Image source: GhanaWeb
Fisheries ministry, Commission announce 2021 closed season
The closed season will start from 1 July to 31 July 2021. The artisanal and inshore fleets will implement the closed season from 1 July to 31 July 2021.
Read full article: GhanaWeb |
More news summaries from GhanaWeb
Mohammed Salisu excels in Southampton's friendly against FulhamLooking forward to being involved more next season, Mohammed Salisu has been working hard in the pre-season. Over the weekend, h... read summary
We're spending more on interest payments than even capital expenditureCassiel Ato Forson is a member of the Finance Committee of Parliament. Cassiel Ato Forson made this known during an NDC Ranking ... read summary
Ghana has cheapest internet data price in West AfricaThe report ranks Ghana's internet pricing the cheapest in West Africa and one of the cheapest in the world at an average price f... read summary
Watch Bernard Tekpetey and Elvis Manu goals for LudogoretsGhana international Bernard Tekpetey and his Ludogorets teammates. Their goals ensured that Ludogorets won 3-1 at the Lokomotiv ... read summary
Bank of Ghana warns non-compliant 'susu' operatorsThe Central Bank noted that the practice of susu collectors, taking money from individuals and keeping them in personal accounts... read summary
Trade Ministry to finalise agreement on Komenda Sugar FactoryThe sector minister, Alan Kyerematen, said the conclusion of the agreement with the strategic investor, Park Agrotech Limited, w... read summary
Black Bombers captain to face Cuban favorite Yosbany for medal slotTetteh will fight Veitia Yosbany of Cuba on Saturday. The Black Bombers captain is optimistic after he advanced to the round of ... read summary
More News Summaries...