Month: April 2021

Local News

Galamsey fight didn’t cause NPP’s poor performance – Environment Minister

Ministry of Environment, Science and Technology, Dr. Kwaku Afriyie, says the fight against illegal mining cannot be blamed for the…

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Business

MTN increases talk time, data charges by 1% over NHI Levy

MTN Ghana says it is adjusting talk time and data charges following a 1% increment in National Health Insurance Levy.…

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Foreign News

Kenya’s anti-vaccine doctor dies of Covid-19

A prominent Kenyan doctor who became an anti-vaccine campaigner and conspiracy theorist has died from the disease. Dr Stephen Karanja…

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Local News

NCCE must ensure education on waste segregation in homes – Joint Parliamentary Committtee

The National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) has been urged to help sensitise Ghanaians on the need to segregate waste…

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Foreign News

Facebook To Pay $5 Mln To Local Journalists In Newsletter Push

Facebook Inc (FB.O) said Thursday it will give $5 million to pay local journalists in multi-year deals as part of its new…

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Local News

Akufo-Addo Declares Monday, May 3 Statutory Public Holiday

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has declared Monday, May 3, 2021, a public holiday. This was…

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Local News

Avoid travelling to COVID-19 hotspot countries – Gov’t

The government of Ghana through the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration has cautioned all Ghanaians to not travel…

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Local News

State capture – Amidu insists corruption fight is in shambles

Former Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, says Ghana’s fight against corruption has been and still in State Capture – suggesting the…

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Local News

Parliamentary Joint Committee elated with works at Tamale Waste Treatment Plant

To solve the poor disposal of all types of waste and reduce what goes to landfill sites and expand the…

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Local News

Persons implicated in my Agyapa report pressurizing Akufo-Addo to appoint their surrogate – Martin Amidu

Former Special Prosecutor, Martin Amidu, says persons implicated in his Agyapa Royalties Transaction corruption assessment report are mounting pressure on…

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