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  • KNUST students protest

    Students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have vandalized school property as part of Monday morning’s demonstration.
  • 1982 murder of judges

    All stories of and related to documentary on 'Who Killed the Judges'
  • Melania Trump visits Ghana

    All stories of and relating to United States of America's First Lady Melania Trump's visit to Ghana
  • Conversion of KNUST all-male halls into mixed

    All stories of or relating to the conversion of all-male KNUST halls into mixed ones
  • IGP orders Collins Dauda's home raid

    All stories relating to raiding of MP for Asutifi South, Alhaji Collins Dauda home
  • StarTimes - Digital Terrestrial Television deal

    The Ministry of Communications has emphatically stated that it does not intend to hand over the management of the national Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) infrastructure to any third party.
  • UEW VC controversy

    Rev. Prof. Fr. Anthony Afful-Broni has been inducted into office as the 4th Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, despite a raging controversy over the decision.
  • Auditor-General, Board Chair clash

    The Chairman of the Audit Service Board, Professor Edward Dua Agyeman, has denied allegations that he is interfering with the work of Auditor General, Daniel Yaw Domelevo.
  • MenzGold

    Stories of or related to Nana Appiah Mensah's Menzgold
  • V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe dead

    Renowned legal luminary, Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles Crabbe, popularly known as V.C.R.A.C. Crabbe is reported dead. The former Supreme Court judge died Friday morning after a short illness. He was 95.
  • Ghana’s US$2billion Sinohydro deal with China

    Tweet An international agreement that will see Ghana and China trade in bauxite in exchange for cash worth US$2billion has received the approval of the Parliament of the West African nation amidst concerns from some Members from the Minority Caucus.
  • GNPC's US$7.5m Global Haulage Deal

    Stories of or related to a US$7.5million deal between the state-owned oil company and private firm Global Haulage
  • Ghana's National Cathedral

    Stories of or related to the construction of a National Cathedral in Accra, Ghana
  • Two USAG beauty queens dead

    The contestants drowned during a photoshoot
  • Kofi Annan dead

    Kofi Annan is said to have died in Switzerland after a short illness.
  • Election 2020

    Stories of or related to the 2020 General Elections
  • Ban on fishing in Ghana

    The Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development has placed a ban on the importation of all ornamental fishes and tilapia species. The ban which began on July 1 will end on December. Meanwhile, Government has imposed a one month ban on all fishing ac
  • No beds syndrome

    All stories relating to the incidence of lack of beds in hospitals across the country
  • J.H Mensah is dead

    eteran politician Joseph Henry Mensah, aged 89, has died, myjoyonline.com has confirmed. J.H Mensah, a Gold Coaster born in October 1928 is a founding member of the governing New Patriotic Party and served in three different ministerial positions under th
  • National Science and Maths Quiz (NSMQ)

    The National Science & Maths Quiz promotes the study of the Sciences & Maths while fostering Healthy Academic rivalry among Senior High Schools.