About thirty-eight per cent of Ghanaian voters say job creation should be the priority of the next Government, with 20 per cent prioritising education while 14 per cent chose healthcare as their top area of concern, a survey has revealed.
A U.S based Nigerian, Emeka Mazie, on Wednesday dragged his 96-year-old father to court for taking a second wife after the demise of his wife eight years ago.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the campaign of harassment and intimidation against a newspaper in South Africa after it published a photo of a painting of President Jacob Zuma more than two weeks ago.
For 50 years scientists have been unsure how the bacteria that gives humans cholera manages to resist one of our basic innate immune responses. That mystery has now been solved due to a research by biologists at The University of Texas at Austin.
More than a thousand UNILAG students and youths have taken over a main artery leading into the business center of Nigeria’s largest city in protest of the unethical name change of the institution by the Goodluck Jonathan administration.
South Africa’s ruling African National Congress party agreed on Wednesday to drop court proceedings against a gallery and an artist over a painting depicting President Jacob Zuma with his genitals exposed.
Ghana’s K-Pad tablet, an Alltel Limited’s flagship product, is said to becoming an African preferred device gaining worldwide attention due to its increased patronage, affordability and locally developed free web applications for users.
The Ghana Statistical Service (GSS) on Tuesday said it would work hard with the support of the final district boundary disputes report to release the district level census data by Thursday, May 31.
The scale of the ongoing tragedy visited on Libya by NATO and its allies is becoming horribly clearer with each passing day. Estimates of those killed so far vary, but 50,000 seems like a low estimate; indeed the British Ministry of Defence was boasting that the onslaught had killed 35,000 as early as last May.