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Tunisia president extends curfew hours

Tunisian President Kais Saied has extended a night-time curfew for the next month, a day after he suspended parliament. He's also sacked more government ministers in the wake of the dismissal of Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi on Sunday. The president has...

July 27, 2021

The Ghanaian Times commends government for making available 25 million dollars as seed money for the establishment of a National Vaccine Institute to facilitate the development of a local vaccine manufacturing hub in the wake of scarcity of coronavirus vaccines...

Tokyo Olympics: U.S. swimmer Lydia Jacoby, 17, wins women’s 100m breaststroke gold

The USA's Lydia Jacoby has won a shock gold medal in the women's 100m breaststroke final at only 17 years old. The swimmer became the first Alaskan swimmer ever to win an Olympic swimming gold medal, as she beat South...

Tokyo Olympics: Naomi Osaka crashes out of Tokyo 2020 Olympic games

Marketa Vondrousova stunned Naomi Osaka to reach the quarter-finals of the women's singles at Tokyo 2020. The 2019 French Open runner-up won 6-1 6-4 in an hour and eight minutes and will now face either Spain's Paula Badosa or Nadia...

Importance of Eid-ul-Adha

NEWS COMMENTARY FOCUSED ON THE IMPORTANCE OF EID-UL-ADHA AND THE NEED FOR MUSLIMS TO GIVE TO THE LESS PRIVILEGED. Eid-al-Adha is one of the two most important festivals on the Muslim calendar. The “Festival of Sacrifice”, as it is known,...

Ghana’s oil and gas sector classified as “satisfactory”-Resource Governance Index

Governance of Ghana’s oil and gas sector has been classified as “good” in a new assessment. The 2021 Resource Governance Index which was launched in Accra rates oil and gas as better governed than the mining sector, which it...

Need To Hold Kennedy Agyapong Accountable For His Inflammatory Utterances

NEWS COMMENTARY ON KENNEDY AGYAPONG’S INFLAMMATORY UTTERANCES AND THE HARM CAUSED AS HE FACES THE PRIVILAGES COMMITTEE OF PARLIAMENT. It is refreshing the three-member Ministerial Committee probing circumstances that led to the disturbances at Ejura, resulting in the unfortunate shooting...

Repercussions Posed By Outbreak Of Swine Flu In Parts Of Ghana

NEWS COMMENTARY LOOKS AT THE REPRECURSIONS OF THE OUTBREAK OF SWINE FLU IN PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. Imagine a situation where your taste buds are denied delicacies which include chicken and pork in the midst of a pandemic which requires...

Retired Justice Date-Bah’s unveils book on “Select Papers/Lectures on Ghanaian Law”

Law is one of the social institutions that binds all citizens, both young and old. This is to say that the law regulates and shapes the entirety of man's existence, activities, properties and general conduct throughout his lifetime and...

GUTA warns against attempts to review GIPC Act

The Ghana Union of Traders Association, GUTA, has warned that it will resist in no uncertain terms any attempt to review the GIPC Act, (Act 865), as it seeks to protect Ghanaian traders. This is in reaction to a...

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