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Akufo-Addo optimistic of increased oil production

…as more major IOCs show interest in Ghana President Akufo-Addo is optimistic the country could be producing 1million barrels...

Martell launches two new outstanding Cognas in Ghana

Martell, the oldest of the great cognac houses, has launched two of its outstanding cognacs in Ghana, the Martell-VSOP-Aged-in-Red-Barrels and Martell-VS-Single-Distillery. On Saturday, the exclusive launch...

KPMG handover refurbished library of the Abelenkpe 2 Basic School

The Tax Unit of KPMG has refurbished and handed over a 25 seating capacity library to the Abelenkpe ‘2’ Basic School in...

Vodafone leads partnership to accelerate SME growth

Vodafone Ghana has extended its commitment to SMEs by instituting a programme to provide investment opportunities and advice for these businesses in...

LAVA, the Indian giant, invades Ghana’s Technological Industry

In the coming days, the Ghanaians market will witness a fierce competition in the technology industry between the emerging technology giant and...

ISMI toughens 30 officers to fight contraband goods

At least 30 police, custom and navy officers from 14 West African countries have been trained on container targeting and control to...

Local Government Service signs pact with IHS of Erasmus University

The Local Government Service (LGS) and the Institute of Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam, have signed a...

Menzgold’s staff want management investigated by EOCO

The staff of faltering gold firm Menzgold Ghana Limited have kept a united front in the face of scrutiny from regulatory agencies...

Accra-Tema railway reopens in January 2019

After 15 months of suspending train services on the Accra-Tema railway line, the Ghana Railway Company Limited (GRCL) is set to reopen...

Contractors want arrears paid, unhappy with Fidelity Bank’s discount call on arrears

In the 2019 budget statement, the Finance Minister had stated monies owed road and building contractors had partly been paid with a...

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