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Vodafone opens new retail shop in Kumasi

As part of its commitment to deliver great experience to customers, mobile telecommunication company, Vodafone Ghana, has opened a new retail shop at the...

US$60m grant secured for UHAS’ Phase II project

Government of Ghana has secured US$ 60 million, (RMB 400 million Yuan) from the Chinese Government to implement Phase II of the University of...

German company to support farmers to raise cocoa production

German chocolate manufacturing company, Barbara Kroner Schokoladen Manufaktur, has pledged to give strong support to the production and application of organic fertilizers by Ghanaian...

Mobile Money Interoperability ends 2018 with 2.2m transactions

Cross network mobile money transfers were done about 2.2 million times between May and December last year, according to figures released by the Ghana...

Anticipated utility tariff increment must be marginal – GTUC

The Ghana Trade Union Congress (GTUC) has appealed to the Public Utility Regulatory Commission (PURC) to consider the plight of the ordinary citizen as...

GHATOF hosts workshop to prepare members for ‘The Year of Return 2019’

The Ghana Tourism Federation (GHATOF), the umbrella organization for private participants in the Hospitality and tourism industry, has hosted a workshop for members as...

Ghana, Canada collaborate to boost aviation sector

Government through the Ministry of Aviation has engaged the Canadian Government in a collaborative effort to boost the prospects of the aviation sector, particularly...

GACL MD relieved of duty

The Minister for Aviation, Joseph Kofi Adda has confirmed that the Managing Director of the Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL), John Dekyem Attafuah, has...

Fertilizer imports increase by 85% in 2017

Recent statistics have indicated that fertilizer imports rose to 444,236mt in 2017 as against 239,883mt in 2016, representing an 85 percent increase. The huge increase...

Time for BoG, Govt to come clean on GAT

Those who though that the profound, bold, and direly needed restructuring of Ghana’s banking industry - which has culminated in the last round of...

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