Gov’t not willing to stop galamsey – Security Analyst

A security analyst is sceptical about government’s commitment to fighting illegal mining (galamsey). From where he stands, government is benefiting from the activities and is not willing to nip it in the bud. Speaking on The Big Issue, the President of the Institute for Security, Disaster and Emergency Studies, Dr. Ishmael …

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Labianca saga raises a number of troubling questions – Gyimah-Boadi

Co-founder and former Executive Director of CDD-Ghana, Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi says the corruption-related offences allegedly committed by Labianca Company Limited raise a number of troubling questions about the state of governance in the country. Council of State member, Eunice Jacqueline Buah Asomah-Hinneh, who owns Labianca Company, was accused by the Office of …

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Our cultural values

ANY visitor to Ghana is bound to come face-to-face with certain values in our Ghanaian cultures that govern and inform our actions. These key values are found in our languages, relationships, everyday conversations, cultural practices, artefacts, books and behaviour patterns. While old values are entrenched in our consciousness so that …

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Ban single-use plastics — Prof. Akosa

Ban single-use plastics in the country, a former Director-General of the Ghana Health Service (GHS), Prof. Agyeman-Badu Akosa, has said. He said this would help reduce the danger posed by plastic waste which has life-threatening implications on human life and the environment. Prof. Akosa was speaking at a high-level panel …

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