NEWS

The worsening power crisis cost Ghana between Ghc320 and Ghc924 million in 2014, according to the 2014 Social Development Outlook report compiled by the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic R...

A mermaid-like baby has been delivered at the Suntreso Government Hospital in the Ashanti region.The child with a rare defect has only one leg joining his torso from the waist down to his two fe...

POLITIC

The search for who becomes the new Chairman of the Electoral Commission (EC) has begun in earnest, as the current Chairman, Dr Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, will proceed on his statutory retirement in June...

SPORTS

The General Manager of Asante Kotoko, Samuel Opoku-Nti, has said he will not resign despite calls on him to step aside.Addressing a press conference in Kumasi, the Kotoko legend insisted that th...

BUSINESS

Authorities at the Ghana Gas Company Limited (GWCL) have announced that the gas processing plant will be shut down on April 20, 2015, for a mandatory maintenance.This is the first time the plant is go...

TECHNOLOGY

Tens of millions of users who visit Google sites use a browser loaded with malicious add-ons, research suggests.Most rogue extensions bombard people with ads, but the most malicious steal login name...

AFRICA

Khartoum, Sudan - Polling stations have opened in Sudan, where elections are expected to see the incumbent President Omar al-Bashir hold on to power for another five-year term.Voting in the genera...

W / REGION

Tarkwa on 28th March 2015 experienced it’s maiden edition of MTN CultureFEST which has been running in Sekondi-Takoradi for over 5 years. Organized by Skyy Media Group and MTN, the team touched down i...

ENTERTAINMENT

Accra Regional Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Afia Tenge said at a press conference in Accra today to detail the press about the findings of their investigations on Ada that the Police is huntin...

INTERNATIONAL

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has set out for a tour of key states, at the start of her campaign to become the first woman US president.She is taking a road trip to meet small groups of...

HEALTH

People who have taken certain antibiotics repeatedly may be at an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. Researchers found that people in the study who had ever...