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'Vigilantism, real threat to Ghana's democracy'- Peace Council

The Acting Executive Secretary of the National Peace Council (NPC), George Amoh has said the issue of vigilantism is a real threat to Ghana’s democracy. Speaking on GBC’s Uniiq FM’s current program, ‘FOCUS’, Mr Amoh Commended the two major political parties for their commitment in the attempt to curb political vigilantism. According to the 3rd […]

Demonstration creates gridlock in Tarkwa

Some aggrieved residents of Tarkwa in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality of the Western Region Wednesday morning blocked the main Tarkwa-Takoradi road to protest its deplorable state. The demonstrators burnt old vehicle tyres and mounted barriers the Tarkwa-Ahietieso stretch of the road disrupting traffic flow. This is not the first time that residents have blocked the […]

Aker Energy to invest $4.5m in capacity building

Aker Energy Ghana has announced a $4.5-million (about GH¢24 million) support to the government to help build the capacity of Ghanaians in the oil and gas sector of the economy. The energy company officially unveiled its decision in Accra last Friday, making it the first upstream petroleum company to directly support efforts by the government […]

Investment forum to mark Otumfuo's anniversary

An investors forum, dubbed the World-Meets-In-Ghana, and Executive Dinner Ball is set to take place in Kumasi on May 3 and 4, 2019 as part of the official programme of the 20th anniversary celebration of the installation of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene. The Manhyia Palace, Ministry of Business Development, Ministry of Aviation, Ghana […]

Blame DJs for bad songs on airwaves – Kofi Kinaata

ALTHOUGH our musicians are doing some great music out lately, it is an undeniable fact that some songs that have become hits have not deserved it. Over the years, some musicians have survived with average songs but Highlife artiste, Kofi Kinaata, says it’s about time Ghanaians appreciate good music. “It takes divine intervention for a […]

Fiscal consolidation strangling economy – MP

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Bolgatanga Central, Mr Isaac Adongo, has observed that Ghana’s economy is suffering from a “crude and repulsive fiscal consolidation” that is delaying the forward march of the country and pushing the economy to the brink of a fiscal crisis. He cited the consistent cutting of public spending to match […]

Ghana-based American jazz singer Toni Manieson dies

Toni Manieson, an American jazz musician based in Ghana, has passed away. Toni who kept jazz alive in Ghana for more than 20 years passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019 around 9pm. When she was alive, she trained and worked with most of the people in Ghana’s jazz scene. Report has it that she […]

Normalisation Committee condemns attack on female referee

The Normalisation Committee (NC) has condemned the assault of referee Theresa Bremensu during the first leg semi-final match of the Women’s Special Competition between Prison Ladies and Ampem Darkoa Ladies in Sunyani on Sunday. The NC in a statement issued on Monday said it will liaise with the police to ensure that appropriate sanctions are […]

We’ll not hesitate to shoot and kill saboteurs – GRIDCo security

The Ghana Grid Company Limited (GRIDCo) security team will not hesitate to shoot and kill any person or group of persons who attempt to destroy any property belonging to the company. The warning follows a recent attempt by some unscrupulous persons to burn pipelines in the Tema power enclave and the cutting down of a […]

2020 Olympics Women’s football: Ghana set to face Congo in qualifiers

Ghana’s Black Queens could be playing either Congo or Gabon in the second round of the Africa qualifying campaign for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Congo earned a crucial 2-0 away win against Gabon from the first leg played on April 3, on the opening round of the qualifying campaign, and given the advantage […]