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Accra, Feb. 1, GNA – The “Foresight Africa” Report on top priorities for African continent in 2019 stressed the need for governments to balance between mobilizing financial resources for economic development and controlling indebtedness to sustain growth.

France-Ghana Political Consultations held

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Accra, May 28, GNA – The sixth Session of France-Ghana Political Consultations to find ways to increase Ghana’s trade with France held in Accra.

2020 daily Minimum Wage up 11 percentage point-Employment Minister

Accra, Aug.29, GNA – The 2020 National Daily Minimum Wage (NDMW) to go up 11 percentage point over the 2019 NDMW of GHC10.65 to GHC11.82, effective from January1,2020.
NDC objects to compilation of new voters’ registration

Accra, Dec. 19, GNA – The National Democratic Congress (NDC) objected to the decision by the Electoral Commission to compile a new voters’ register for the 2020 elections.

Research should be seen as avenue for marshalling political capital-Bombande

Accra, Aug. 31, GNA – Mr Emmanuel Bombande, the Senior United Nations Advisor, stressed the importance of perceiving research as the avenue for marshalling political capital, to build consensus to enhance decision-making and implementation.

Government sets aside GHC195, 000.00 for payment of SHS fees

Aburi Sept 6, GNA – The government has set aside an amount of GHC194,523.37 for the payment of the first term fees for Free SHS.

ECOWAS Free Movement Protocol: Awareness level on the down side

Aflao (V/R), Nov. 18, GNA – Some travellers and traders who ply Aflao-Togo-Benin-Nigeria-Ivory Coast ECOWAS road Corridors complained about harassment and distortion by some border officials along these corridors.
Health Services Workers’ Union to embark on strike action

Accra, Dec. 20, GNA – The National Executive Council (NEC) of the Health Services Workers’ Union (HSWU) of the TUC Ghana has declared intention to embark on nation-wide industrial action effective December 27 across the country.
Effective Stakeholder engagement, key to advance the publishing Industry

Accra, Dec. 14, GNA- Mr Seth Twum Akoaboah, the Chief Executive Officer, Association of Ghana Industries, has called for the building of an effective stakeholder engagement to address the needs of the Ghanaian Publishing Industry.
Governing Board of Traditional Medicine Practice Council Inaugurated

Accra, Aug. 6, GNA – The Governing Board of the Traditional Medicine Practice Council (TMPC) was inaugurated in Accra on Tuesday with a call on them to find ways and means to monitor and regulate the herbs they use for their products to prevent them from extinction.

Migration in northern parts fuel by social network

Accra, Dec 12, GNA – A case study in four selected Municipalities and Districts in the northern parts of the country has revealed that migration in the areas is driven by social networks, teenage pregnancies and erratic rainfall patterns.

Attaining SDGs on WASH requires collective efforts- Panelists
Panelists at the second National Learning Exchange on strengthening Local Governance Government Systems to deliver safe and sustainable WASH Services were optimistic that attaining the goals of the SDGs in the sector is achievable with investments, especially in the sanitation sector.
Three Major Teacher Unions declare strike

Accra, Dec. 5, GNA – Three major Teacher Unions of the Ghana Education Service (GES) announced their over 300,000 members would from Monday, December 9, stay away from the classrooms until all their Legacy Salary Arrears of 2012 to 2016 are paid.

Germany deports 17 Ghanaians
Accra, Sept. 25, GNA – The Kotoka International Airport (KIA) Regional Command of the Ghana Immigration Service, received 17 Ghanaian deportees from Germany on board a chartered Flight.
Christian urged to join the “sanitation war”

Accra, Nov. 20, GNA – Mr Daniel Alexander Nii-Noi Adumuah, the Adentan Municipal Chief Executive, called on Christians to collaborate with the government to address the sanitation problems the country is facing.
Migration Consortium discusses ways of ensuring inclusive growth.

Accra, Oct 15 GNA – The Consortium Network of academic and research institutions, known as migration for Inclusive African Growth (MIAG), held a workshop in Accra to find ways of managing migration.

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