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Ghana to invest about $1 billion to replace expensive power loans

Ghana to invest about $1 billion to replace expensive power loans. Government and some power contractors agreed on this plan during the renegotiation of power deals that began in November 2019. This is, according to a finance ministry spokesman, in...

GRIDCo to demolish structures around Tema-Achimota-Mallam transmission lines

The Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), is to embark on a demolition exercise around its Right-of-Way locations along the Tema-Achimota-Mallam High Voltage Transmission Lines. The exercise, scheduled for this month, will rid the affected areas of illegal occupants and encroachers, whose...

Supreme Court asks media to criticise but not denigrate

The Judicial Service says it is ready to accept criticisms from the media as long as they are constructive no matter how harsh it would be. What it would not accept is for the justice adjudicating body to be...

Minority MPs demand clarity on PDS deal

The Minority MPs on the Appointments Committee of Parliament are demanding clarity from the Railways Minister- nominee, John Peter Amewu, on the abrogated Power Distribution Services, PDS deal. The nominee is expected to give further explanation on a number of...

Two nabbed over Immigration recruitment scam

The Tema Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) has arrested two persons for allegedly defrauding scores of unsuspecting youth on the pretext of securing them jobs within the service. Awuah Forson, 46, and Ekow Harkman, 71, were arrested...

GRIDCo blames power cuts on closure of emergency valve by WAPCo

The Ghana Grid Company Gridco has blamed an emergency valve at the West Africa Gas Pipeline Company, WAPCo, for power cuts in parts of the country today. According to the company, the action ended up curtailing gas supply to some...

Ghana Airports vaccinates frontline staff

The Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL) has started mass vaccination for all frontline staff at Kotoka International Airport (KIA). On Tuesday, March 2, 2021, members of the GACL Board led by the Chairperson, Madam Oboshie Sai Cofie, received the first jab of...

State of the Nation Address, 2021 Budget to be delivered next week

The Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has disclosed that President Akufo-Addo will be in the Chamber of Parliament on Tuesday, 9th March, to deliver the State of the Nation Address while the Budget for the 2021 Financial Year will...

EC takes Covid-19 vaccine

Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC). Mrs Jean Mensa this morning (March 3) led  staff of the Commission to take the COVID-19 vaccine at the Adabraka Polyclinic in Accra. She took the jab at exactly 10:30 am after going through...

Western Region Journalists honour outgoing MTTD boss

Journalists in the Western Region have in recognition of the responsiveness to duty of the outgoing Regional Commander of the Police Motor Traffic and Transport Department, MTTD Chief Superintendent Richard Appiah presented a token gift to him. Chief Superintendent Appiah...

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Ghana to invest about $1 billion to replace expensive power loans

Ghana to invest about $1 billion to replace expensive power loans. Government and some power contractors agreed on this...

The behavioral change towards Covid-19 vaccination

NEWS COMMENTARY: Calls for behavioral change towards Covid-19 vaccination. Ghana last Wednesday received the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines through the WHO global vaccine-sharing program....

GRIDCo to demolish structures around Tema-Achimota-Mallam transmission lines

The Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo), is to embark on a demolition exercise around its Right-of-Way locations along the Tema-Achimota-Mallam High Voltage Transmission Lines. The exercise,...

GES rates 2020 Computerised School Placement a success

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has rated the 2020 Computerised School Placement a success and an improvement over the previous years. Deputy Director-General in charge...

Supreme Court asks media to criticise but not denigrate

The Judicial Service says it is ready to accept criticisms from the media as long as they are constructive no matter how harsh it...