2014

 

Joy Business Van grabs award

Joy Business has chalked another milestone with its three minutes news feature, the JOY BUSINESS VAN. The segment of the JOY BUSINESS REPORT was adjudged the Entrepreneur Business Programme of ... more
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Petroleum Ministry commissions two laboratories at KNUST

The Ministry of Petroleum through its Oil and Gas Capacity Building Project (OGCBP) last week commissioned two states of the art laboratories, a chemical and petrochemical laboratories for Kwame Nkrumah ... more
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EC hauled to court over ROPAA

A US-based advocacy group has filed a suit at the High Court praying the court to cause the Electoral Commission to immediately implement the Representation of the People Amendment Act ... more
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Ebola leaves a painful legacy for survivors in Sierra Leone

Take a flight of stone steps to the third floor of a narrow building in downtown Freetown and youll arrive at a small room with billowing purple curtains, where a ... more
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Mahama has created more than 800,000 jobs

In response to criticisms of a poor job-creation record, the government pointed out jobs it has created since 2013. By Joy News estimates they are at least 800,000 jobs. In ... more
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MANASSEHS FOLDER: How ethnocentric NPP fuels NDCs tribal politics

In February 2014, I delivered a speech at the Springboard Road Show in Tamale. When the time came for questions from the audience, one young man wanted to know why ... more
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Video: Mahama will win and keep me as Sports minister till 2020 - Vanderpuye

Nii Lante Vanderpuye says he is very optimistic of a John Mahama victory in the presidential elections so he can continue his work as Sports Minister for as long as ... more
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Plan to encourage Islamic banking faces setback

Efforts by the Bank of Ghana to encourage the establishment of an Islamic bank have been dashed as the provisional license that was granted to a Saudi Arabia-based financial institution ... more
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Kumasi City Mall project chalks one million accident free hours

The main Contractor working on the Kumasi City Mall project, WHBO has clocked one million man hours of work without any lost time injury - a feat considered in the ... more
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2015 economic growth slows marginally to 3.9%

Ghanas economic growth for 2015 went down marginally compared to 2014, with figures from the Ghana Statistical Service Wednesday showing growth, including oil, reducing marginally to 3.9 percent from 4 ... more
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Todays front pages: Thursday April 28, 2016

RENT STRETCHES WORKERS INCOME The recently-stoked debate about how to address the high home-rental charges in some major cities in the country, following an initiative by the Ministry of Water ... more
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Up to $800m of IS funds ’destroyed by strikes’

Up to $800m (550m) in cash held by so-called Islamic State (IS) has been destroyed in air strikes, a US military official says. Maj Gen Peter Gersten, who is based ... more
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