Archive: Wed Oct 2018

Embassies may soon demand digital address for visa application – Bawumia suggests

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The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has suggested that embassies operating in Ghana may soon start demanding digital addresses from Ghanaian visa applicants. Although this is not yet a government policy or a directive from embassies, Dr. Bawumia thinks this … Read more →

NDC Presidential hopefuls to meet over “absurd” filing fee

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National Democratic Congress Presidential hopeful Stephen Atubiga has revealed that his colleague presidential aspirants have scheduled a meeting for Friday November 30, over the GHC400,000 filing fee announced by the party. According to him, the meeting was triggered out of … Read more →

KNUST management, SRC meet to discuss peace on campus

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The management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has met with the school’s Students Representative Council (SRC) as well as the leadership of Universtiy Hall (Katanga) and Unity Hall (Conti) to discuss ways of ensuring lasting peace … Read more →

Parliament approves 2019 budget

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Parliament has approved the 2019 budget statement and economic policy of government after a gruelling concluding debate by the Majority Leader, Mr Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, and the Minority Leader, Mr Haruna Iddrisu. The two leaders argued on which political party was the better … Read more →

Govt set to auction abandoned state gallopers

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Government has decided to auction the gallopers parked for years at the Local Government Institute, Deputy Finance Minister Kwaku Kwarteng has revealed. The move, according to him, was necessitated by the government’s apprehension over the perception the rotting vehicles will … Read more →

Police, military show readiness for funeral rites of Ya-Na Abdulai, Andani II

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Personnel of the Ghana Police Service (GPS)  and the Ghana Armed Forces ( GAF) in the Northern Region on Thursday morning embarked on a route march through some principal streets in the Tamale metropolis. The march, code named “Operation Show … Read more →

Grandmother ‘roasts’ girl’s hand for stealing meat from soup

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As a form of punishment to prevent a 13-year-old girl from allegedly stealing meat from soup pots, her grandmother decided to thrust her left hand into fire in a coal pot, which had purposely been lit to teach the victim a lesson. … Read more →

India bans homework and heavy schoolbags to prevent spinal damage

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The Indian government has told schools to stop giving students homework and heavy books to prevent spinal damage. Weight guidelines have been issued for school bags depending on a child’s age after studies showed heavy loads can affect soft, developing … Read more →

TIN no longer prerequisite for business registration

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Tax Identification Number (TIN) will no longer be a prerequisite for the upfront registration of a business, beginning from January 2019, the Registrar-General, Mrs Jemimah Oware, has disclosed.Rather, she said, the provision of a digital address would become the new … Read more →

731 Commissioners for Oaths sworn in for Ghana Card registration

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The Judicial service has been bolstered by 731 commissioners for oaths who will be deployed for the National Identification Card (Ghana Card) registration exercise. The commissioners of oath were sworn in by the Chief Justice, Justice Sophia Akuffo last Friday. The … Read more →

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