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Journalists being paid to attack anti-graft colleagues – Mahama

Former President John Mahama has bemoaned what he says is the weakened approach by the media in the fight against corruption in the country. According...

Banks deposits growth slows amidst banking reforms

The growth rate in commercial banks’ deposits has slowed down amidst the reforms undertaken by the central bank to strengthen the sector. The Bank of...

Kwesi Appiah sacked as Black Stars coach

Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah has been sacked effective immediately. This comes after the Ghana Football Association’s decision to dissolve the technical teams of...

‘Year of Return’ Akufo-Addo’s vision – Tourism Authority CEO

The Chief Executive of the Ghana Tourism Authority, Mr Akwasi Agyeman has paid glowing tribute to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the foresight...

Pensioners to get more money – SSNIT

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) has assured pensioners of an increase in their payroll for 2020. In a statement released by the...

‘Why Mahama’s running mate might die’ – Owusu Bempah explains

Those jostling for the running mate position of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) have been advised to rescind their decision. According to Prophet Isaac...

EKOWRITES: Vision 2020; Has Ghana achieved its long-term goals?

Ghana in 1996 under the leadership of Ft. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings set out its 25-year long-term goal of achieving a balanced economy and...

‘It’s a privilege to be married, not a right’– Duncan-Williams

Marriage is a privilege, not a right, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has said. The founder of Christian Action Faith Ministries told his congregation on New Year’s...

Auditor-General tightens noose around asset declaration

The Auditor-General on Wednesday outlined moves to tighten the noose around audit for the 2019 financial year to include the declaration of assets and...

Cedi ends 2019 with 12.9% fall

The local Ghanaian currency ended the year 2019 with a depreciation rate of about 12.9% to the US dollar, based on data from the...
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