‘It defies common sense’ – GWCL workers angry over Mahama water contract

Staff of Ghana Water Company Limited have demanded investigations into a public-private partnership in the Teshie Desalination plant project which causes a monthly loss of ¢6m. The GWCL agreement with Befessa is nothing short of ‘robbing Peter to pay Paul’, the workers said in a statement signed by General Secretary of the Public Utilities Workers […]

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Nana Addo meets UK Prime Minister Theresa May [Photos]

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May. The President is currently on a three-day working visit in the UK, where he is expected to deliver an address at Cambridge University. President Akufo-Addo will return to Ghana on Wednesday, November 22, 2017. Ghana and […]

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Impact Africa Summit to explore FDIs as source of financing SDGs

The 2017 Impact Africa Summit says its stakeholder meeting to come off at the Tang Palace Hotel in Accra will explore the subject of Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) to be used as a source of financing the SDGs. The Ghana on SDGs summit scheduled for November 30 will bring together key stakeholders in the development agenda of […]

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Ghana drop one place on 2017 Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance

Ghana has dropped one place on the 2017 Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) as the country was ranked 8th out of 54 nations on the continent. The country, however, showed signs of ‘Increasing Deterioration’ in Overall Governance over the last five years. The Index released Monday measures the political, social and economic performance […]

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Cease fire – Dagbon youth to feuding factions in chieftaincy crisis

Hundreds of Dagbon youth have embarked on a demonstration to register their displeasure at what seems to be the never-ending chieftaincy crisis in the region. The youth are demanding an immediate cease fire from the two feuding factions – the Abudu and Andani gates – who for years have been at each other’s throat over […]

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British Council awards excellent students from partner schools

British Council Ghana has organised an awards night to recognise students from its partner schools who excelled in the May/June 2017 Cambridge Assessment International Education exams.  The event over the weekend was held at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra, is the 8th year the award is being held.   Among the Special guest […]

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Assin South MP pledges to reduce hunger among students

The Member of Parliament for Assin South has pledged to reduce hunger among pupils in the district to help Ghana meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Reverend John Ntim Fordjour says he will sustain the free School Feeding Program he personally initiated and funded for pupils. The free school feeding program which the MP has […]

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KABA was professional, neutral and one of the best journalists- Bawumia

The Vice President has described the late Kwadwo  Baffuor Asare Acheampong popularly called KABA as a “professional” who went about his duty with profound neutrality. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia insists, the late afternoon political show host “was one of the best journalists in the country.” He said this when he led a government delegation to commiserate […]

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The 37 photos of pain for 37 years of KABA’s life

Like a staple diet, Kwadwo Asare Baffuor Acheampong (KABA) had become a fixed feature on radio, we forgot a normal day is a miracle.  Providence stunned us, cutting off KABA’s 37-year-old life to jolt the nation, the media, the family to the permanent theme of life’s transience. In 37 photos of Monday’s memorial service held at the forecourt […]

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