Undoubtedly, the standard of our education was appreciably high in the late 50s to 90s until the infusion of political policies into it began to fall from the first and second cycle through to the tertiary level. Today, there is relatively nothing to write home about our education.
MR Rockson Bukari, the Upper East Regional Minister, has appealed to investors to partner with government to revive the defunct Pwalugu Tomato Factory in the region, also known as the Northern Star Tomato Factory.
By Emmanuel AMOAKO
AN American writer and comedian, popularly known as Groucho Marx (real name Julius Henry Marx), once remarked that “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies”. I cannot but agree with him.
By Obrempong Yaw Ampofo
THE name Prestea sounds familiar, right? Yea, it’s a long known town in Ghana for obvious reasons. It’s a land rich in gold. In this town and its environs are large-scale mining companies such as Golden Star Resources – Prestea; small-scale mining companies, and several youths engaged in illegal small scale mining. It’s a golden city where a simple request to see how gold looks like will yield positive results.
By Brittany Norton
My troski rumbles down the street, and the stench of exhaust filters in through open windows as I look out. Cars swerve in and out of lanes; motorcycles zoom through the thin sliver of space that sits between two lines of traffic, and a symphony of car horns fill the air.
By Kwesi TAWIAH-BENJAMIN
I have no regrets for coming back to Ghana after some 12 years abroad, studying to acquire a few advanced degrees and working unthinkable hours to boost the bottom line of supermarkets and factories.
By Dale BENTON
THROUGH its two gold mining operations, Newmont Mining Corporation is the major player in Ghana’s gold mining sector. With plans to expand beyond the boundaries of Ghana, Newmont is doing everything it can to leave a lasting legacy of creating value and improving lives.