MoC to Block Pre-registered SIM Cards

The Ministry of Communications (MoC) has announced that provisions have been made to block all pre-registered and fraudulently registered SIM cards. According to the Ministry, the...

Importation of Excavators Banned in Ghana

The Government of Ghana has placed a temporary ban on the Importation of excavators with hopes of halting illegal mining in the country. The ban which...

Social Media Cut in Chad

Activists in Chad are demanding that the government restore access to social media after it was cut off a year ago. The restrictions were introduced on...

World Bank Pledges to Support Ghana’s Digitization Agenda

The World Bank has pledged to support Ghana’s ongoing economic programmes and policies, especially the digitisation agenda, indicating that technology continues to play a major role in our...

Visa Fees from UK to Ghana Slashed by Government

Government of Ghana in a bid to boost trade and investment has announced that Visa fee for entering Ghana from the United Kingdom has been reduced.

SONA 2019: Gov’t to Build 10 STEM Centres in Ghana- President Akufo-Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo today, during the State of Nations Address (SONA 2019) revealed that ten Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) centres are being built around the country.

Gov’t Ready to Work with Forbes to Reduce Cyber Fraud

Deputy Minister for Communications, Vincent Sowah Odotei, during the Forbes8 launch in Accra mentioned that, the Government of Ghana is ready to work with Forbes to strengthen Ghana's cybersecurity....

China Fines VPN Users

The use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) in China is prohibited beyond those officially approved (and, therefore, heavily monitored) by the government. Somehow, China still sits in the...

Kantanka Automobile Granted 10 Years Tax Holiday

After years of advocacy in promoting and projecting made in Ghana products, the Government of Ghana has finally set the pace in the Automobile industry by granting Kantanka Automobile...

Government of Ghana to Bring Back Railway Training School

In collaboration with the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), the Ministry of Railway Development is reviving the railway training school at Tarkwa in the Western Region.

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