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Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang John Mahama

Do not forget us when you recapture power-Chiefs

Chiefs from the four Traditional Areas in the Ketu North Municipality have asked the National Democratic Congress (NDC) not to neglect the Municipality and...
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

UG, KNUST to participate in science, technology research initiative

The University of Ghana and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology have been named as two host institutions and research bodies to...
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Western North Regional Police Command trains Journalists on crime reporting

The Western North Regional Police command has organized a day's training on crime reporting and crime scenes management for Media practitioners in the...
Election in Ghana

Ghana can’t have peaceful elections when citizens’ actions go contrary – EC

Ghana cannot have peaceful elections when citizens’ actions and inactions go contrary, Mr George Kwame Amoah, the Greater Accra Regional Director of the Electoral...

How long can you be around someone with coronavirus? It’s complicated

How long does it take to get the coronavirus if you're around someone who's infected? Unfortunately, there's no magic number of minutes. The Centers for...

Ivory Coast to elect president amidst fears of boycott and unrest

Ivory Coast was set to elect a president on Saturday in a poll feared to cause unrest and threaten political stability. More than 20 people...
Court Of Arbitration Of Sport

Russia’s fate at Tokyo Games, other events, to be decided at CAS

Russia's fate at the Tokyo Olympics and other big events is at stake when a four-day hearing opens on Monday at the Court of...
Jacinda Ardern

Ardern makes deal with Green Party to form New Zealand government

Despite having the numbers to govern alone, New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern has opted to make a deal with the Green Party to form the...
Court Of Arbitration Of Sport

CAS confirms sanctions against Zubkov, other Russians

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said on Friday it has turned down appeals from four Russians against sanctions by the ruling bobsleigh...
Boris Johnson

Britain’s Johnson expected to announce England-wide lockdown

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson is considering new nationwide lockdown restrictions for England, local media reported late Friday. Johnson has come under increasing pressure from...

Despite infection records, Madrid rules out a new total lockdown

Despite new infection records, Spain wants to contain the coronavirus pandemic without a new lockdown, but rather with an extremely strict curfew. A total lockdown,...

Iceland to introduce stricter coronavirus measures

Iceland to introduce stricter coronavirus measures Stricter coronavirus measures are set to apply in Iceland from Saturday due to the increasing number of infections. The...
Covid Post X

India records over 48,000 virus cases as downward trend persists

India’s coronavirus tally crossed 8.1 million on Saturday with over 48,000 new cases being recorded in the last 24 hours, according to the latest...
A scinetist is doing research on a vaccine against COVID-19 in Shanghai. Photo:Yang Hui/Global Times

Australia to spend 500 million helping region get vaccines

Australia plans to spend 500 million Australian dollars (351 million US dollars) to secure coronavirus vaccines for its regional neighbours, the government said Saturday. Canberra...

Hard-hit Belgium imposes partial lockdown to tame new Covid-19 wave

The Belgian government is further tightening restrictions on public life, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced on Friday, as the second wave of new...

Germany counts another Covid record as country readies for shutdown

Germany counts another Covid record as country readies for shutdown Germany hit a record of 18,681 new coronavirus infections over a 24-hour period, the...
Science Workshop Csir

CSIR engages stakeholders on reuse of resources recovered from wastewater

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is spearheading a four-year partnership project, which seeks to achieve a wider uptake of water-smart solutions...
Mrs Adelaide Anno Kumi

Interior Ministry celebrates achievements of Chief Director

The Ministry of Interior has celebrated Mrs Adelaide Anno-Kumi, the Chief Director for the Ministry, for her immense contribution to national development. Mrs Anno-Kumi was...
Covid Support

COVID-19: Children Believe, ChildFund Korea support four districts

Some vulnerable groups, in selected slum areas in Accra, whose livelihoods were impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, have received food rations and cash transfers...
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Police arrest three suspects in Alabar robbery incident

The Ashanti regional police command has arrested three suspects in the robbery attacks that occurred at Alabar, a popular business hub in Kumasi on...

Cleaner gets eight years for defiling victim in public toilet

An Accra Circuit Court has jailed a 19-year-old cleaner for eight years for defiling a 12-year-old minor in a public toilet at La, an...

Disabled persons suffer labor discrimination in Ghana

A member of the disability community in Ghana has told Xinhua that one of the challenges the fraternity faced in the country was discrimination...

Lionel Messi comes back to Argentina squad after ban

Lionel Messi has been recalled to Argentina's squad for upcoming friendlies against Brazil and Uruguay after serving a three-month international ban, the Argentine Football...
Standard Bank

Standard Bank to link African clients with Chinese opportunities at CIIE

The Standard Bank will host over 90 clients from six African countries at the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) and link them with...

South African parliament calls for transforming tourism industry

South Africa's Parliament on Thursday called for the transformation of the tourism industry so as to allow more black ownership. The...
world refugee day

UNHCR urges resolution to refugee protests in South Africa

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Thursday called for a speedy resolution to prolonged protests by refugees in South Africa. ...

Chinese technology boosts e-agribusiness in Togo

For having passed his certification for agricultural drone pilot in China, a Togolese who is passionate about e-business and drone sees broadened horizons. ...
Southern African Development Community (SADC)

SADC’s business council chairman charged in Tanzanian court over economic sabotage

The chairman of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Business Council, Salum Shamte, appeared in a Tanzanian court on Thursday charged with economic sabotage. ...
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Zambian president’s call for banning of public transport vehicles without seat belts hailed

Zambian President Edgar Lungu's directive to have public transport without seat belts removed from roads to safeguard passengers' lives was on Thursday hailed by...

Civil society groups demand cancellation of license in Zambia’s national park

A consortium of civil society organizations on Thursday appealed to the Zambia government to consider revoking a license granted to some Australian investors to...