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On August 31,2017, the metropolitan city of Kumasi, became the second city in Ghana to go live with global technology giant, Uber. A commercial business hub of
The number of active social media users in Ghana grows day-in and day-out, social causes have become a part of the bargain and these individuals have took lead.
Known as the "lost Roman City of Julias," the area is believed to be the home town of Peter, Philip and Peter's brother Andrew. Find out more on yen.com.gh.
The Sunyani Technical University (STU) has struck a partnership with the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund, Germany, to build a flying car. Thi
There are over 1001 entrepreneurs out here in Accra finding nice and interesting ways of making money and providing services at the snap of the finger.
Social Media Week Accra is here to elevate Ghana’s connection to social media on a global scale. Accra will be connected from September 11th to 15th.
The provision of a sustainable supply of electricity has been a challenge that recent governments have had to deal with in Ghana. It history could be traced to
Some Ghanaian software developers have labelled Mudclo, the website created by the third year Sociology student, Gabriel Opare, as fraudulent. They have cautio
Dr. Mark Amoo Boateng, who lectures at the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), has created a device that has proven capable of alleviating energy
A Zimbabwean inventor is showcasing various disruptive technologies and solutions that are putting Africa on the global technological map. Find out more here.
Gabriel Opare, a 19- year old student of the University of Ghana has built a video search engine which he believes will rival the likes of world-renowned search
The Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Physics of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology have come together to invent the first ever envi
The General Secretary of the Ghana Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU), Mr. Edward Kariweh has warned that if government does not thread cautiously, there is goin
Aimed at educating both drivers and passengers on proper behavior while using the service, the new policy also aims to inform users that they potentially could
GhanaSat-1 is intended to capture picturesque images of the country from two onboard cameras and broadcast songs, including the National Anthem, from space
The space laboratory team of the All Nations University (ANU) has received a special congratulatory message from the president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo In
The minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Kwabena Frimpong – Boateng has called for the removal of a fake Iranian scientist fro
Managing Director of the Electricity Company of Ghana, Samuel Boakye-Appiah has indicated that the company is making a cash investment of $123 million to help u
An 11-year-old boy has scored higher in an IQ test than German-born theoretical physicist Albert Einstein and celebrated cosmologist Stephen Hawking.
The minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng, has stressed on the need for Ghana to pay attention
GhanaSat 1 was designed by a trio led by Benjamin Bonsu, a PhD student in Applied Science for System Engineering, Joseph Quansah and Ernest Teye Martey.
Hackers have targeted major Ghanaian news websites, as the coalition of media houses intensifies a campaign, for the ban of illegal mining [GALAMSEY].