GJA Commends Govt for Laying RTI Bill in Parliament

[Ghanaian Times] The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has commended the government for laying the Right to Information Bill, 2018 in Parliament last Friday for consideration.

[Ghanaian Times] The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has commended the government for laying the Right to Information Bill, 2018 in Parliament last Friday for consideration.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

‘Arrest Ghanaian Immigrant Syndicate’

[Ghanaian Times] The Migrant Labour General Workers’ Union (MLGWU) has urged government to as a matter of urgency, initiate moves to arrest Ghanaian immigrant syndicate engaged in slavery activities against other Ghanaians in the Sahel region en route …

[Ghanaian Times] The Migrant Labour General Workers' Union (MLGWU) has urged government to as a matter of urgency, initiate moves to arrest Ghanaian immigrant syndicate engaged in slavery activities against other Ghanaians in the Sahel region en route Libya.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

2018 International World Press Freedom Day to Be Held in Ghana

[Ghanaian Times] The 2018 International World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) was yesterday launched in Accra, to among others, encourage the Ghanaian media to patronise the event.

[Ghanaian Times] The 2018 International World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) was yesterday launched in Accra, to among others, encourage the Ghanaian media to patronise the event.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

ECOWAS, EU, Others Meet in Accra Over Strategic Plan for GIS

[Ghanaian Times] A delegation from the European Union (EU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and other stakeholders have met in Accra to fine-tune a five-year strategic plan for the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS).

[Ghanaian Times] A delegation from the European Union (EU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and other stakeholders have met in Accra to fine-tune a five-year strategic plan for the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS).

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Wacam Chairman Bows Out

[Ghanaian Times] Mr John Alexander Osei, Chairman of the Executive Council of Wacam, a human rights, environmental and mining advocacy non-governmental organisation (NGO), has retired.

[Ghanaian Times] Mr John Alexander Osei, Chairman of the Executive Council of Wacam, a human rights, environmental and mining advocacy non-governmental organisation (NGO), has retired.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

PPA Reviewing AGI Construction Sector’s Request

[Ghanaian Times] The Public Procurement Authority (PPA), has responded favourably to the call of AGI Construction Sector for stakeholders to accept the use of bid declaration forms as an option or replacement of bid securities.

[Ghanaian Times] The Public Procurement Authority (PPA), has responded favourably to the call of AGI Construction Sector for stakeholders to accept the use of bid declaration forms as an option or replacement of bid securities.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

NCR Moves to Transform Banking Sector

[Ghanaian Times] NCR Corporation, a global leader in omni-channel solutions, has launched the NCR SelfServ 80 Series, a new family of ATM solutions that will help financial institutions redefine the banking experience and change the way consumers inter…

[Ghanaian Times] NCR Corporation, a global leader in omni-channel solutions, has launched the NCR SelfServ 80 Series, a new family of ATM solutions that will help financial institutions redefine the banking experience and change the way consumers interact with the ATM forever.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Will the RTI Be the Panacea for Our Information Needs?

[Ghanaian Times] The much talked about Right to Information Bill (Bill) has once again been laid before Parliament for consideration, after to and fro, that fuelled speculations that governments are unwilling to pass the bill that will bring their acti…

[Ghanaian Times] The much talked about Right to Information Bill (Bill) has once again been laid before Parliament for consideration, after to and fro, that fuelled speculations that governments are unwilling to pass the bill that will bring their actions under close scrutiny by the citizenry.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana