INDUTRY, SERVICES HIT BY ERRATICE ECONOMY
GDP data issued this week indicate that severe power disruptions and macroeconomic volatility have taken their toll on the industrial and services sector, leaving agriculture as the main anchor of economic activity in 2014.
MINERS IMPORT TONNES OF STEEL BALLS FOR WANT OF LOCAL CAPACITY
Steel manufacturers in the country, about five of them, are unable to meet the 200,000 per annum tonnage of steel balls required by the mining industry, leading to huge importation of ore-crushing balls.
NPP BROKE; DELEGATES STRANDED
Barely a day to the crucial presidential primary to elect a flagbearer, the opposition NPP is struggling to raisefunds for the all-important political exercise.
OHENEBA NTIM BARIMA IN DANGER
Weeks after a supposed scheme hatched by some faceless people to attack Oheneba Niim Barima, a natural health campaigner, became public, it has emerged that the people behind the supposed plot have not abandoned their mission.
38 ROBBERS NABBED IN KUMASI
Thirty-eight suspected armed robbers and pickpockets, who allegedly oeperate at the Kejetia Bus Terminal in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital, have been apprehended by the police.
AGGRESSIVE SEX -- CAUSE OF PENILE FRACTURE
LOUISE BOBBIE OSEI -- TV MALE NEWSCASTER OF THE YEAR
KENTE TALKS AT AKUAPEM ODWIRA
POWER CRISIS DEEPENS; 24-HOUR BLACKOUT, 24-HOUR LIGHT BEING CONSIDERED
The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) intends to introduce a new schedule of load-shedding timetable to enable consumers to plan their activities to efficiently use power.
NPP PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANTS WRAP UP CAMPAIGNS
APPOSTOLIC CHURCH GHANA LAUNCHES 80TH MILESTONE
NPP CHAIRMAN DISPLAYS ALL-DIE-BE-DIE; STABS NDC PANELIST ON EMAK FM
AKUA DONKOR PREVENTED FROM GREETING OTUMFUO
UNITY OIL ADJUDGED BEST MARKETING COMPANY
MOVIE INDUSTRY UNPROFITABLE; DVD NOW SELLS AT GH¢7
AMA'S ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR FROM2009
INSIDE STORY OF APRAKU'S U-TURN; INTRIGUES AS NPP GOES TO POLLS
I TRUST NPP DELEGATES -- AKUFO ADDO DECLARES
PAPA OWUSU ANKOMAH ENDORSES AKUFO-ADDO; SAYS GHANA NEEDS TRIED, TESTED LEADER