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State Owned Enterprises (SOEs)

Stakeholders in Zambia call for evaluation of privatization program

Stakeholders in Zambia on Tuesday called for the evaluation of the privatization of state-owned enterprises as they feel the country got a raw deal. ...
Rosewood Call

CSOs urge government to enforce ban on rosewood trade

Government has been called upon to commit to the enforcement of the ban on illegal rosewood trade as well as outlaw the issuance of...
A worker stabilizes a cylinder-shaped steel tube for bridge pier construction at a bridge construction site in Taizhou city, east China’s Zhejiang province, March 19, 2020. Jiang Youqing, People’s Daily Online

Evaluation of China’s development calls for dialectical, long-term perspective

Currently, China is making progress in preventing and controlling the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic and speeding up restoring the order of production and life....

CSOs Equipped to Respond to Cyber Security Threats

Civil society organizations (CSOs) across West Africa are showing innovation by using technology to advance their work. In fact, technology allows CSOs to communicate...

Information Ministry sensitises staff of MDAs on RTI law

The Ministry of Information (MoI) has begun sensitisation exercises on the Right to Information Act (RTI) for the management and staff of the various...
food aid

Scaling-up Evergreen Agriculture Project kicks off

A new Food Security and Climate Change Project, dubbed, “Scaling-up Evergreen Agriculture Project” is to kick start in the Bawku West, Garu and Mion...
Gross domestic product

Jomoro Rural Bank post impressive performance

The Jomoro Rural Bank Limted at Tikobo Number One in the Western Region posted an impressive operational performance in the 2016 fiscal year with...

GIMPA Host Harmattan School

A two-week training programme for stakeholders engaged in Monitoring and Evaluation is underway in Accra to shape their skills and knowledge for enhanced performance. The...

Skewed Job Opportunities Contribute To Low Admission

Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye, Vice Chancellor of the University for Development (UDS) has stated that the low admission rates to other science related courses...

Dr Owu-Ewie Suggests Language Policy for Lower Primary

language specialist has called for effective planning, monitoring and evaluation to fashion out a language policy which is anchored on the use of mother...

Ghana Gov’t Not Ready To Tolerate Non-Performance By Public Institutions

Government will not tolerate the non-performance of Chief Directors of the various Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Mrs Frema Opare, the Chief of Staff, said...
EC Logo

EC strikes out tendering process for election results management system

A statement issued in Accra by Mr Eric Kofi Dzakpasu, the Head of Communications at the Commission, said the tenderers were not able to...

Government To Intervene In War Between Cement Producers, Importers

He said the exercise, with references to price build-ups in other countries, should enable the Ministry pronounce appropriately on the issue. Dr Spio-Garbrah said this...
Nana Oye Lithur, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection

Ministry Lauds Media Efforts For Supporting It Achieve Its Mandate

“The media provided the Gender Ministry the necessary feedback mechanism, that gave us a bigger platform to reach out to the larger Ghanaian community,...
Foods and Drugs Authority

Media asked to champion fight against unwholesome goods

He therefore called on the media to champion the fight against it. He said the media could be very instrumental in educating the public on...

ECOWAS Sahel strategy meet in Abuja

The Sahel strategy aims among others, to consolidate regional responses to long-term development and stability challenges of Sahel-Saharan zone while promoting strong political dialogue...

CHRAJ outline moves to tighten fight against corruption

The commission said it would introduce accountability and transparency strategies in public, private and non-for profit institutions. Mr Richard A. Quayson, Acting CHRAJ Commissioner who...
Mr Dogbega, Founder and Chairman of Berock Ventures Limited

Many businesses collapse because of indiscipline – expert

He said many promising businesses collapsed because of the lack of one form of restraint or the other. Mr Dogbega, Founder and Chairman of Berock...

Togo begins evaluation of public finance expenditure under PEFA framework

The source said the program is aimed at ensuring public funds are used in a way that will enable Togo achieve its vision of...

Gender Ministry on poverty reduction campaign

This rather ambitious target is contained in the final draft of the National Social Protection Policy which will soon be presented to Cabinet for...
Nana Oye Lithur

Ghana’s performance on Social Protection Delivery encouraging?

Recent assessment of social protection in Ghana indicates that there is considerable national commitment and potential for successful interventions. This...

Tourism Authority retrieves GH?140,000 from defaulters

Mr. Abraham Tetteh, Administrator of the Tourism Development Fund, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in Kumasi that, it would go to every length...
Nana Oye Lithur at UN with German Chancellor

Ghana’s social protection aims to achieve SDG

2016 would be the first HLPF full fledge session to effectively deliver on its mandate to provide political leadership, guidance and recommendations on the...
graduate unemployment

Create more jobs to tackle poverty in Nigeria

Job Creation is the notion that jobs are created in response to some sort of event or situation, for example; great depression - an...
South African President Jacob Zuma listens to a question raised by a journalist during a media briefing after his meeting with leaders of organizations representing foreigners in Pretoria, South Africa, on April 24, 2015. South African President Jacob Zuma on Friday met with leaders of organizations representing foreigners, assuring them of maximum protection. (Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)

South Africa averts potential strike – parliament

Thanks to the signing of a wage agreement by unions and the state, South Africa averts a potentially crippling strike, parliament said on Wednesday....

US extends $50 million to Rwanda’s feeder roads rehabilitation

The United States government Monday signed a financial agreement with the World Bank under which it will channel a grant of 50 million U.S....

SEND-Ghana sensitize Tamale people on NHIS capitation policy

SEND-Ghana in collaboration with the National Health Insurance Authority on Thursday organized a regional sensitization forum on the National Health Insurance Scheme's (NHIS) capitation...

NGO provides safe drinking water for communities in Tamale

Integrated Action for Community Development (INTAGRAD), an NGO, has inaugurated a community water project to provide safe drinking water for the residents of Kuenyevilla,...
Zambian President Edgar Lungu

Zambian President For Medical Checks In South Africa

Zambian President Edgar Lungu said on Tuesday that he will travel to South Africa for an evaluation over his health condition. The Zambian president told...
Energy minister Eng. Irene Muloni: ?We are very keen because we want the least cost option?

Firms to go through proper assessment for contracts

Several international firms from outside Africa have submitted bids to build the energy product pipeline from Hoima district, where the oil refinery is to...