Sports Ministry demand Milovan Rejavac sacking
Sports ministry holds emergency meeting with GFA over Black Stars AFCON disaster
Ghana to face Nigeria in FIFA World Cup playoffs
Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac is reportedly still at post as Ghana Football Association (GFA) gives Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) ultimatum regarding the sacking of the coach.
GHS relaxes COVID-19 guidelines at KIA
Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated travelers do not need full vaccination proof to enter Ghana-GHS
Govt urged to be consistent with COVID-19 protocols to attract international tourists
Aviation analyst Sean Mendes has asked government to stick to the policies and guidelines it makes with regards to travels so as to boost traveller confidence.
The management of State Housing Company (SHC) has given the assurance that it is assessing the situation at Apiate in the Bogosso area of the Western Region to come out with modalities as to build cement or brick houses for the victims of the last Thursday, January 20, dynamite explosion leading to the loss of lives and properties.
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The Coalition of Concerned Teachers (CCT) is calling on the Ministry of Education to reduce the number of weeks done by basic schools and Kindergarten from 42 weeks to at least 30 or 27 weeks in a year.
First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei-Owusu has said that although the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has a Majority following the decision of the Independent lawmaker who is the Second Deputy Speaker, to do business with them, they still need the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin in the seat to be able to take decisions and make the slim majority count.
GSA to roll out a Ghana Automotive Code
‘Okada’ cause about 50% of road accidents – Prof Dodoo
Regulation of Okada would help create jobs - Prof Dodoo
Director-General of the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA), Prof Alex Dodoo has disclosed that his entity would soon roll out the Ghana Automotive Code to help regulate the activities of motorcyclists particularly ‘Okada’ riders in the country.