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Government of Ghana announces National HIV AIDS Fund to deal with scourge

By Naa Atswei Sowah President Akufo-Addo says it has become worrisome with the increasing rate of HIV/AIDS infection. He said in order to reduce the spread and transmission, a National HIVAIDS Fund will be set-up to ensure adequate domestic resources...

Railways Minister, Peter Amewu clarifies introduction of Sky Train in Ghana

By Joyce Gyekye Smart Energy Solutions for Africa, SESA an EU Project will from 2021 to 2025 fund access technologies and business models throughout Africa with about 10 million Euros. SESA aims to provide technologies and business models that can be...

More Ghanaian Diplomats schooled in Columbian Spanish Language

By Nathaniel Nartey Facebook: Nathaniel Nartey Twitter: @Annertey_Nartey A three-month Colombian Spanish Language Course for Ghanaian Diplomats and Public Servants had ended in Accra with a call for the government of Ghana to improve her engagements with the larger Spanish-speaking community, particularly...

150 Farmers to receive Awards at National Farmers Day Ceremony

By Nathaniel Nartey More than 150 farmers are to receive awards at this Year's National Farmers Day ceremony. The Overall Best Farmer is to receive a cash prize of GH₵ 600,000, while the First and Second runner-ups take home a...

Akuapem Poloo back in Prison as Court denies Appeal

By Yvonne Asare Ofei. The Criminal Division of the Accra High Court has dismissed the appeal filed by Rosemond Brown also known as Akuapem Poloo challenging her 90 days’ custodial sentence. She is therefore to serve the remaining jail term handed...

Employment Ministry triggers, process to amend Labour Act

By Elorm Yao Aryee. The Ministry for Employment and Labour Relations has begun processes for the amendment of the Labour Act 2003 (Act 651) to meet current demands at the labour market. In this regard, the Ministry has engaged stakeholders and...

GACC & partners convene project on combating corruption in Health & Education in West Africa

By Rebecca Ekpe The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, (GACC) and PRADA, with support from Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) is convening a Regional Project in Ghana, Sierra Leone and Benin on "Uniting Constituencies to Fight Corruption in Health and...

Stop acts that nurture extremist tendencies – NCCE

Story by Hannah Dadzie Facebook: Hannah Pinky Ama Dadzie Twitter: @DadziePinky The National Commission for Civic Education, NCCE says Ghana should not be complacent to think the peace it is enjoying cannot be compromised, as terrorism and violence extremism have taken centre...

Be vigilant!- Police cautions ahead of Christmas

By Ama Serwa Bediako The Accra Regional Police Command has cautioned residents, particularly vehicle dealers to be vigilant ahead of the yuletide. According to the Command, statistics available to it show a rise in vehicle hijackings in the Metropolis. The Command...

President Akufo-Addo attends National Black Caucus of State Legislators Conference in US

By Doreen Ampofo. President Akufo-Addo has left Accra for Georgia, Atlanta in the United States of America. The President left on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, to attend the 45th Annual Legislative Conference of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators. The Conference...

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More Drama in the House over 2022 Budget among Majority & Minority MPs

By Bubu Klinogo Proceedings in Parliament were on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 disrupted after chaos erupted in the House. It...

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With a fortune of around $400bn in today’s money, Mansa Musa I of Mali, the first king of Timbuktu, may not be a household...

Christmas Fever galore!

By Hannah Dadzie and Jennifer Tetteh Traders in some markets in the capital have started displaying Christmas paraphernalia as they have modified their business strategy...

Government of Ghana announces National HIV AIDS Fund to deal with scourge

By Naa Atswei Sowah President Akufo-Addo says it has become worrisome with the increasing rate of HIV/AIDS infection. He said in order to reduce the...

FOCUS: Mixed reactions over drama in Parliament

By Rachel Kakraba Panelists on our Current Affairs Programme, FOCUS have expressed mixed reactions over the drama that surrounded the November 30, 2021 passage of...