Renaissance Sportive Berkane have departed Morocco for Ghana for the CAF Confederation Cup first round first leg fixture against Ashanti Gold SC.The two teams will lock horns at the Len Clay stadium in Obuasi on Saturday.The Volcano Club left Berkane on Monday evening and are expected to arrive in Ghana on Tuesday or early Wednesday.The finalists of the last edition are making the journey with a 38-man contingent with 18 players, 7 technical staff with the others being officials.Right
Omani club Dhofar FC have loaned out Ghanaian striker Lawson Bekui to Muscat Club also in Oman for one season, GHANASoccernet.com can confirm.Dhofar FC announced the deal on their Twitter handle on Monday afternoon.The former Dreams FC forward has spent the previous two seasons on loan at Finnish side AC Kajaani and Politehnica Iasi in Romania respectively.The 25-year-old scored three goals in nine games in the Finnish second-tier last season.Bekui joined the Omani outfit in the
Affiliates of the University Hall, Katanga of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) are calling on government and the University management, to as a matter of urgency put a roadmap in place to implement government’s decision that the University Hall should be made an all-male Hall.
The Omanhene of the Techiman Tradional Council, Oseadeeyo Akumfi Ameyaw IV, has commended government for consistently holding townhalls as a way of engaging with the people. He said the platform
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Former President John Mahama Former President John Mahama in 2016 openly admitted that the banking sector under his watch was crumbling due to poor supervision from the Bank of Ghana.
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Ghana are Africa’s second biggest exporter of footballers in 2019 according to a survey by CIES Football Observatory monthly report.Brazil is clearly at the summit of the rankings for countries exporting footballers.According to CIES report, the South American giants have a total of 1,330 players playing in 147 leagues across the globe.Brazilians are present in 85 associations out of 98. This reflects the unique role played by Brazil in supplying professional footballers worldwide.With
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has given his assent to the Vigilantism and Related Offences Act, 2019, which bans acts of vigilantism in Ghana, disbands vigilante groups, including political party vigilante groups and land guards. According to President Akufo-Addo, “a person who directly or indirectly instigates or solicits the activity of a vigilante, facilitates or …
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Uber recently marked its third year of operations in Ghana and as we look back on Uber’s tangible impact on an economy with historically high unemployment, there is no doubt that Ghana is one of our most important markets. According to the ride service hailing service providers, fares for their UberX services will be dropped […]
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The Tema-Aflao road which forms part of the Abidjan-Lagos corridor will be expanded from two lanes to six lanes, an environmental and climate climate change consultant has revealed. “There will be three lanes in and three lanes out. This means that the width of the road will take 100 meters with 50 meters on each […]
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Health Minister, Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, is expected to be summoned before parliament by the minority to answer questions on why government has abandoned the construction of some district hospitals in the Ashanti Region. A forensic audit into the construction of hospitals in the Kumawu, Fomena and Tepa districts did not find any wrongdoing, but those projects …
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The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says no effort is being made to suppress freedom of expression in Ghana, as the continuing vitality of the Ghanaian media and the intense diversity of the public discourse remain some of the most internationally admired traits of Ghanaian democracy. “Ghanaians are, today, as they have been doing for […]
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