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Education World Vision

World Vision Ghana provides a modern Kindergarten facility for Akoradarko community

World Vision Ghana has built a three-unit Kindergarten block with auxiliary facilities to Akoradarko, a farming community in the Fanteakwa North District in the...
Social Drivers Demonstration

Commercial drivers seek Ashaiman NPP Parliamentary candidate’s help

Ashaiman commercial drivers have thronged the residence of Alhaji Labaran Yakubu, New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Ashaiman, seeking his intervention in...
Newmont Trainees Donate Ppes To Health Facilities In Ahafo

Newmont trainees donate PPEs to health facilities in Ahafo

The Trainees of the Newmont Goldcorp Ahafo Mine’s Apprenticeship Training Programme on Wednesday presented Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth GHC 12,000 to health facilities...

Protests over George Floyd’s death turn violent in Minneapolis, spread to other U.S. cities

In the wake of the death of George Floyd in police custody, protests have continued after turning violent on Wednesday night with fires burning...
Rwandan Top Genocide Fugitive Gets Life Sentence

Rwandan top genocide fugitive gets life sentence

A Rwandan man who is among top genocide perpetrators was Thursday sentenced to life in prison by the High Court Chamber of International...
Minneapolis Third Precinct Attacked By Demonstrators Protesting The Police Killing Of George Floyd

Unrest Continues in Response to Racist Killings in the United States

Two consecutive days of unrest in Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Memphis and other cities demand an end to racist police and mob killings of African...

Senegal extends closure of air borders until June 30

Senegalese government announced Thursday that the country's air borders would be closed until June 30. On a message posted on social media,...

Zimbabwe central bank imposes temporary limits on instant inter-bank transactions

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has directed all banks to temporarily lower daily and monthly instant inter-bank transactions in a bid to bring...

Mozambique reports 2nd COVID-19 death as total number rises to 233

Mozambique has recorded the second death case of COVID-19, six new cases and another 11 recoveries in the last 24 hours, the country's...

Officials call on Africa continent to support A strategy to fight against COVID-19

Officials on Thursday called on the Africa continent to follow the strategy and guidance from the African Union(AU)and other professional organizations to fight against...
foreign investment

Zambian entrepreneurs stress importance of foreign investments

Zambian entrepreneurs hailed the role played by foreign investments in the country, urging the government to better protect them. Business entrepreneurs in...

Rwanda, DRC to enhance cross-border cooperation on fight against COVID-19

Rwandan ministers of health, trade and local government and their counterparts from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) met on Thursday in Rwanda's...

Chinese help to boost Zambia’s development

Zambia's strategic plan to transform the Copperbelt province needs the expertise of the Chinese experts to be part of the development agenda, a senior...
FILE PHOTO: Men walk past electricity pylons as they return from work in Orlando, Soweto township, South Africa March 18, 2019. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko/File Photo

Electrification project to benefit 1,000 Namibian households in informal settlements

Namibia is set to electrify peri urban areas as a way to make electricity available in informal settlements, the Namibia Power Corporation (NamPower) said...

Gospel musician Danso readies “Jehovah” remix June 1

Budding gospel artiste Michael Danso, is set to release a soul-inspiring remix version of his career debut single "Jehovah" on Monday, June 1, 2020. ...
Education President Charter

President presents charters to two universities

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Thursday presented presidential charters to the Pentecost University College, Accra, and All Nations University College, Koforidua. The Charter grants the...
Barbara Oteng Gyasi

Ghana initiates “Decade of African Renaissance 2020-2030”

Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Barbara Oteng-Gyasi, on Thursday, announced in Accra that a 10 –year programme, called the “Decade of African Renaissance 2020-2030”...

Mali COVID-19 cases reach 1,194 as 78 more recorded

Mali's health authorities said the country recorded 78 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, bringing the total number to 1,194 in the...
Cyril Ramaphosa

South Africa supports AU’s call for two-year debt standstill

South Africa supports the call of the African Union (AU) for a two-year debt standstill for countries unable to service their debts, President Cyril...

Ethiopia records highest daily increase as 100 new COVID-19 cases confirmed

Ethiopia's confirmed COVID-19 cases reached 831 after 100 more cases were confirmed, the Ethiopian Ministry of Health said in a statement on Thursday. ...

Senegal reports 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, total reaching 3,348

Senegalese Ministry of Health and Social Action reported on Thursday 95 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases registered in...
Ethiopia China Anti Covid Cooperation

Ethiopia-China anti-COVID-19 cooperation bearing positive results

The cooperation between Ethiopia and China to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the African continent is bearing positive results, an Ethiopian official said...
Nigerian Soldiers

Nigerian military kills 599 Boko Haram militants, gunmen in operations

A total of 599 Boko Haram militants and members of other criminal gangs were killed across the northern region of Nigeria during various operations...
About Killed In Attacks By Gunmen In Nw Nigeria

About 70 killed in attacks by gunmen in NW Nigeria

About 70 bodies were prepared for mass burial on Thursday following a string of attacks by gunmen in Nigeria's northwest region, according to multiple...

China’s top legislature holds closing meeting of annual session

China's top legislature, the National People's Congress (NPC), on Thursday held the closing meeting of its annual session. Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders attended...
Ec Boss Sam George

Sam George Application against EC struck out

A Tema High Court has struck out an application by Sam George, Member of Parliament (MP) of Ningo-Prampram, that sought to restrain the Electoral...
Health Covid Drivers New

Tema Station drivers express opinions on the need to ease of restrictions

Some Ghanaians have expressed their opinions on the need to ease some of the restrictions on COVID-19 protocols by the government. A survey by the...
Basic Needs Supports Persons With Mental Illness

Basic Needs supports persons with mental illness

Basic Needs Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has presented cash grants and equipment valued GHC 59,900 to 78 vulnerable people of the Basic Needs...
Parents Urged To Show Concern Towards Adolescent Needs

Parents urged to show concern towards adolescent needs

Mrs Mercy Acquah-Hayford, Country Coordinator of Inerela+ Ghana, a nongovernmental organisation (NGO), has appealed to parents especially mothers, to show concern towards the adolescent...
Dr Ruth Owusu Antwi Head Of The Unit

Covid-19: mental illness on the rise in Kumasi

Anxiety over the outbreak of COVID-19 - the fear of catching the virus combined with depression caused by the collapse of businesses, has led...