Dossiers

  • Radio presenter KABA is dead

    News reaching us from the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra indicate that the radio icon was rushed to the hospital after his sugar level shot up but unfortunately, he could not make it upon reaching the hospital.
  • Zimbabwe crisis and Mugabe's resignation

    Zimbabwe's military has read out a statement after taking over the national broadcaster, ZBC, saying it has taken action to "target criminals"
  • Corruption

    All stories on corruption
  • 2018 Budget

    Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta will be presenting the Budget statement for the year 2018 before the house in Parliament on Wednesday November 15.
  • Kufuor, Rawlings, others grab state lands

    Stories of or related to claims that former Presidents Kufuor and Rawlings are part of a number of former government officials who have coveted state property
  • Paradise Papers leaks

    The name refers to a leak of 13.4m files. Most of the documents – 6.8m – relate to a law firm and corporate services provider that operated together in 10 jurisdictions under the name Appleby.
  • NSS Insurance Scheme controversy

    The Ghana National Service Personnel Association (NASPA), has admitted goofing in communicating information regarding the just rolled out insurance package for the National Service Scheme to personnel nationwide.
  • Sarah Pobee elected as Ada East DCE

    DCE nominee Sarah Pobee has been confirmed as Ada East's District Chief Executive by the assembly members of the area.
  • COCOBOD

    All news about COCOBOD
  • Kwabena Agyapong sues Wontumi

    The embattled Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi Boasiako has leveled another allegation against the suspended General Secretary of the party, Kwabena Agyei Agyapong.
  • Ayisi-Boateng's discriminatory comments

    Ayisi-Boateng hot
  • Fulani clashes

    There has been tension and violent clashes between Fulani herdsmen farmers in Konkonba for sometime now.
  • 4-year-old defiled

    Child Rights International (CRI) has described as ‘shameful’, the determination of the guilt or otherwise of an accused individual in a defilement case by gods.
  • Nurses sanctioned over Facebook Live

    Two Ghanaian nurses, who have been identified as Tracy Ewurama and Ramatu are reportedly on the chopping board after going live on Facebook while at work.
  • Ga chieftancy disputes

    The controversy surrounding the installation of a substantive Ga Mantse reached another crescendo on Monday when the Ga Traditional Council (GTC) installed Kelvin Nii Tackie as the ruler of the Ga State.
  • Bastie Samir defeats Bukom Banku

    The one-sided fight saw Samir out-punch and outclass Banku to win by a technical knockout in the seventh round of their non-title cruiserweight clash at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra.
  • Train derails at Tesano

    A Tema-Accra bound train has left some passengers injured after it derailed at Tesano on Monday morning.
  • Confusion rocks School Feeding Programme

    We cannot pretend to solve all problems at a go, and we should always anticipate that problems will come up for us to address. Of course, some of the issues that bother on activities which are unlawful, we expect the security agencies to be able to take i
  • Protests against Faure Gnassingbe

    Togolese want Faure Gnassingbe out
  • National Digital Addressing System

    National Digital Property Addressing System, also known as the Ghana Post GPS will provide every Ghanaian with an effective means of addressing every location and place in the country, using an information technology application. The system was launched o