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Shatta Wale’s latest single ‘The Job’ ranks number 3 on top...

Ghanaian dancehall sensation Shatta Wale his making strides in Jamaica currently. Shatta Wale’s team in Jamaica are really doing so well for him as one...

Govt can’t sack CEOs – Supreme Court declares

The removal of heads of public corporations as a result of a change of government has been declared as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. In...

Ghana is not a third world country – Yofi Grant

The CEO of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre Yofi Grant has touted Ghana as " a new world" that is open to business opportunities. In...

BoG cleansing, CUA safe

Mr. Gilbert Bene-Pewudie, Volta Regional Manager of the Ghana Cooperative Credit Union Association (CUA) Limited has said the Association remained solid and would not...

GHS to block use of phones by staff on duty

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) has explained the decision to block the use of mobile phones among health workers on duty is to improve...

Electricity tariff up by 11%

Effective July 1,2019, electricity tariff in the country will increase by 11.17%. According to Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC), the decision was taken after careful...

Ghana to receive $75m World Bank support for Industrial Park

Trade Minister Alan Kyeremanten has said Ghana is due to receive $75 million from World Bank to develop industrial parks. He said the package is...

I beg to differ, Mr Baako, the Professor’s statement constitutes incitement

I respectfully disagree with the seasoned journalist, Malik Kweku Baako, for suggesting that the Nigerian Professor of English language, said ‘nothing criminal’ on the...

Return home if you have no business in Ghana – Nigerian...

The Nigerian Union of Traders in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has advised its members in the Republic who do not have legitimate businesses...

Light Crop Cocoa season opens on June 21

The Ghana Cocoa Board has announced the opening of the 2019 light crop cocoa season with purchases, beginning on Friday, June 21, 2019. A statement...
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