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CAREER-JOBS

Good news for the unemployed. A mining firm set to recruit 60% of its labour from Ghana.

The country's drive towards creating jobs for the people to lift them out of poverty has received an added impetus with the start of the operation of a new mining company at Gbane, a community in the Talensi District in the Upper East Region. The new mine, Earl International Group Ghana Limited has made it a policy to hire 60 percent of its labour force from communities in the mining operation area.

  17 days ago ago
Good news for the unemployed. A mining firm set to recruit 60% of its labour from Ghana.

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Uses Of Tiny Hole Besides Charging Port In Smartphones

Sometimes you can look at your phone and wonder what role some features play. This is what happens and you must not let ignorance overwhelm you. You are entitled to information. As the saying goes: information is power. Every day should be a good lesson for you.

  1 month ago ago
Uses Of Tiny Hole Besides Charging Port In Smartphones

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Effects of Headphones on The Ears

Gone were the days when people used to play loud music in public transport, neighborhoods and other public places from their phones causing noise pollution and disturbing the peace of people who are enjoying silence. Situations have changed now with the invention of headphones and earpieces. People no longer have to play sounds loudly to the hearing of other people when they are the only ones enjoying what is being played.

  2 months ago ago
Effects of Headphones on The Ears

ENVIRONMENT

Waste of Resources: Ghana's Austroturf finally turned into swimming pool after heavy rain in W/R.

Angel TV cameras was able to capture the scenes from Western Region as one of Ghana's Austroturf which was constructed in October 2020 has finally turned in swimming pool for small children in Western Region after heavy rain. This is a total waste of resources from the government.

  1 month ago ago
Waste of Resources: Ghana's Austroturf finally turned into swimming pool after heavy rain in W/R.

RELIGION

A society Polluted with sins

There is no doubt that at present societies suffer from various types of spiritual deviations and psychological corruption, and have failed to develop their manners at the same pace that they were able to secure material luxuries for themselves. Such societies face a great number of acute diseases that have overwhelmed the ocean of life with pains as days go by.Those who earnestly struggle to avoid pains end up intoxicated with sins and in search of refuge in the lap of lowliness to reduce their spiritual pains and anxieties.

  15 days ago ago
A society Polluted with sins

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Galamsey Operators Adopt New Strategy On Ankobra River; Time For Government To Improvise Too

The usual operations taken by the Galamsey Taskforce at the various mining districts, especially those along river bodies could go waste given the fact that these recalcitrant illegal miners had improved to prevent their machinery from getting destroyed. As smart as they can be, these galamsey operators [illegal miners] are not threatened by the fierce operations of the security officers who go on usual patrols on the Ankobra river in the Nzema area of the Western Region.

  2 months ago ago
Galamsey Operators Adopt New Strategy On Ankobra River; Time For Government To Improvise Too

ENVIRONMENT

10 Most Polluted Countries in Africa: Is Your Country In?

Pollution can be defined as the introduction or presence of harmful substances or contaminants into the natural environment that causes adverse effects. It may be harmful to humans, animals and plants. Every continent has realized that pollution is a major concern and Africa is of no exception.

  1 month ago ago
10 Most Polluted Countries in Africa: Is Your Country In?

ENVIRONMENT

River Bodies that at still in 'Tea' Situation in Ghana

The fight of illegal mining in the country is still not over. Some people do believe that, Ghana will soon import drinking water since the water bodies in the country are in really bad shape. Illegal miners use the river bodies to help them extract natural resources from the land.

  1 month ago ago
River Bodies that at still in 'Tea' Situation in Ghana

AUTO

Wonders: Young Boy Creates A Noise-Free Motorbike

A video making rounds on social media shows a young boy who has created a wooden motorbike. Not that the creation of the motorbike is something out of the world, but in reality, the motorbike is solar-powered and also noise-free. In an era where governments around the world are looking at reducing the dependency on fossil fuel to promote environmental sustainability, this creation by this young boy, who was identified only as Samuel is something worth taking up.

  1 month ago ago
Wonders: Young Boy Creates A Noise-Free Motorbike

SOCIETY

Fix our roads. Soil erosion is destroying our cars and pipelines: Residents in Kumasi

Residents in Canaan, a suburb in Kumasi are pleading with the government to fix their roads for them. According to them, the roads are in a miserable stage and it is hard for vehicles to use them. Each and everyday, vehicles get stack or get fault using the stretch.

