Voters looking forward to another Mahama-Akufo Addo contest in 2020 By Anthony Opara   One year into his four year presidency, Ghanaian President, Nana Akufo-Addo has a 62 percent approval rating as per his handling of the affairs of government in the...
'From stable supply, we are moving to uninterruptible supply' By John Eche     Ghana's Energy Minister, Mr. Boakye Agyarko, has assured that his ministry was committed to ensuring continuous and sustainable supply of electricity in the country all through 2018. He stated this...
Pharoahs are best African team and Cuper the coach! By Tasie Theodore   LIverpool FC player and Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah has been named the African Player of the Year 2017 at the #AiteoCAFawards that was held Thursday night at the Accra...
'It is an endorsement of Ghana's pro-trade policies' By Nsikan Ikpe   The recent visit by a  German delegation to Ghana has resulted in the signing of several deals, including one for a new power plant and another for West Africa's first...
School to be closed Friday, medical probe report due Wednesday By John Eche   Concern is mounting in Ghana following confirmation that eight students of Kumasi Academy have died in controversial circumstances. On Tuesday, distraught parents stormed the school asking to be allowed...
Education Reform: Lessons from Ghana By Nsikan Ikpe As part of a deliberate effort to woo even more 'foreign' students from Nigeria and other African nations, the West African nation of Ghana is in 2018 providing a basket of support for...
Visit of European leaders results in traffic gridlock   By Richard Mammah Leadership is many things. As Africa's 55 heads of states returned to their home countries after participating in the 83-state EU-AU parley in Abidjan on Thursday, residents of Accra, had...
  Apologises to Ghana for shameful and dark era By John Eche   In a move that would clearly have gladdened the hearts of late Chief MKO Abiola and other champions of the reparations movement, the government of Denmark has apologised to Ghana...
'It is a life-threatening ordeal' By John Eche   Ghana's President, Nana Akufo-Addo has stated that the only practical way to stop and reverse the trend of illegal migration from Africa is by building a sound economy with opportunities for all. He made the...
  Reduction of high tariffs was part of campaign promise By Nsikan Ikpe   The Government of Ghana is set to reduce electricity costs all over the country, The Difference has learnt. News of the reduction was communicated by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo...

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