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Mrs Kate Quartey-Papafio

Agencies asked to embrace technology in the transaction of business

She expressed worry about the delay in agencies migrating from analog businesses to online platforms, saying “the country needs to be more proactive and...

Muslim women receives skills training

She said by so doing they would be complementing their husbands’ efforts of providing for the family She said:...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

Farming activities in Yawkoko not encouraging due to bad roads

The people of the community and its surrounding areas, near Coaltar in the Ayensuano District have to carry their wares and walk the long...
Osei Boakye, Andoh, Lokko

GNA’s Ex- supervising Chief Editor given a Papal Award

Mr Andoh now Sir Andoh was also the Past Managing Director of Standard Newspaper of the Catholic Standard. They were awarded at a ceremony at...
science

Prof. Allotey makes a case for the finance of science

This, he said, is the best means to solve the many problems that confront societies in Africa and the fastest route to technological and...

GES and World Education build capacity of KG teachers

It was aimed at building the capacity of KG teachers in the educational sector. World Education is a private voluntary organisation based in Boston,...
Classroom

Dwankrom presby JHS cries for support

The school currently has form one students who are having their classes under a rickety pavilion put up by the community members in their...
Exhibition of some of the products made by the women group

VSLA mediation controls domestic violence

It was pioneered by Tree Aid Ghana , NGO and its partner. Under the VSLA...
Teme Motorway

Plans are underway to expand Tema Motorway’

Sector Minister Alhaji Inusah Fuseini told Parliament, in Accra, that the capacity improvement project would be done by providing additional dedicated right turning lanes...

National Peace Summit of the Rotary ended

It was on the theme: “Preserving a Millennium of Peace: Our Collective Responsibility.” Professor Emmanuel Asante, the Chairman of the National Peace Council, said the...

All UDS campuses to become self-governing

This follows the recommendation made by the Expert Committee of Education that was set up by President John Mahama, to assess the possibility. ...
sada logo

Upper West stakeholders make contributions into SADA plans

The forum, organised by the SADA Zone Civil Society Organisations, and led by the Northern Patriots in Research and Advocacy (NORPRA), was aimed at...
drugs

Paying close attention medication and their side effects

The World Health Organisation at its 1978 Conference in Soviet Union produced the Alma-Ata Health Declaration, which was designed to serve governments as...
Members of the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Committee

Project on climate change adaptation fund launched

It is aimed at increasing resilience to Climate Change in Northern Ghana through water resources and diversification of livelihoods. The four- year project...

June 26 world news summary at 1530 GMT

Egypt's Administrative Court postponed on Sunday a verdict in a government appeal against last week's ruling that nullified a deal signed between Cairo and...

Nigeria confirms jailbreak in Kuje prisons

Spokesperson for the Nigeria Prisons Service (NPS) Francis Enobore told Xinhua that there was an "incident" at the prison. He however added...
Kenyan

June 26 major Kenyan media outlets

-- Ruling coalition Jubilee accuses rival Opposition Cord of insincerity on talks to end stalemate on electoral reforms, which had polarised the country in...
Gps Stations

June 26 major Ethiopian media outlets

-- The Ethiopian National Meteorological Agency (ENMA) has said it is working to set up cloud facility platform to boost the accessibility of Agro...
A CITIZEN OF NIGER REPUBLIC CASTING HIS VOTE AT THE SOKOTO POLLING CENTRE IN THE COUNTRY'S PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ON SATURDAY. 21/2/2016/BRM/EO/NAN

June 26 major Zambian media outlets

-- Immigration authorities in Zambia have tightened security at the country's borders as the country heads towards the 2016 general elections. Immigration...
President Jacob Zuma

June 26 major South African media outlets

-- President Jacob Zuma on Saturday said the youth should use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to woo young voters to vote for the African...
Burkina Faso

Clash between youths, self-defense group wounds 5 in Burkina Faso

Sources on spot said clashes came along as young people stood against "Koglweogo" members who tried on Friday to question alleged thief in Zongo,...

AU condemns killing of former defence force chief in Lesotho

The African Union (AU) has condemned the killing of the former defence force chief in Lesotho. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Chairperson of the...

Burundi’s opposition to boycott elections

While Burundi is Monday holding legislative and communal polls, the country's main opposition group said instead of holding polls next week, the election timetable...
Elephantiasis

10 million Zambians risk contracting elephantiasis

A senior Zambian government official said on Friday that a survey conducted has revealed that 10 million people are at risk of contracting elephantiasis....
Madagascar

Madagascar’s president calls for appeasement, stability

Madagascar's president Hery Rajaonarimampianina called for appeasement and stability of the nation on Friday during the celebration of the 55th anniversary of the...

Zimbabwe rights body urges enabling legislation to deal with torture

The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission chairperson Elasto Mugwadi said Friday Zimbabwe is unable to decisively deal with perpetrators of torture due to lack of...
SA police

South African police pledge to implement Marikana recommendations

The South African Police Ministry pledged on Friday to implement and execute the recommendations made by the Marikana Commission of Inquiry (MCI) in relation...

June 26 Leading German Newspapers Summary

The following are major news items in leading German newspapers on Friday. Sueddeutsche Zeitung: -- The debt dispute with Greece has dominated the start...
diamond

Rio Tinto sells Zimbabwe diamond, coal assets to quit market

Global mining giant Rio Tinto on Friday said it has agreed to sell all its stakes in Zimbabwe's diamond and coal mines to local...

Madagascar’s president pardons some prisoners on national day

Prisoners imprisoned in Madagascar between January 1 and June 26 this year were given presidential pardon on Friday amid celebrations of the 55th...