  1 month ago ago
Fix our roads. Soil erosion is destroying our cars and pipelines: Residents in Kumasi

ENVIRONMENT

Galamsey Fight: Government Should Be Sued For Polluting Our Waters Too

We have for long, overlooked the recklessness of the government agencies combating illegal mining popularly referred to as galamsey, in the country. Yes, their directive has been to either confiscate or destroy mining equipment used in illegal mining operations. As much as we commend this action, we must be desirous of ensuring that the actions of the anti-galamsey taskforce do not affect the natural habit in the process.

  1 month ago ago
Galamsey Fight: Government Should Be Sued For Polluting Our Waters Too

ENVIRONMENT

Researchers Train Cows To Use Toilet To Help Manage Their Waste.

Researchers have managed to train cows to use a toilet in an attempt to reduce ammonia emissions caused by their waste. News cited on Skynews Twitter platform on Monday, 13th September, 2021 reported and educates how a new study, scientists found the animals can be potty-trained, allowing their waste to be collected and treated.

  1 month ago ago
Researchers Train Cows To Use Toilet To Help Manage Their Waste.

SOCIETY

Woman Cought Exporting Rotting Chicken.

The domestic chicken is one of the most prevalent and widely used domestic animals. Humans consume and some individuals use them as pets. For business sake, individuals slaughter these animals keep them cold for long term sales which is causing more harm than good to society. The issue of preservation and sailing of frozen chicken hasn't been solved yet then just this week two individuals have been arrested in possession of rotting chicken, Oh!

  1 month ago ago
Woman Cought Exporting Rotting Chicken.

ENVIRONMENT

Current nature of River Ankobra after illegal miners have been spotted doing operation

It is sad to say that, after the government fought fiercely to stop the illegal mining activities on our river bodies, the river has still not been changed to natural stage after months of no mining. The state of the river is very muddy and brown. Water should be something colourless but this river is something else.

  2 months ago ago
Current nature of River Ankobra after illegal miners have been spotted doing operation

SCIENCE-HIGHTECH

LPG has no smell- Be Informed Today Of What It Is You Smell

Today, I plan to share with you a very interesting piece of information, one that has eluded most of us for a very long time. Liquified Petroleum Gas(L.P.G) is a very useful component of crude oil that is made up of mainly propane and butane.

  1 month ago ago
LPG has no smell- Be Informed Today Of What It Is You Smell

ENVIRONMENT

Environmental Health Experts call on government, CSOs to prioritized environmental health

Environmental Health Experts call on government, CSOs to prioritized environmental health in their scheme of preference Ghana over the weekend join millions of people across the globe to observed the 2021 edition of the World Environmental Health Day in Accra with a call on government and stakeholders to prioritized environmental health in their scheme of preference.

  28 days ago ago
Environmental Health Experts call on government, CSOs to prioritized environmental health

ENVIRONMENT

90% of bottled water is infected globally

More than 90% of bottled water is contaminated, all of which comes from a study of water samples from the world's leading bottled water brands such as Aquafina and Evian, as well as Indian products such as Bisleri. More than 90% of bottled water is contaminated, all of which comes from a study of water samples from the world's leading bottled water brands such as Aquafina and Evian, as well as Indian products such as Bisleri.

  1 month ago ago
90% of bottled water is infected globally

ENVIRONMENT

Drinking for Survival; Pictures of Ghanaians Sharing Drinking Water With Animals Will Amaze You

The government is formed in a country so that people will have a focal point from which their challenges could be addressed. The relationship between a government and its people is mutual. The citizens are obligated to contribute the resources needed to run the country to the government.

  2 months ago ago
Drinking for Survival; Pictures of Ghanaians Sharing Drinking Water With Animals Will Amaze You

ENVIRONMENT

Air pollution can kill 60,000 people by 2030

If climate change is not addressed, it is expected to increase the number of deaths from air pollution by up to 60,000 by 2030 and 260,000 by 2100 globally, a study has claimed. If climate change is not addressed, it is expected to increase the number of deaths from air pollution by up to 60,000 by 2030 and 260,000 by 2100 globally, a study has claimed.

  1 month ago ago
Air pollution can kill 60,000 people by 2030

ENVIRONMENT

Water is Life; It Hurts When I see my Constituents Struggle Over Portable Water - Dr. Minta Nyarku

The provision and management of water resources in Ghana has been the sole responsibility of the Government of Ghana. This responsibility has been very difficult for government to be able to meet up the growing demands of water by the ever growing population in Ghana. Non-Governmental Organizations as well as some corporate bodies have contributed to making portable water available to some inhabitants across the country as part of their corporate social responsibility initiatives.

  2 months ago ago
Water is Life; It Hurts When I see my Constituents Struggle Over Portable Water - Dr. Minta Nyarku