Engage local authors to produce storybooks - NGO
Madam Eugenia Tachie-Menson, Country Director of Young Educators Foundation , a non-governmental organization, has called on the Ghana Education Service to engage local authors of international repute to produce storybooks. She said by so doing, the authors would be sharing sights and sounds of the country, the continent and the world and also help keep them in gainful employment.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
The cosmology of Brazil 2014-the African Origin story.
Reports are rife that the Ghana Football Association in a three page reply to the Presidential Commission of Inquiry, probing the 2014 World cup debacle in Brazil has sought permission for its original appearance date of 15th September to be postponed. Among the GFA's reasons for this call are that, it is engulfed with activities which include its congress on Friday, 12th September and a lot of travels around the globe in the name of Ghana Football.
Ghana stands risk of importing Polio
Though Ghana has not recorded a case of polio since 2008, it stands a greater risk of importing the disease with reported cases from some African countries. Until all countries, especially neighbouring ones are free, Ghana cannot stand aloof due to the infectious nature of the disease.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
MoFA launches farmer based website
The Ministry of Food and Agriculture on Wednesday, launched a farmer based organisation website, to provide statistical information on activities and products of specific farmer groups and organisations. The website: www.fboghana.com ' is part of a two -year farmer based organisation capacity development project launched in 2012.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Milovan Rajevac was not in Lome to watch Ghana beat Togo
GHANASoccernet.com can confirm that coach Milovan Rajevac did not travel to Lome to watch Ghana's topsy-turvy 3-2 win over Togo on Wednesday in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The Serbian trainer arrived in Accra on Tuesday night to conclude talks with the Ghana Football Association over the Black Stars technical advisor job.
Ghana is Not Serious About Creative Arts -Wanlov
'There are no centres training artisans, there are no subsidies helping the craft people, and to make it worse, I don't see any system in place. If Ghana cared about the creative arts industry, they would have looked out for some of these people who are being harshly ejected,' Wanlov told NEWS-ONE after the Accra Metropolitan Assembly demolished structures belonging to some artisans behind the Art Centre.
T'di Chamber of Commerce legal tussle reignites
The legal tussle between the Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry and former regional executives of its Sekondi -Takoradi branch will resume on October 23 at the Sekondi high court. Three former executives of the Sekondi Takoradi Branch of GCCI led a splinter group to rebel against the mother union, accusing them of financial impropriety.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Funny Face On His 14 dogs & How He Wants To Become President Of Ghana
Ghana's finest comedian, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, popularly known as Funny Face, aka 'Swag-On-Papa', on Tuesday allowed NEWS-ONE into his residence at Millennium City Estate, Kasoa, on the outskirts of Accra and granted a no-holds-barred interview that touched on his career, his wife, his life and his future.
It's Easy For a Foreigner To Be Confused By The Words 'Chop Bar'
How do you juxtapose the two words and make any sense out of it? I wonder whether the interesting artistic expressions that accompany these words on many signboards up and down the land assist the stranger.
Anglican University Appoints President
Professor Addo-Quaye is the second person to be appointed as president since the university, which runs a multi-campus system, was established.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
The Now Newspaper
Surrey student spent part of summer 'on ice'
Wylee Fitz-Gerald at the Tasermuit fjord in Nanortalik, Greenland, was one of 85 students from across the globe selected to participate in Students on Ice's Arctic Expedition in July.
Promoting Tourism In Ghana: Akessa Sanza Shares Thoughts
Akesse Sanza Akesse Sanza is a Ghanaian drummer and a Tour Guide globetrotting within the last six years solely to promote Ghana's tourism sector and traditional folk songs to the international community.
Ghana's DStv Eutelsat Star Awards Poster Winner Travels to Paris
Lloyd Ossei Baffour recently travelled to Paris and Toulouse as Llyods prize for winning this years DStv Eutelsat Star Awards Poster category.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Experts Brainstorm At WACSI Information Session On Ebola
Over hundred people drawn from various civil society organizations, non-governmental organizations, religious organizations and the media, converge in Accra on Friday 29th August to share ideas and information on the deadly Ebola virus.
Social Impact Research shows micro-finance makes a difference
Microfinance, or access to financial services, has an effect on the lives of the poor.
Let's have confidence in Ghana statistical Service - " Lecturer
Dr Bashiru I. Saeed, a Senior Lecturer at the Kumasi Polytechnic, on Friday appealed to Ghanaians to have confidence in the Ghana Statistical Service in data monitoring and collection.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Second Ghana Garden And Flower Fair: Ghanaians Encouraged To Invest In Horticulture
The Ambassador of Netherlands to Ghana, Mr. Hans Docter, has stated that Ghana can generate a lot of foreign exchange if much attention and investment is made into the horticulture industry.
Perfect hideouts in Gomoa Fetteh
GOMOA Fetteh is a coastal town in the Central Region of Ghana, located off the Akotsi Junction on the Accra-Winneba highway.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Chinese Fujian Province strengthens bond of friendship
The Greater Accra Regional Coordinating Council and the Chinese Association of Fujian have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to facilitate sister region/province relationship between them.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Re: The Ebola Outbreak: Is It Safe To Travel?
The Embassy of Ghana in Washington D.C. wishes to make clarifications on an article that appeared on Fox.com website on 18th August 2014, "The Ebola outbreak: Is it safe to travel? The article, written by Mark Murphy sought to educate American travellers to Africa on the Ebola Viral Disease .