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GRIDCo works to disrupt N4 traffic Sat., Sun.

The Ministry of Roads and Highways through the Ghana Highway Authority has, through a statement, informed the public and all road users that some sections of the N4 (Tetteh Quarshie ...

06 May, 2021

Gov't deploys 200 police officers to protect mining concessions

200 police officers have been commissioned to provide security for large-scale mining companies across the country. The officers deployed today, Wednesday 5th May 2021 were taken through a 10-day redeployment ...

05 May, 2021

Elizabeth Ohene writes: Culture of noise

I am no longer a paid-up member of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA). I suspect, therefore, that I might not qualify to be called a journalist these days. I am ...

05 May, 2021

Where are the nine hospitals you promised Volta Region? – Volta NDC to Nana Addo

The National Democratic Congress in the Volta Region is unhappy with the Nana Akufo-Addo-led government over the seeming delay in putting up nine district hospitals in the region as promised ...

05 May, 2021

Pratt exposes attempt to sneak ‘alien names’ into organisers of ‘Kumi Preko’ Demo

The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jr has exposed attempts by some politicians and activists to sneak alien names into the organization of the famous ‘Kumi Preko’ ...

05 May, 2021

Government thinks Ghanaians are dummies – Kwesi Pratt

Kwesi Pratt Jr, Managing Editor of Insight Newspaper, has registered his displeasure over what he termed as government’s propaganda gimmicks that make them appear to be sympathizing with the suffering ...

05 May, 2021

Wesley Girls PTA defends school for preventing Muslim students from fasting

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) of Wesley Girls’ High School in Cape Coast has justified a decision by the school not to allow Muslim students to partake in the Ramadan fast. ...

05 May, 2021

57 new Covid-19 infections take Ghana’s active cases to 1,584

Ghana has recorded 57 new cases of the novel coronavirus disease. This brings the number of active cases in the country to 1,584, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS). ...

05 May, 2021

DKB is a hypocrite – Don Tsegah

Hitz FM’s U Say Wetin host, Prince Don Tsegah, has slammed comedian DKB for reporting actress Akuapem Poloo to the police for defaming him. According to him, though Akuapem Poloo ...

05 May, 2021

In Bill Gates divorce, who gets the 66,000-square-foot mansion?

With the Bill and Melinda Gates divorce bombshell still echoing, so begins the process of divvying up the fourth-largest fortune in the world. Forbes puts the Microsoft Corp. co-founder’s net ...

05 May, 2021

Premier League says no away fans allowed when stadiums reopen later this month

No away fans will be able to attend the final two rounds of Premier League matches this season when stadiums are set to reopen at reduced capacity. Supporters, currently excluded ...

05 May, 2021

Seek economic assistance from IMF to save economy from troubles – Finance Lecturer

The government has been advised to seek economic assistance programme from the International Monetary Fund to bring back life into the Ghanaian economy. Former Finance Minister, Seth Tekper recently urged ...

05 May, 2021

GCB and Graphic Group to foster stronger alliance for national growth

The Management of GCB Bank Ltd and Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL) have resolved to foster stronger alliance in the interest of the two institutions and to help propel national ...

05 May, 2021

Companies continue to export rosewood to China despite ban – Inusah Fuseini

Former Lands Minister, Inusah Fuseini, says some Ghanaian companies continue to export rosewood outside the country despite a ban by government. Addressing stakeholders’ at the Joy Forum to address the illegal trade ...

05 May, 2021


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