• Consumers unhappy as sachet water prices goes up

    Consumers unhappy as sachet water prices goes up0

    Some Ghanaians have spoken against the expected increase in price of sachet water which takes effect from today November 12, 2018. According to them, the increase the price of a bag of sachet water will only add to the already high cost of living in the country. The National Association of Sachet and Packaged Water Producers (NASPAWAP)

  • Ebola outbreak worst in the history of DR Congo

    Ebola outbreak worst in the history of DR Congo0

    The Democratic Republic of Congo is facing the worst Ebola outbreak in the country’s history, according to officials. Reports say more than 200 people have died from the disease since August and almost 330 confirmed. This outbreak, the second this year  began in North Kivu province before spreading to Ituri province in the east of

  • Prince Charles calls slavery an ‘indelible stain’

    Prince Charles calls slavery an ‘indelible stain’0

    The Prince of Wales has acknowledged Britain’s role in the transatlantic slave trade but stopped short of giving an official apology, which is likely to disappoint campaigners who have long called on the British Royal Family to do so. Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne and next head of the Commonwealth, is in

  • Passport forms now free- govt

    Passport forms now free- govt0

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced that passport forms are no longer for sale effective, November 1, 2018. Prospective Applicants, according to an official statement, can download a PDF version on the Ministry’s website to start their passport acquisition. “The Introduction of the PDF Form is part of measures to make Passport Forms readily

  • No increase in transport fares- GPRTU clarifies

    No increase in transport fares- GPRTU clarifies0

    The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) and the Ghana Road Transport Coordinating Council (GRTCC), have asked its members and the public to disregard a purported increase in transport fares. A group of drivers calling itself the Committed Drivers Association announced a 20 percent increase in fares yesterday [October, 29, 2018]. This according to the

  • FIFA bans Kwesi Nyantakyi for life

    FIFA bans Kwesi Nyantakyi for life0

    World Football governing body, FIFA, has ban  former President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kwesi Nyantakyi for life. FIFA, has also imposed a fine of 500,000 Swiss Francs on Mr Nyantakyi. 500,000 Swiss Francs translates to 2,414,276.46 Ghana cedis and 497,490.00 dollars respectively. Although several other football officials the world over have been banned