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South Africa’s corruption in the health sector affecting service delivery – NGO

Corruption in South Africa is affecting service delivery in the health sector particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, said South Africa's Corruption Watch on Wednesday...
Asuboni Rails School

ICT Lab Absence Hinders School’s Performance

Mr Bright Moses Oppong, the head teacher of Asuboni M/A School, has expressed worry about the poor performance in Information and Communication Technology (ICT)...
Pfj Donkorkrom

PFJ Programme Suffering Due to Bad Roads in Kwahu Afram Plains North

Mr Ebenezer Philip Azidoku, the Kwahu Afram Plains North Agriculture Director has expressed worry at the deplorable nature of roads leading to communities where...
Chinese scientists measure the conductivity, temperature and depth of the ocean with a CTD (Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth) device. (File photo from People’s Daily)

Rise in Temperature Causing Food Spoilage

For most people, “it is warm these days” but they do not give a thought to why, and its effect on the general population....

GRA blames poor tax collection on disappearing check-points

The government’s decision to remove customs revenue check-points from major road across the country is affecting revenue collection, Mr Paul Kwesi Ahiakpor, Sector Commander,...
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Central Region: Poor Counselling Affecting Family Planning

The Central Regional Technical Working Group on Family Planning on Tuesday identified lack of proper counselling by some service providers as one of the...

Poor sponsorship making league management poor

Mr. Owoahene Acheampong, chairman of the Division One League (DOL) Board, has said lack sponsorship in this year's league has affected the management of...

Women cite bush burning as cause of their low income

Women in Sandema in the Builsa-North district have condemned the rate of bush burning in the area and said the annual practice had a...
Pilgrims prepare to pray and stay overnight in tents in Mina, about seven km from Mecca, in Saudi Arabia, Sept. 22, 2015. According to the rigid Hajj schedule, pilgrims will pray and stay overnight in tents of Mina, before moving on to Arafat, a barren and plain land some 20 km east of Mecca, and then to Muzdalifah, an area between Arafat and Mina, to celebrate Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice. (Xinhua/Min Junqing) (djj)

E-passport Scarcity Affecting 2018 Hajj Pilgrims Registration Process – IHR

A group called Independent Hajj Reporters has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to urgently, look into the issue of scarcity of E-passport...

Rapid Population Growth Affecting Ghana’s Economy

Executive Director of the National Population Council (NPC), Dr. Leticia Adelaide Appiah, has called on government for pragmatic and concrete measures to help slow...
Businesses Of Expats

Government To Fight Bad Practices Affecting Businesses Of Expats In Ghana

Ghana's President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said, he will soon inaugurate a five-member governing board of the Ghana International Trade Commission (GITC) that...

SMEs Growth Hindered By Poor Research

Dr Christopher Mensah, Senior Lecturer, Department of Hospitality and Tourism, Ho Technical University has identified lack of research as a major challenge affecting the...

Absence of Science Laboratory Affecting Studies at Begoro SHS

Students of the Begoro Presbyterian Senior High School and other schools in the catchment area have been without a functional science laboratory since 2011,...

Language Barrier Is Affecting Our Students In The Upper West Region – Teachers

The Teachers in the Upper West Region are facing a lot of difficulties concerning language barrier and they deem the situation as the worst...

West Blue, GCNet Confusion Slows Revenue Collection at Tema Port – GIFF

Freight Forwarders in the country have blamed the duplication of works at the Tema Port on the activities of West Blue Consulting and GCNet...

Bolga Hospital Deeply Affected By Water Rationing

Management of the Bolgatanga Regional Hospital in the Upper East Region, have disclosed that, the recent water rationing by the Ghana Water company Limited,...

My Future Will Not Affect Players – Arsene Wenger

file photo Arsene Wenger says the uncertainty over his future is not affecting his Arsenal players, but admits their 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace is...

ECG’s Operations in Eastern Region Hampered By Galamsey

The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has disclosed that the destructive activities of illegal miners are affecting its operation in some parts of the...

Atmospheric dryness, more than precipitation, found affecting U.S. grassland

Based on 33 years of remote sensing data, researchers at two U.S. universities have found that grasslands in the country are more than three...

Gov’t Heavily Burdened By Inaccurate Data from BoG, Finance Ministry

Senior Minister Nominee, Yaw Osafo-Maafo has disclosed that the lack of accurate data on Ghana’s debt has made it difficult for the NPP government...

DVLA says ban on motorists is taking a toll on their operations

The Upper East Regional Branch of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA), has disclosed that, the withdrawal of police to conduct checks on...

School Of Social Works Appeals For Aid

The school with two buildings is facing huge infrastructure deficit and is seeking government intervention to help reverse the situation. In an interview with the...

Over 4,500 jobs lost in mining firms in Mozambique

Maria Jose, the administrator of Moatize district where most companies exploring coal are based, said the majority of laid-offs are from the Indian company,...
Nana Oye Lithur, Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection

Government Poised To Address Emerging Gender Related Issues

GThe Minister for Gender ,Children and Social Protection Hon. Nana Oye Lithur , made this pronouncement during the 5th National Reproductive Dialogue which was...

Produce schedule for Dumsor – ACEP charges ECG

Several parts of Accra have witnessed power outages lately with some lasting between four and five hours. Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Power on Tuesday said...

Women and children are most affected by health care imbalances

Dr. Doe made the statement when speaking on the topic “Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health in the Africa...
Photo taken on April 10, 2015 shows a general view of the Kabul city in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

Civilians endured more from Afghanistan conflict

The 2016 Humanitarian Needs Overview indicates that some 8.1 million people need humanitarian assistance, but this figure is expected to increase to at least...

Increasing crocodile attacks affecting locals in S. Tanzania

An increase of the number of crocodiles in Ruvuma River as well as crocodile attacks has forced Henjewele to leave fishing. ...

Spain in crisis due to bad weather which has claimed two lives

The two people who have died as a result of the weather are a three-year-old, who was killed when part of a wall fell...

Single Parenting Affecting Progress Of Education – Educationist

Miss Harriet Agyei, Head teacher of the Akyem-Adukrom M/A Basic School in the East Akyem District, said single parenting had become a major challenge...