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Sona 2016 leaves South Africans with more questions than answers

At the annual State of the Nation address last night, president Jacob Zuma skirted around important issues and instead spoke about implementing the same failed policies that he spoke about last year. 371 more words


PHOTOS: Mahama's last State of the Nation Address

President John Mahama was in Parliament on Thursday to give account of the state of Ghana.

He spoke on a wide range of issues including the economy, education, corruption and sports. 30 more words


#SOTNGhana: Thank you for paying more for power – Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama has thanked Ghanaians for accepting to pay more for power as one of the remedies to the power crisis, which worsened last year, collapsing businesses and rendering many jobless. 720 more words


#SOTNGhana: 54,800 children now in school – Mahama

President Mahama has revealed that a total of 54,800 children have been enrolled in various schools in Ghana under his adminstration.

He made this revelation while delivering his 4th State of the Nation Address in Parliament on Thursday. 216 more words


#SOTNGhana: Govt targets gold processing to boost revenue

Government is moving to cut down on unprocessed gold export to add value to the commodity before it is exported.

Delivering the State of the Nation address in parliament on Thursday , President John Mahama stated that the move is part of diversifying the economy to add value to the country’s major export commodities which have seen a dip in world prices. 239 more words


#SOTNGhana: Mahama ‘brags’ about overcoming dumsor

President John Dramani Mahama did what was perhaps expected of him by spending a considerable amount of time to praise himself and his government for providing an emergency solution to Ghana’s power crisis popularly referred to as ‘dumsor’. 427 more words


Mahama presents State of the Nation address today

President John Dramani Mahama will present his last State of the Nation Address in his first four-year term to Parliament on Thursday, February 25, 2016. 115 more words