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People holding anti-xenophobia placard take part in the People's March Against Xenophobia in Johannesburg Town, South Africa, on Apr. 23, 2015. Thousands of South Africans and foreigners took part in the peace march in Johannesburg on Thursday, calling for an end to xenophobia violence. (Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)

Hundreds in Mozambique march against xenophobia in South Africa

Hundreds of Mozambican citizens marched on Saturday in the capital Maputo in protest of the recent wave of xenophobic violence in South Africa. ...

Kenyan agro-firms adopt data technologies to mitigate climate risks

At Magana Flowers in Kikuyu, North West of Kenya's capital Nairobi, hundreds of flowers, mainly roses, thrive inside huge greenhouses and in the open...
African Union headquarters

AU urges strategic partnership to promote culture of peace in Africa

The African Union (AU) on Saturday urged African countries and pan African institutions to exert concerted efforts in promoting strategic partnerships as a key...

Chinese products catapult Namibian youth into business

For years, Aina Ndina, a 27-year-old Namibian youth had struggled to find a job. After unsuccessful efforts to secure a permanent job,...
An oil tanker off-loading crude oil at the KPA’s Kipevu oil terminal in Mombasa. FILE PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Chinese firm to complete dredging of Kenya’s oil port terminal by end of 2019

China Communication Construction Company is expected to complete the dredging works of Kenya's Kipevu oil terminal located at the port of Mombasa by end...
matriculation industry

Tertiary institutions and industries called to bridge gap through dialogue

Managements of tertiary institutions and industries have been advised to establish a dialogue that will enable them develop programmes relevant for the job market. Mr...

Institute of Development and Technology Management students visit Tema port

The Institute of Development and Technology Management (IDTM), a registered institution based in Cape Coast, on Friday embarked on an educational trip to the...
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo

Use education as the key for your development, President Akufo-Addo urges African leaders

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has called on African countries to use education as the key for their development. He said African countries must run...
Training Participants

Government collaborates with Canada to train Ghanaian welders

The Petroleum Commission has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology to train five Ghanaian welders to become internationally...
Packaging Pollution

Let’s Do It Ghana to sensitise businesses on packaging, pollution

Mrs Kate Opoku, the Country Leader of “Let’s Do It Ghana”, a civic movement, has said as part of activities to reduce land, water...
ngo donation

NGO donates to two communities in Akwapem South District

The Joy Train, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), has donated assorted items to the Agyanua-Akwapim and Mariakrom communities in the Akwapem South District in the...
teenage pregnancy

Gender Department scales up efforts to address teenage pregnancy in Elmina

The Central Regional Department of Gender on Wednesday organised a community documentary road show in Elmina to educate guardians, parents and community members on...
“Go Girl” Insurance Policy

Quality Insurance Company launches “Go Girl” Insurance Policy

The Quality Insurance Company Limited (QIC) has launched an enhanced comprehensive motor insurance product dubbed “Go Girl” Policy exclusively for women in the society. The...
Mr Kofi Nti

GRA Commissioner-General retires, two new board members sworn-in

Mr Kofi Nti, the Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority, will retire from the organisation, effective October 1, 2019. In his place, Mr Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah,...

StarTimes pledges to support agriculture transformation in Africa

African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), a forum for African agriculture, has brought together stakeholders in the agriculture sector to deliberate on policies to help...
Workers Licensing

License for social work practice is needed- Association of Social Workers

Mr Alexis Dery, Vice-President of the Ghana Association of Social Workers, has said there is the need to license the social work practitioners in...
Safety LPG

Let’s uphold safety of LPG in new policy

Dr Archibald Y. Letsa, Volta Regional Minister, has called on the public uphold the safety rules in dealing with gas and petroleum products. He said...
Tumu Road

All roads will be made motorable – Professor Adei

Government is making efforts to ensure that all roads in the country are motorable, Professor Stephen Adei, Chairman, National Development Planning Commission, has said. He...
Corruption Campaign

Corruption can destroy all our efforts – Kpodo

The public has been urged to join the fight against corruption to help save the nation from collapsing under its weight. Mr Israel Kpodo, Ho...
NDC Zongo

NDC Volta inaugurates Zongo Caucus working committee

The Volta Regional Secretariat of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has inaugurated its regional zongo caucus working committee ahead of the 2020 general elections. Mr...

All set for GFA Elections on October 25

The Normalisation Committee (NC) of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on Friday, September 20 closed nominations for aspirants who want to contest for various...
TAMASCO Dormitory

MTN begins construction of 600-bed girls’ dormitory for TAMASCO

Construction work has begun on a 600-bed girls’ dormitory and a housemistress’ bungalow for the Tamale Senior High School (TAMASCO) to provide a healthy...
Wpid Fibre Optics

MTN to sue perpetrators of fibre cuts

Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN Ghana) has served notice that it will soon begin to initiate legal processes to claim civil damages from persons and...
GJA Patron

Upper East GJA extends invitation to Tongraan to be its patron

The Upper East Region branch of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has paid a courtesy call on the Paramount Chief of the Talensi Traditional...
Tumu Road

Parts of Tumu–Bolga trunk road washed away by flood

Hundreds of passengers and farmers travelling along Tumu-Navrongo-Bolga Highway have been left stranded in Dimajang, ten kilometres from Tumu in the Sissala East Municipal,...

13 medical practitioners to participate in CAF’s MRI course

Thirteen medical practitioners drawn from the six Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) Zones will participate in a two-day Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) course, aimed...
World Clean-up Day

Government urges public to demonstrate commitment towards World Clean-up Day

The Ministry of Sanitation, Water and Resources has called on the public to demonstrate their commitment to the goal and vision to make the...
Award Ceremony

Minister of Interior honors retirees

Mr Ambrose Dery, the Minister of Interior, on Friday honored six retired staff of the Ministry for their immense contribution to national development. The retirees...

Jack Ma and his coming retirement

Jack Ma said he would rather die on the beach than in his executive office at Alibaba, so he chose to retire as the...

Mozambique state budget deficit at US$77 billion

The Mozambican government announced Thursday that it has a deficit of 77 billion U.S. dollars for the state budget as the international partners continued...