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Committee slam budget for sports development

Mr. Kobena Mensah Woyome, a ranking member on Youth, Sports and Culture committee in parliament, has slammed government on the 2018 budget for sports...

Ghana Gov’t Purses Renewable Energy Projects

A total of 1,796 communities would be connected to the national grid, next year; while the Government pursues major renewable and alternative energy projects...

Ghana Gov’t To Outdoor Code Of Practice For Small-Scale Miners

Government has compiled a register of licensed small-scale miners with a view of regularising their operations and ensuring compliance with mining and environmental requirements. Presenting...
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Ghana To Increase Cocoa Processing Locally

Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, the Minister of Finance, has said as part of government’s strategy to promote industrialization, it would modify the incentives to cocoa...
Port workers inspect one of the three locomotives as they were being off-loaded from the BBC Oder at the Port of Mombasa. The locomotives are expected to help Rift Valley Railways boost efficiency. Photo: Gideon Maundu/Standard

Timber Market Operators Engaged Over Railway Expansion

Mr. Kwaku Agyenim Boateng, Deputy Minister for Railways Development has met the timber market operators in Ashaiman to dialogue over expansion of railway lines. The...

Gov’t Assures Ghanaians Of Equal Opportunities

Mr Ken Ofori-Atta, the Minister of Finance, on Wednesday, presented the 2018 Budget and Economic Policy Statement of the Government to Parliament with the...

Ghanaian Officials Share National Agenda With Partners In London

A team of Senior Government Officials, led by the Vice President, are meeting partners in London, Washington D.C and New York to share the...
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Ken Ofori-Atta’s Demeanor Is Hope For Ghana’s Economy

Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, Monday assumed office as the Finance Minister, with a pledge to grow Ghana’s economy for the prosperity and well-being of the...

A coup in NPP?

Indeed, some have chalked this rift as having significantly contributed to the electoral success of President Hilla (Babini) Limann, the candidate for the Nkrumah-leaning...