Professor Kwesi Yankah, President of the Central University College has predicted that the number of unemployed graduates would likely surge to 271,000 this year up from the existing figure of 200,000.
President John Mahama has reaffirmed he will fix the energy crisis currently plaguing the country.
Mr Kofi Annan, former Secretary General of the United Nations, and his wife, Mrs Nane Annan, Friday visited a sweet potato trial field at Nyankpala in the Northern Region to observe the progress being made in sweet potatoes production in the country.
The General Secretary of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, says any attempt to replace the current voters' register may open the floodgates for the register to be compromised the more.
Government appears stoic even after doctors of public hospitals across the country extend their strike by two more weeks, with Labour Relations Minister Haruna Iddrisu insisting government will weather the storm.
ROME -- At least 40 migrants died Saturday in the hold of an overcrowded smuggling boat in the Mediterranean Sea north of Libya, apparently killed by fuel fumes, and some 320 others aboard were saved by the Italian navy, the rescue ship's commander said.
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has asked striking doctors to call off their strike and return to the negotiating table.