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Accra-Ouagadougou rail project to be completed in 3 years

The governments of Ghana and Burkina Faso have set October 2020 as completion date for the construction of the 1,100 kilometre Accra-Ouagadougu railway project. The...

Manufacturers to spend US$2 to US$5m yearly on Tax Stamp

…consumers to bear the cost Depending on the size of their operations, manufacturers will spend between US$2 million and US$5 million a year on the...

World’s top cocoa producer Côte d’Ivoire’s harvest under threat

Hot weather and below-average rainfall in most of Ivory Coast’s cocoa-growing regions last week raised concerns about the quality of the April-to-March mid-crop, farmers...

Tullow Ghana launches HR Mentoring Programme

As part of efforts to build capacities of the next generation of Human Resource (HR) practitioners, Tullow Ghana has launched an HR Mentoring Programme...

Four Ghanaian social enterprises shortlisted for Nestlé’s 2018 CSV prize

From over 1000 entries received across Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East for the 2018 Creating Shared Value (CSV) Prize, four Ghanaian...

Facebook is using A.I. to help predict when users may be suicidal

Joseph Gerace, the sheriff of New York's Chautauqua County, has seen a lot of suicides. As a child, well before his years in public...

Expresso, Glo to lose licenses due to poor services

Minister for Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has disclosed that telecom companies— Expresso and Glo, may lose their licenses if they fail to meet a...

Bitcoin exchanges add tech to make transactions 20% cheaper

Two of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges are aiming to make bitcoin transactions faster and cheaper with a new software update announced this week. Both Coinbase...

Insurance Brokers mark 30th milestone; gets first female president

The Ghana Insurance Brokers Association (GIBA) has launched its 30th anniversary celebrations with a call on members to observe the highest professional standards in...

Supply of surveyors woefully inadequate – GhIS

President of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS) Mr Edwin Addo-Tawiah, has disclosed that the country’s supply of surveyors is far below the UN...

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