NEWS

Gov’t owes ECG GH¢1bn

Available statistics indicate that government owed the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) about GH¢1 billion while individuals and corporate institutions also owed the company a little over GH¢600 million as at the end of 2014

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NPP: We won’t allow Police to block social media

The opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) says it will not allow the Ghana Police to go ahead with its intended decision to block all social media platforms on Election Day. The Inspector General of Police John Kudalor has said that the Ghana Police Service is considering blocking social media platforms on November 7 to ensure peace prevails during the elections. ...

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Minister stops transfer of sex with students teachers

The decision by the Bolgatanga Municipal Director for Education to transfer two male teachers of the Bolgatanga Girls’ Senior High School (BOGISS) in the Upper East Region for their alleged involvement in a sex crime and one female teacher of same school for assaulting two girls of the institution has hit a stalemate, as the Regional Minister, Mr. Albert Abongo, has asked the GES boss to suspend the transfer

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MTN Ghana wins six prestigious telecoms awards

MTN Ghana, a telecommunications, has distinguished itself by winning six prestigious awards at the just Ghana Information Technology and Telecom Awards (GITTA) organised by Instinct Wave. MTN Ghana topped all other operators in the following categories, Telecom Operator of the Year, Best Telecom Business of the Year (MTN Business), Best Customer Service of the Year, Customer Service Team of the ...

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ECG killer bills: NDC sheds crocodile tears

With the backlash of frequent upward adjustments of electricity tariffs fuelled by the energy sector levy and additional taxes hitting hard at the government, the majority National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Parliament, led by the Chief Whip, Mohammed Mubarak Muntaka, has called on the Mahama administration to urgently intervene

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Ghana to open up DNS industry

The Ministry of Communication would soon start a process of including more private sector companies in the Ghanaian DNS industry to sell '.gh' names and expand the rather low uptake of the '.gh' domain names

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