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The Ghana Railway Development Authority (GRDA) has signed a US$500 million project agreement with China Railway Wuju Group Corporation (CRWG) for continuing development work on the new, standard-gauge Western Line, which will offer both passenger and freight services.

In the absence of “a valid explanation” for variations in the terms of the original agreement for construction of the Saglemi housing project, the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Gloria Akuffo, has advised the Minister of Works and Housing, Samuel Atta Akyea, to refer the matter to the “appropriate authority for criminal investigations”.

The Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has described as unfortunate the way many Ghanaians criticise governments and accuse them of providing inadequate public services ‒ yet refuse to pay income tax.

In a perfect world, Ghana’s senior national female football team, the Black Queens, would dominate the headlines for their outstanding campaign in the West African Union Championship. The Queens have bagged big wins in Côte d’Ivoire and are on course to succeed in defending their title.

The Game of Thrones season eight finale has not even aired yet … and fans are already requesting a makeover of the concluding season. What at first seemed like petty online remarks have grown into an enraged petition from the show’s viewers, intent on registering displeasure with the turn of events in the show.

Ghana’s software pioneer Herman Chinery-Hesse has expressed excitement about taking up his latest tech-focused challenge: to give Africa a place at the table among the world’s top designers of cutting-edge software solutions. This time the maverick entrepreneur will be working through an unusual channel ‒ that venerable political union, the Commonwealth.

For the first time in its 96 years of existence, the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital can boast of a paediatric and intensive care unit (PICU) which will give a big boost to childcare services in Ghana. The new unit has come courtesy of the Rebecca Foundation, led by First Lady Rebecca Akufo-Addo.

At least five Sudanese protesters and a member of the security forces have died in clashes in the capital, Khartoum.