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Raytheon's Buggy Anti Drone

Comparison of Anti Drone Systems: Which system to trust?

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With the democratization of drones came the need to develop technologies to counter them. However, the choice of antidrone technology to use in an...
Opendata

Data Scientist Finds Which failure could yield results

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Looking at the dynamics of failure in three different areas, science, entrepreneurship and terrorism, data scientists from Northwestern University (NU) and the University of...

Ghana Gov’t abolish 7.5% tax charged lotto operators

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Government has successfully abolished the 7.5 per cent tax on the 20 per cent commission being charged lotto operators under the National Lottery Authority...

Professor Ernest Aryeetey dismiss financial inducements assertions

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Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest Aryeetey, has dismissed reports of impropriety in a $64 million agreement the University signed with...

Convicted juveniles must be close to parents – Professor

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Professor Robin Walker Sterling, Law Consultant, University of Ghana, has underscore the need for the establishment of remand homes for juvenile offenders in all...
President Akufo-Addo welcomes President Macron

France, Ghana commit to eradicate terrorism and instability

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, have committed to collaborate more to eradicate the twin evils of terrorism and...

China ready to strengthen solidarity with Ghana

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China is ready to strengthen solidarity and coordination with Ghana and other developing countries, with an aim to building and growing mutually beneficial cooperation. “Whilst...

Government on course to achieving Free SHS Objectives

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Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, on Thursday said the Government has strictly followed the guidelines issued for the implementation of the...
Nurses

Ghana gov’t commended for addressing staffing gap in health sector

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The Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights (ARHR), an NGO, has suggested that allowances for nurse trainees should be only paid to those willing to...

Queen of Denmark counts her experience in Ghana as wonderful

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The Queen of Denmark, Margarethe II, after her three-day State Visit, said her experience of Ghana was very wonderful and would be a lasting...

Farmers, extension agents honored in Obuasi municipal

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Twenty-seven (27) farmers, together with two agricultural extension agents and an institution, have been honored with prizes for their outstanding contribution to the growth...
World Health Organisation

African gov’ts asked to increase investments in new medicine research

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Dr Owen Laws Kaluwa, Representative of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in Ghana, has asked African governments to increase investments in research and development...
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Youth in Europe And African entreated to form partnerships

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The Italian Prime Minister, Mr Paolo Gentiloni, has called for strong partnership between the youth of Europe and Africa. He said as one of the...
Hajia Alima Mahama

Hajia Alima Mahama appointed as Clean Cookstoves member

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Hajia Alima Mahama, the Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, has been appointment as a member of the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves...
bamboo bicycle

Ghanaians build wheel with bamboo

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Ghana’s push towards the promotion of commercial production of bamboo has been given added impetus as two young engineers successfully build a wheelchair from...

Honourables Club to host President’s Cup

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Honourables Club, an Accra based community and social networking club is set to play a special football gala dubbed the “Presidents Cup”. The one-day event,...
International Criminal Court

ECOWAS pledge support to new Ghanaian ICC judge

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The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has pledged his support for Prof Henrietta Mensa-Bonsu for the post of Judge at the International...
A medical team is providing treatment for herdsmen in a pasturing area of Abaga Banner, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. (Photo by Wu Yong from People’s Daily)

Researchers link brain directly to internet

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A team of researchers at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa have made a major breakthrough in the field of biomedical engineering. They have linked...

NDC embarking on rebuilding grass root base

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Mr Chris Addy-Nayo, a member of the National Democratic Congress in the Buem Constituency has called on Ghanaians to prioritise the education of their...
Afrika Youth

Youth updated on opportunities in state institutions

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A forum for the youth in the Northern Region has been held in Tamale to update them on opportunities being created by various state...

Public outcry as Buipe and Yapei bridges closed

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The Buipe and Yapei bridges in the Northern Region have been closed leaving commuters and vehicles using that route to Tamale and other parts...

Christian communities urged to adhere to laws

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Mr Ace Annan Ankomah, the Managing Partner of Bentsi-Enchill, Lesta and Ankomah, has urged the leadership of the Christian community to adhere to the...

STC sign Lubricant Purchase Order with Sadel

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The State Transport Corporation (STC) has signed a Local Purchase Order with Sadel, the local representative of Exol Lubricants Limited, United Kingdom, for the...

Ghana neglects national monuments

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Ghana has many historic and tourist sites scattered across the country including; forts, castles, waterfalls, beaches, parks, mosques, cathedrals, among others. However, over the years,...
SEND Ghana

Ghana gov’t asked to pay attention to children protection

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SEND Ghana, a policy research and advocacy non-governmental organisation, has asked government to pay attention to social and children protection issues in the 2018...
Forestry Commission

Forestry Commission, YEA engage youth in Forest Plantation Programme

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The Forestry Commission (FC) and the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has signed a Service Agreement to engage 15,000 youth across the country for the...
Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry

KCCI initiate project to roll back graduate unemployment

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The Kumasi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) has launched entrepreneurial skills training for students in tertiary institutions as part of the drive to...
Tax

Ghana suffering from rising debts burden

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There was at least GHȼ282 million of underpayments on income tax in the public sector in 2014, a survey on the country’s fiscal policy...
Local Government Service

Gov’t urged to engage all stakeholders in creating new assemblies

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Mr Felix Agyei Amakye, Lecturer at the Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS) has urged Government to make conscious effort to engage all stakeholders...
Helicopter debris are seen near the site of the collision of two helicopters, in the Villa Castelli locality, in La Rioja, Argentina, on March 10, 2015. At least 10 people were killed Monday afternoon when two helicopters collided and crashed in Argentina's northwest province of La Rioja, local media reported. (Xinhua/Luis Lobos/TELAM) (rtg)

Tragedy at Akutuase Junction As Vehicles collide

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Six people, including three students, perished when a Ford Transit bus collided head-on with a KIA truck loaded with yams at the Akutuase Junction...