SCHOOL CHILDREN TO ENJOY FREE COCOA DRINKS

School children in Ghana will, in the coming days, enjoy free cocoa drinks to be supplied by All Day Natural Cocoa Powder.

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ISSER LAUNCHES STATE OF THE GHANAIAN ECONOMY REPORT 2O16

The 26th edition of the State of the Ghanaian Economy Report was, yesterday, launched in Accra.

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DEPUTY ENERGY MINISTER LAUNCHES ONE OXFAM PLATFORM IN ACCRA

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been urged to eschew the tendency of turning such organizations into family properties and to recruit professionals who would work to build good images for their organizations and contribute positively to Ghana’s democratic development.

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GOVERNMENT IS COMMITTED TO CURBING THREAT OF ILLEGAL MINING ACTIVITIES—HON.AMEWU

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, John Peter Amewu, has given the assurance that government was implementing certain initiatives to minimize, if not completely stem, the menace of illegal mining(galamsey), mindful of its threat to security and society.

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Information Ministry proposes Development Communication Fund

The Ministry of Information is considering the establishment  a Development Communication Fund, as part of efforts to secure adequate  revenue  for activities that would keep the citizenry better informed to engender their active participation in the development processes.

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FREE SHS BENEFICIARIES MOB PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO

Hundreds of first year’s students from senior high schools, technical and vocational institutions in the three Northern Regions, yesterday, lined up along the principal streets of the Regions to express their appreciation to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, for the implementation of Free Senior High School policy.

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GHANA CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE SUMMIT HELD IN ACCRA

The maiden edition of the Ghana Customer Experience Summit has taken place in Accra.

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GHANA HEALTH SERVICE TO EMBARK NATIONAL CATARACT OUTREACH PROGRAM

A National Cataract Outreach Program aimed at reducing the of eye  defects is set to take off next year in all districts and communities across the country.

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