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May 22, 2013
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The Ghanaian government has commissioned a US$9 million rock quarry to meet the huge demand for road and building construction, not only in Ghana but in other countries in the West African sub-region.
Ghanaian lawmakers have expressed serious concerns over what they say is the increasing number of illegal immigrants pouring into the country.
Managing waste is an uphill task in cities across West Africa, with rural urban migration becoming a daily phenomenon.
Experts in waste management and other stakeholders are brainstorming how to address this challenge at a two-day conference currently taking place in the Ghanaian capital, Accra.
Four West African states have agree on strengthening border security and economic cooperation and development, during state visits paid to two capitals over the weekend.
It is all over. Ghana’s biometric voter registration for December’s presidential and parliamentary elections came to a close on Sunday across the country, after months of wrangling over the newly introduced process.
Ghana's Food and Drugs Board has warned its citizens of what it called, the sometimes ‘dire and dangerous consequences’ of using aphrodisiacs or sex stimulant, especially for many of the country’s young male population.
Celebrations of the 2012 annual May Day or International Workers Day took place on Tuesday in countries across the sub-region, against the backdrop of a new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) of a huge increase in joblessness amid the global economic crisis.
Ghana has become the first African country to introduce pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines in its national immunization programme.
The Inspector General of Police in Ghana, Paul Tawiah Quaye promised the cops will not treat anyone beating war drums in Ghana with kids’ gloves, because they want to jealously guard the prevailing peace.
A Ghanaian member of parliament from the main opposition National Patriotic Party (NPP) has made history by becoming the first person to be charged with terrorism in the country.