It won’t be fair if Ebony wins Artiste of the Year – Bulldog

The former manager of dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, Bulldog, says it will not be fair if rising star Ebony Reigns wins Artiste of the Year award at the next Ghana Music Awards. He believes the ‘Pride of the North’ and reigning New Artist of the Year, Fancy Gadam, who recently repeated history with his concert at the Bukom […]

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Integrate govt’s SDG agenda with CSR’s of businesses

President of the CSR Training Institute, Canada, Professor Wayne Dunn has called on government to find ways of integrating the private sector’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities into fulfilling its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda. This according to him is necessary in a time where businesses in the country do a lot in CSR but […]

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Farmers Union wants holiday in Farmers’ Day scrapped

The General Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU) wants Farmers Holiday scrapped. Even though they want the day observed as Farmers Day in recognition of the great work by farmers they are vehemently against the holiday observed in their honour. General Secretary of the Union Edward Karewe told Joy News’ Gifty Andoh Appiah on Top Story Thursday, […]

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9ice’s ‘Living Things’ didn’t warrant controversial backlash – Management

Communication Director of Temple Management Nigeria, Terfa Tilley Gyado says musician 9ice’s song ‘Living things’ didn’t warrant the controversy it sparked. 9ice who is a signee of Temple Management, earlier this year released ‘Living things’, which received loads of backlash as some Nigerians said the song sought to promote internet fraud. However, Mr Gyado told JoyNews’ […]

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Kenichi Yatsuhashi appointed new Inter Allies manager

Inter Allies have appointed former Hearts of Oak boss Kenichi Yatsuhashi as their new manager.  The Japanese coach has made a surprise return to the Ghana Premier League,17 months after his shock exit from Hearts of Oak. Kenichi parted company with the Phobians before the start of the second round of 2015/16 season. He has reached an agreement […]

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Traders, Artisans beg Achimota authorities against eviction from school land

Traders and artisans on the Achimota school land are pleading with the authorities of the school not to evict them. They fear any eviction will lead to loss of livelihood. Authorities at the Achimota School have decided to execute a court order they received earlier in 2017, after seven years of litigation, to reclaim the school lands from all private […]

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Is Ghana in double standards in submission to regional courts?

Ghana is caught in what may be regarded as double standards as it voluntarily agrees to pay over $800,000 to a Nigerian man following a default judgment obtained against the state in the ECOWAS court. This is in sharp contrast to the decision of the Supreme Court in the famous Argentine case which formed the basis […]

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Akufo-Addo is my rightful successor – Kufuor

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has observed that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is his rightful successor who will continue with his good works to improve the lives of Ghanaians. He said that the good projects that he (Kufuor) started, including the numerous social intervention programmes, were abandoned by his immediate successors – Prof Atta […]

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Resign if you want to contest as MP – NPP to MMDCEs

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has directed all Metropolitan, Municipal, District Chief Executives (MMDCEs) who wish to contest as Parliamentary Candidates on the party’s ticket in the 2020 general elections to resign from their current positions in order to be eligible to contest. According to the General Secretary of the NPP, John Boadu, the […]

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Minority threatens to boycott approval of National Security budget

The Minority is threatening to boycott the approval process for the allocation made in the 2018 budget for the country’s National Security set up. This, they say, is due to government’s disregard for the provisions of the Public Financial Management Act, which requires the regular submission of intelligence reports on the security situation in the […]

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