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Salaries for first and second ladies: We don’t support it –...

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has said it does not support government's decision to pay the first and second ladies monthly salaries...

CJ’s petition against Ayine ‘clear case of culture of silence’ –...

Minority lawmakers in Ghana's Parliament want the Chief Justice to reconsider his petition to haul Bolgatanga East MP, Dr. Dominic Ayine before...

COCOBOD case: Judge dismisses Opuni’s application asking him to recuse himself

“It is my candid opinion that the application was brought in bad faith. Accordingly, the motion is hereby dismissed”.

Don’t join ‘#Fix The Country’ protest – Police caution public

The Ghana Police Service is urging the public not to partake in any protest march organised by conveners of the #FixTheCountry.

#FixTheCountry demo can go ahead – Supreme Court orders

The Supreme Court has quashed an order by the Accra High Court restraining the FixTheCountry movement from going on demonstration.

Dominic Ayine: Former A-G under Mahama regime hauled before GLC over...

A former Deputy Attorney-General under the Mahama regime, Dr Ayine has been summoned before the General Legal Council (GLC), according to...

SALL review: Tsatsu loses again at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has thrown out a review application that sought to overturn the court’s decision that permitted the Electoral Commission (EC)...

Ghanaian university lecturer asks Supreme Court to declare God created man

A lecturer has filed a suit urging the Supreme Court to declare that man was created by God and not through the...

SSNIT Scandal: Supreme Court sets Ernest Thompson, others ‘free’

A former Director-General of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), Mr Ernest Thompson, and four others accused of causing financial loss of...

Time to move on after Supreme Court judgment – Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on Ghanaians in general, and his opponents in particular, to accept the verdict of the...