The Lands and Natural Resources Minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor, has vowed to win the battle against illegal small scale gold mining, referred to locally as "galamsey". The government, he said was resolute in its commitment to stop the destruction of the environment - contamination of the water bodies and massive destruction of the country's forests and farmlands through the activities of the illegal gold miners.
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.
The Ghana's Most Beautiful Pageant has been in existence for the past fourteen years and has unearthed many talents and raised over 40 Queens for the Country. The most interesting thing about the Ghana's Most Beautiful pageant is that it raises queens who are committed to making their regions a better one.
Newmont has announced that it is going to make a capital investment of between US$750 million and US$850 million in a new mine in the Tano District of the Ahafo Region. Francois Hardy, Senior Vice President for the African Region, said the governing Board of the Mining Company, had given the greenlight to the project.
No! The boarding houses is to keep learners who are from a distance but desire to attend school of their choices. But it is now a place most learners are engaging in the act and also to force learners who finds it difficult to learns at home alone Confession from many gays and lesbians who are no more in the act says, they first did it in the boarding houses.
In 2020, the Government of Ghana began the process to search for a legacy that will increase the benefits the nation receives from mining mineral resources such as Gold, Bauxite, Diamond, Iron Ore and many more. This attempt resulted in the establishment of a Special Purpose Vehicle to lead the charge in the search of this opportunity for the country after the establishment of the Minerals Income Investment Fund (MIIF).
Asante Kotoko twelve member board yesterday met his Royal Majesty Otumfour Osei Tutu ll. During the meeting, the sad news that pops up has to do with the board chairman Dr Kwame Kyei who begged the club owner that, he wants to resign from the board but the King of Asanteman declined his request.
Accra Hearts of Oak have been rewarded for their ferocious form last season. The Ghana Premier League and FA Cup winners have received an amount of Three Hundred and Thirty Thousand Ghana Cedis (330, 000) from the Ghana Football Association. Payment has been made to Accra Hearts of Oak as confirmed by the Ghana Football Association today.
The Government of Ghana has revealed its purpose to re-submit a restructured Agyapa Royalties Agreement to Parliament for approval. Finance Minister, Hon. Ken Ofori Atta, made it clear during the inauguration of the Board of Mineral Income Investment Fund in Accra on Tuesday, October 12, 2021.
Today is world fruits The final year student showcases herself by explaining the importance of fruits at their school premises as the program was held. Countless people mystify the young girl's detailed explanation about the world fruits day. Marijana Osumane Marijana registered her opinion on fruits by saying,
Before you proceed with this article kindly follow me by clicking on the follow Option The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources and MP for the Damongo constituency, Hon. Lawyer Samuel Abu Jinapor has noted that the president of Ghana and the NPP government are not against small-scale mining but what they are against is; irresponsible small-scale mining popularly known as galamsey.
The operation of a group of illegal miners in Oseikrom, New Abirem District, Eastern Region, has been halted. The group was halted, according to Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources George Mireku Duker, "because they don't have a mining license."
Just as humans need essential minerals and nutrients for strong, healthy growth, so do the world's crops. The role of fertilizers in food production is usually underestimated. Fertilizers are food for plants. Fertilizers replace the nutrients that crops remove from the soil. Without the addition of fertilizers, crop yields and agricultural productivity would be significantly reduced.
Rebuilt Agyapa Royalties Agreement to be re-submitted to parliament. Government has revealed its aims to represent a rebuilt Agyapa Royalties Agreement to Parliament for endorsement. Ken Ofori Atta,Finance Minister spread the word about this when he initiated the Board of Mineral Income Investment Fund in Accra on Tuesday, October 12, 2021.
The Board Chairman of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Mr. Isaac Osei has stated that Ghana’s Ports are well positioned not only to be the gateway to trade in the sub region but also as transit point for the landlocked countries. This, according to him, is as a result of the fact that other countries prefer the services of Ghana’s Ports due to the availability of the requisite infrastructure and quality of service delivery.
Some illegal miners at Oseikrom in the New Abirem District in the Eastern Region of Ghana have been arrested George Mireku Duker, Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources said those people were arrested because they don’t have a license to mine. "It is in an illegal site.
The Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party in the Savanna Region has been appointed by President Akufo Addo to the governing board of the Minerals Commission. Alhaji Iddrisu Sulemana's appointment comes on the back of recent appointment of Samuel Yeyu Tika, another son of the Savanna Region and former Deputy Minister to the position of deputy CEO at the Minerals Commission.
The National Information Technology Agency (NITA) will begin registering all IT experts and operators working in the country's IT industry in January 2022. The action is part of the agency's commitment to enforcing standards, monitoring, and compliance, as well as ensuring professional and organizational certification in Ghana's IT industry.
The taskforce of Ghana National Association of Small Scale Miners (GNASSM) began an operation to expose and arrest illegal miners whose activities continue to create a mess in the mining industry on Thursday and Friday. They started the operation in some villages of Accra, Mampong, Nkatieso, Mokyere and other places.
Reports in the local media has it that, angry Kumasi Asante Kotoko board of directors have clashed with the CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah, for not informing them before offloading eight players which included Emmanuel Gyamfi. According to the report, majority of the board members voted against the dismissal of Emmanuel Gyamfi on their last meeting.