The Vice President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, has urged leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), to step up their efforts at ensuring that integration in the sub-region is achieved, to make the region globally competitive.
The Kotoka International Airport (KIA) has joined the league of major airports worldwide using passenger facilitation technologies from SITA.
Occupational Health is a subject that affects every employee and every employer. It is best described in the arena of medicine as a specialist branch of medicine focusing on health in the workplace. It is concerned with the physical and mental well-being of employees. The functions of Occupational Health specialty is contributing healthy workplaces and healthy workforce through advising on work-related illnesses and accidents at work, carrying out surveillance on health risks for employees and general monitoring the health at work. Occupational Health is usually seen as the medical wing of Human Resource in any organisation.
The Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Anima Wilson, has expressed regret over the politicisation of the government’s decision to retarget the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP), explaining that the exercise was in accordance with the reasons for the programme
THERE IS now a new form of violence emerging in the Bawku Township, as faceless persons set rooms on fire. Between September 16 and 20 this year, five rooms in separate households had been set ablaze by some unidentified persons.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for Sunyani East, Kwasi Ameyaw- Cheremeh has expressed worry about the fallen standards of the country’s education and has, therefore, called on all stakeholders to jointly come to its rescue.
By Stephen Odoi-Larbi
With the growing threat of breast cancer among Ghanaian women, UT Bank, a subsidiary of UT Group of Companies is mapping out strategies to raise awareness and also to raise funds for the treatment of the disease.
Listening to members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) talk on the state of the nation, you might think Ghana is flowing with milk and honey since President John Evans Atta Mills fumbled his lines at the swearing in ceremony at the Independence Square on the mid-morning of January 7, 2009
Old age is a blessing but it looks as if a lot of people do not want this blessing anymore. Not too long ago people used to boast of how older they are than their colleagues and how they witnessed an event at a time that others were still clots of blood in their mums’ bellies.