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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Mining firms undermining local content rules — Oteng-Gyasi

A former President of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) and Chief Executive Officer of Tropical Cable and Conductor, Mr Tony Oteng-Gyasi, says domestic...




Ghana’s poverty rate drops

Ghana’s poverty rate has reduced from 53% in 1991 to 25% in 2012 according to a World Bank report.

Publish audit reports of structural breaches – Public Safety chief

Bureau of Public Safety, Executive Director; Nana Yaw Akwada is calling for the audit reports prepared after public safety breaches.

Akufo-Addo secures US$57 million grant for N8 road repair on Japan trip

On his three-day official visit to Japan, President Akufo-Addo has secured a US$57 million (¥6.49 billion) grant facility for the rehabilitation of...


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Bosch holds training for dealers

Bosch Ghana, the local subsidiary of one the most distinguished brand names in the world with regards to automotive parts, earlier this week held...

PIAC reports ‘ghost projects’ to Auditor-General

The Public Interest and Accountability Commit tee (PIAC) has referred a list of “ghost projects” purported to have been undertaken in the three regions of...

Ghana to undertake first bidding in oil industry

A Licensing Rounds Bid, Evaluation and Negotiation (LRBEN) committee that will undertake Ghana’s first bidding rounds has been established by the Ministry of Energy,...


KPMG donates 20 computers to the Dzorwulu Junior High School

KPMG, the oldest auditing and consulting firm in the country has donated 20 new computers to the Dzorwulu Junior High School in Accra. The donation...