Parliament questions ‘back door’ 4G authorization for Busy Ghana

The Parliamentary Select Committee on Communications is questioning how Busy Ghana got a 4G authorization through the back door when other players paid millions of dollars for their 4G licenses. The law makers raised the question at a recent meeting with the leadership of the Broadband Communications Chamber (BBCC), where issues about sanitizing the 4G space and strengthening local content among […]

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GES releases postings for newly trained teachers

The Ghana Education Service has released the postings for newly trained teachers. The Postings take effect from the 2017/18 Ghana Education Service Academic Calendar for basic schools. All newly trained teachers posted to specific regions should visit the regional education officers with their SSNIT biometric cards, birth certificate and bank details to get further assistance to their various districts and […]

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Ghana Post GPS exposes users to ‘identity theft,’ says IT expert

Although it has been only eight days since the digital property address system was launched to formalise and transform Ghana’s economy, there have been many security concerns. Problems such as internet connectivity and usability, and the originality of the idea by software developers, Vokacom, have been among the key concerns. However, it is emerging that the software is also fraught […]

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