Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Fadji Maina has become the first scientist from Niger to work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa). The 29-year-old hydrologist earned her PhD in 2016, and joined the world-famous space agency in the US at the end of...
The Minority in Parliament intends to report the “risky” Agyapa Royalties deal to the London Stock Exchange. Aside from issues with transparency, the Minority has raised conflict of interest issues with the deal. At a press conference on Tuesday, September 1,...
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has suspended trade relations and financial flows to Mali following the military takeover of the country. ECOWAS in a statement condemned the coup and also suspended Mali from all ECOWAS decision-making. It says...
SafeCare4Covid App, a free mobile app for healthcare providers that offers practical support in handling the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been introduced. COVID-19 is far from over. Healthcare providers everywhere are the most at risk. In Ghana the infection rate among...
The leadership of a group calling itself the Concerned Drivers Union will from today increase its transport fares by 30 percent, following the increases in fuel prices. Commercial drivers are also dealing with reduced income because of their reduced intake...
Ten young entrepreneurs will today pitch their innovative business ideas before a panel of judges in a competitive bid to access part of the GH¢1 million to establish their start-up businesses. The ceremony will be the final stage of this...
China will cancel interest-free loans to African countries that are due to mature by the end of 2020, President Xi Jinping has announced. He told a China-Africa summit on Covid-19 on Wednesday that African nations hardest hit by the pandemic...
A newly launched e-learning language provider, Study Twi,  has seen a huge demand in the diaspora following the  Covid-19 pandemic that shook global lives and businesses. According to a media release copied to the Ghana News Network,the  online Twi lessons...
The Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen believes Ghana stands to benefit from the global shift brought on by COVID-19 as the first phase of the Tema Port Expansion Project is completed. He was speaking at a ceremony held...
The continuous rise in prices of food items pushed Ghana’s inflation up to 11.3% in May 2020. This means that between May 2019 and the same period in 2020, the prices of items have increased by 11.3%. This figure is also...
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