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The mining sector accounts for more than one-third of the country’s foreign exchange receipts, making it Ghana’s largest source foreign exchange earner.In 2015, the realized mineral revenue reported by the producing member companies of the Ghana Chamber of Mines was $3.1 billion. Continue reading →
A Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Johnson Asiama, has debunked the notion that the one Ghana pesewa coin is no longer legal tender.Many traders, especially sachet water sellers, are refusing to accept the coin. Continue reading →
Chiefs in the Western region have renewed calls for increased allocation of the oil revenue to the region.
They have expressed grave concern over what they say is the continuous disadvantage of the region despite it being home to the commercial exploration of the country’s hydro carbon resources. The calls follow the official commissioning of the Tweneboa Enyenra Ntomme [TEN] oil fields by the President on Thursday, August 18, 2016. Continue reading →
Perfect Ama Agbo, an Electrical Foreman, who was jailed three years last month for stealing Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) Transformers worth GH₡ 1,660,000.00 has appeared before an Accra High Court for bail pending appeal.Perfect is also appealing against her three- year jail term handed over to her and one Eric Yaw Darko a driver of ECG by an Accra Circuit Court. Continue reading →
The Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection has reported the founder and leader of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim, to the Accra Regional office of the Domestic Violence and Victims’ Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service, for publicly flogging two young adults in his church for fornication. Continue reading →
Major- General Obeng Boamah Akwa, the Chief of the Army Staff of the Ghana Armed Forces, has assured Ghanaians of the Army’s preparedness to provide security before, during and after the general election.Major-General Akwa said the constitutional mandate of the Armed Forces was to protect the country and it was committed to ensuring that every citizen lived without fear and panic. Continue reading →
The fundamental challenge confronting Africa is the fact that its people had spent too much time on the diagnosis of the continent’s problems and the prognosis of their conditions, the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has noted.
According to him, the current difficulties confronting the continent were not merely to identify the best practices and approaches needed to establish democratic growth and development but rather it was “time for us to devote some time to practise what we preach”. Continue reading →
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has upped its effort to stop the increasing degradation of the natural vegetation and water bodies.
Mr. Samuel Oteng, the acting Ashanti Regional Director, said this was being done through the combination of public education, monitoring and enforcement of the appropriate regulations to ensure compliance with safety standards. Continue reading →