Call for entries : Technology Industry Media Excellence Awards (TIMEA)

The Technology Industry Media Excellence Awards (TIMEA), is an initiative of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications and the EMIs Chamber of Ghana. The awards initiative recognizes  outstanding journalists from across all 16 regions of Ghana for their exemplary work in producing  insightful industry related stories and in depth reports that shed light on key issues within the telecommunications and technology ecosystem, as well as the industry's impact on the country's.

MTN Ghana Bright Scholarships 2024 For Undergraduate Ghanaian Students

MTN Ghana Bright Scholarships. Are you a brilliant first year or continuing student pursuing first degree education in any of the public tertiary institutions in Ghana requiring financial assistance? Apply for the MTN Ghana Bright Scholarships.

Application Deadline: 31st May 2024

Eligible Countries: Ghana

To Be Taken At (Country): Ghana

About the Award: MTN Ghana Foundation has launched its MTN Ghana Bright Scholarships scheme. A total of 300 students at the tertiary level stand to benefit.

Aside from the Bright Scholarship, MTN Ghana Foundation launched the Teacher Improvement Award Programme in 2015. Since the inception of the programme, 60 teachers have been awarded scholarships to pursue First or Masters’ Degrees at the University of Cape Coast and the University Education, Winneba.

Type: Undergraduate

NCA approves Starlink’s satellite broadband application

The National Communications Authority (NCA) says it has approved Space X Starlink GH LTD, the operator of Starlink Satellite Broadband, to provide Satellite Broadband Services in Ghana.

A terse statement issued by the NCA on Thursday, April 25 to announce the approval, said the approval of the application follows the policy approval of the satellite licensing framework in Ghana by the Ministry of Communications and Digitalisation and that “The administrative processes towards the issuance of the license is ongoing and will be completed shortly.”