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Vice President says government is poised on building human capital to transform economy

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia says the Free SHS policy is a strategic government vision focused on building human capital to transform the economy. He said the country is being positioned for change, stressing that one cannot continue to do the...

Keta, Anlo lagoons ecosystem depleting at an alarming rate due to human activities

The vegetation cover of the Keta Lagoon Complex Ramsar Site is depleting at an alarming rate, and this poses serious threats to the entire ecosystem of the enclave. Over the years, there has been indiscriminate felling of particularly mangrove trees on...

Government will ensure businesses operate in a safer cyber space – John Kumah

A Deputy Minister of Finance, Dr. John A. Kumah has assured businesses that government will upscale the nation’s cyber security efforts to create an enabling cyber space for businesses to thrive. Speaking at the launch of a web and mobile...

Volta Region tops Regional Coordinating Councils ranking in Local Government report

The Local Government Service (LGS) has rated the Volta Regional Coordinating Council (VRCC) as the top performing among the 16 regions for the year 2020. The rankings were released by the Office of the Head of the LGS, following a...

Let’s wage war against Hepatitis – Noguchi research institute urges public

The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR) has called on Ghanaians to know their Hepatitis status to help eliminate the disease in the country. That, it said, was critical because the epidemic was the leading cause of death in...

Immigration to run COVID-19 tests for work permit applicants

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) will from August 11 this year introduce a mandatory COVID-19 test for all non-Ghanaians applying for work permit, renewal of work permit and extension of visitor’s permit. This test will run concurrent with the normal...

Editorials: July 29, 2021

The Daily Graphic says the call by Asantehene, Otumfuor Osei Tutu at the 2020 Millennium Excellence Awards for the Executive and the Legislature to work together and not put at risk, the peace of the country, is very timely...

Debate on LGBTQ+ issue still rages on

The Member of Parliament for Nhyiaeso, Dr. Stephen Amoah, says the sovereignty of the country must be respected when it comes to its values, as such anybody or country that tries to fight against the LGBTQI Bill will not...

Government utilizing school mapping tool to align supply and demand for education- Minister

Public schools were designed to ensure that all children irrespective of where they come from get access to comprehensive basic education. However, some children in certain communities in the country do not have access to public schools. To address these...

Four coastal areas pitched as favourable for first nuclear energy reactor

Four areas along the coast have been identified as possible sites for the first nuclear energy reactor. Research into selecting the sites was completed in the phase one of the three nuclear milestones. In an interview with GBC News, the Director...

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