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34 COVID-19 rapid test kits fail validation test — FDA

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) says that none of the 34 Rapid Diagnosis Test kits submitted for validation has met the national COVID-19...

COVID 19: Finance Ministry workers directed to work from home

Employees of the Finance Ministry will be working from home after they were tested for COVID-19. Their test results are yet to be made...

The Internet as A Basic Life Essential

To flatten the spread of the novel Corona virus, many Governments have had to impose varying forms of a lockdown. This has meant a...

Coronavirus: Ghana suspends consular services to Italy

Ghana has suspended its consular services to Italy following the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus in that country. A statement from the Embassy of...

Cedi appreciates 6.4% against dollar

The Ghana cedi has maintained its dominance against its major trading partners, especially the US dollar, as market updates from the First National Bank...

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I’m not Finance Minister’s son; I’m a private businessman – Tom Tom reacts to mischievous video

A Kumasi-based private businessman popularly known as TOM TOM has responded to some mischievous videos being circulated on social media by some NDC supporters...

Stakeholders collaborate to address deforestation and boost cocoa production

A stakeholders’ workshop to discuss measures to address deforestation and boost cocoa production in the Ahafo Region has been held at Goaso. It was also...

AfCFTA Secretariat rolls out ‘vision’ initiative backed by ‘super-app’

With barely two weeks left to the Extraordinary Summit of African Union Heads of State on 5th December, 2020, ahead of the expected start...

Ghana’s Port now a preferred choice of shipping lines due to operational efficiencies – Michael Luguje

The Director-General of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Michael Luguje has revealed that developments in Ghana’s ports have positioned the country at a...

Staff of Holiday Inn hotel demand payment of 8 months salary arrears

Some aggrieved staff of the Holiday Inn Hotel, Accra, have requested for payment of their salaries. The group, as part of efforts to demand their...
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