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Chamber Of Mines Bemoans Low Investment In

The Ghana Chamber Mines has bemoaned the proportion of funds that is injected into mining communities for development. According to the chamber, the phenomenon is the result of poor infrastructure development in mining communities, despite their contribution to the national income. Speaking to Citi Business News , the president of the chamber, Mr.

Gov’t Has Abandoned Us – Scholarship Students...

The Ghana Scholarships Secretariat's handling of beneficiaries abroad has been called into question again with Ghanaian Government Scholarship Students in China saying they have not received their stipends over the past 12 months. The students, numbering about 20, in a statement, said they have been....

Gimpa Staff Strike ‘unlawful’ – Ncte

The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has described the strike by staff and lecturers of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), over the appointment of a substantive Deputy Rector as unlawful. A convocation ceremony to elect a Deputy Rector last Thursday,....

Private School Owners Say Free Shs Policy Threatens Their Existence

The Conference of Heads of Private Second Cycle Schools (CHOPSS) has expressed worry over government’s Free Senior High School (SHS) policy that is expected to start later this year. Public Relations Officer of CHOPSS, Naphtali Kyei Baffour, said the policy when implemented will put them out of business.

Turkey To Invest In Ghana’s 1 District; 1 Factory Project

The Turkish government will partner Ghana to support the one district, one factory policy, and boost agriculture production, the Turkish Ambassador to Ghana, Nesrin Bayazit has assured. She said Turkey had the expertise and vast experience in agriculture and would enhance its cooperation with Ghana....

Akufo-addo Backs Kwesi Quartey Bid For Au

President Nana Akufo-Addo has revealed that he had no difficulty whatsoever in supporting the candidature of Thomas Kwesi Quartey for the position of Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission. The President said when former President John Mahama told him about presenting Thomas Kwesi....

Zambian Gay Rights Dispute Erupts Over Football

Lusaka (AFP) - A proposal by Zambian football authorities to ban discrimination against gays and lesbians has kicked off a dispute over homosexuality, which is illegal in the country and widely seen as immoral. The new draft constitution of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) contains a clause....

Gauteng ANC throws its weight behind Gordhan

Johannesburg – The ANC in Gauteng has come out with guns blazing in support of embattled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Any moves to remove him from his crucial position would amount to scapegoating, it said. It also commended him for his “sterling work” in the national treasury.


Developers due to meet Cork city councillors .. Cork City Council is to be updated today on the stalled Events Centre by developers BAM .. Last month , it was announed that new internal designs for the venue had been drawn up and it was indicated that more funding would be needed for the project.

Marine Le Pen could have just been handed VICTORY as rival Macron causes FURY with gaffe

| UPDATED: 07:16, Mon, Feb 20, 2017 Siobhan McFadyen The 38-year-old, who is married to his former high school teacher, spoke about France's control of Algeria this week but his remarks have backfired spectacularly and he's been forced to apologise. He was referencing French rule in Algeria which....

Trump's FCC Chair Praises Amazon Prime, Possibly Violating Same Ethics Rules as Kellyanne Conway

GIF: Getty/Gizmodo. In what appears to be a violation of the federal ethics rule that prohibits a government employee from using "his public office for his own private gain, for the endorsement of any product," Ajit Pai , the controversial new chair of the FCC tweeted and subsequently deleted praise for Amazon's PrimeNow service.

True Balance raises Rs. 100 crore in Series B funding

New Delhi [India], Feb 20 (ANI): India’s top mobile balance management service app True Balance on Monday announced that it has raised a sum of Rs. 100 crore in Series B round of funding from Softbank Ventures Korea. The company announced that some renowned VCs came only after eight months since....

BSE Telangana SSC 2017 Time Table Released

Board of Secondary Education, Telangana, Hyderabad, has released the exam time table of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Public Examinations 2017. The time table has been released on the official website Candidates can download the time table by following some simple steps.

Foreign tourists arriving in India to get pre-loaded SIM cards with data and talktime

The Indian government is taking essential steps to ensure the safety and well-being of foreign tourists arriving in India. Earlier, they launched a tourist helpline number (1800111363) in 12 foreign languages which works round-the-clock to ensure foreigners who come here can reach out to the concerned authorities in a language they are fluent in.

BMC Elections 2017: No threat to BJP-Shiv Sena alliance, maintains Devendra Fadnavis

Mumbai, Feb 20: Ahead of the crucial BMC elections 2017, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis sharpened its attack on Shiv Sena and said the corruption in the municipal corporation and lack of transparency led to the break up of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Uddhav Thackeray led party.

Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2017 LIVE

We have made it possible for the old person to get medicines at a cheap price: PM Modi; We are focusing on four things:- Kisan ko Sinchai, Bacchon ko Padhai, Yuvao ko Kamai, Buzurgo ko Dawai; PM Modi talks about urea availability for the farmers, talks about neem coating of the urea which prevents....

Committee on Allowances likely to raise HRA to 30 per cent

New Delhi, Feb 20: The Committee on Allowance is expected to submit its report of fatter allowances inducing House Rent Allowance or HRA under the 7th Pay Commission recommendations to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today. While the 7th Pay Commission had recommended reducing the HRA to 24 per cent....

Congress moves EC, seeks 'withdrawal, derecognition' of BJP symbol

Branding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Diwali, Ramzan bhed-bhav" remark as deplorable, Secretary of the Legal and Human Rights Department of the Congress party K.C. Mittal on Monday appealed to the Election Commission to exercise its constitutional powers and take stern action to ensure that free and fair elections are held.

MLCU December 2016-January 2016 Results declared: Download results at

MLCU December 2016-January 2016 results has declared the results at the official website Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and Communication. MLCU December 2016-January 2016 results has declared the results at the official website

Gauteng ANC throws its weight behind Gordhan

Johannesburg – The ANC in Gauteng has come out with guns blazing in support of embattled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan. Any moves to remove him from his crucial position would amount to scapegoating, it said. It also commended him for his “sterling work” in the national treasury.

Nigeria central bank's new bid to support the naira

A man counts a pile of naira notes in Abuja, Nigeria. File picture: Suzanne Plunkett/Bloomberg. Lagos - Nigeria's central bank plans to boost dollar sales for school fee payment and travel abroad so as to reduce the premium paid on the black market and support the naira, a senior banker said on Saturday.

Samsung chief's arrest a fresh blow for tech giant

Samsung Group chief, Jay Y. Lee arrives at the office of the independent counsel team in Seoul. Seoul - Samsung Group chief Jay Y Lee was arrested on Thursday over his alleged role in a corruption scandal rocking the highest levels of power in South Korea, dealing a fresh blow to the technology....

Govt okays new steel price model

Johannesburg - ArcelorMittal South Africa said on Friday that the country’s government had approved a new pricing model for flat steel products aimed at bolstering its steel sector. The steel maker was fined a record R1.5 billion in August for colluding to fix steel prices.

#Budget2017: Skills development and debt reduction top topics

Cape Town - Economists and experts expect Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget speech on Wednesday to focus on skills development, debt reduction and a curb in government spending to address the moribund economy. Janine Myburgh, president of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said a....

Standard, Investec singled out

Johannesburg - The Competition Commission has pointed to Standard Bank and Investec as two of the local banks that should be subjected to fines over alleged collusion to manipulate the rand in currency trading. The commission said in its affidavit that the two banks should be fined 10 percent of....

Parliament to consider Donald Trump's state visit to UK amid protests

MPs will consider Theresa May's decision to extend the invitation to Mr Trump in a debate being held in response to petitions signed by millions of Britons. Meanwhile demonstrations will take place across the country in support of migrants and protesting against Mr Trump, while thousands are expected to gather for a rally outside Parliament.

Funding to fight child sex exploitation

NEW funding could help police and partner agencies tackle child exploitation. This week, the Government announced £40 million to protect children and young people from sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking, and to crack down on offenders. The funding will go towards a new Centre of Expertise on....

UK could review claims for asylum from child refugees in France

Officials will look again at claims from children who had previously been in the migrant camp in Calais if there is new information about them. The Home Office has agreed the move with the French authorities, but it will only apply for children who have family links in the UK.

ON THIS DAY: February 20

From our archives: 85 years ago. A dinner was held at the Royal Station Hotel, York, to welcome Mr and Mrs Seebohm Rowntree on their return from South America. Special guests included the Lady Mayoress of York Mrs Morrell, the Lord Mayor of York Alderman R H Vernon Wragge and the Sheriff of York Mr Arnold Rowntree.

Pavers shoe shop founder dies aged 88

A VISIONARY retailer who set up a popular York shoe shop has died aged 88. Catherine Kinloch Paver started Pavers in 1971 with a £200 loan, but leaves behind an international organisation with 160 shops across three continents. Born in May 1928 Cathy, as she was known, was one of five children....

UK is Europe's third most traffic-congested country, study finds

Drivers are spending an average of 32 hours a year stuck in jams during peak periods in the UK, according to traffic information company Inrix. Researchers calculated that t he direct and indirect costs of hold-ups reached £31 billion last year, at an average of £968 per driver.
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