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8,208 Basic Schools need urgent refurbishment

THE Government has identified about 8,000 basic schools that need urgent refurbishment, and would need about $200 million to renovate dilapidated basic school structures across the country.

SOS for ambulance Service

By Daniel NONOR, Accra
THE Ministry of Health, as part of efforts to garner public support to resuscitate a deficient National Ambulance Service, has launched a new initiative aimed at encouraging corporate entities and the general public to contribute towards the project.

Ghana-Sudan businesses to co-operate to boost investmentsd

A TRADE fair slated for July 10-12, in Accra, would be held to introduce Sudanese and Ghanaian businesses and private corporations to tap into the huge business opportunities existing in the two countries.

We expect a bumper harvest - NSS Director

THE Acting Executive Director of National Service Scheme (NSS), Mustapha Ussif, is optimistic of bumper harvest from its farms this year.

Kwami Sefa Kayi installs fifth incubator to mark his birthday

IN an effort to help prevent neonatal deaths and keeping pre-term babies alive, Mr Kwami Sefa Kayi, an Accra radio presenter has installed a fifth incubator at the Tamale Government hospital in the Northern Region.

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We're co-operating with GRA over tax issues - ACI Construction

ACI Construction Company Limited, a subsidiary of Agams Holdings, says it is cooperating with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) towards a speedy resolution of tax issues which resulted in the tax agency locking up the offices of the company early this week.

Limit appointment powers of the president – IEA

By John Elliot HAGAN $ Ivy Esinam TUSAH, Accra
The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA),has demanded that the appointment powers of the President be streamlined and exercised in a manner that promotes inclusivity and meritocracy in the public sector and not by party loyalty.

Zoomlion supports First Lady’s Save a Child, Save a Mother’ project

ZOOMLION Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of Zoomlion Ghana Limited, on Tuesday presented a cheque for GH₵50,000 to the First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, in support of her ‘Save a Child, Save a Mother’ project.

40 Ghanaian YALI Mandela Washington Fellows travel to US


Forty young leaders selected from more than 4,000 applicants from throughout the country are currently representing Ghana in the United States over the next six weeks as part of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).
The high-achieving cohort of Mandela Washington Fellows includes entrepreneurs, public servants and civil society members, all of whom are between the ages of 25 and 35.

80th Asafotufiami festival launched

By John Elliot HAGAN, Accra
THIS year’s Asafotufiami festival, celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Ada in the Greater-Accra Region, will be dedicated to the revamping of tourism in the area.