Category: World News

Young man walked miles for first day of work, gets car from CEO

On his first day of work at a location nearly 20 miles from his house, a young man in Alabama said he was left with one option to get there: Walk. After Walter Carr’s...

Dominic Ayine sues Controller over double salary

NDC MP for Bolga East Dr. Dominic Ayine who is under investigation for stealing has sued the Controller and Accountant General’s Department (CAGD)  demanding...

Wedding Dress That Make You Go Hmmm.

Perhaps the most important or planned-out part of a wedding day is the bride’s dress. Many young girls dream about what they might wear on this joyous occasion and...

Diana’s landmine legacy helps reclaim swaths of Angola – in pictures

21 years on, the Angolan province Diana visited is within months of being declared clear of unexploded ordnance. Yet the country’s dream of being mine-free by 2025 is...

New EC chairman named by President this week.

Overcoming every challenge lately, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will announce a new Chairperson for the Electoral Commission (EC) this week. A source close to...

Investigative Journalism in Ghana: what role can and should it have in our media houses, as part of our media communications industry, and within society? How important...

Eritrea re-opens Ethiopian embassy in capital since 1998.

For the first time in 20 years Eritrea has finally re-open the Ethiopian embassy as part of the rapport between the two countries. Eritrea’s President Isaias...

Van Vicker is forced to sleep outside his home after losing a World Cup bet.

Van Vicker hysterically slept outside his home on Sunday night after placing a bet on Croatia to be the team to win the World Cup. Unfortunately for the actor France...

Economist singles out Free SHS as cause of imminent VAT increase.

Dr Twumasi-Baffuor is convinced free SHS is a burden on government revenue. An economist at Ghana’s premier university has blamed government’s ambitious free...

Why Ghanaian statesmen don’t write memoirs – Kwesi Pratt Jnr

The fear of destroying relationships with friends and relatives is a disincentive for Ghanaian statesmen when it comes to chronicling their past experiences, the...

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