01November2014

News in Ghana

Media Charged To Exhibit Professionalism To Regain Public Confidence

The somehow dented image of the Ghanaian media in the eyes of the public can be regained if the media begin to exhibit standard professional ethics in their line of duty, Mr Suleman Braimah, Executive Director of Media Foundation for West Africa(MFWA), has stated.

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Mahama’s Statement On The First National Sanitation Day

Fellow countrymen and women, we have witnessed severe incidence of cholera in our country, which resulted in a needless death of some of our compatriots. The annual cycle of cholera outbreaks is linked to insanitary conditions and unacceptable socio-cultural habits, coupled with an infrastructure deficit. These deaths are indeed painful and unacceptable.

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Archbishop Of Canterbury Praises Ghana For Religious Tolerance

Most Reverend Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury has praised the religion groups in Ghana for showing tolerance and living in harmony with each other.

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Border Officials Fully Alert On Ghana’s Frontiers

The Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) at the Paga border in the Upper East Region is on high alert to contain any spill over from the disturbances currently ongoing in neighboring Burkina Faso.

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High Court Orders Striking Workers To Return To Post

The High Court (Industrial and Labour Division) has ordered all workers belonging to nine labour unions who have embarked on an indefinite strike over the Tier Two Pension Scheme to return to work immediately.

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