Accra Waste Recovery Park gets 200-metric-tonne recycling plant

An ultra-modern integrated recycling and compost plant has been commissioned at the Accra Waste Recovery Park. The plant will also help to recover waste

MTN to acquire two remaining 4G spectrum lots

MTN Ghana is gearing up to acquire the two remaining 2x5MHz spectrum lots in the 800MHz band. The spectrums were left after Vodafone Ghana

Communications Ministry moves to tackle ‘deficiencies’ in SIM registrations

The Communications Ministry has moved to cure what it says are deficiencies with the existing SIM card registration regime in Ghana. The Ministry has

MTN launches “World-First” airtime top-up through WhatsApp

Calling it a world first for the telco industry, MTN has launched a WhatsApp channel to let its customers buy airtime and data bundles

NCA revokes Expresso’s operating licence

The license of Kasapa Telecoms Limited, operators of 028 numbers under the Expresso telecom brand, has been revoked since March 15, 2018. "Consequently, Kasapa

SONA 2019: Govt to launch National Automotive Policy in March

A National Automotive Policy to guide and regulate Ghana’s new automotive industry will be launch in March, President Akufo-Addo has said. This comes as

Ghana Meteorological Agency gets 10 automatic weather stations

Government on Friday inaugurated 10 installed automatic weather stations (AWS) for the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) through the Ministry of communications under its e-transform

KNUST Teaching Assistant manufactures affordable incubators

A Teaching Assistant at the Department of Animal Science of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has created an incubator for hatching

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will have the biggest display yet

Samsung is scheduled to launch the Note 10 some time in the Q2 of next year and the company has managed to keep it

UK could ban social media over suicide images – Minister warns

Social media firms could be banned if they fail to remove harmful content, the health secretary has warned. Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr