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Anas exposé: New Judges set to replace corrupt colleagues

Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood, is set to swear into office five new circuit judges and nine magistrates, to replace the corrupt judges who have been dismissed from the bench.

Their dismissal follows the judicial corruption exposé by investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI private investigative firm.

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Tension mounts at ridge hospital

Information gathered by The Punch reveals that some few members of the Ridge Hospital in Accra are opposing the appointment of Dr. Thomas Anaba as the new Medical Director of the hospital.

The group, who are behind camera, according to a credible source at the hospital [name put on ice] is spearheaded by the Acting Medical Director, Mr. Emmanuel Srofenyo who is using all tactics refusing to handover the seat to the newly appointed Medical Director.

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HMD-Forewin wins two best award

HMD-Forewin, a leading network of heavy machinery and building equipment suppliers operating in West Africa has won two prestigious awards, the Excellence in Customer and Construction Equipment Supplier of the Year.

The leading construction company was honoured at the recently held Ghana Construction Awards 2015.

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'We need national vision, not political vision'-NDPC boss

The Director General of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC), Dr.  Nii Moi Thompson said the economic development and structural transformation of this country wholely depends on a clear national vision rather than a political party vision.
"To be able to do all these successfully, we need a national vision not a political vision, " Dr.  Nii Moi Thompson stated.

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Copyright watchdog team declares war on piracy

A newly created Copyright Monitoring Team have been inaugurated to investigate cases in respect of copyright and undertake anti-piracy activities on the Ghanaian market.

The Minister of Justice and Attorney-General, Hon. Marietta Brew Appiah-Opong expressed worry that in spite of the positive contribution of the creative industries to the society, authors or creators are sometimes unable to enjoy the benefits of their toil.

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Ghana Shippers’ Authority, Borderless Alliance to introduce e-platform-Dr. Mbiah

Dr. Emmanuel Kofi Mbiah, Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers’ Authority [GSA] has said his outfit in conjunction with Borderless Alliance has started plans to roll out an electronic mobile platform to deal with nontariff trade barriers across the sub-region.

Dr. Mbiah mentioned the lack of increased trade activities among West and Central African countries which has been pegged around 9percent is very low for the Africa continent of about 400million population.

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Why Prez Mahama celebrates kasapreko company

The President John Dramani Mahama, has join a team to commission the newly installed state of the art factory machines of the Kasapreko Company Limited in Accra.

Delivering his keynote address, President John Dramani Mahama revealed his first love encounter with Kasapreko alomo gin bitters drink somewhere 2002 when he was a Minority Leader.

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Dr. Mbiah elevated internationally

Dr. Emmanuel Kofi Mbiah, Chairman of the IMO Legal Committee has accepted an appointment to serve as a member of the governing board of the International Maritime Law Institute.

 
Dr. Mbiah, who is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Shippers Authority [GSA], expressed his deepest gratitude to Professor David Attard (Director, IMLI) and the Institute for the opportunity given him to serve as a member of the apex board.

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I've done better than my predecessors - Sports Minister

Sports Minister Dr. Ahmed Mustapha has rated his performance at the ministry as satisfactory, better than his predecessors.

The former minister of state at the presidency took over from Mahama Ayariga, who supervised Ghana’s campaign at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations in Equatorial Guinea where Ghana placed second.

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