Summary of the First Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Eighth Parliament 

A GNA Feature by Elsie Appiah-Osei  Accra, April 07, GNA – The First Meeting of the Fourth Session of the Eighth Parliament of the…

Ghana’s Independence at 67: Could we be better or worse without media, civil society contributions?  

A Feature by Clement Boateng  Tamale, April 7, GNA – Just a month ago; March 6, 2024, Ghana celebrated its 67th anniversary of independence,…

Prostituting freedom: the untold stories

By Nii Martey M. Botchway  Accra, April 3, GNA – Is your car parked here? She asked. I responded in the negative.  “Please take…

Excessive Heat: Cause to invest more in Meningitis prevention 

A GNA feature by Philip Tengzu   Wa (UW/R), April 4, GNA – The impact of surging heatwaves and the attendant consequences on every aspect…

Revellers bask in Kwahu Easter festive fun    

A GNA Feature by James Amoh Junior   Kwahu (ER), April 03, GNA – As the Easter weekend unfolded, the picturesque town of Nkawkaw at…

Revellers bask in Kwahu Easter festive fun

A GNA Feature by James Amoh Junior Kwahu (ER), April 02, GNA – As the Easter weekend unfolded, the picturesque town of Nkawkaw at…

It’s time for Public Health Emergency Fund in Ghana  

A GNA Feature by Albert Futukpor  Kojokura (S/R), April 3, GNA – The birth of Little Kojo (real name hidden) brought immense joy to…

World TB Day: Ending the canker by 2030 – Volta Region in retrospect 

A GNA feature by Agbaxode Emmanuel  Akatsi (VR), March 30, GNA- It was on March 24, 1882 (142 years ago) that Dr Robert Koch…

Hypertension snatching Ghana’s vibrant economy to an early grave 

 A GNA feature by Samira Larbie  Accra, March 30, GNA – Nii Martey (Not his real name), 27-year-old, is the second of four siblings…

Cocoa House: A magnificent agri-architecture at the heart of Sunyani, worthy of replication 

A GNA Feature by Benjamin Akoto  Sunyani, March 28, GNA – Located in the heart of Sunyani, the Cocoa House, an imposing edifice of…

Kokonte: The publicly denied but secretly loved Ghanaian food 

A GNA feature by Laudia Sawer  Tema, March 26, GNA – Face-the-wall, Lapiiwa, and Opolatsaa are some of the funny names given to Kokonte,…

Ghana Month: Patronising the country’s indigenous cuisines for a healthy life

A GNA feature by Florence Afriyie Mensah  Kumasi, March 25, GNA – What have you been eating lately? Is it the local food or…

Preventing examination malpractices, a shared responsibility for credible results 

A GNA Feature by Regina Benneh  Sunyani, March 24, GNA – The contribution of education to every well-developed society cannot be overstated as it goes…

Leaders of faith/culture and the 2024 International Women’s Day commitments of African governments

By Judith-Ann Walker/ Dabesaki Mac-Ikemenjima Accra, March 23, GNA – The commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2024, saw national governments all across…

The benefits of intermittent fasting the right way

March 23 (BBC/GNA) – Intermittent fasting offers the tantalising promise that changing mealtimes, and not the meals, can be good for you. But what…

Enhance WASH considerations in key national climate change policies, plans

By Dr Bob Manteaw  Bolgatanga, March 22, GNA – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) constitutes a critical sector in the national quest for sustainable…

Celebrating Ghana’s Rich Heritage in Traditional Medicine: Insights from Prof. Kwame Banga of UHAS 

A News Feature by Muniratu Issah  Accra, March 22, GNA-In the heart of Ghana’s healthcare history, lies a treasure trove of natural remedies—traditional medicine.  …

Belmonte: East Legon’s Most Anticipated Development

A business feature by CPL Developers Accra, March 11, GNA – In the bustling real estate landscape of Accra, CPL Developers has emerged as…

Antiretroviral Treatment in Ghana: HIV/AIDS not “death sentence” anymore 

A GNA feature by Muniratu Akweley Issah   Accra, March 10, GNA – Ghana diagnosed its first Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) case in March 1986…

The eyes are a passport to society – Keep them healthy! 

A GNA feature by Bajin D. Pobia  Issa (UW/R), March 6, GNA – The eyes, the sages say, are a passport to society. Without…