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  • NEW MUSIC: PAM IS OUT WITH “DO ME

    Ghanaian female songstress who recently released a top-charting song "Makoma" is here with a new one. Accoring to the singer who was much appreciated by Becca of Zylofon Media and encouraged to work more harder she reveals this time around she wants to keep us on the dance floor. She labels this new jam "Do Me" as it was produced by Dr. Ray Beats. Enjoy it below.
  • TAX FOR ARTS INDUSTRY: HIPLIFE ARTISTE DONZY CHAKA TASKS COLLEAGUE TO COMPLY

    Hiplife act, donzy Chaka is not part of the unwilling entertainers who wants nothing to do with taxes. For him, it is the mandate of every profit or income earning citizen to pay taxes as his way of contributing to the economy’s development. The issue of taxation among stakeholders of the arts and creatives fraternity has been a matter of discussion for weeks now ever since the Ghana Revenue authority stated...
  • Harnessing Nuclear Power: Calls intensify for Ghana to introduce nuclear energy

    As Ghana continuous to grapple with its energy needs with the dry season fast approaching some Ghanaian nuclear science students from the Tomsk Polytechnic University in Russia have called on President Akufo Addo to fast track Ghana’s efforts at building a Nuclear Power Plant. Ghana in the last few days has seen persistent power outages at various parts of the country and Kweku Temeng of our business desk who travelled to...
  • TOILET FORUM: ADDRESS INEQUALITY WHEN IT COMES TO ACCESSING TOILETS – DR. BADU SARKODIE

    Meanwhile Director of Public Health at the Ghana health service, Badu Sarkodie has called for the urgent need to address the inequalities when it comes to accessing toilet facilities in the country. According to him, adequate steps must be taken to provide adequate toilet facilities and other basic amenities to citizens in key areas such as schools, hospitals and homes Though the last cholera outbreak recorded in the country was in 2016,...
  • NDC FLAGBEARER RACE: ASPIRANTS TO COUGH UP 400,000 CEDIS AS FILING FEES

    The race for the flagbearership position of the NDC has officially opened. And it clearly a battle to separate the men from the boys. Aspirants seeking the secure the mandate of the party will need to cough up 20,000 cedis as nomination fees and a whopping 400,000 Ghana cedis when filling their nominations. Meanwhile the presidential primaries for the party will be held on the 19th January, 2019 at all 275...
  • NDUOM INSPIRES STAFF: GN BANK OWNER tells employees to be resolute

    Business magnate Papa Kwesi Nduom has urged his staff not to give up despite the challenges his bank, GN Bank, appears to be going through. Ndoum, in a subtle attack on the Central Bank, he compared the measures being adopted by the Bank of Ghana in cleaning the financial sector to an approach taken by the Liberia Central bank when they had to deal with a similar situation. Addressing staff of his...
  • HIGH TAXES: GUTA LAMENTS HIGH COST OF DOING BUSINESS IN GHANA

    The Public Relations Manager of the Ghana Union of Traders Associations, Joseph Paddy, has told GH one business traders and importers in Ghana would continue to rob the tax system at the various ports in the country if government does not institute measures to reduce taxes. He adds cost of doing business in Ghana has gone so high, a situation which is making most indigenous businesses uncompetitive. According to the GUTA executive,...
  • A Film On Child Trafficking “ALEMA” Is Set To Be On Your Screens Anytime Soon

    For decades, countries in Africa have been saddled with issues of child trafficking. In the past few years, the problem has been increasing. In the 2014 Global report by UN, children trafficking increased by 5% from 2007-2010. Child trafficking has become an international problem affecting millions of people and many countries around the world. This is why; a well-established screen entertainment production group, International Entertainment Group (IEG) set to produce its first...
  • PLANTING FOR FOOD AND JOBS: PROJECTED RESULTS TO STALL- EVALUATION MIN.

    The Ministry for Monitoring and Evaluation fears government's intended outcome for the Planting for Food and Jobs may stall owing to some challenges in the sector. The Results Framework for High Priorities monitoring instrument has unearthed challenges to do with smuggling of fertilizers, inadequate storage of seeds among others. The Planting for Food and Jobs five-year policy programme is to contribute to modernization of agriculture sector that will lead to structural transformation...
  • VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: PLAN INT’L ADVOCATES PROSECUTION OF PERPETRATORS

    Despite the adoption of the Convention of the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women by the UN general assembly in 1979, violence against women and girls remains a pervasive problem worldwide. This, according to the Country director of Plan Ghana, Solomon Tesfamariam, is threatening the campaign against eliminating discrimination against women and girls. Issues of defilement, rape, physical assault, domestic violence, child marriage among others, constitute violence against women's girls. According...