War with the British in the 1870s, became more complicated for the Ashanti, who had seen several other tribes in the Gold Coast seek protection from the British and in turn join them to fight.
A couple has been granted divorce when the man picked his mother over his wife, following irredeemable wrangling over the role of the man’s mother in their matrimonial home.
A young man has graduated with a nursing degree from New York University’s Langone Tisch, where he once worked as a janitor, cleaning patient, patient rooms, bathrooms and hallways.
Not only are women occupying top executive positions in white collar professions but are also steadily building careers in manual fields that were strictly dominated by able-bodied men, and a young woman is shaping conversations a
A homeless black teenager is being offered scholarships worth in excess of $3m (GHc 15.6m) along with potential places at more than 40 colleges.
As part of making school more accessible and help clean communities, a private school has appealed to parents and guardians to submit empty plastic bottles in exchange for payment of their wards' school fees.
Despite the busy engagements, a young student, Ntinyari Rutere, has doubled up his hustle by juggling as a cabin crew member and a taxi driver to gain financial stability.
Ghana Fest Toronto, which showcases the rich culture and heritage of the Ghanaian community in Toronto has dedicated the 2019 event to Ghana’s National Chief Imam for his 100-year commemoration.
A nurse who was sacked from the NHS after offering a bible to a cancer patient and encouraged him to sing The Lord is My Shepherd was fairly dismissed, a court has ruled.
An inspiring woman, who faced abuse from her family after she found a bag containing millions of dollars by an ATM and handed it over to the police continues to count her blessings as she has been rewarded with over GHc 38,000.
After serving a prison sentence for 46 years, Richard Philips, who has spent more time behind bars than any other wrongfully imprisoned person has been released after another person admitted to the murder.
Families of the three Takoradi abducted girls are demanding the removal of the Director-General of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), COP Maame Tiwaa Addo Dankwa.
A Ghanaian woman, Alberta Viala Owusu, alleging that her brother has been bewitched by his wife, took to Facebook to request for help on how to eliminate her sister-in-law.
Pregnant women in northwest Tanzania who do not give birth in health facilities are being fined between GHc 48.00 and GHc 116, privately-owned newspaper The Citizen reports.
Prominent philanthropist and richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote has been rated 11th of the 50 World’s Greatest leaders for 2019.
Beautiful photos of Ghanaian and first wife of former Zimbabwean President Mugabe, Sally Hayfron Mugabe, has resurfaced on social media and Ghanaians have been left mesmerized.
Anna Nimiriano Nunu Siya, a South Sudan newspaper chief editor has been distinguished after being named 8th on 50 World’s Greatest Leaders for 2019, topping Nigerian billionaire, Aliko Dankote.
Tragedy struck Eric Kwesi Marfo, a former inmate of the Nsawam prison when he lost his child while serving an 18 month jail sentence for unpaid debt.
In a conversation with Ghanaian former pro player trailblazing the frontiers of NBA, Pops Mensah-Bonsu, talks about his journey to professional basketball stardom and his hopes for the Basketball Africa League.
Orphaned at age 7, first black self-made richest female, C.J. Walker was born to freed slaves working as sharecroppers, became a wife at 14, widowed at 20 and died a millionaire.
Two siblings were washed away by rainwater in a gutter during a downpour that hit the town of Jema in the Kintampo on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.
Prior to Ghana attaining independence in 1957, Elizabeth Frances Baaba Sey, paved the way for other women after she became the first female graduate of the University of Ghana.