The latest coup in Burkina Faso is the fourth in Africa’s Sahel region in less than 18 months. The other three were carried out in August 2020 in Mali, in April 2021 in Chad, and Mali’s “coup within a coup” last May.
Ghana’s downstream petroleum regulator, the National Petroleum Authority, which is responsible for enforcing fuel quality standards on the market issued the notice below last week but it is only now getting attention.
Hungarian President Janos Ader was in Ghana for a three-day working visit. He was accompanied by his wife and other senior members of his administration. Together with his delegation, they visited the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum, where the remains of the late Ghanaian leader and that of his wife Fathia, are interred. The mausoleum also houses the works and framed photographs of the working life of Dr Nkrumah, including meetings with other world leaders.
Here we are, 2022 unfolding right before our eyes! Regardless of your situation, I can bet that two things are sure – you are eager to put in your best efforts and you look forward to getting the support of friends and family when the need arises.
I recently googled the top ten places to visit in Africa and the results were frankly refreshing. Africa as a continent is indeed blessed with numerous natural tourist settings that illustrates the peculiar designs of the Almighty.
Ghanaian social media activists were relieved after Ghana’s food safety regulator (the FDA) broke months of silence on consumer complaints about curdling canned evaporated milk made by Swiss food giant, Nestle
Related incidence of malfeasance, pilfering, documentation fraud, smuggling of goods, undervaluation (imports mispricing), and misdescription in an attempt to evade payment of appropriate import taxes are not new as far as port trade is concerned.
On April 5, 2012, the then Commander of the Accra Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU), ACP Angwubutoge Awuni, stunned the nation when he caused the arrest of the then Greater Accra Regional Minister, Nii Armah Ashitey, for disrupting a voter registration exercise.
The Leader of the Opposition ("Minority Leader") in Ghana’s “hung” Parliament, who has been a perfect picture of parliamentary due diligence so far in the matter of the stranded 2022 government budget, startled the public by announcing prematurely that he will accept a 1% e-levy rate.
“Mimi, you have lost so much weight is very bad” Mimi you have put on weight you need to do something about your weight” These two statements were made to me by the same person three years apart! It was a bit baffling when the latter statement was made, but then it dawned on me, people will always have an opinion about how you look!
Africa Education Watch in partnership with the Coalition Against Privatisation and Commercialisation of Education, the All-Africa Students Union, the National Union of Ghana Students, with support from OXFAM International, is implementing the Education Spike Campaign aimed at promoting investment in public basic education to improve quality, as commercialisation adversely impacts on access, equity and standards in pre-tertiary education.
What do you say to your husband when he tells you – “my endless, I have just been promoted! And guess what, we are moving to Belgium, and we will be there for 2 years”! As the supportive wife of an Army soldier, I was naturally happy for him.
On the 17th November 2021, the Minister of Finance of Ghana, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta presented to the parliament the statement on the 2022 national budget. Among the policies expected to be implemented is the Electronic levy (E-levy), which involves the introduction of taxes on electronic transactions such as mobile money (momo) transactions in the country.
When we vote in general elections, we vote to elect both a President in whom is vested the Executive Authority of the Republic and a Member of Parliament who, together with other Members of Parliament, get to constitute the Legislative branch of government.