Home / ICT (page 3)

ICT

University implements project to mitigate climate change impact in Sunyani West 

The Center for Climate Change and Gender Studies of the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) is implementing US$3,880 project to mitigate the impact of climate change and improve on food productivity in the Sunyani West District. The four-year project- “building and appreciating farmers knowledge and innovative strategies towards …

Read More »

Digital broadcasting would not deny access to television contents – NMC   

The National Media Commission (NMC) has assured that the country’s migration from the analogue to digital television broadcasting would not deny the ordinary citizens access to television contents.  Most television broadcasters would shut down their old analogue transmitters, as the country finalises processes for digital television transition.  But, according to …

Read More »

Glo, Ghana government risk contempt of court in KelniGVG deal implementation 

There are indications, some letters show, that Ministry of Communications (MOC), a Ministry of Finance (MOF), National Communications Authority (NCA), Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Glomobile and KelniGVG may be risking contempt of court for implementing the controversial $178.9 million revenue monitoring deal. Glo Mobile has allowed KelniGVG to connect to …

Read More »

Ghana Post has no direct relationship with Google in NDPAS – Deputy Minister

No money was paid to Google by Ghana Post, and Ghana Post has no direct relationship with Google under the National Digital Property Addressing System (NDPAS) project, Nenyi George Andah, Deputy Minister for Communications revealed on Thursday. However, data received from Vokacom who have direct relationship with Google indicates that …

Read More »

Government launches electronic case-tracking system for judiciary

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia, on Tuesday launched Ghana’s first electronic Integrated Criminal Justice Case-Tracking System to support key stakeholders in the justice delivery system to collect, collate and harmonise statistical data for effective justice delivery. The project has a special focus on crimes related to corruption, border security, maritime security …

Read More »

Over GH¢1.8m mobile money transactions made across networks in six days

About 23,000 transactions worth GH¢1.8 million have been done via mobile money interoperability platform since the launch on May 10. The figures represent customers who successfully sent out money to other mobile money users on other networks via the switch between May 10 and May 15. General Manager, Technology and …

Read More »

Tema Police flies crime monitoring drone

The Tema Regional Police Command on Thursday launched the use of a drone to monitor crime in the region. The GH¢7,000.00 worth phantom three drone was personally acquired for the Regional Command by its Commander, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCOP) Nana Asomah Hinneh. The drone, which can fly up to …

Read More »

Mobile money transactions hit GH¢52.35b – Bank of Ghana

Mobile money transactions have increased by about 177 per cent between 2013 and March 2018, reaching GH¢312. 93 million and valued at GH¢52.35 billion transactions in March this year, Dr Ernest Addison, the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), has said. He said companies with GH¢48.24 million transactions were …

Read More »

Ghanaians to be able to use PayPal by 2020

Ghana is one of the countries from where PayPal, one of the most popular and secure online global payment platforms can’t be used. But Ghanaians will soon be able to use the platform when the country becomes compliant, the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia said today May 10, 2018 in …

Read More »

MTN Ghana launches trader’s pension scheme

MTN Ghana has launched a new initiative dubbed; ‘My Own Pension” to enable traders in the informal sector to save some money for their retirement just as the formal sector. “My Own Pension,” which goes with the slogan “Pension Papa Paa,” seeks to bridge the gap between the sectors to …

Read More »