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Viva Bruce: the banker turned fashion designer

By Mabel Adorkor Annang. In times past, the programming code that was wired into our brains in terms of career path was to go to school, pick a career, work for a company or two, retire at 60 or 65,...

Feature: A spotlight on Kwame Nkrumah’s educational policies

By Hannah Dadzie Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, the driving force behind Ghana's independence from British colonial rule is revered for his contribution to Ghana’s development. Many have touted his achievements as unrivalled.  As Ghana celebrates him today on the occasion of...

To demolish or not: Story of Buduburam Refugee Camp in retrospect

By Rachel Kakraba. For more than 2 decades the Buduburam Refugee Camp, near Kasoa in the Central Region, has been home to some refugees from neighbouring African countries, majority of whom are Liberians. Peace has prevailed at this settlement until...

Youth And Their Quest For News

For the youth, news come to them in various forms and shapes, thanks to the new media, especially online, where they are updated with news making headlines. However, they say, it all depends on what is of interest to...

“Living in the Margins of Ghana,” A Napoleon Ato Kittoe Documentary

By Samuela Quartey & Hannah Dadzie The Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, GBC, will today September 9, 2021 premier a Documentary titled “Living in the Margins of Ghana.” The documentary exposes deficiency in information dissemination. Additionally, it opens up the conversation for...

Tribute to the late Lt. Gen. Emmanuel Alexander Erskine

By: Diana lorden Forson. The video documentary takes a look at tribute to the late Lt. Gen. Emmanuel Alexander Erskine Rtd. His biography, achievements and his contribution to Ghana’s National Peacekeeping mission in the Middle East among others. https://youtu.be/BF0wE6O0SjY

The youth under influence of narcotics | A GTV Documentary

This feature by GTV is centered on the youth who are under the influence of narcotics and how this affecting their lives and development negatively. A clinical Psychologist discusses the causes, effects, and the way forward in dealing with...

Damaged guardrails, a danger to road users on Achimota/Ofankor Highway

By Soyokuor Quarcoo-Tchire. Good roads are every road users’ wish, for safe daily travel and for vehicles to remain in top condition. However, due to circumstances, vehicles can veer off their lanes. But thanks to guardrails, many potentially tragic crashes...

Women in Shea butter value chain certified to sell on international market

The shea nut business continues to create sustainable income opportunities for hundreds of rural women particularly in the Northern part of the country. In these communities, women are often the primary breadwinners for their families and income opportunities are...

HARD ROAD TO THE DOUBLE as Hearts swelter over Ashgold to clinch FA cup

By: Napoleon Ato Kittoe, GBC. Bravery in cliffhanger as bogey side Ashantigold of Obuasi played their hearts out to stir home fans of Accra Hearts of Oak to impatience and agitations. The  phobian community lost the steam and slumped into...

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Septuagenarian Afua Akoto receives assistance from GBC

By: Beatrice Senadju GBC News has paid a surprise visit to Septuagenarian, Afua Akoto in the Ashanti Region. Afua...

GBC trains some staff of Liberian Broadcasting Service

By: Celestin Avi Some staff of the Liberian Broadcasting Service, the public broadcaster in Liberia, have ended a five-day training programme at the Ghana Broadcasting...

Oblogo M/A Basic and JHS in need of educational infrastructure

By: Oforiwa Darko The story about the quality of basic education and its impact on the future of the pupils may be good for some...

World Food Program, Japanese Govt. support Ghana’s nutrition improvement campaign with $4.5Million

By: Yvonne Atilego To support Ghana’s nutrition improvement drive, the Japanese Government and the  World Food Programme have signed a 4  point 5 million dollar Agreement. The initiative,...

Mahama in Central Region, still pushing for electoral reforms

Former President John Dramani Mahama, says even though the National Democratic Congress (NDC) was not happy with the conduct of the 2020 elections, it...