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The death toll has increased to 20 in the cholera epidemic which hit the Ghanaian capital, Accra more than one week ago.
It has been confirmed that 11 people have died so far from a cholera outbreak in Ghana’s capital, Accra.
The deaths have been recorded in a number cholera cases reported since the outbreak started in the past two weeks.
In Ghana, deadlines have come and gone for mobile phone subscribers to register their sim cards, but some 15% of the 18 million cell phone users have not yet done so.
A free for all fight ensued between some Police and security personnel at Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport on Wednesday.
The current state of Ghana’s educational system is probably not anything good to write home about.
Last year, about 60 percent of Senior High School students failed their exams, while the results of the Junior High school exams were below average.
Ghanaian President John Atta Mills has made a rallying call on citizens to preserve the peace and stability the country is enjoying.
Youth and civil society are the heart of a series of reviews for of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action.
The first global review will be held by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), as part of the 2nd Dialogue and Retreat of the Alliance of Southern Civil Society in Global Health.
For the first time, Ghana is introducing the use a biometric registration and verification in its parliamentary and presidential elections slated for December this year.
Ghana’s blood banks are running dry and health authorities are making an urgent appeal for more voluntary blood donations.
Ghana’s first attempt to use biometric registration in December’s presidential and general elections has hit a wall of opposition from educational sector.