Ghana Card Could Replace Passport- Prof. Attafuah

The National Identification Authority boss, Professor Ken Attafuah, has revealed that the Ecowas Identity Card, popularly known as the Ghana Card could become the passport with which Ghanaians can...

China Fights US Over Huawei Restriction

China has threatened to retaliate against US sanctions seen as an attempt to restrict international trade by the Chinese technology giant Huawei. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu...

Two More Radio Stations Shut Down by the NCA

Two more radio stations in Sunyani have been shut down by the National Communications Authority (NCA). The closure of Space FM and Ark FM comes on the heels...

Ghana Digital Roadmap Conference: Expanding the Local Digital Economy

On Wednesday, 15th May, Vice President Bawumia participated in Day-One of the Ghana Digital Roadmap Conference which has been themed, "Moving Ghana Beyond Aid: Expanding the Local Digital Economy’....

Federal Court Overrules AGF’s Legal Motion in MTN Nigeria Case

The Notice of Preliminary Objection filed by the AGF in response to MTN Nigeria’s lawsuit has been denied by the Federal High Court. After receiving a demand...

The NCA Shuts Down Radio Gold and Radio XYZ

Radio Gold and Radio XYZ, two pro-NDC FM stations based in Accra, were shut down yesterday by the National Communications Authority (NCA). The NCA’s justification is because...

MESTI Holds Creativity and Innovation Workshop to Build Innovation Ecosystems

The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI), in collaboration with the Embassy of Israel, organized a one-day creativity and innovation workshop targeted at institutional heads and the start-up ecosystem.

NCA Drafts QoS Regulations for Public Consultation

The National Communications Authority (NCA) released the draft Quality of Service Regulations, 2019, to the public and plans to use these guidelines to apply a Quality of Service Standards...

Government Set to Construct Ten Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) Centres in the 16...

Government of Ghana has plans in fulfilling its promise to construct 10 state-of-the-art Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) Centres this year across the 16 regions of Ghana.

Private Emails for Official Duties Banned by Gov’t

A directive has been issued by the government of Ghana, banning public officials from using their private emails to perform official duties. As a result of...

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