Nkrumah Memorial Day, 21st Sept, announced a public holiday

Government has acknowledged Nkrumah Memorial Day which falls on September 21, a public holiday.  RELATED POSTS: A declaration from the Interior Ministry said in view of the fact that September 21 falls on a Saturday, the President has declared Monday, September 23, a statutory holiday to be observed across the country.  Below is the statement.

[VIDEO]: 4 burnt beyond recognition in a ghastly car crash

Four people have been burnt to death following an accident at Yapei in the Savanna Region. The deceased, three males and one female, were occupants of a Toyota Matrix vehicle travelling from Kumasi to the Northern Region. The saloon car with registration number GE 4126 – 11 drove straight into the tipper truck which was.

Transport fares to go up by 10%

The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) says effective September 16, public transport fares will go up by 10 percent. Explaining the basis for the increment, the Union said the various components that go into the running of commercial transport services has gone up. “This is to accommodate predominantly an increase in fuel prices,” Kwame.

Xenophobic attacks: Three Ghanaians injured, five arrested in SA

Three Ghanaians have been injured in the ongoing xenophobic attacks in South Africa. A statement from the Foreign Affairs Ministry confirming the attacks said Ghana’s mission in Pretoria is ensuring that the injured Ghanaians receive the necessary medical attention. “Further to the Ministry’s Press Release of 3rd September, 2019 and in keeping with the decision to.

GHC25.5m cash missing after the sale of 1,719 cars – Report

GHc 25.5 million remained unfounded after the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) failed to account for selling around 1,719 vehicles. This includes the 2018 report from the Auditor General Office, where he revealed how 1,719 vehicles out of 2,388 vehicles between 2015 and 2017 were unaccounted for after the GRA auction. Speaking to the media, Deputy.

More buildings demolished at Ridge to make way for National Cathedral

More state buildings, from which several judges were evicted, were destroyed to pave the way for the construction of the controversial National Cathedral, which would start from the luxury Accra Ridge. Around 50 buildings, consisting of offices and houses for government officials, were demolished. The Court of Appeal judges who lived in several housing units.

Ghana Manganese Company shut down over US$300m loss

On Monday, Mr. Kweku Asamoah-Cheremeh, Minister of Land and Natural Resources, announced the cessation of the Ghana Manganese Company Limited (GMCL) operations effective August 6. The action was as a result of an initial technical and financial evaluation by the government, which showed that the country had lost more than $300 million. At a press.