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The historic figure and tale of Chief Alfred Sam is being celebrated, over 100 years after the merchant took to the United States a ship in order to entice African-Americans to return to Africa.
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The executive chair of SOFTtribe, Ghana's largest software company, Herman Chinery-Hesse has been installed as the Commonwealth Chair for Business and Technology Initiatives in Africa.
Generations of Ghanaians have come to know the broadcasting genius that is Joachim Awuley Lartey, and now, photos that have gone viral on social media show that at 92, the legend is still going.
Ghanaian ingenuity is making the headlines again after the UN body responsible for science and education, UNESCO, awarded medical researcher Dr. Priscilla Kolibea Mante the UNESCO International Rising Talents award in Paris-France
Professor John Hanson Kwabena Nketia or J.H. Nketia, as most of the world popularly knew him, was one of the greatest musicologists the modern world ever knew.
All too soon, another Independence Day beckons. Parades will be held. Guns will be fired. Flames will be lit. Salutes will be given. Speeches will be read. Celebrations will be held. And we will bid good bye to Independence Day 20
In September of 2014, an employee of the Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS), Grace Fosu was fired from her job over the phone while she was a hospital to give birth.
In recognition of Ghana's 62 years of independence, YEN.com.gh took to Facebook to ask Ghanaians what they felt the country's most crucial achievements have been since March 6, 1957 when it was founded.
The over 100 million subscribers to entertainment streaming platform Netflix, will from March 31, 2019 have the opportunity to watch The Burial of Kojo, the first-ever Ghanaian produced film to show on the platform.
A furore has broken out on what is described as Ghana Twitter after a user thought his appeal for 30k retweets would earn him a Kantanka car but after securing the retweets, it turns out the challenge to him was from a parody
The ingenuity of the Ghanaian has been thrust into the headlines again as YEN.com.gh sights the story of Gabriel Nyarko, a junior high school leaver who has been to able to work out the science that makes his phone power his car
Efforts to see government’s agenda of ensuring that the national capital, Accra, becomes the cleanest city in the whole of Africa have been advanced as Zoomlion Ghana Limited has unveiled a new set of mechanical street sweepers.
There has always been a debate between the NPP and the NDC over who are the better managers of Ghana's economy. The debate has been deepened Akufo-Addo's government replaced that of Mahama. Here are facts to decide the debate.
A Wa-based vulcanizer has won admiration from Ghanaians after news of his patriotic work hit social media. The vulcanizer, after realising that large potholes on the Wa to Kumasi highway wer an eyesore, is patching them up.
Among this week's series of videos, we bring you updates from the La Bawaleshie polling station. Our page is proof that we give viewers more than just news. No matter your age or gender, subscribe today and catch all the news.
A carpenter has, however, caused a stir on social media with his decision to make a coffin for 'womanisers.' In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh which is fast going viral, the carpenter made a coffin in the form of the male organ.
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust has given a lifeline to pensioners with the presentation of a GHC 500,000 cheque to the National Pensioners Association into Pension Medical Scheme to cater for their health needs.
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★OKYEAME KWAME NET WORTH★ is a dream to most people in Ghana and across the globe. The Ghanaian rapper has received numerous accolades for his work and continues to impress even on the international stage. Read to find out.
Among this week's series of videos, YEN TV takes you to Owusu Bempah’s church where some angry youth stormed, following certain prophecies that had been made. Subscribe to our channel today and catch the news when it breaks.
A careful look at the Criminal Offence Act 1960 (Act 29) suggests that the death prophecies from Owusu Bempah, Nigel Gaisie and the Eagle Prophet could be taken as second degree felony which could land them 10 years in jail.
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