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Bui Dam fisher folks defy COVID-19 safety protocols

Fisher folks around the Bui Dam are defying the COVID-19 safety protocols, particularly the directive on social distancing and wearing of face mask as...
Dr Hafiz Bin Salih

Fertilizer smuggling is gaining national attention – UWR Minister

Dr Hafiz Bin Salih, the Upper West Regional Minister, has bemoaned the rampant illicit smuggling of subsidized fertilizers meant for the Planting for Food...
Covid Positive

Nigerian scientists develop indigenous rapid testing kits for COVID-19

An indigenous rapid testing kit for COVID-19 have been developed by Nigerian scientists for the identification of SARS-Cov-2, which causes COVID-19, Minister of Science...
Covid Re Testing

Nigeria’s economic hub to honor frontline health workers with trees planting

Authorities in Lagos, Nigeria's economic hub, have announced that 500,000 trees will be planted in the state to honor the frontline healthcare professionals on...

Nigeria confirms suspension of anti-graft chief amid corruption probe

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the immediate suspension of Ibrahim Magu as acting chairman of the nation's anti-graft body, said Minister of Justice...
Mapping Africa

Africa needs new infrastructure models to meet growing population needs

A new report launched here has urged Africa with its development partners to design new business models for infrastructure development to meet the needs...
Mubarak Wakaso

Top Ghanaian football star leaves to compete in Chinese Super League amid border closure

The Ghanaian government has granted special dispensation to Black Stars midfielder Mubarak Wakasu to fly out of the country to play in...
Minister Of Education

Majority of employees at Ghana’s education ministry infected with COVID-19

About 90 percent of employees at the head office of Ghana's Ministry of Education had tested positive for COVID-19, the Minister for Education Matthew...
Kumasi Metropolitan

KMA to set up two sanitation courts

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) is to set up two sanitation courts to deal with waste management and sanitary-related offences. Mr. Osei Asibey-Antwi, the Metropolitan...
Ghana police

Be professional not partisan – Police told

The Director General of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service, Commissioner of Police (COP), Mr Isaac Ken Yeboah, Friday charged...
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Cultivate and consume vegetables to help boost your immune systems – NCCE

Residents of Sissala East Municipality in the Upper West Region have been advised to take advantage of the many dams, streams, and valleys to...
Actuate Project

HATOF Foundation and partners roll-out project to support waste management

A private-public partnership project, called “Accelerating the Adoption of Circular Sanitation Demonstration Systems for Improved Health Outcomes (ACTUATE), has been launched in Accra to...

Minority urges military, Police to secure borders

The Minority Caucus in Parliament has called on the Ghana Armed Forces and the Ghana Police Service to stay neutral as state institutions and...
Voters Registration

Ahanta West registers over 1,400 for first phase of voter registration

The Ahanta West Constituency recorded 1,458 registrants made up of 582 male and 828 females at the end of the first phase of the...
Nigerian Card

Aflao Immigration busts Nigerian with new voters card

Emmanuel Philip, a Nigerian has been arrested by the Aflao Sector Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) with the new voters’ identification card. According...

GEPA supports Women’s Group to increase Shea butter production

The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) has procured and presented 1,260 protective working clothing to a women’s group in the Bongo District of the...
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Trader jailed three years for child stealing

An Accra Circuit court has sentenced a 22 year old trader to three years imprisonment in hard labour for stealing her colleague's five...

Manso-Nkwanta Traditional Council to resist mining at Oda Forest

The Manso-Nkwata Traditional Council has vowed to resist any attempt by people to mine in the Oda Forest Reserve at Aboaboaso in the Amansie...
Voter Registration

Over 400 applicants challenged in first phase of registration in C/R

A total of 401 out of the 202,206 registrants in the Central Region have had their registration challenged during the first phase of...

Voter registration smoothly underway in 2nd cycle schools in UE

The new voter registration exercise by the Electoral Commission (EC) has begun smoothly in second cycle schools and other institutions in the Bolgatanga Municipality...

Stigmatisation is militating against COVID-19 prevention – NCCE Bono Deputy Director

Mr Peter Kwabena Gyasi, the Bono Deputy Regional Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has observed stigmatisation is negatively impacting on...
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Driver grabbed for allegedly defrauding Auditor

A 38-year-old driver accused of defrauding an Auditor of GHC 82,000 under the pretext of selling to him a Toyota Highlander has appeared before...
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Be responsible in your actions-Right Rev. Brew Riverson tells Ghanaians

Ghanaians have been urged to be responsible and show high levels of integrity in the run-up to the December general elections. ...

SSNIT asked to pay the right past credits to retirees

Four occupational pension schemes have jointly called on government to ensure that the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) paid the “right amount”...

Communication Information Centres taking education to the poor

The COVID-19 pandemic, indeed, has changed the way of life of all and sundry since the outbreak at the Wuhan Province in China last...

Parliament to debate proposal for enactment of Private Members’ Bill

Parliament will on Thursday, July 16, kick-start discussions on whether the House should allow members to privately sponsor bills to the House. ...
Medass Old Students Association

Medass Old Students Association donates to alma mater

Old students of the Tema Methodist Day Senior High School (Medass) have presented assorted items to their alma mater to help protect staff and...
students of St Martin’s Senior High School

Establish more universities to absorb SHS students

Mr Daniel Dotse, the Chief Executive Officer, Lead for Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization in education, has called on government to establish more public universities...

GII outdoors “Eye on Corruption” platform

The Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), the local chapter of Transparency International, has launched an anti-corruption software application, dubbed: “Eye on Corruption” platform for citizens...
Vish Ashiagbor

Vish Ashiagbor testifies in Capital Bank trial

Prosecution in the trial involving William Ato Essien, Founder of the defunct Capital Bank, has presented Mr Vish Ashiagbor, a Chartered Accountant and the...