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Formalizing the informal sector and developing basic infrastructure are among reasons why government is developing a national policy to handle all related activities within the...

Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has said government will continue to pursue prudent macroeconomic policies for a stable environment that will lead to expanded economic...

The Tamale interchange project, Nalerigu-Bunkpurugu, Tamale-Salaga-Bimbilla, Yendi- Tatale, Karaga-Gushegu and the Wulugu-Kpasenpke-Wa roads are some major infrastructural projects expected to be commenced in the Northern...

Residents of extremely hot areas have been advised to paint their roofs white, which is poor at absorbing heat, to help reduce heat in their...


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The national female under 17 team, the Black Maidens made it two wins out of two at the ongoing FIFA under 17 world cup in...

The female national under 17 team, the Black Maidens outclassed host Uruguay in their group A opener at the FIFA under 17 women’s world cup...

The Female national Under 17 team, the Black Maidens of Ghana will kick off their sixth successive FIFA Under 17 tournament in Uruguay tonight against...

The University for Development Studies has made Ghana proud by winning gold in men’s football at the West Africa Inter-University Games in Port Harcourt, Nigeria....

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BLACK MAIDENS QUALIFY TO THE NEXT ROUND OF FIFA UNDER 17 WORLD CUP

The national female under 17 team, the Black Maidens made it two wins out of two at the ongoing FIFA under 17 world cup in...

MOTI ENGAGES STAKEHOLDERS IN TAMALE ON THE MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES DRAFT POLICY.

Formalizing the informal sector and developing basic infrastructure are among reasons why government is developing a national policy to handle all related activities within the...

GOVERNMENT TO PURSUE PRUDENT MACROECONOMIC POLICIES FOR A STABLE ENVIRONMENT, SAYS FINANCE MINISTER AS HE PRESENTS 2019 BUDGET.

Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has said government will continue to pursue prudent macroeconomic policies for a stable environment that will lead to expanded economic...

TAMALE INTERCHANGE AND PHASE TWO OF AIRPORT EXPANSION ARE AMONG INFRASTRUCTURAL PROJECTS CAPTURED IN GOVERNMENT’S 2019 BUDGET.

The Tamale interchange project, Nalerigu-Bunkpurugu, Tamale-Salaga-Bimbilla, Yendi- Tatale, Karaga-Gushegu and the Wulugu-Kpasenpke-Wa roads are some major infrastructural projects expected to be commenced in the Northern...

RESIDENTS OF EXTREMELY HOT AREAS ADVISED TO PAINT THEIR ROOFS WHITE TO DEAL WITH INCREASING HEAT.

Residents of extremely hot areas have been advised to paint their roofs white, which is poor at absorbing heat, to help reduce heat in their...

DEPUTY IGP CALLS FOR MORE PROFESSIONALISM FROM POLICE PERSONNEL IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLICIT DRUG TRADE

The Deputy Inspector General of Police, COP. James Oppong Boanuh has admonished police personnel across the country to exhibit fairness, firmness and professionalism in the...

International

Pastor’s televised rape trial shocks South Africa

A televised rape trial in South Africa has prompted a furious public backlash after a witness - who says she was raped by her pastor...

Khashoggi murder planned days ahead, says Turkey’s Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told MPs from his ruling party that the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was planned days in advance. He...

Caravan of migrants grows ahead of push into Mexico

Thousands of people travelling from Central American nations to try to enter the US have resumed their journey from southern Mexico to the US border....

Nnamdi Kanu: Nigerian separatist leader resurfaces in Israel

Missing Nigerian separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu has resurfaced in Israel more than a year after soldiers stormed his home. "I'm in Israel," Mr Kanu said...

Nigerian politician Ibori loses appeal against UK graft conviction

British authorities are expected to resume efforts to confiscate tens of millions of dollars' worth of assets belonging to former Nigerian state governor James Ibori...

Abiy Ahmed: Protesting Ethiopian soldiers wanted to kill me

Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said that some of the soldiers who entered the grounds of his office last week had wanted to kill...