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Date Palm fruits purchase surges as Muslims observe Ramadan fasting

Petty grocers in Accra are raking in profits lately due to the surge in the purchase of Date Palm fruit. Most Muslims eat the fruit...

Ledzokuku MP donates 2000 street lights to light up constituency

Mr Benjamin Ayiku Narteh, the Member of Parliament for Ledzokuku Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, has donated 2000 street lights to the 12...
Veep Bawumia

Dr Bawumia has proven his critics wrong – Ama Busia

Madam Ama Busia, a founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), says Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia's competence and exceptional performance in complementing President...

Ghana among countries of relative peace in Africa – Youssef Mahmoud

Ghana is among a few countries in Africa that are “relative oases of peace despite internal vulnerabilities and external pressure”, according to Youssef Mahmoud...
Coach Frank Sam

2020/21 WPL: “Winning the title is out of reach”- Police Ladies’ Coach

Frank Sam, the Head Coach of Police Ladies FC has admitted that clinching the 2020/2021 Women’s Premier League (WPL) is out of reach for...

Police Ladies FC labours to pick a point against Sea Lions at home

Police Ladies FC laboured to rally from behind to pick a point in a 2-2 drawn match against Sea Lions in match-day nine of...
Ghana Health Services (GHS)

Tema GHS to mark Child Health Promotion Week

The Tema Metro Health Directorate of Health has outlined activities to mark the 2021 Child Health Promotion Week, to be climax with a durbar...

PUCG matriculates fresh undergraduate students

The Presbyterian University College, Ghana (PUCG) has held a matriculation service for 742 new students admitted to pursue various undergraduate programme for the 2020/2021...
Fire Outbreak

Fire burns down Asante-Mampong College of Education administrative block

A blazing fire has burnt down the first floor of the administration block of the Asante Mampong Technical College of Education, destroying property worth...

Clergyman urges Ghanaians to show love towards one another

The Reverend Dr Robert Ampiah-Kwofie, Presiding Bishop of the Global Revival Ministries, has called on Ghanaians to demonstrate their love and compassion towards one...
Hollard Life

Hollard Life launches MeBanb micro-insurance product

Hollard Life Assurance, a subsidiary of Hollard Ghana, has partnered with Cassava Fintech International and Vodafone, to launch a micro-insurance product to provide funeral...

Ghana to attract Swiss investors through bilateral relations

Ghana will leverage on its strong bilateral relations with Switzerland to attract Swiss investors for the pharmaceutical industry. It is also working to make Switzerland...
Operational Standard

CISCM commends Tema Tank Farm Limited

The Chartered Institute of Supply Chain Management (CISCM) – Ghana has commended Tema Tank Farm Limited, a petroleum storage management company, for upholding quality...
SMEs Market

German Development Cooperation, partners train Ghanaian SMEs for International markets

The German Development Cooperation in partnership with COGNOS International, has commenced a 10-day training programme for 60 Ghanaian-owned Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to...
Covid-19 Vaccine

COVID-19: Public will receive second dose at the recommended time – GHS

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) says persons who have received their first jab of Covishield, the Oxford AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, will still receive their...

ADR is not partial-Panelists

Two panel members of the Nsawam District court Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Mr Eddie Owusu Afram and Mr Mark Anderson have disabused the minds...
Nii Tetteh Otu II

Industries are killing water bodies in Greater Accra – Nii Tetteh Otu

Nii Tetteh Otu II, Paramount Chief of Kpone Traditional Area has bemoaned the extent of pollution in water bodies in the Greater Accra Region...
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said the Biden administration is committed to raising the U.S. refugee cap. (OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

Top Biden officials say US to welcome more refugees

The US will start welcoming more refugees — but just not yet, top Biden administration officials said in a concerted message campaign on Sunday...
Photo taken on April 18, 2021 shows volcanic materials spewing from Mount Merapi as seen in Purwobinangun of Sleman district, Yogyakarta. Indonesia. - Xnhua

Indonesia’s Merapi spews fiery lava 16 times in new activity

Mount Merapi on Indonesia's Java island erupted early Monday, spewing fiery lava 16 times, the country's volcanology agency said. The lava travelled up to 1,500...
Eleven miners were trapped in the El Bosque gold mine after heavy rains caused flooding.

Eleven bodies recovered after illegal mine collapse in Colombia

Eleven bodies were recovered almost a month after an illegal mine in north-western Colombia collapsed, authorities said on Sunday. "The dedication ... of the more...

Thirteen drown as vehicle plunges into canal in Philippines

Thirteen people drowned when a sports utility vehicle they were riding in fell into an irrigation canal in the northern Philippines, police said Monday. Two...
Key Borisgov

Boris Johnson condemns ‘very damaging’ European Super League

Football clubs who have agreed to join a European Super League "must answer to their fans" before going ahead with the "very damaging" change,...
Spanish Football

Twelve top European football clubs agree to found new Super League

Twelve top European football clubs have agreed to found a Super League as soon as possible, the clubs announced in a joint statement. The founding...
Iraqi forces

Rocket attack on Iraq airbase hosting US military injures 2 Iraqis

Several rockets hit an Iraqi airbase, hosting US forces on Sunday, injuring two Iraqi guards, the military said. Five rockets struck Balad airbase, north of...
FILE PHOTO: A general view of a fire ravaging the slopes of Table Mountain and Signal Hill in gale force winds in Cape Town, South Africa. /Getty Images

High winds add to problems as South Africa fights Cape Town blaze

Cape Town authorities said on Monday that they have arrested a man believed to be responsible for starting a blaze that has torn through...
domestic air travel

Quarantine-free travel kicks off between Australia and New Zealand

New Zealand and Australia kicked off quarantine-free travel between the two countries on Monday for the first time in more than a year. The "trans-Tasman...
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German cities hit harder in coronavirus pandemic

Cities are suffering particularly badly from the coronavirus crisis when it comes to their finances, a leading German research institute said on Monday. Urban areas...
India Flag

Health systems overburdened as India sees yet another virus record

India registered 273,810 fresh coronavirus infections and 1,619 death on Monday, a new daily record amid a second wave of the pandemic overburdening health...
money laundering

Money-laundering probe at ABN Amro prompts Danish bank head to resign

The director of the Danish financial institution Danske Bank, Chris Vogelzang, has resigned, the bank's board of directors announced in a stock exchange release...
Commission Sensitization

‘Let’s not lose our guard on covid-19’ – NCCE cautions public

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has called on all Ghanaians, including those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, to continue to observe...