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Primary schools get new curriculum, KG subjects reduced from 7 to 4

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has introduced a new curriculum to replace the current one from Kindergarten to Primary Six. The curriculum forms part of sweeping reforms in basic education, beginning from the 2019/2020 academic year. Under the new curriculum, the...

Adentan to benefit from Sinohydro road package

The Adentan Municipality is to benefit from the Sinohydro infrastructure package with a 22km dual carriageway from the Aburi road junction to Dodowa. The road project forms part of government’s plan to provide critical infrastructure to the people and to...

FDA empowers 25 cottage industries in Central Region

The Central Regional Office of the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA), has stepped-up engagements with local industries in the Region to empower them to boost their businesses. The initiative is aimed at reaching-out to all cottage industries with support, training...

PURC warns public against illegal connections

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) has warned the public against illegal connections of utilities as that can truncate regular flow of potable water and electricity supply. Mr Issahaku Mashoud Yakubu, the Northern Regional Manager of PURC said the activities...

Lotto fraudsters using NLA name to defraud clients in Wa

Patrons of lotto products in the Upper West Region have expressed concern on alleged growing fraudulent deals perpetuated by faceless individuals using the name of National Lottery Authority (NLA) to swindle unsuspecting people. The persons are reportedly parading themselves as...

Ban on noise making in Accra to begin May 13

The Ga traditional council has set up a taskforce to monitor this year’s ban on drumming and noise making. The one month ban forms part of the customs which precedes the annual Homowo festival of the chiefs and people of...

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah in Egypt ahead of AFCON 2019 draw

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has touched down in Cairo ahead of the draw for the group stages of the Nations Cup April 12. Ghana have been seeded in pot one and will avoid some of the heavyweights on the continent. Appiah...

Value-for-Money audit report okays $2bn Sinohydro project – Minister

The Minister of Information, Mr Kojo Oppong Nkrumah says the National Democratic Congress (NDC) put out a falsehood when it said there was no value-for-money audit report for the $2bn infrastructure for bauxite project between Ghana and Sinohydro. On the...

Togo fans demonstrate demanding for Claude Le Roy's sack

Soccer fans in the Togolese capital, Lomé, on Tuesday took to the streets calling for the immediate departure of the oldest coach in Africa, Claude Le Roy. The frustrated protestors want the French man, 71 years, out particularly for failing...

Stop stealing government lands, MCE warns

Municipal Chief Executive, Kpone Katamanso Municipal Assembly, Mr. Solomon Tettey Appiah, has sounded a strong warning to residents who encroach on government lands and properties in the Municipality to desist from such acts. He gave the warning during a Public...

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