Monthly Archives: June 2020

MESTI stops operations of United Steel and others to address pollution challenges

    The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation has stop United Steel Company, a private steel manufacturing company, and some others from operating unless they provide a roadmap to address their poor pollution management.     The others are, Rider Steel Company and Success Aluminum Limited all in the Free Zones Enclave, whose

Ghana marks Day of Scientific Renaissance of Africa

Accra As Africans mark the Day of Scientific Renaissance of Africa (DSRA) today, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, has said science and technology is vital for national development.   He said the nation, therefore, needed to recommit to the application of science and technology for it socio-economic development.   June

COVID-19: Ghana can’t be protecting citizens from less risk Togo

  Aflao (V/R) The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has described as untenable, explanations that recent military deployment to Ghana’s eastern borders was to protect the citizenry against COVID-19.   The Party said neighbouring Togo did not pose much COVID-19 threat to Ghana because the case count there was far below what Ghana had recorded.  

Ghana’s COVID-19 case count is 17,741

Accra Ghana has recorded 390 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the tally to 17,741, as at Monday, June 29, 2020, the Ghana Health Service’s Director-General, Dr Patrick Kuma Aboagye, has reported.   With 13,269 recoveries, representing 74.8 per cent of the total positive cases recorded, there are 4,361 active cases with the patients receiving treatment

COVID-19: Recovery cases are our strongest sign of hope – Dr Okoe Boye

  Hohoe (V/R)  Dr Bernard Okoe Boye, the Deputy Minister of Health, has said Ghana’s COVID-19 recovery cases remains the strongest sign of hope for the country in the fight to curb of spread of the disease.   “Our recovery cases are our strongest sign of hope that the virus can be defeated” and urged