On behalf of the executive of the GJA I extend a special welcome to you all . Some of you had a late invitation but the promptitude with which you've responded shows your commitment to media development and love for the GJA. We are grateful indeed.

Read more: Speech by GJA president at the launch of a new code of ethics

Minister of Information
Members of NMC
Executive Secretary of NMC
President and executives of GJA
Fellow journalists
Distinguished ladies and gentlemen
Good morning to you all

We have gathered here for a very simple task this morning; to launch the Code of Ethics of the GJA. I wish to thank the GJA executive committee not only for inviting me to chair this function but also making me a member of the review panel which produced the first draft of this code. I congratulate the GJA for having the courage to review this code at a time when for a complex number of reasons ethics in journalism faces its biggest challenge. I also commend all those who took part in the review process.

Read more: GJA Launch of revised Code of Ethics-Speech by the NMC chairman

The Elections Committee of the Ghana Journalists’ Association (GJA) wishes to inform members that nominations of candidates for the 2017 elections have been rescheduled to open from Thursday, February 16 and close on Monday, February 27, 2017.

Positions to be contested for and filing fees are as follows;

National Executives

Read more: GJA Elections 2017

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has received with earthshattering shock news of the dismissal of scores of workers of TV3 Network for allegedly threatening “the congenial atmosphere” there.The dismissals follow stalled negotiations on End of Service Benefits (ESB) for staff.

According to TV3 management, the workers had worn red attire to work to signal their frustration over the ESB issue but management found that offensive and fired them. The GJA views the explanation for the dismissal lame, capricious and highly unacceptable and demands the immediate recall of the dismissed staff for negotiations to resume.


Ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas was on Saturday crowned the overall best journalist of the year 2015 at the 21st Ghana Journalist Awards (GJA). For his prize he took home a brand new Hyundai SUV.

Anas’ award was due to his recent exposé on corruption in the judiciary. He captured 34 judges on video allegedly taking bribes to compromise justice. So far, 26 of the judges have been sacked after being found guilty of the charges proffered against them.

Read more: Anas adjudged best journalist of the year


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