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Kpong Fishermen In Dynamite Fishing

Fishermen at Kpong in the Manya-Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region are said to have intensified their use of dynamite and other poisonous substances in their fishing activities, with dangerous health and environmental consequences. According to some fishmongers and consumers ...

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NATIONAL FARMERS DAY STATEMENT

On this auspicious day of National Farmers Day, Agriculture Sovereignty Ghana (ASG) wishes to extend our solidarity to indigenous and small holder farmers who are in the forefront of the production of agricultural produce for our country. They produce the ...

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SSNIT Shares In HFC Intact

A recent clarification by Eva Amegashie, Director of Public Affairs of the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) on rumours being peddled over the sale of SSNIT’s shares in HFC Bank to RBTT has helped to settle the issue ...

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Newmont’s Ahafo Dev’t Foundation Wins Africa Award

The European Union’s African Chamber of Commerce recently adjudged Newmont Ghana’s Ahafo Development Foundation (NADeF) as the best social impact investment vehicle in Africa. The award recognises the contribution NADeF has made towards improving lives and supporting sustainable socio-economic development ...

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Gov’t’s silence on AGA mine shutdown worrying – TWN

The Third World Network (TWN) Africa, a civil society group, has stressed that government’s silence on closure of the AngloGold Ashanti (AGA) mine suggests that it was an agreement with the mine’s intention to shut down the mine for what ...

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Ashanti Youth Association Tackles Kennedy Agyapong’s Hogwash

Ladies Gentlemen of the media; We have closely watched over the past few years the endless and groundless attempt by politicians to exploit, undermine and malign Asantes. It is indeed, a large and loud concern of many folks who are ...

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Congratulating The Ghanaian Farmer!

For sometime now, it has been the political language in Ghana that agriculture is the backbone of the Ghanaian economy. And therefore, just as a human being cannot live without the backbone, there could be no any meaningful development in ...

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Presby Moderator commissions water projects for Northern and Upper presbyteries

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian church of Ghana, Right Reverend Professor Emmanuel Martey, has commissioned two water projects for the Northern and Upper Presbyteries of the Church at Tamale and Bolga respectively at the cost of ...

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Koforidua School For The Deaf Gets Facelift From The Sangy Foundation

Out of the many needy disability educational institutions in the country, The Sangy Foundation led by its Vice President, Sara Nana Yeboah and a team of volunteers have given a deserving facelift to various dilapidated facilities on the campus of ...

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Dr Tetteh bemoans poor hygiene and sanitation in Ghana

Accra, Dec 02, GNA – The Rev Dr Lawrence Tetteh, the President of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach, said on Tuesday that poor hygiene in the country had led to the outbreak of infectious diseases such as cholera.   He said ...

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