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Digitalisation has dealt a huge blow to corruption – Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

By Henrietta Afful Twitter: @AffulHetty The Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has indicated that the aggressive digitalisation drive embarked upon by the New Patriotic Party-led government has reduced corruption. Speaking at a Public Lecture organized by the Tertiary Education Confederacy...

Israeli Technology: Ghana to benefit

By Oforiwa Darko A demonstration field for one of the Israeli Irrigation Technologies in Ghana has been inaugurated by the Israeli Embassy in Accra. The irrigation technology demonstration field, is one of Israel’s irrigation technology solutions, that seek to provide alternative...

Technology to address pest infestation in Cowpea, as Ghana progresses in GMOs

By Joyce Gyekye Ghana is progressing steadily with the introduction of Genetically Modified Cowpea. Known locally as beans, Scientists at the Agricultural Research Institute at Nyankpala in the Northern Region, have completed work on a technology to address the huge...

Maiden Lego League National Robotics/STEM competition launched

By Vanessa Adjei The Ministry of Education with support from Coderina Edtech has launched this year’s first Lego League National Robotics/STEM competition. This is the second edition in Ghana and the fifth globally. The competition seeks to imbibe in the youth...

Veep Bawumia launches an Online Learning tool on bridging gap between education and job market

By Mercy Darko An Online Learning Programme, the Leyden-Alison Integrated Online Learning, has been launched in Accra. Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia at the launch, said Ghana is on the move to develop a strong database for all sectors of...

Ghanaians’ top Val’s Day playlists on Spotify to ‘Blend’ with loved ones

By Doreen Ampofo February is a good moment to waltz with romance through music. Ghanaian power couples For netizens in Ghana, it is also a month to tap into the romantic vibes of their favourite power couples such as Okyeame Kwame and...

Ghana to roll out Chip Embedded Passports soon- Ayorkor Botchway

By Yvonne Atilego The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration says plans are far advanced to introduce the Chip Embedded Passports this year. This new system is to enhance the security features of the current passport system. Sector Minister Shirley...

The more information people have about you, the more control they have over you – Data Protection Officer

By Godfred Zina  A Data Protection Officer with the Institute for Internet Professionals Ghana, IIPGH,  Emmanuel Gadasu, has stated that individuals' data privacy is very important. According to him, the more information one has about you, the more control a person...

Stop charging fees on SIM re-registration- Chamber of Telecoms warns

Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunication, Ken Ashigbe says the Chamber’s attention has been drawn to a circular purporting that some SIM Registration agents of Mobile Network Operators, MNOs are charging some subscribers for their SIM...

Data privacy is key to individual lives- Gadasu

By: Lilian Owusu-Mensah The Data Protection Officer from the Institute for Internet Professional Ghana(IIPGH), Emmanuel Gadasu, has said that data privacy is very key to the life of every individual. As part of raising the awareness for Data Protection and Privacy...

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GES proposes measures to tackle exam malpractices

By Roselyn Ganyaglo The Deputy Director General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Dr. Kwabena Tandoh, has called for a...

KNUST graduates win Kumasi Youth Connect Pitch competition

By Nicholas Osei-Wusu A Kumasi-based youth entrepreneurial group, SAYETECH, has emerged as winners of the Ashanti regional edition of the McDan Youth Connect Pitch competition...

Celebrities urged to shield children from social lives

A Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Isaac Newman Arthur, says children of celebrities may not have the built-in mechanism to cope with the public figure pressures...

Three Unions at UDS Tamale still on strike

By Murtala Issah The strike by three unions of the University for Development Studies (UDS), is yet to be called off despite the payment of...

Police Service receives more motorbikes from government to enhance operations

 By Bright Ntramah President Akufo-Addo has presented one thousand five hundred (1,500) motorbikes to the Ghana Police Service, calling on them to continue with the...