Tema ICT Park To Become Technology Hub

The Government of Ghana has entered into a $260 million partnership agreement with the Government of Mauritius to develop the Tema Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Park into an ICT Centre for Ghana and countries in the West African sub-region.

Ghana under the partnership arrangement will provide a 50-acre land at the free zones enclave. The country will also provide utilities and technology infrastructure for the project.


Mauritius to Invest In Tema ICT Park

A delegation of Mauritian investors has visited the Tema Information Communication Technology (ICT) Park to inspect progress of work. This follows a decision by the investors to inject $260 million to finance the technology park.

 Briefing the media during the tour of the ICT Park, a deputy Minister of Communications, Mr. Ato Sarpong explained that the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Ghana and the Mauritius would see to the building of about 10 storeys of 52 buildings for ICT purposes as well as other businesses for both local and international entrepreneurs.

Stakeholders Review Draft Broadcasting Bill

The Minister of Communications, Hon. Dr.  Edward Omane Boamah, has said the liberalization of the air waves is a mixed blessing since it has helped to improve the lives of the people, and could also serve as a platform to undermine public good.

He said a draft Broadcasting Bill had therefore been prepared to address challenges identified in the legal and regulatory framework of broadcasting in Ghana.

The Minister said this at a stakeholder’s forum to consider the draft Broadcasting Bill after which it will be presented to government for consideration.