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The vice president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has advocated for free internet services in Ghana. According to him, internet services come at a high cost, and it is therefore important for producers to consider doing something about it.
Africa's first black woman, Saray Khumalo, has successfully climbed to the top of Mount Everest which is the world’s highest mountain on Thursday May 16, 2019.
With her latest achievement, Dr. Faridah Mokaya has become the first black female and mother to graduate with PhD in Nuclear Physic from the University of Connecticut, USA.
A previously extinct species bird, the white-throated rail, has returned from the dead to recover the island it previously lived on while re-evolving itself back into existence.
After over a century of dumping raw sewage into the sea, Sewerage Systems Ghana, an Engineering and Construction company is generating green electricity from raw faeces and turns the sludge into charcoal for communities.
Sesi Technologies, a Ghanaian Agritech company, has won 2nd place in the idea category in the GIST Tech-I Competition during the Global Entrepreneurship Conngress held in Bahrain from 15th to 18th April, 2019.
Social media is lit and people are drooling after a photo of Ghana’s first female pilot, Melody Millicent Danquah, pops up in old fashion style.
Young Ghanaians are making remarking waves worthy of praise and the latest is co-founder of Farmerline, Alloysius Attah, whose company is providing information and technology solutions to farmers in Africa.
It is rare for young people to discover their talent early enough, but Hope Frank realized at a very early age that he could construct heavy machines including excavator and tipper with wood, syringe and drip set.
A young student, Ghaneshree Moonsamy, pursuing a Masters degree in Biotechnology at the Durban University of Technology (DUT), achieved the extraordinary when her Masters thesis was converted into a PhD.
The 250 acre ultra-modern Pentecost Convention center (PCC) at Gomao Fetteh, Central Region, inaugurated in MAY 2013 appears to be the largest in the country.
Three Ghanaians have taken part in the 2019 Global Wikimedia Summit (WM Summit), organized by Wikimedia Deutschland in partnership with the Wikimedia Foundation in Berlin, Germany.
A cyber security consultant and researcher, Amat Cama, has won a total of 375,000 dollars in cash after exposing bugs in the Tesla Model 3 car and other products in Vancouver, Canada.
Africa’s rich cultural diversity is evident in its thousands of ethnic groups with each speaking different dialects and over 2,000 languages but this cultural diversity has caused communication barriers that often stalls social-ec
While measures to address Ghana’s current housing deficit of two million units is still being established, young people are birthing innovative ideas to deal with the challenge.
The Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, has led a medical team to successfully remove and replace a damaged mitral valve with an artificial one on a sixty-one-year-old m
Jumeni Technologies, a Ghanaian-based software company specializing in cloud-based field service management solutions, has announced the launch of its flagship product for the waste management industry. Jumeni. YEN.com.gh news.
According to the Embassy, more than 250,000 tonnes of all plastic waste generated in Ghana is dumped into the sea. This, the Embassy warned, could mean more plastic wastes in the sea than fishes by the next three decades. YEN.com.
Level 100 Chemical Engineering student, Comfort Benewaa Osei Owusu, led the initiative. Together with her friends, Safianu Inunnarm and Barikisu Nasiru, both Geological Engineering students, she set to work after losing a friend.
A China-born entrepreneur, Eric Yuan, who was denied visa by the United States of America government is now a billionaire. It was gathered that Yuan's family stock hit $57 million, based on Zoom’s IPO price of $36 a share.
Two Ghanaian brothers have teamed up to build a small aircraft capable of flying short distances and are hopeful that with investor support, they could do a better and bigger work.
A team of second-year students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science Technology (KNUST) has constructed a robot that is expected to do the job of a mosquito repellent.
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