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Burnt pipelines belong to Cirrus Oil, not GRIDCO – Site Supervisor

A site supervisor of Cirrrus Oil has clarified recent news about burnt pipelines at Tema initially suspected to belong to GRIDCO or VRA. The suspicion...

NAM 1 wins case in Dubai; company ordered to pay him

The CEO of Menzgold Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM 1 has won his court case in Dubai. The court which pronounced judgment Tuesday...

Draft universities bill “dangerous, unnecessary” – Addae Mensah

A former Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana Professor Ivan Addae Mensah has joined the mounting opposition to the draft universities bill describing...

Universities Bill: UTAG proposes changes to outdated laws, not ‘flawed’ blanket law

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has joined mounting resistance to a draft Public Universities Bill, described as an attack on academic freedom. UTAG...

Education Ministry, law professor in fresh tango over draft universities bill

The latest to oppose the draft Public Universities Bill is a professor of law who has said the bill is an affront to the...

Civil Society Organisations are partners in peace building – Vice Prez Bawumia

The Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has lauded the very important role Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have played and continue to...

Anxiety as Anas releases ‘Galamsey Fraud’ Part 2

Award-winning undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, is likely to release ‘Part 2’ of his ongoing explosive documentary on illegal mining titled, “Galamsey Fraud” this...

Gov’t begins preparation towards implementation of RTI

Government has begun preparatory work ahead of the passage of the Right to Information Bill which is expected to be passed in Parliament this...

Gov’t through FDA rallies supermarkets to promote locally produced goods

Government through the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has begun a campaign to encourage supermarkets and foreign retail shops in the country to promote locally produced...

First lady meets key stakeholders on proper nutrition

The First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo has pulled together major stakeholders towards improving nutritional habits in Ghanaians, particularly children. This, according to her has become...

WE CAN’T GO BACK TO THE ‘HOBBESIAN’ STATE OF NATURE!

The increasing levels of tensions, records of abuses, and the growing mistrust between the law enforcement agencies and the public has become an issue...

Police investigating themselves violates natural justice – CHRI

A human rights advocate says the police are “being a judge and a jury in their own cause” when they investigate complaints against some...

Government releases $1.5bn to GETFund for Infrastructure Projects

As part of measures to phase out the double-track intake system in Senior High Schools (SHS), the government has released $1.5 billion to the...

University of Education, Winneba closed down

The University of Education, Winneba is currently shut down following violent protests Thursday. This follows a standoff between the students and the Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Professor Anthony...

Ghana, Côte D’ivore Object To Inimical ISO Standard To Cocoa Farmers

Ghana and Cote D’Ivoire led by its authorities responsible for cocoa production, Ghana Cocoa Board and the Le counsel du café cacao have objected...

Prof. Emeritus JH Nketia Dies Aged 97

Renowned Ghanaian ethnomusicologist Emeritus Prof. Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia has died at age 97. Reports indicate that he died at the Legon Hospital on...

Refurbished Press Centre at MoI Commissioned

The Chief of Staff at Office of the President Hon. Akosua Frema Osei-Opare has commissioned the refurbished Press Centre at the Ministry of Information. The ceremony...

I regret assaulting Sam George

A member of the National Security SWAT Team captured in a viral amateur video assaulting a Member of Parliament says he was not aware...

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