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Ghana Gas saves $5,000 monthly after local engineers took over from expatriates – Energy Committee

Members of Parliamentary Select Committee of Mines and Energy have commended Ghana National Gas Company over the indigenisation of the company which saves the country over 5,000 dollars every month. According to them, the monies saved every month was as a result of the work of local engineers who took …

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Stanchart to sack over 600 staff in June Standard Chartered Bank

According to sources, the staff have now been informed of the decision after it was kept from them for a long while. The source further revealed that the branches are being closed because management has introduced a new technology that is capable of doing their jobs in the respective branches. …

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Government gives away new Kotoka Airport to Turkish

The Government, is giving away the management of the impressive new Kotoka International Airport (KIA) to a private company, a memo before Cabinet reveals. Turkish company by name TAV Airport Holding Company Limited, per the cabinet memo, will be in-charge of the “day to day operations, including facility maintenance and …

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Non-banks sector cleanup to cost tax-payer another GHC4bn – IMF

After government spent some GH¢12billion in cleaning up the banking sector, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates a third of that amount is needed to secure depositors’ funds lodged with various Micro-Finance Institutions (MFIs) and Saving and Loans (S&L) companies. The Fund estimates that intervention in the S&L and other …

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NAM 1 Is In Ghana But Can’t Be Arrested Because Of NPP And EOCO – Ibrah Claims

One of the former friends of Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1, has claimed that Appiah is in Ghana at the moment.  According to him, the NPP government and EOCO boss are afraid of arresting NAM1 in order not to be exposed.  He indicated that both the government and …

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50 Percent Of Ghana’s Cocoa Beans To Be Processed Locally – COCOBOD

50 Percent Of Ghana's Cocoa Beans To Be Processed Locally - COCOBOD

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GHS245K Korle Bu Judgment Debt To 25 Ex-Staff ‘Avoidable, Wasteful’ – A-G Report

Some GHS245,000 paid to 25 former staff of the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital as judgment debt for wrongful dismissal "was an avoidable and wasteful expenditure which could have been utilised in the improvement of healthcare delivery at the hospital", the 2016 Auditor-General’s report has said.

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MASLOC: Women Pay Their Loans More Than Men, Statistics Has Proven- George Oware

The Manager of the office of the Chief Executive Officer of Microfinance And Small Loans Center (MASLOC), Mr. George Osei Oware has disclosed that statistics has proven that women who take loans from MASLOC are able to pay on time than the male counterparts. Based on the statistics, he encourages …

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Businesses take advantage of March to sell Made-in-Ghana goods

One major activity in the month of March is the celebration of Ghana’s Independence from British rule which on the 6th. The day is marked with significant historical and cultural celebrations to recount how the country attain freedom from colonial rule and also look forward to a prosperous future for …

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Ursula recognised at 2019 Mobile World Congress

Communications Minister Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful has been recognised at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) held in Barcelona. She was acknowledged for spearheading Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.’s Rural Star project, the first in the world and started in Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Investment Fund For Electronic Communications …

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