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An official of Ghana’s ruling party has rejected the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) claims describing President John Attah Mills’ inability to attend a fund-raising program by African leaders in aid for Somalia as a diplomatic blunder.
Ghana’s cocoa harvest has exceeded one million metric tons for the first time, as increased fertilizer use and pest and disease control spurred output in the ongoing 2010-11 crop season.
It seems Ghana is poised to boost its diamonds production, with the revamping of the country's biggest diamond mining company.
The mobile phone sector in Ghana is going through transformation, with new sets of procedure coming into effect.
Concerns over a possible return to the widespread use of charcoal in Ghana have been raised, in the wake of the periodic shortage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
In a bid to be more proactive in battling rising crimes, Ghana’s police administration is holding a conference to engage stakeholders in discussing effective and pragmatic measures to boost community policing.
The annual Ghana Banking awards program has been held, with this year’s award for best bank being taken away by Guaranty Trust Bank (GT) at a colorful ceremony in the capital, Accra.
It’s now 10 years since Ghana repealed the criminal libel law that could give the media the latitude to operate freely.
Health authorities in Ghana have confirmed that an outbreak of meningitis has claimed the lives of several persons in the country’s northern Ashanti region.
By Kofi Agyepong/WADR Correspondent
Residents of Obuasi, in the Ashanti Region of Ghana are said to be in shock, following the deaths of six people in what is suspected to be an outbreak of meningitis.
Obuasi is a densely populated gold mining city located 176 km from the Ghanaian capital, Accra.