witty. The ability of men and women at the centre of the earth to crack jokes with very serious national issues is legendary.
Mahama Under Siege
[Ghanaian Chronicle] The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has predicted a demoralizing attitude for honest public officials across the country, following President John Dramani Mahama's alleged involvement in a Ford Expedition Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) bribery scandal.
Don't Allow Your Lands to Be Desecrated By Homosexual Practices - LGBT Campaigners Tell Chiefs
[Ghanaian Chronicle] The National Coalition for Proper Human Sexual Rights and Family Values continues to tour the country to engage stakeholders in the fight against homosexuality, and educate them on the dangers associated with the practice.
The Nation Faces Food Insecurity
[Ghanaian Chronicle] Asakraka -... As Illegal Mining Activities Wreck Havoc On Farms
Behavior of Illegal Miners & U.S.$600 Million Rice Import Bill
[Ghanaian Chronicle] In his state of Nation address to Parliament in February 2014, President John Dramani Mahama announced that Ghana spent a whopping $1.5 billion on the importation of consumables in 2013. Within the same period, continued the president, the country also lost a staggering $1.3 billion in export revenues as a result of the decline in cocoa and gold prices.
GNPC Denies Overspending 2015 Budget
[Business Day] State oil firm Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) has denied claims by the Public Interest and Accountability Committee (PIAC) that it spent more than necessary in 2015 as far as its budget was concerned.
2nd Ghana CFO Awards Launched
[Business Day] The second edition of Ghana Chief Financial Officer (CFO) awards to be organised on October 21, 2016 at Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, in Accra, was on Thursday June 23 launched.
Daddy's Club Holds Fun Games to Honour Fathers
[Ghanaian Chronicle] In a quest to sensitise the public on the need to support the promotion of healthy motherhood and childcare, before, during and after pregnancy, Daddy's Club, a health issues-based club in the Ellembelle District, has held fun games to educate the public, especially men, on the need to collaborate with their wives for healthy motherhood.
Komenda Sugar Factory Has Vindicated Rev. Otabil and I
[Ghanaian Chronicle] When the idea of reviving the Komenda sugar factory was floated around with the accompanying business plan, IMANI Ghana wrote a position paper critiquing it, besides cataloguing the reasons for the unviability of the project. It was a very technical paper, and I am quite sure many never understood it. On the other hand, I will not give the government the benefit of the doubt, because they have the expertise to peruse every niggling detail with the utmost comprehension. It came as no surprise to me when the
Parliament Passes Charted Institute of Taxation Bill
[Ghana Govt.] The Parliament of Ghana has passed the Charted Institute of Taxation Bill, 2014 to regulate the practice of taxation and promote economic growth, in the country.
Mahama Accused of Taking 'Car Gift'
[Ghana Star] Benjamin Asante (Benarsh), a member of the Eastern regional New Patriotic Party communications team, has alleged that President John Dramani Mahama and his family drove the Ford Expedition given to him as a gift by the Burkinabe contractor to church on 31st night 2015.
ECG Shocked At Illegal Electricity Connection At Tema Police Barracks
[Ghana Star] Police occupants of the Tema Community 8 Police Barracks have been caught allegedly stealing power.
John Boye Denies Kissing Money During World Cup
[Ghana Star] Ghana and Sivasspor defender John Boye says images that were all over the internet showing he kissed his bonuses during the 2014 world cup in Brazil were all fake.
Are Actresses Afia Schwarzenegger, Yvonne Nelson Beefing?
[Ghana Star] Afia Schwarzengger has been seething for the past 24 hours after Yvonne Nelson claimed she wasn't aware of her existence. That surely hurts, especially when you are famous for nothing like Afia.
Second Lady Calls for a Return to 'Operation Feed Yourself'
[Ghana Star] The Second Lady, Mrs. Matilda Amissah-Arthur, has said that there are economic benefits of eating what the country grows and there are a lot of health benefits to be derived from eating the many fresh and nutritious produce from Ghana.
Mahama Took Ford 'Gift' On Behalf of Ghanaians - NDC
[Ghana Star] A Deputy Communications Director of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Fred Agbenyo, says President John the Ford Expedition vehicle, meant as a 'gift', on behalf of Ghanaians.
Minister Dozes During President's Speech, Blames Nature
[Ghana Star] "You cannot deceive nature," Gt. Accra regional Minister , Nii Laryea Afotey Agbo gave this explanation for sleeping off at a public event.
NDPC Holds Consultations With COSs On Ghana's 40-Year Development Plan
[Ghana Govt.] The National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) is in the process of finalizing the outline of a 40-year National Development Plan (2018-2057) for Ghana.
There is Too Much Hardship in Ghana - Rawlings
[Ghana Star] Former President John Rawlings has said that there is too much hardship in Ghana.