Researchers advocate strict laws on food hygiene for vendors

Researchers at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology are advocating laws to strictly regulate sale of food on the open market. They describe existing legislation as ‘too generic’ to effectively deal with general food hygienic deficiencies. The researchers who are currently implementing the Ghana Street Food Project believe such regulatory framework would restore dwindling […]

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GH¢4 Billion Required To Purchase Fuel To Power Plants

The Power Ministry has said it requires in excess of GH¢4 billion this year to purchase fuel to power the various thermal plants generating power for the country. According to the Deputy Power Minister John Jinapor, the short term measures being taken to address the protracted load shedding are on course. He, however, said the […]

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