Education
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    UTAG strike halts academic activities at KNUST

    File photo Academic activities at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology have been…
    Business
    9 hours ago

    We’ll increase transport fares if gov’t refuses to reduce fuel prices – GPRTU

    Transport operators say they will be forced to increase transport fares following the government’s reluctance…
    Politics
    9 hours ago

    Nana Addo asks CJ to look into petition for Jean Mensa’s removal by #FixtheCountry group

    President Akufo-Addo has officially written to the Chief Justice, Kwesi Anim Yeboah, to look into…
    Crime
    9 hours ago

    7 persons arrested over shoot-out in Nima as 2 gangs clash

    The Ghana Police Service has arrested seven persons over the shoot-out in Nima on Tuesday…
    Sports
    10 hours ago

    I’ll not resign, I’m here to take Ghana to World Cup- Defiant Milovan Rajevac declares

    Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has said he will not resign despite a humiliating group-stage exit in the…
    Education
    10 hours ago

    Education Ministry secures 60 million cedis to support SHS teachers

    Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has announced that the Ministry has secured 60…
    Crime
    11 hours ago

    C/R: Army of bees invade Jeikrodua township

    Bees An army of bees have invaded Jeikrodua, a farming community in the Awutu Senya…
    Crime
    11 hours ago

    Nima violence under control – Police

    The Ghana Police Service says it has contained the violence witnessed at Nima in Accra…
    Education
    11 hours ago

    Government meets with Vice Chancellors Ghana to resolve UTAG issues

    The government is said to be in a meeting with Vice Chancellors Ghana to find a solution…
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    11 hours ago

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      Business
      9 hours ago

      We’ll increase transport fares if gov’t refuses to reduce fuel prices – GPRTU

      Transport operators say they will be forced to increase transport fares following the government’s reluctance to engage them on demands…
      Business
      2 days ago

      MoF blames e-levy ‘impasse’, ‘slim parliamentary majority’ for putting Ghana-interested investors ‘on edge’

      Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta Ghana’s Ministry of Finance has said “it is most unfortunate to note that foreign investors and…
      Business
      2 days ago

      Ghana’s economic woes not deepening; Bloomberg’s article has factual errors – Finance Ministry

      Ghana’s Ministry of Finance has discounted reports by international news organization, Bloomberg, that the country’s economy faces an imminent financial…
      Business
      2 days ago

      Fuel prices cross GH¢7 per litre mark

      The price of a litre of fuel has crossed the GH¢ 7 mark for the first time at some pumps…
      Business
      5 days ago

      Bawumia urges African central banks to connect payments switches to PAPSS

      Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia Thursday (13 January) launched the commercial operations of the Pan-African Payment and Settlement System (PAPSS) with a charge…
      Business
      5 days ago

      Fuel prices to shoot up – IES

      Fuel prices are expected to shoot up soon the Institute of Energy Security (IES) is predicting.  According to the IES…
      Business
      6 days ago

      GRA suspends reversal of benchmark value indefinitely

      The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has suspended the implementation of the reversal of the benchmark value until further notice. President…
      Business
      6 days ago

      Ghana debt moves deeper into distress as investors lose patience

      As the era of cheap money draws to an end, bondholders are no longer prepared to cut Ghana any slack.…
      Featured
      1 week ago

      AGI fights government over benchmark value discount suspension

      The Association of Ghana Industries AGI are fighting the Government over a decision to suspend the planned reversal of the…
      Local News
      1 week ago

      Transport fares to go up by 40%

      The Concerned Drivers Association of Ghana (C-DAG) has hinted of transport fares going up by 40% from Monday, January 17,…
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