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Ghana Football Association announces policy on commission on sponsorship

The Ghana Football Association has announced that staff and outsiders will gain a commission if they secure sponsorship for the Association. The association has also...

All is not well in Liberia- Pathways to reform as recommended by IMANI

All is not well in Liberia. Many Liberians have lost faith in President Weah. He seems to have abandoned what his country needs to...

Report says renewables could save millions from premature death

REN21 is the global renewable energy policy multi-stakeholder network that connects a wide range of key actors from Governments, International organisations Industry, associations of...

GHS/JICA implements policy towards building health resilience

The Ghana Health Service (GHS) in conjunction with Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has rolled out a five-year project in northern Ghana to meet...
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Togolese public health, education officials to learn from Chinese system, policy

At least 52 Togolese government officials from health and education sectors will learn from the Chinese system and policy of public hygiene as well...
agricultural productivity

Ghana’s Agriculture policy interventions aims at generating bumper harvest

Dr Gyiele Nurah, Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture, has said increased investment by government since 2017 has revived the country’s agriculture...

Chinese Opening-up Policy will Bolster Kenya’s Export Sector

China's opening-up policy will boost Kenya's exports to the Asian nation, a Chinese government official said on Tuesday. Li Xuhang, Charge d'Affaires at the Chinese...
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Stakeholders Discuss Agriculture Policy

Stakeholders in the agricultural value chain have converged in Accra to validate a proposed Ghana Agricultural Engineering Policy and Strategy (GAEPS) aimed at boosting...
Maritime and Surveillance Conference

GMA Wants Maritime Transport Policy

Mr Daniel Appianin, the Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Maritime Authority (GMA), has called for a Maritime Transport Policy (MTP) to effectively address the...
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Bishop says monetization of worship must have policy backing

Right Reverend Emmanuel G. L. Twum-Baah, former Bishop of the Koforidua Diocese of the Methodist Church, has called on the church to come out...

Ghana’s Cocoa Processing Capacity To Be Expanded By 15,000 Tonnes

Ghana is one of the largest cocoa-growing countries in the world, second to Cote d'Ivoire. This country has traditionally exported almost its entire crop...

Ghana needs a national document to enhance creativity

The Nobel International Business School (NiBS) has called for a national policy, which clearly spells-out the role of institutions and government in creating an...

Ghana Must Go Solar

Ghana must have a national policy on the use of Solar Energy. A policy that should set the country on the part of utilizing...

Double-Track System: Stakeholders urged to throw weight behind gov’t

The Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition (GNECC) has called on all and sundry to support the double-track system introduced by the government in order...

World safety Day: JC international proposes intensive OSH workplace policy

JC International, a leading Inspection, Rope Access and Training company has appealed to organisations to adopt an inclusive Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) workplace...
Veep launches Free SHS in Tamale

Ghana’s literacy levels gaps will improve through Free ShS policy

Mr Osei Yaw Adutwum Deputy Minister of Education says the implementation of the free senior high school was a deliberate policy by the government...
climate change

Ghana to transform climate change policy into laws

To ensure unhindered enforcement of its Climate Change policy, government of Ghana seeks to transform these policies into legally Mandatory Instruments (laws), a senior...

Government asked to cut down cost of borrowing

Government is being urged to devise policies to force the cost of borrowing down to levels below 20 percent to lubricate the business environment. The...

Government on course to achieving Free SHS Objectives

Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, on Thursday said the Government has strictly followed the guidelines issued for the implementation of the...

Catholic Bishops Urge Gov’t To Speed Up Eastern Corridor Road

The Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference (GCBC) has called on government to speed up work on the construction of the Eastern Corridor road. The Conference noted...

Gov’t of Ghana Pays Debt Own NHIS

Government has paid GH¢600 million to the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), out of its total indebtedness to the scheme, which has improved...

Finance Minister Moves Parliament To Approve Financial Policy

“Rt. Hon. Speaker, Honourable Members of Parliament, on the authority of the President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, I beg to move...
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Successive Finance Ministers Violate Petroleum Revenue Management Act

Mr Ken Ofori Atta, the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, has been called upon to include a reconciliation report on the management of...

WBCSD Launch Campaign To Create Demand For Sustainable Fuels

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has launched below50 initiative hubs in North America, South...

Countries That Lack Education Are In Darkness

Daniel Nii Ade Tagoe, the Head of Nii Ade Nkpa Family of Kokrobite-Langba and Tuba, has called on Ghanaians to celebrate the Free Senior...
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Bongo-Soe Left Out Of Main Stream Education

Mr Daniel Awunga, the Acting Headmaster of the Bongo-Soe Senior High School (SHS) in the Upper East Region, on Thursday appealed to government to...
Ex-president Mahama

Mahama Did Not Leave “A Dime” For Free SHS Students – Minister

Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Education Minister, Tuesday revealed that not ‘a single dime’ was paid for the 100,000 students enrolled under President John...

Gov’t Secures Fans To Construct Arts Schools

Government has secured funding from the Saudi Arabian government for the construction of 20 technical arts schools in all the regions of the country. Professor...

Association of Ghana Industries Want CIDA Bill Passed

Mr Rockson Kwesi Dogbegah, Chairman Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) Construction Sector, has called on Government to pass the Construction Industry Development Authority (CIDA)...

Namibian economy slows in 2016/17

Namibia's domestic economy has slowed in tandem with the regional averages, and the per capita incomes are stalling due to sluggish growth conditions during...