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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Let the voices of women be heard: A letter to Prez Akufo-Addo

Why More Women on the Supreme Court of Ghana Matters: Open Letter to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Women have made trailblazing contributions to the history of Ghana. Whether it...

Ghana: My First Day At School

September 10 marked the first day of school for kids across the country. Many children took their first major step in the academic journey as basic schools re-open for...

Maybe we want them to steal – Elizabeth Ohene writes

I tell a story about a friend of mine who became a First Lady. I am not sure I should mention her name, so, let’s say she was a...

“We Ghanaians saw Mugabe as our son-in-law”

A veteran journalist and a former Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education Elizabeth Ohene writes that Zimbabwe's ex-President Robert Mugabe, who has died aged 95, had a...

Cocoa Day: Ghanaians urged to eat what they grow

Ghana is the second biggest cocoa producer in the world but when it comes to its consumption Ghana is ranked among the lowest in the world. Switzerland tops the...

Patronage of new school uniform on the low

Patronage of newly introduced school uniforms for Junior High Schools remain low two weeks to the resumption of teaching and learning. Parents say the price per yard of the fabric...

KAMALA launches a $10,000.00 CONRAT Project at Nadowli

The Food and Agriculture Organization, (FAO), is of the view that if women worldwide had the same access to productive resources as their male counterparts, they could up their...

Letter from Ghana : The power of an apostrophe

A Ghanaian journalist and former government minister Elizabeth Ohene explains the politics - and grammar - behind a new public holiday. I don't know if schoolchildren are still given lines...

Korle-Klottey Assembly scraps off bills and posters on public structures

The Korle-Klottey Municipal Assembly has scrapped off bills and posters which have been advertised on public structures within their supervision. These include posters and banners of political parties, church...

A walk down memory lane on Tie and Dye and Batiks

Until the last decade, the tie and dye business in Ghana was doing well. Some of the producers were in good business and exporting their products as well. The wearing...

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Africa

Nigeria shuts Action Against Hunger aid group ‘for feeding militants’

Nigeria's army has stopped the work of international NGO Action Against Hunger accusing it of supplying a militant Islamist group with food and drugs. The...

Free Trade Agreement must serve African interests

The Paramount Chief of Akwamu Traditional Area, Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III, has called on leaders to ensure the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA)...

World

Global climate strikes kick off ahead of UN summit on climate change

As world leaders prepare to meet in New York for a UN Climate Summit next week, millions of young people all over the world...

Tunisia’s former president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali has died, lawyer confirms

Former Tunisian president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali has died, his lawyer, Mounir Ben Salha, confirmed to Euronews by telephone. Ben Ali fled to Saudi Arabia...