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New details emerged on Friday about an American plane, owned by a small community bank in Utah and mysteriously parked this week at Tehran’s airport, showing that it had been leased by a Ghanaian mining company owned by a brother of Ghana’s president.
Buffeted by questions about why an American plane was in Tehran, Iran’s Foreign Ministry said on Friday that the plane had been used to transport top Ghanaian officials as part of a broader push to expand cooperation between the two countries. Read more...
Paragliding has added to the country’s domestic tourism by enriching the local economy, generating income, reducing poverty and promoting national cohesion.It is an aviation sport, which had provided a fresh impetuous for the nation’s domestic tourism delivery, as an integral part of the Kwahu Easter festival. The Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Mrs Elizabeth Ofosu-Agyare said this at the launch of the ninth Okwahu Paragliding Festival on the Odwenanoma Mountain at Atibie, in the Kwahu South District.
The Cape Coast chapter of the Polytechnic Teachers’ Association of Ghana (POTAG) has threatened to embark on a strike by the end of April if government fails to take appropriate measures to pay them their book and research allowance.According to the Association, government has failed to address discrepancies in their book and research allowance. Read more...
About 20 households in the Bawku West District has been displaced after heavy down pour amidst storms destroyed their homes.The storm hit the district on Thursday and destroyed a number of properties valued at about GH¢34,000.The communities affected included Sapeliga,Googo,Gbegizoa, and Galaka.
The election of Mr. Paul Afoko, Kwabena Agyepong and the other executives of the opposition New patriotic Party at its conference in Tamale last week appeared not to have only ruffled the feathers of heavyweights in ruling National Democratic Congress, but has also forced stalwarts to shop for formidable party men and women to combat any possible threat the new NPP executives will pose.
From next month clients are likely to pay more for any service rendered to them by a bank.Joy Business gathers that the commercial banks together with the Ghana Revenue Authority have now agreed for the tax on their service to be implemented from May instead of this month.This could mean that the cost of some services offered by the financial institutions could go up by 17.5 percent unless they decide to absorb the cost.